CHANGES MADE TO PRO VERSION - Corrected an error introduced in version 1.27 that would cause serious audio muxing problems. - Fixed a source of a possible "Runtime Error 6" Professional Edition Version 1.27.0 - Fixed an error in which the path for NicMp4Box.exe was not being automatically detected. - Updated routines so that when DVD-RB is running multiple instances of HC Encoder the "*NOSMP" setting is used. This has been tested to show faster processing on DVD-RB -- as it already takes advantage of multiple processors. - Update the HC interface so it specifically indicates whether a file should be encoded as "*PROGRESSIVE or "*INTERLACED". - Modified the REDISTRIBUTION and OPV prediction code for HC Encoder. It should now take fewer passes for prediction in most cases. - Added a check for illegal characters in VOLUME_ID. This condition could cause a failure to create an ISO image. - Updated the "Close DVD-RB at batch completion" function so it "sticks" between runs. Now the setting remains in effect until reset. - Wrote code to circumvent a source of "Runtime Error 52" errors during the file copy section or "Buffer Overflow 0003" in the REBUILD phase on certain types of corrupt sources. - Made handling of certain sources that fall outside standards more robust. - Updated D2V creation routines to assume BT.601 colorimetry where no SEQUENCE_DISPLAY_EXTENSION is present. Added a "hidden" option called "BT601_DEFAULT=0" to the "[Options]" area of REBUILDER.INI. This option can make DVD-RB assume all unspecified streams to be BT.709 instead. This is mainly for non-DVD sources. The default value is "1" (BT.601 is the assumption). - Added an additional filter prefix. When prefixed by "b:" a filter is added only when the source colorimetry is BT.709 (including SMPTE 240M). This enables cases where you wish the output to be converted, for example to BT.601. This option is similar to "c:" but has an opposite effect. - Corrected an error in which One Pass Encoding could, under certain rare circumstances, select an incorrect Q/CQ value and as a result over or undersize. - Corrected an issue that could slow processing considerably when a combination of encoding and extracting is occurring. - Cleaned up a cosmetic glitch in which sometimes the "Overall Progress" bar didn't correctly show status during ENCODE. - Fixed an error in which Final_Q could not be calculated with QuEnc or a command line encoder (that supports CQ). - Improved the interface for CMDLINE encoding -- now the CQ is passed as a floating point variable for more accurate sizing during one-pass and REDISTRIBUTION. - Modified the default values for PFactor and BFactor when running HC Encoder in One Pass CQ mode. - Improved the CMDLINE encoder interface so that it now also passes "Closed GOP" (for ILVU) and "Bottom Field First" (for interlaced encoding) information to the encoder. - Made some small changes to the QuEnc interface to restore FreeEnc compatibility. - Added multiple threading capability to the MOBILE encoding command line. This will speed up processing substantially for those with multiple processors (e.g. dual/quad cores). - Added additional checks to for encoders. Prevents encoders from being enabled when they don't really exist. - Other minor and cosmetic changes.