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CloneBD by Elaborate Bytes – 20% OFF

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CloneBD by Elaborate Bytes – 20% OFF

CloneBD Blu-ray Media Coverter by Elaborate Bytes lets you copy any unprotected Blu-ray to all known disc formats such as ISO or BD, and all kind of devices like smart phones and tablets!

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.

BUY NOW CloneBD – 20% OFF until June 2, 2019

CloneBD makes perfect 1:1 clones, but also compresses BD-50 to a single BD-25, BD-9 or BD-5. It 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. And now, it can convert your 3D Blu-ray to .mkv and take advantage of the high compression standard H.265/ HEVC.

CloneBD Features:

  • 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 hardware acceleration
  • 3D support for .mkv files
  • H.265/HEVC high compression standard

Upcoming changes and features:

  • Full 3D support in compressed discs
  • Full 3D support in matroska files
  • Full subtitle support in matroska and MP4 files
  • Support for DVD output (downscaled to SD naturally)
  • Support for DLNA
  • Improved support for all new codecs, like WebM, HEVC, AAC+, FLAC and lots more

Changes in CloneBD (2019-05-17):

  • new: pure 64bit version (previously hybrid)
  • new: fully support HDR10+
  • new: display HDR10+ information on UHD titles with HDR10+
  • change: hardware acceleration drones operate at slighlty elevated priority levels to avoid timeouts when other applications hog CPU time
  • fix: incorrect subtitle resolution when encountering Dolby Vision streams (caused a crash)
  • fix: allow multiple MLP Frames per PES
  • fix: exception when ordering PIDs in stream map with MLP
  • new: support for MP4 files with DolbyVision
  • new: support for HEVC with B-Frames on nVidia Turing chips
  • improved: major rewrite of MLP handling (Dolby TrueHD, Atmos)
  • changed: menu handling
  • fix: some players (e.g. Oppo) crashed when playing back UHD with DolbyVision removed
  • change: remove resolution slider when doing lossless copy to avoid confusion
  • fix: HDR info in index.bdmv
  • fix: possible compiler optimization bug causing SPS parsing to fail
  • fix: fix duplicate audio for SEAMLESS clips
  • fix: A/V sync for disks with a lot of short clips
  • fix: A/V sync for old (pure, non-SSIF) 3D discs
  • fix: snapshot generation for some disks
  • fix: timestamp generation to be more accurate (avoids a slight offset between dependent streams, e.g. DolbyVision)
  • fix: when converting UHD to BD, renumber non-conforming subtitle PID values, some players would hang otherwise
  • fix: workaround nVidia driver HEVC bug (early 2019 Geforce drivers), replace broken buffering period SEI message
  • fix: add missing stop byte when applying HDR SEI messages to UHD streams
  • fix: add extension data to index.bdmv to indicate HDR content (some players would not identify HDR content as such)
  • change: nVidia encoder sets Chroma sampling 4:2:0 type 2 when generating BT.2020 content
  • fix: hardware acceleration (Intel, nVidia and AMD) could fail when processing many clips in a row
  • change: log file format
  • improved: arrangement of HDR SEI messages (possible cause for Oppo not finding HDR information)
  • fix: correct position of DolbyVision Stream in CLIPINF files
  • fix: don’t propose lossless operation, when lossless is not available (e.g. when subtitles are to be burnt into the video)
  • fix: ignore maximum bitrate setting for DolbyVision sub-stream (could randomly cause unexpectedly small output if DolbyVision stream was to be retained)
  • fix: duration of MP4 files when user aborts early
  • fix: snapshot generation workaround for non conforming AVC source
  • fix: reactivate auto-removal of soundless studio logos when creating MP4/MKV
  • fix: creation of Global Header field esp. with HEVC HDR information
  • fix: SEI creation to identify HDR in UHD titles was sometimes corrupted
  • fix: nVidia hw acceleration error when working on cropped video frames (esp. retranscoding its own previous output)
  • fix: track Header alignment for MKV files (had no negative impact, but was incorrect)
  • fix: very slight shadow around subtitles and logo when using non-accelerated transcoding
  • fix (UI): positioning of message box
  • new (UI): display extended video information in title strips
  • improved: ensure proper clamping of video data when encoding limited rgb
  • workaround a severe bug in BDInfo so it will (mostly) see SPS and VPS information in HEVC
  • upgrade libx265, libx264 to latest version
  • added support for 64 core processors (AMD Threadripper 29xx)
  • many minor fixes and improvements
  • updated languages

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Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32-bit, 64-bit).

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