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Old 7 Nov 2006, 07:58 AM   #31
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November 6th, 2006 (v1.12.1)
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- Corrected a bug in the new audio detection, selection,
and removal procedures in which some DTS or LPCM streams
may not be properly kept even though selected.

November 4th, 2006 (v1.12.0)
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- Made several improvements to the audio detection,
selection, and removal procedures, making it less likely
for output to be something other than expected.
- Added routines to recognize segments for which using OPV
might cause problems (such as ILVU) and force multiple
pass encoding (instead of OPV) for those segments.
- Corrected a calculation error that could, when unreferenced
sectors exist, cause sizing miscalculations while using
"Movie Only" mode.
- Improved recognition and handling procedures for STILL
frames and scene changes. Reduced the liklihood of
unnecessary segment breaks. This could improve processing
speed and reduce complexity.
- Updated multiplexing algorithm to more robustly handle
unusual streams. This is most likely to help in streams
with exceptionally numerous scene changes.
- Corrected a situation that could, under rare circumstances,
result in a REBUILD buffer overflow errors.
- Updated the full installer to include HC Encoder v0.19.1
- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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December 2nd, 2006 (v1.20.4)
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- Added support for writing several new output formats.
Generally for MOBILE encoding (such as iPod), DVD-RB can
now output MP4, AVI, and other video and audio formats.
A new "MOBILE (iPod) Output" option can now be set under
the "Mode" menu. Currently DVD-RB Pro uses FFMPEG
(included in the installer) to create the output using
XviD, H264, and a large spectrum of other possible
video/audio formats (via FFMPEG). FFMPEG is a fast and
powerful video format encoder that is provided under the
GNU Public License Agreement. Read the file "License.txt"
for more information. Support for other encoders may be
included in future versions. (v1.20.0)

- Added a new feature for prefix recognition to the filter
processor. These are meant to help descriminate on the
usage of filters. Now you can add "E:", "F:", "I:", or
"P:" as a prefix to a line added in the filter editor.
The prefixes represent "Extras", "Feature", "Interlaced",
and "Progressive" respectively. When specified, the prefix
will limit that filter to usage only when the source to be
encoded matches the prefix. For example, if specifying
"E:filter1()" the filter "filter1()" would only be applied
to segments that are determined to be extras. Setting
"e:i:filter2()" limits use of "filter2()" to segments that
are extras -- and are also interlaced. (v1.20.4)

- Added text to the LOG that identifies the source being
processed (v1.20.4)

- Implemented code to save the summary line from PREPARE to
the INF file. In prior versions the summary at the end
of a batch encode set could be incorrectly reported when
the PREPARE phase was skipped during batch. (v1.20.4)

- Corrected an error in which the incorrect PRESET may be
used when selecting "Custom" from the MOBILE encoding
dialog. (v1.20.4)

- Corrected a problem in rate control buffer sizing for
MOBILE encoding. This may have caused "jerking" or
other odd behaviour during playback. (v1.20.3)

- Inhibited the "Already Small Enough" message when MOBILE
encoding is the only thing being done. (v1.20.3)

- Added a setting in the REBUILDER.INI file for setting the
minimum PGC size when doing MOBILE encodes. This sets the
minimum size (in frames) for a PGC to be encoded. This new
"hidden" setting is called "PGC_Minimum_Frames=" and it can
be added to the "[Mobile]" section. The default value (if
none is set) is 22500. This comes out to about 12.5 minutes
on NTSC and 15 minutes on PAL. (v1.20.3)

- Corrected an issue in which the "Custom" settings under the
MOBILE dialog were not being properly used at encode time.
(v1.20.3)

- Fixed an error in which BATCH encoding was not correctly
applying selected PRESET to MOBILE encodes as they were
saved in project files. Instead the "last selected preset"
was being applied. (v1.20.3)

- Corrected an error that would cause AVISYNTH errors in
countries that use the "," as a decimal. (v1.20.2)

