New!DVDFab 9.0.6.7 Beta is out (September 17, 2013)

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New!DVDFab 9.0.6.7 Beta is out

http://www.dvdfab.com/mlink/download.php?g=DVDFAB9_BETA

New!DVDFab 9.0.6.7 Beta is out (September 17, 2013)

New: Added support to edit the Title, Chapter, Audio and Subtitle when navigating them in Ripper.
Fix: A display problem in the Japanese interface.
Fix: A problem that cannot rename the output file name in Ripper.
Fix: A problem that should not apply the current title setting changes to all the other titles.
Fix: Some minor changes and improvements.


#2

9.0.6.7 installed but didn’t run for me on Win XP 32 bit.

I could see it pop up in the task manager for 2 seconds, then it disappeared without any error message.

Had to un-install and go back to 9.0.6.3


#3

Thank you WeeHappyPixie.:slight_smile:


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[QUOTE=ConfusedNeophyte;2700400]9.0.6.7 installed but didn’t run for me on Win XP 32 bit.

I could see it pop up in the task manager for 2 seconds, then it disappeared without any error message.

Had to un-install and go back to 9.0.6.3[/QUOTE]
Just looked over at the Fab forum and noone there is resporting this and noone here is either, maybe you can try to clear your cache, if the old one works and this one doesnt, thats a sign.:wink:


#5

this is what is happen to me and last week also N thanks for the right Direction on where to ask the ??? ALAN. sorry 4 the PM i can not go back to any other DVDFAB …so will I have to to a CLEAN UNINSTALL 4 it 2 work??? any help would B greatfull APPRECIATED…


#6

Thanks WeeHappyPixie. :flower:

Somehow I missed this one earlier. :slight_smile:

[B]Wombler[/B]


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[QUOTE=alan1476;2700405]Just looked over at the Fab forum and noone there is resporting this and noone here is either, maybe you can try to clear your cache, if the old one works and this one doesnt, thats a sign.;)[/QUOTE]
I reported this to DVDFab developers. This was not suggested, so I’d like to try this as no error log is created for the crash.

Are you referring to XP’s cache, my browser’s cache, or something else ?

BTW - a ‘sticky’ thread with useful things to try like this might be a good idea?

Thanks!


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[QUOTE=ConfusedNeophyte;2701427]I reported this to DVDFab developers. This was not suggested, so I’d like to try this as no error log is created for the crash.

Are you referring to XP’s cache, my browser’s cache, or something else ?

BTW - a ‘sticky’ thread with useful things to try like this might be a good idea?

Thanks![/QUOTE] I was meaning XPs cache, but now that I think about it , this program might have problem with an unsupported OS, I am not sure, I would have to be in front of your rig to access any
inconsistencies.


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[QUOTE=alan1476;2701442]I was meaning XPs cache, but now that I think about it , this program might have problem with an unsupported OS, I am not sure, I would have to be in front of your rig to access any
inconsistencies.[/QUOTE]
With 39% of all boxes still running XP, I’d hope that XP would still be supported.

It worked fine with 9.0.6.3 - and it wouldn’t make much sense to use operating system specific calls that might limit their market.

I’d move in a heartbeat, but it’s would take a whole lot of hours to get it all set up again.

Sadly, on my main development box where I’m typing this (I develop database software), I’m running lowly XP (and I own several Win7 dual Xeon screamer boxes). Would take way too much downtime to move. Ahhh!