[QUOTE=Kerry56;2593731]The recommended version of AviSynth is now 2.58. Jdobbs changed to the newer version in the next to last version of BD Rebuilder. Maybe you just had a typo in your last post?
As far as Haali goes, BD Rebuilder currently has a glitch in the program designed to check which version you are using. If the MatroskaSplitter folder in C:\Program Files (x86)\Haali is 2,434,588 bytes, you should be ok. This glitch is scheduled to be fixed in the next release. (look at post 12299 on page 615 of that BD Rebuilder bug thread, and look at jdobb’s response in post 12300 on that same page)
Yes it was a typo or actually I copied and pasted from the link in your signature so yes I do have 2.58 installed and my MatroskaSplitter folder does show 2,434,588 bytes I should be good to go.
Everytime jdobb comes out with a new version of BD Rebuilder are you required to reinstall all the other programs also? Can you install over the previous version of BD Rebuilder (same with other programs if required) I’m trying to understand if you have to re-enter the settings after every update or if they’re retained?
Kerry56 I read somewhere here you said you owned an LG writer but if you bought another one you would get the Pioneer 206, can I ask you why?
I would like to order a writer today or tomorrow is there any reason to take a second look at one of the LG’s, comparing it to the Pioneer (both sold with software $30 difference between the two) is there really a strong preference of one over the other or are they equal.