- Added specification for the audio output format to the
MOBILE settings dialog (v1.20.1)

- Fixed a bug where no default PRESET was being selected
the first time entering the MOBILE dialog. (v1.20.1)

- Corrected a processing problem during the PREPARE phase
for "Movie-Only" encodes. The problem could cause
PREPARE to take significantly more time than is necessary.
(v1.20.0)

- Added code to test and correct for corrupt streams in
which garbage are at the start of a cell, and are
followed by the orphaned remains of a GOP. This
condition has been seen to cause incorrect writes of
frame flags and the error condition "Corrupt Stream
Detected" during REBUILD. (v1.20.0)

- Made adjustments to the sizing algorithm in order to
prevent oversizing on oddly formatted DVDs that have
huge numbers of very small segments. (v1.20.0)

- Corrected a bug in which ILVU segments might receive a
lessor bitrate than they should based upon the analysis.

- Updated the calling/checking mechanisms used to invoke
encoders. This should make the processing more robust
as well as (slightly) improve encode times. (v1.20.0)

- Made several changes to the way the PREPARE phase records
information. (v1.20.0)

- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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Professional Edition 1.20.5

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January 6th, 2007 (v1.20.5)
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- Added a menu item to the "Mode" menu for selecting
the audio stream desired for MOBILE encoding.

- Added code to accept non-AC3 audio sources as selections
using the "Substream=" command. They can also now be
selected from the "Mobile Audio Source" menu item. This
feature should be used with the understanding that the
new formats (LPCM, MPA, and DTS) are in beta status.

- Added code to recognize out-of-sequence playback in a
PGC during MOBILE encoding and correct audio. This
should prevent out-of-sync playback on certain titles.

- Optimized routines used for MOBILE audio extraction
during the PREPARE phase. This should improve PREPARE
speed slightly when MOBILE is selected.

- Corrected an error in MOBILE encoding in which the
second pass of XviD encodings (when selected) was not
being properly executed.

- Added a PRESET parameter to the MOBILE.INI file. Now
those familiar with FFMPEG can pass additional command
line parameters to the encode with "cmdline=".

- Added a PRESET parameter to the MOBILE.INI file. The
"ConvertFPS=" setting will convert the framerate to that
specified. Note that this can result in some
degradation in the fluidity of the picture.

- Added several more parameters to the custom settings
listboxes for MOBILE encoding.

- Corrected a calculation in resizing (for aspect ratio)
during MOBILE encoding might result in a "Not a multiple
of 4" AVISYNTH error message.

- Corrected an issue in MOBILE encoding in which odd RFF
patterns (resulting from hybrid sources) might cause a
frame to be lost between segments.

- Corrected a "testing" issue in which the second pass for
MOBILE encodes was never executed when "FrameLimit=" was
set in the REBUILDER.INI file.

- Modified the MOBILE code so that the output path is not
cleared before writing. This now makes it possible to use
the same output path for more than one encode.

- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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Professional Edition 1.21

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January 20th, 2007 (v1.21)

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- Made several improvements to the authoring engine that
should improve accuracy and hold more robustly to
standards when sources have oddities detected.

- Per request from several users, modified the browsing
routines for source, working, and destination paths so
that browsing starts at the last selected (legal) path.

- Updated the IMGBURN calling routine for direct disc
writes to explicitly specify the type of file system.

- Corrected a bug in which, under certain circumstances
the NAVPACK of a still menu may not be updated with the
correct "End PTM of VOBU if Sequence_End_Code" value.
This could result in odd behaviour and/or response to
menu items on some players. Many thanks to Geekman and
Zeul for some great support in capturing this very
elusive bug. Thanks also to abysas, kbello, Geekman,
and Sharc for assisting in testing.

- Corrected a bug in which the ISO burning options may
not save/load correctly from project files.

- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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DVD ReBuilder Professional Edition v1.22

February 24th, 2007 (v1.22)
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- Improved program robustness in several areas, it now
recognizes more oddities in the source and compensates
to reduce likelihood of output glitches.
- Added detection and auto configuration for multiple
core processing. Now the "Multiple Encoder Processes"
setting is automatically set to match the number of
processors at startup or when clicking on the "Multiple
Encoder Processes" option. If you only have one
processor and select the option, DVD-RB will assume a
"fast" system and will set the process count to 2. You
can, however, manually override the setting by changing
the "Encode_Processes=" parameter in REBUILDER.INI (for
instance if you want to use only 2 processors for
encoding on a 4 processor system).
- Made the new style editor the default.
- Updated code to make DVD-RB less likely to run into
security issue when running under Windows Vista.
- Added an "Auto" setting to the MOBILE settings dialog
for "GOP Size" -- this will let FFMPEG decide the size.
- Added parameters to hold constant Q when used with H264
for MOBILE encoding. The parameter wasn't being honored
with previous versins. Constant Q is enabled by
entering a video bitrate of less than 32 (interpreted to
be a Q value).
- Corrected "Runtime Error 461" that can occur when
attempting to drag entries in the "Batch" list box.
- Changed the way in which rate control parameters are
passed to FFMPEG when doing MOBILE encoding.
- Corrected "Error attempting to close DVD" that occured
when MOBILE encoding attempted on a source that wasn't
PREPARED with MOBILE options.
- Faster HC encoding speed (especially SSE2 supporting
processors. Updated the installer to include HC
Encoder v0.20
- Improved rate control on QuEnc. Updated the installer
to include QuEnc v0.72
- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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Professional Edition 1.23

March 17th, 2007 (v1.23)
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- Corrected a bug in which a few certain oddly formatted
source discs could cause "...ISO Write Error" and
"... ISO Image was NOT successfully created" errors.
The output IFO files could be corrupted. Note: this
error would result in no files being written to disc --
so it is unlikely a "bad disc" could be created.
- Added code to check and correct VIDEO_TS.IFO files that
incorrectly count/list unreferenced title sets.
- Added code to make DVD-RB accept certain sources that are
output by AnyDVD without a need for preprocessing with 3rd
party packages.
- Corrected an error in which the "CCE SP" option under
"SETTINGS/CCE SETTINGS" can be incorrectly checked during
the encode phase. This can, under certain circumstances,
cause an error related to "incorrect ECL file format".
- Added routines to look at source structure and adapt to
inconsistencies.
- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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DVD ReBuilder v1.23.1

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March 17th, 2007 (v1.23.1)
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- Corrected an error introduced in v1.23 that could cause
the "Movie Only" mode to fail. (v1.23.1)
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March 25th, 2007 (v1.23.2)

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- Added code to further enhance unreferenced VTS removal.
This should correct remaining problems with certain
types of source oddities.

- Corrected a condition in which creation of ISO images
may fail when unreferenced material was removed.

- Corrected a bug in which, under certain circumstances on
oddly formatted discs, titles be executed incorrectly.

- Note: The new unreferenced removal routines can be
disabled by adding "DISABLE_COMMAND_REFERENCE_CHECK=1"
to the "[Options]" area of REBUILDER.INI.

- Corrected a bug in which some VTSs may not show as
referenced when the reference was in VIDEO_TS.VOB.

- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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March 31st, 2007 (v1.23.3)

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- Optimized code to reduce the startup scanning time on
discs that have large numbers of VTSs.

- Fixed a bug that could cause "Runtime Error 55" on a
small number of sources that contained unreferenced
material.

- Corrected a bug in which setting or resetting the
"Menu Encoding" option did not refresh the Selection
Settings. As a result, a "Runtime Error 9" could
occur under certain circumstances.

- Updated error handling routines, making them more
robust.

- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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Professional Edition Version 1.24.0

Below is a summary of the changes/updates associated with this version (Pro release):
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April 10th, 2007 (v1.24.0)
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- Added an additional filter prefix "C:".  If the "C:" is
  present as a prefix in the filter line, the line will be 
  added only when the colorimetry of any part of the 
  original source is anything other than Rec.709.

