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CloneBD Beta

Author: sddd Date: 26-08-2017, 00:40 Comments: 0 Views: 26

CloneBD Beta
File Size: 34 MB
CloneBD is a powerful program for copying any unprotected Blu-ray discs to your computer's hard drive or other Blu-ray media. The application features a simple and intuitive interface with a step-by-step structure. It will be enough just a few mouse clicks to clone the Blu-ray drive you are interested in. However, if you still have difficulties, you can always use the tips of a funny beaver Burt (located in the upper right corner).

For copying, you can use the disc directly in physical media, as well as an iso image or folder that has the correct Blu-ray properties. Next you define the cloning elements: headers, voice voice and subtitle languages, etc. In the fastest version, you can simply copy the 1: 1 disk. It should also be noted that the program supports the BD-50 format compression function in BD-25, BD-9 or BD-5, which significantly reduces the file size without changing its quality.
In addition, the application is able not only to copy (clone) Blu-ray discs, but also convert them to one of the popular video formats of your choice: mp4, .mkv, .avi, and also for Android devices, iPhone / iPad, Smart TV and etc.
It supports work with all regional standards (A, B, C), there is no need to install third-party drivers (the UDF 2.50 parser is already built in), good consistency of the application with multi-core processors and hardware acceleration of NVIDIA CUDA for maximum copy speed and other usefulness.
In general, with CloneBD you will get much more options for storing, organizing and viewing your Blu-ray disc collections.
Copy Blu-ray disc 1:1 or partial to hard drive or blank BD-disc
Select audio tracks/languages and subtitle languages
Compresses BD-50 to a single BD-25, BD-9 or BD-5
Convert Blu-ray content into common file formats (mp4, mkv etc)
Supports all regions (A,B,C)
Easy title selection with included Blu-ray preview player
No driver needed, UDF 2.50 parser included
Multi-core CPUs and NVIDIA CUDA hardware acceleration
3D support coming soon...
H.265/HEVC support coming soon...
New: support frame packed 3D (MVC) in MKV files lossless and lossy
Important note: only a few PC-players support this 3D format, including PowerDVD 16 or higher, Kodi - only a few linux version and Stereoscopic Player,
Also, lossless MVC don't properly work with PowerDVD, reencoded copies work fine.
For now, only software de-/encoding is possible and is fairly slow.
New: added setting to eject source disc after processing
Change: security update for ElbyCDIO.sys
New: preview player allows to switch display between 2D and SBS formats (R/L view can be used for "squinting eyes 3D" for quick verification)
Change: for lossless copies, remove the beaver from the preview, this was confusing because users thought, it would show up in the copy as well
Improve: display correct bitrates/output sizes when encoding MVC output
Fix: user interface - switching between 2D and MVC output sometimes left HEVC codec disabled (greyed out)
Workaround: Windows MediaFoundation Parser bug (Windows Media Player/"Movies & TV") couldn't parse MKV files, that were created with "extra track for forced subtitles"
Fix: NTSC non-telecine incorrectly detected as telecined so field splitting failed
Fix: size estimator is off, when many picture in picture streams and an over-abundance of subtitles is in the source
Fix: write global header, when converting VC-1 video AVC/MKV
Fix: secondary DTS audio (picture in picture)
Fix: 2D playlists sometimes got hidden by their 3D counterparts
Fix: size estimation inaccurate when creating MKV/MP4 when playlist contains the same clip multiple times
Fix: Multiple corruptions of BD data
Fix: Early terminating streams (data corruption due to preprocessing with 3rd party tools and then postprocessing in CloneBD)
Fix: Subtitle display on some Opus players
Fix: Audio/video drift on some PAL encoded discs (that have been "telecined" from NTSC and not sped up)
Fix: Further support for 192 kHz/96 kHz Dolby Atmos discs
Fix: Further support for some audio discs (LPCM, 24-bit, 192 kHz)
Fix: Correctly output big-endian audio samples (was little-endian)
Fix: Better AVC video encoding settings to support more standard players
Fix: Further support for usually Japanese BD recorders (pseudo BDMV format)
Fix: Correctly decode VC-1 color space, cropping area
Fix: Preview playback of VC-1 tracks
Change: Reduced required memory footprint
Fix: (possible workaround for a Marantz player) - remove several optional items from chapter entries in MKV files
Many minor fixes and improvements
Updated languages
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