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|BDFix is a reauthoring tool which can directly edit unencrypted BD titles (HDMV or BD-J) as you like. User can add, remove or replace video/audio/subtitle track of any BD titles created with any authoring application directly. With just a few clicks, you can build your own version of title. Unique mpls mode especially helps you reauthor the titles with multi-version or multi-segments easily. You only need prepare one whole stream for each playlist track and needn't cut them into several segments manualy.
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1.8.2 (September 14, 2012)
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