- Added an additional "M:" filter prefix.  If the "M:" is
  present the filter line will only be added when
  a segment associated with a menu.

- Changed algorithm so that filters are now also applied to
  menus.  Please note, though, that filters using the "E:"
  or "F:" prefix will (naturally) not be applied to menus.

- Added a new hidden option.  Now you can add additional
  parameters to all MPEG2SOURCE() entries in the AVS
  files by adding a "MPEG2SOURCE_OPTS=" to the "[Options]"
  area of REBUILDER.INI.  For example:
      MPEG2SOURCE_OPTS=info=3
  This entry will tell the option to output hints that
  might, for example, be used by the ColorMatrix() filter.

- Updated Q prediction routines (OPV) to prevent an odd
  condition in which the Q value may jump strangely causing
  a need for additional prediction passes.

- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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Professional edition v1.25.0

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May 2nd, 2007 (v1.25.0)
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- Added additional code to the OPV single pass prediction routines to increase sizing accuracy. This should reduce the probability of over/undersizing in OPV.
- Added two more "hidden" options to REBUILDER.INI for adjusting OPV actions related to HC encoding. The values "HC_CQ_BFACTOR=" and "HC_CQ_PFACTOR=" allow you to set the related HC settings for one pass VBR encoding. More information can be obtained in the HC documentation.
- Updated the "Close DVD-RB at REBUILD Completion" option in the MODE menu. It is now persistent and the setting will carry-over between sessions.
- Added a popup window to show status when DVD-RB scans at startup or after source selection. This is necessary to show progress when encountering an exceptionally large VIDEO_TS.VOB.
- Corrected an issue in which, under certain circumstances, when colorimetry changes between two segements, the flag ("c:") in the filter editor might get incorrectly tripped.
- Corrected a bug in which under very rare circumstances the last GOP of a cell could be flagged with incorrect colorimetry information.
- Updated the Installer to include ECLPRO v1.00 Final, which fixes some "exit" related issues.
- Modified colorimetry interpretation so that receiving a "2" (unspecified) as the matrix_coefficient would default to actions for Rec.709.
- Added code to clean up the temporary encoder directories that are created for muliple encoder processes.
- Updated OPV processing to allow an alternate matrix. Now OPV will use the specified as "Main Feature Matrix." In OPV the matrix will not change based upon bitrate -- as it is necessary for predictions to be made using a single matrix and quantizer/Q value.
- Added HC v0.21 to the standard installation package. This corrects a rare "hang" issue and can now encode slightly faster in BEST mode. Also added support for the new luminance gain (LUMGAIN) parameter. You can now set the value using "HC_LUMGAIN=" in the REBUILDER.INI file.
- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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DVD ReBuilder Professional Edition v1.26.0
Author: JDOBBS

Copyright (c) 2004-2007 by jdobbs softworks. All rights reserved.

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  • Added a new MODE called "Enable Bitrate Redistribution." It should be considered to be in Beta status (meaning it's there for testing -- bugs are possible). This feature is especially useful on sources that were not optimally encoded (such as CBR or on-the-fly broadcast encoding. It will perform an initial first pass using the OPV feature of CCE SP, HC, QuEnc, or AutoQMatEnc to redistribute bits across all segments using a constant base Q value, before doing the standard encode. This mode may also improve picture quality on sources that use a less than perfect bitrate distribution on the original source. Results of the redistribution can be reviewed by reading "REDISTRIBUTION.TXT" in the D2VAVS directory after PREPARE.
  • Added a hidden value for adjusting the size of the redistribution pass by setting the option "Redist_Percent=" in the "[Options]" section of the REBUILDER.INI file. The default value is 10.
  • Corrected a bug related to the implementation of matrices when using OPV and CCE SP2.
  • Updated several routines to better handle error conditions.
  • Enhanced the OPV routines to better select Q values under certain specific conditions.
  • Updated the multiplexing engine to better integrate audio when certain anomalies are encountered.
  • Fixed a rarely occurring bug related to closed captioning.
  • Other minor and cosmetic changes.

