Saturday, 12 July 2008
CHANGES MADE TO PRO VERSION 1.28.2
- Made numerous changes to make DVD-RB more sensitive to
the security environment of Vista.
- Made changes to make DVD-RB more compatible with some
- Added support for the HC adaptive quantization (*AQ)
function. This setting can improve picture in flat
parts. A default value of "2" is used, but can be
changed by setting "HC_AQ=n" in the "[Options]" area
of REBUILDER.INI. "n" can be any integer value between
0 and 4. "0" disables AQ and "4" results in lower
quants. Note: Keep in mind that due to virtualization
associated with VISTA, your most current INI may be
located in the VISTA VirtualStore. One easy way to
get to it (if you are using VISTA), is to create a
shortcut on your desktop that points to it.
- Added a parameter to the HC SETTINGS menu that enables
and disables LOGGING when encoding with HC encoder. The
log will be written to a file named "HCLOG.TXT" in the
- Included HC Encoder v0.23 in the installation packages.
This version includes extended features and bug fixes.
- Added ability to have different 1st and 2nd passes when
using MOBILE encoding (see the MOBILE.INI template under
the AVCHD beta for an example.
- Added a "hidden" option called "ImgBurnDest" that, when
added to REBUILDER.INI will force the write to a specific
drive. This is expecially useful when working on a
computer that has more than one writable drive. As an
example, to force output to the "F:" drive you would add
"ImgBurnDest=F:" to REBUILDER.INI.
- Modified the TEMPLATE commands so they automatically
look in the VirtualStore for templates.
- Corrected "35601" error that could happen (very rarely)
on sources with no audio.
- Added a parameter to the REBUILDER.INI file so that an
alternate AVISYNTH resizing algorithm can be used for
certain functions (e.g. converting from 4:3 widescreen
to 16:9 anamorphic). The default is "LanczosResize".
Example usage: "RESIZE=Spline36Resize" Note: Adding
an incorrectly spelled resize parameter will cause your
encoding to fail.
- Other minor and cosmetic changes.