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DVDx is an all-in-one DVD and Blu-ray copier as well as a powerful audio/video transcoder. Not just a media transcoder and DVD/Blu-ray copier, DVDx includes an easy-to-use video editing toolset and a full-featured DVD and video player, you can play DVDs, Blu-ray discs and almost any audio or video files. You can rip Blu-ray and DVD discs and transcode them to almost any popular video formats. The converter/transcoder is free but the DVD and Blu-ray decrypting cost from $50.

Trialware $50
OS: Win
File size: 86MB
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Latest version

4.2 (October 23, 2017)



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Software License

Shareware (Free download but time limited software. Full version from $50)



Supported operating systems

WinWindows




Complete Version history / Release notes / Changelog


Version 4.1.10.0 patch 2016

Since october 2016, after completing DVDx 4.1 installation, run this patch:
http://dl.labdv.com/dvdx4/dvdx-4.1.10.0patch2016-win32.exe


Version 4.1.10.0: DVDx 4.1 with Blu-ray player and free converter

Features:
- Update decrypter with new AACS/BD+ decryption schemes support

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.9.0: DVDx 4.1 with Blu-ray player and free converter

Features:
- Update decrypter with new AACS decryption schemes support
- Update transcoder to latest libavcodec (ffmpeg) version
- Update internal video player
- Improve ISO maker

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.8.0: DVDx 4.1 Beta 8.0 with Blu-ray player and free converter

Build:
- Windows only (some code clean-up)


Version 4.1.7.0: DVDx 4.1 Beta 7.0 with Blu-ray player and free converter

Features:
- Added support for encrypted (AACS/BD+) Blu-ray playback (activation required)
- AACS decryption supported for 967 Blu-ray disc identifiers
- BD+ decryption supported for ripping and playback
- Now 'Rip current title (dump method)' menu works for encrypted (AACS/BD+) Blu-ray discs

Limits:
- Blu-ray playback doesn't handle subtitles properly, ripping handles subtitles perfectly

Fixes:
- Force show up media analysis progress when loading disc in player

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.6.0: DVDx 4.1 Beta 6.0 with free converter

Features:
- Support DVD titles with multi-angle
- Support Blu-ray titles with multi-angle (not tested)
- 'Rip all titles' selection rips default angle for multi-angle titles
- Output files are now named with disc name (eventually with title number and angle)
- AAC encoder is now Fraunhofer AAC Encoder (fdk-aac)

Fix:
- Fix automatic folder name for folder disc

Backends:
- Updated FFmpeg libs and MPlayer (libvpx, x264, x265, dvdnav)

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.5.0: DVDx 4.1 Beta 5.0 with free converter

Features:
- New 'Rip current title (experimental)' menu to rip DVD title as-is before converting
- Display information when DVD loaded in player different from same path loaded in ripper
- Improved handling for DVD with partial identification (like P90X3 discs)
- Improved handling for discs with mastering errors
- Better handling for partially damaged streams
- Use unique player backend for Blu-ray and other sources

Fixes:
- Fix 'transcoding failed' issue when burning subtitles permanently on video from subtitles text file

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.4.0: DVDx 4.1 Beta 4.0 with free converter

Fixes:
- Fix transcoding issue with several audio tracks (introduced in 4.1.3.1 release)

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.3.1: DVDx 4.1 Beta 3.1 with free converter

Features:
- Subtitles language can be changed when converting video
- Pictured-based subtitles (DVB/DVD/Blu-ray) are resized to video size

Fixes:
- Fix audio filtering with multi-audio output transcoding
- Fix burnt-in subtitles resizing and letterbox cropping

Backends:
- Updated FFmpeg libs

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.3.0: DVDx 4.1 Beta 3.0 with free converter

Features:
- Removed (temporarly) video editor menus to avoid confusion

Backends:
- Updated support for AACS v47
- Updated BD+ support
- Improved handling for discs with mastering errors
- Better handling for partially damaged streams
- Updated FFmpeg libs and MPlayer

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.2.2: DVDx 4.1 Beta 2.2 with free converter

Features:
- Updated H.264 and VPX transcoders

Fixes:
- Installer is now complete with all new Qt5 DLLs

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.2.1: DVDx 4.1 Beta 2.0 with free converter

New features:
+ Decrypter improved handling for discs with mastering errors
+ Improve disc auto-loading to handle data disc rip request

Fixes:
+ Fix 'Unexpected title progress data' message in DVD/Blu-ray ripping jobs
+ Fix no disc auto-loading detection (introduced with Beta 2.0)
+ Fix job manager windows positioning with dual-screen (Windows 8.1)

Build:
+ Windows only


Version 4.1.2.0: DVDx 4.1 Beta 2.0 with free converter

Features:
- Prevent closing application while processing jobs
- Full integration of decrypter and transcoder

Fixes:
- Prevent crashing on close (nicely closing internal processors)

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.1.2: DVDx 4.1 Beta 1.2 with new ISO backup and free converter with H.265/HEVC

New features:
- Add Blu-ray/DVD/HD-DVD 1:1 ISO copy and decryption
- Converter button now opens converter with current file

Transcoding profiles:
- Add QuickTime (MOV format) support to H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC profiles
- Add new video profile:
h265.ini : H.265/HEVC (HDTV)

