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Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 6007
Change Set: 792dd4e3be8c
Released: Feb 26, 2011
Updated: Feb 27, 2011 by RandomEngy
Dev status: Beta Help Icon

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Release Notes

  • Updated auto-naming to handle seconds and frames ranges as well. Deprecated the {chapters} token for auto-naming in favor of {range}.
  • Allowing file drag to preview window and enabling main window shortcut keys to work no matter what window is focused.
  • Added option in config to enable giving custom names to audio tracks. (Note that these names will only show up certain players like iTunes or on the iPod. Players that support custom track names normally may not show them.)
  • Added tooltips on the Enqueue and Encode buttons explaining if they're disabled due to no chosen output folder.
  • On the Queue Multiple Titles dialog, if "select range" is enabled, the range will now update after the range has changed. Also clicking on the number box will select all text within it.
  • Adding missing trellis=0 to the Apple Universal preset.
  • Fixed issue that could cause different custom cropping values to be lost when encoding multiple items in a queue.
  • Fixed issue with non-anamorphic calculations with cropping and Keep Aspect Ratio.
  • Fixed crash that could occur on opening the Destination Browse dialog with manually entered relative paths.
  • Fixed Queue Multiple Titles option not showing up after choosing an output directory.

Reviews for this release

The way this tool continually improves is amazing. One enhancement that's noteworthy in this particular version is the ability to name audio streams. With this option set, naming boxes appear in the audio tab. And when I use this option for DVDs that have commentary tracks along with the main audio track, the names appear in the audio icon menu on my iPOD touch - how cool is this!
by tezzy_bear on Mar 6, 2011 at 3:32 AM