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DVDFab HD Decrypter 3.1.9.0 Beta & 3.1.9.2 Beta released

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by creaky, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=227720

    Dear all,

    DVDFab products 3.1.9.0 Beta is out (Sep 14, 2007):

    DVDFab Platinum 3.1.9.0 Beta:
    http://www.dvdfab.com/DVDFabPlatinum3190Beta.exe

    DVDFab Gold 3.1.9.0 Beta:
    http://www.dvdfab.com/DVDFabGold3190Beta.exe

    DVDFab HD Decrypter 3.1.9.0 Beta:
    http://www.dvdfab.com/DVDFabHDDecrypter3190Beta.exe

    What's New:

    3.1.9.0 Beta (Sep 14, 2007):
    - New: Brand new "PathPlayer" technology which gives DVDFab the ability to copy DVD content only allowed to be played on a real DVD player. In this way, DVDFab will ignore unplayed content which may contain copy protection.
    - New: Added support for a new copy protection as found on "Bridge to Terabithia", (R2, German).
    - New: Added support for a new copy protection as found on "Curse of the Golden Flower", (R2, UK).
    - New: Brand new "DVD to Mobile" framework which gives DVDFab the ability to take the power of dual core (or more cores) CPU. Our test shows the H.264 encoding on dual core system speeds up to 200%.
    - New: "DVD to Mobile" feature uses a lot of of open source libraries, like FFmpeg, x264, xvid, liba52, faac, lame, etc. DVDFab is compatible with open source GPL/LGPL license, and thanks for the help of open source community.

    How "PathPlayer" works?
    "PathPlayer" works like a real DVD player, it follows every play path of a DVD, visits every thing that you can access on DVD player with a remote controller. When "PathPlayer" finishes, we can know all the DVD content that a real DVD player will read. The copy protection exists in the unplayed DVD content, DVDFab will not read it when copying.

    Note: "PathPlayer" is a very powerful technology. We have done test with all our discs which means it's very stable now. But it's completely new so if you encounter problem that some DVD content is not copied, please tell us, thanks!

    Best Regards,
    Fengtao
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  2. bunnyrip

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    "PathPlayer" sounds promising. A lot like Slysoft's "Coming soon", "AI Scanner" which will be a very good addition to AnyDVD!
    From what I know about it, it will be a lifesaver!
     
  3. LOCOENG

    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    Another new beta hits the street today...

    http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=227957

    Dear all,

    DVDFab products 3.1.9.2 Beta is out (Sep 18, 2007):

    DVDFab Platinum 3.1.9.2 Beta:
    http://www.dvdfab.com/DVDFabPlatinum3192Beta.exe

    DVDFab Gold 3.1.9.2 Beta:
    http://www.dvdfab.com/DVDFabGold3192Beta.exe

    DVDFab HD Decrypter 3.1.9.2 Beta:
    http://www.dvdfab.com/DVDFabHDDecrypter3192Beta.exe

    What's New:

    3.1.9.2 Beta (Sep 18, 2007):
    - New: Improved "PathPlayer" to handle DVD with BOV (button over video).
    - New: Removed unreferenced VTS and PGC for clean DVD structure and better compression.
    - New: Program is signed now for security.
    - Fix: Endless opening time in certain cases when "PathPlayer" works.
    - Fix: Some DVD content may be removed when "PathPlayer" works.
    - Fix: "Encoding FPS" info is wrong for "DVD to Mobile".
    - Fix: AAC encoding bitrate is wrong for "DVD to Mobile".
    - Fix: Audio data is removed in "VOB passthrough" when selecting LPCM stream for "DVD to Mobile".

    3.1.9.0 Beta (Sep 14, 2007):
    - New: Brand new "PathPlayer" technology which gives DVDFab the ability to copy DVD content only allowed to be played on a real DVD player. In this way, DVDFab will ignore unplayed content which may contain copy protection.
    - New: Added support for a new copy protection as found on "Bridge to Terabithia", (R2, German).
    - New: Added support for a new copy protection as found on "Curse of the Golden Flower", (R2, UK).
    - New: Brand new "DVD to Mobile" framework which gives DVDFab the ability to take the power of dual core (or more cores) CPU. Our test shows the H.264 encoding on dual core system speeds up to 200%.
    - New: "DVD to Mobile" feature uses a lot of of open source libraries, like FFmpeg, x264, xvid, liba52, faac, lame, etc. DVDFab is compatible with open source GPL/LGPL license, and thanks for the help of open source community.

    How "PathPlayer" works?
    "PathPlayer" works like a real DVD player, it follows every play path of a DVD, visits every thing that you can access on DVD player with a remote controller. When "PathPlayer" finishes, we can know all the DVD content that a real DVD player will read. The copy protection exists in the unplayed DVD content, DVDFab will not read it when copying.

    Note: "PathPlayer" is a very powerful technology. We have done test with all our discs which means it's very stable now. But it's completely new so if you encounter problem that some DVD content is not copied, please tell us, thanks!

    Best Regards,
    Fengtao
     
  4. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    cheers, though i only checked for any updates a couple or few hours ago and there wasn't anything then; snagged and subscribed :)
     
  5. LOCOENG

    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    LOL...I was bored and lurking and it fell into my lap so I thought I'd give the heads up.

    cheers
     

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