CloneBD v1.1.0.0 Multilingual

CloneBD Multilingual | 32 MB

CloneBD lets you copy any unprotected Blu-ray to your hard drive, or any blank Blu-ray disc. With just a few clicks you can choose to make a partial copy of selected titles, audio languages, and subtitle languages, or you can do a straight 1:1 complete copy of your Blu-ray. CloneBD makes perfect 1:1 clones, but also compresses BD-50 to a single BD-25, BD-9 or BD-5.
CloneBD will also convert your Blu-ray discs to all popular file formats, such as .mp4, .mkv, .avi, and any devices like Android, iPhone/iPad, Smart TV, or any other current device. CloneBD supports all regions (A,B,C). There is no need to install a third party driver, since internal UDF 2.50 parser is already included. CloneBD supports multi-core CPUs and NVIDIA CUDA hardware acceleration for fastest copy speed.
3D Blu-ray and H.265/HEVC is not supported yet, but will be available soon. Please note that commercial Blu-rays might also require AnyDVD HD.

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...

System Requirements
A Windows compatible PC with minimum 2 GHz Processor and 1 GB RAM
Windows XP/XP64/VISTA/VISTA64/Win7/Win7-64/Win8/Win8-64
Administrator rights are required to install.
Blu-ray drive reader/writer
About 50-100 GB of temporary available hard-drive space is necessary to clone Blu-rays

Whats New :
- New: add support for hardware acceleration (nVidia CUDA, AMD UVD/VCE and Intel QuickSync). Note: Intel acceleration requires Windows 8.1 or higher
- New: add CUDA acceleration for HEVC (for nVidia adapters, that support hw HEVC)
- New: added quality vs. speed setting for encoders
- New: warn, before converting titles, where no audio track was selected
- New: log now correctly detects Windows version 10
- New: added log information
- New: added extensive system information to log file (CPU type, installed graphics adapters)
- Change: log file extension defaults to .cbdlog now (still can be renamed to .zip, but this ending allows us to easily open with specialized tools)
- Improved: detailed stream information on selection page
- Improved: MKV tags for 3D sbs/tab
- Workaround: autodetected and disable orphaned audio streams, that are not present in the actual movie
- Workaround: limit processor cores for HEVC decoder, as it appears to malfunction with more than 16 cores
- Fix: Top/Bottom Stereoscopic MKV DisplayWidth Tag
- Fix: unusual PTS intime of 500ms seen on one disc caused abort
- Fix: regression problem, resulting file sizes were not dividable by 6144 (some players refuse to play such files)
- Fix: DTS/PTS ordering was incorrect
- Fix: single frame clips with audio had differing PTS and wouldn't play on all players
- Fix: 3D Lipsync when clippin/trimming is used
- Fix: workaround for playlists with trailing micro-clips without audio
- Fix: fatal crash when uncompressed copies encounter PMTs using TS-adaptation
- Fix: better workaround for playlists with trailing micro-clips without audio
- Fix: bogus audio tracks / workaround
- Fix: nVidia acceleration transitioning through alternating VC-1 and AVC streams
- minor fixes and improvements
- updated languages


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