CloneBD Blu-ray Media Coverter 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.
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.
CloneBD Blu-ray Media Converter 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 NVIDIA CUDA hardware acceleration
- 3D support coming soon…
- H.265/HEVC support coming soon…
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…
Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (32-bit, 64-bit).
Changes in CloneBD Blu-ray Media Converter 126.96.36.199 :
- New: support frame packed 3D (MVC) in MKV files lossless and lossy
- Important Note: only a few PC-players support this 3D format, including PowerDVD 16 or higher, Kodi – only a few linux version and Stereoscopic Player, also, lossless MVC don’t properly work with PowerDVD, reencoded copies work fine. For now, only software de-/encoding is possible and is fairly slow.
- New: added setting to eject source disc after processing
- Change: security update for ElbyCDIO.sys
- New: preview player allows to switch display between 2D and SBS formats (R/L view can be used for “squinting eyes 3D” for quick verification)
- Change: for lossless copies, remove the beaver from the preview, this was confusing because users thought, it would show up in the copy as well
- Improve: display correct bitrates/output sizes when encoding MVC output
- Fix: user interface – switching between 2D and MVC output sometimes left HEVC codec disabled (greyed out)
- Workaround: Windows MediaFoundation Parser bug (Windows Media Player/”Movies & TV”) couldn’t parse MKV files, that were created with “extra track for forced subtitles”
- Fix: NTSC non-telecine incorrectly detected as telecined so field splitting failed
- Fix: size estimator is off, when many picture in picture streams and an over-abundance of subtitles is in the source
- Fix: write global header, when converting VC-1 video AVC/MKV
- Fix: secondary DTS audio (picture in picture)
- Fix: 2D playlists sometimes got hidden by their 3D counterparts
- Fix: size estimation inaccurate when creating MKV/MP4 when playlist contains the same clip multiple times
- Fix: Multiple corruptions of BD data
- Fix: Early terminating streams (data corruption due to preprocessing with 3rd party tools and then postprocessing in CloneBD)
- Fix: Subtitle display on some Opus players
- Fix: Audio/video drift on some PAL encoded discs (that have been “telecined” from NTSC and not sped up)
- Fix: Further support for 192 kHz/96 kHz Dolby Atmos discs
- Fix: Further support for some audio discs (LPCM, 24-bit, 192 kHz)
- Fix: Correctly output big-endian audio samples (was little-endian)
- Fix: Better AVC video encoding settings to support more standard players
- Fix: Further support for usually Japanese BD recorders (pseudo BDMV format)
- Fix: Correctly decode VC-1 color space, cropping area
- Fix: Preview playback of VC-1 tracks
- Change: Reduced required memory footprint
- Fix: (possible workaround for a Marantz player) – remove several optional items from chapter entries in MKV files
- Many minor fixes and improvements
- Updated languages
Size: 34.03 MB