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DVD ReBuilder Professional Edition v1.26.1
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June 24th, 2007 (v1.26.1)
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  • Added a hidden setting in which you can instruct DVD-RB to redistribute bits across the entire DVD (including any parts considered to be extras and/or the feature). This can be useful for applying redistribution to episodic or series discs. You can enable the setting by adding "redist_all=1" to the "[Options]" area of REBUILDER.INI.
  • Updated the redistribution module so it follows the proper rules associated with PEAK_BITRATE
  • Added direct Luminance Gain adjustment to the HC Settings menu.
  • Added new code to the OPV prediction routines that should improve further improve Q selection and sizing.
  • Corrected a bug in which performing redistribution on ILVU sections could result in an error message.
  • Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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Professional Edition 1.26.2

July 7th, 2007 (v1.26.2)

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- Added additional routines to the REDISTRIBUTION code that
corrects possible undersizing. Now, when a segment has
been redistributed too many sectors(making it larger than
the original) the size is adjusted and recovered sectors
are reallocated to other segments.

- Turned off HC VBV and scene detection (except for a 100%
setting) during REDISTRIBUTION. This appears to have been
slowing down the speed of HC redist on some systems.
Also set HC to fast mode during the REDISTRIBUTION pass
as it gives the same results.

- Updated the REDISTRIBUTION menu options. You can now turn
"Redist_All" on or off from the mode menu (formerly hidden).

- Added code to perform REDISTRIBUTION for ProCoder and CCE
Basic. HC (if installed) will be used for determining the
bitrate redistribution pass.

- Corrected an bug in which CCE SP2 could encode with the
incorrect field order on BFF sources.

- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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Professional Edition 1.26.3

September 4th, 2007

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- Fixed an error in which the REDIST_ALL parameter was not being set correctly when selected. In the previous version any change to the setting was not recognized until the next program load.

- Added Beta support for command line oriented encodes (e.g. Mencoder or FFMPEG). DVD-RB will call a preconfigured .BAT file that can be setup for the calls. An example .BAT file (for mencoder) is included as an example. In order to use it, you must edit it (it is normally found in the "c:\Program Files\DVD-RB Pro\Encoders" directory) and point ensure the path properly points to MENCODER.EXE. You must also add the line "cmdline=" to the "[Paths]" area of the REBUILDER.INI file. This new option should be considered in Beta test until it has been used more. My encodes (using Mencoder) so far tend to be undersize -- but very good quality. Try the "Good (fast)" mode, it gives very good quality and is exceptionally fast. Be careful with "Highest Quality" mode -- it can be slow.

- Added an option to the MODE menu in which you can choose to always use HC as the encoder for REDISTRIBUTION. This prevents a rare CCE problem that can happen when high bitrate matrices are in use.

- Updated REDISTRIBUTION so that any cell with 500 or fewer frames would redistribute using 100% sample. This prevents lower-than-required bitrates on small segments that have blackness or fade-ins that might undervalue the need.

- Moved "Shutdown at REBUILD Completion" and "Close DVD-RB at REBUILD" completion from the MODE menu to the FILE menu. This makes it possible to change the state of these options while DVD-RB is executing.

- Corrected a bug in which, under certain circumstances, it is possible to receive a "Runtime Error 53" message during REDISTRIBUTION.

- Corrected an minor bug in which bitrates for single frame segments were incorrectly REDISTRIBUTED.

- Corrected an error in which attempting to use the "No Compression" encoder option with REDISTRIBUTION enabled could cause DVD-RB to abort with errors (87/13)

- Updated the response to errors resulting from a corrupt source (VOBID/CELLID not found errors) so you have the option to continue as opposed to a forced exit. Note however that it is not usually a good idea -- as this is an indicator of a pretty serious corruption in the source IFO/VOB combination.

- Other minor and cosmetic changes.
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