Backends:
- Add components to support ISO backup
- Improve H.265/HEVC support in transcoder (not yet for player)
- Updated H.264, VPX (VP8-VP9), Vorbis and ASS player libraries
- Font cache update no longer required for MPlayer
- Remaining time displayed for ISO backup can be much higher than reality (DVD only)

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.1.1: DVDx 4.1 Beta 1.1 with free converter

New features:
- Add option to workaround picture-based canvas size issue with subtitles
- Improve audio profile support in ripper
- Improve audio profile support in converter
- Support burnt-in subtitle text (srt/ssa) from video file input
- Add new job menu in DVD/Bluray ripping job manager
- Add new job menu in media converter job manager
- Add save job report feature
- Add new tutorials in help menu
- Abort button in job window becomes magic button (abort/play/report/open)

Transcoding profiles:
- Add selection to show/hide audio profiles
- Set Android VisualOn as AAC encoder for 3G2/3GPP (3g2.ini)
- Add VP9 in WebM profile (webm.ini)
- Improved guessing to set video deinterlacing

Backends:
- Change load process to avoid all crash at start (and speed up start)
- Improved ripping for discs with mastering errors
- Improve AVC and PCM support in MKV muxer
- Improve VC1 transcoder
- Improve AC3 decoder
- Enable Google VP9 encoding
- Enable AAC 7.1 encoding
- Improve HEVC detection
- Improve WMV player support
- Updated VPX, ASS and DVD player libraries

Fixes:
- Fix crash when video streams aren't the very first ones in files (MKV)

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.1.0: DVDx 4.1 Beta 1.0 with free converter

Features:
- New complete video transcoder to recode MKV rips or any other audio/video file
- Add aspect ratio correction in video settings (to correct bad video files)
- Add audio profile support to extract and transcode audio tracks (experimental)
- Set default encoding profile to mp4.ini (both converter and ripper)
- Option to resize or not (default) main window when loading new media
- Abort during transcoding stops smoothly and output is shorten but readable

Transcoding profiles:
- Add new video profiles:
wmv.ini : WMV (Windows Media Video)
- Add audio profiles:
ac3.ini : AC3 (Audio Dolby Digital)
aiff.ini : AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format)
caf.ini : CAF (Core Audio Format)
dts.ini : DTS (Audio Digital Surround)
m4a.ini : MP4 Audio
mp3.ini : MP3 Audio
ogg.ini : Ogg Vorbis (Google WebM Audio)
wav.ini : WAV (Microsoft Audio)
wma.ini : WMA (Windows Media Audio)

Backends:
- Update support for AACS v46
- Improve compatibility of produced MKV files

Knowledge base:
- Audio TrueHD -> AAC is not supported (use TrueHD -> AC3, MP3)

Fixes:
- Correct letterbox filter to support anamorphic output resolution
- Skip a useless zoom change which made bad resize on load media
- Change backend manager start to fix start crash bug

Build:
- Windows only


Version 4.1.0.1: DVDx 4.1 Preview build release

Features:
- Start much faster than DVDx 4.0 (new backend manager)
- Include latest DVD and Blu-ray disc decryption schemes (no need of additional decryption software)
- Decrypts Blu-ray discs even with latest versions of AACS and BD+
- Decrypts almost any DVD-Video disc
- Switchable transcoder interface with Rip/Transcode/Edit buttons
- Full-featured media player (complete FreePlayer integration)
- Colorful-text process console with switchable stdIn/sdtOut/stdErr
- Links to access related process console from many helpful windows

Transcoding profiles:
- 3g2.ini : 3G2/3GPP mobile phone
- apple.ini : Apple (iOS-Based Devices)
- avi.ini : Microsoft AVI (DivX/Xvid/MPEG-4)
- bluray.ini : H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (Blu-ray Disc)
- copy.ini : copy in or strip out original tracks
- dvvideo.ini : MiniDV/DV/DVCAM/DVCPRO recorders format
- flv.ini : Flash Video (Adobe MPEG-4 video)
- h264.ini : H.264/AVC (HDTV)
- lossless.ini : lossless video (I Frame-only)
- mkv.ini : MKV (Matroska video)
- mp4.ini : MP4 (MPEG-4/QuickTime)
- mpeg2.ini : MPEG-2 (CVD/SVCD/DVD)
- p2p-avc.ini : Peer-To-Peer H.264/AVC file sharing
- p2p-divx.ini : Peer-To-Peer DivX/MPEG-4/Xvid file sharing
- postprod.ini : Post-Production (Video editing)
- prores.ini : Apple ProRes video editing (I Frame-only)
- webm.ini : Google WebM (licensing-free H.264 alternative)

New backend manager:
- User-friendly backend consoles
- Interactive console to input user command to test backend engines
- Very fast application start (all initialization processes are started
in parallel and font cache update is done in background)

Code:
- Complete rewriting based on Starbuck's FreePlayer and Starbuck's C++ Library including Console, Media, MediaPlayer, Process, Transcoder and Widget classes. Starbuck's C++ Library project is the framework (based on Digia Qt) for software products edited by labDV.com team.

Build:
- Windows only


Release 4.1.0.1 for Windows
2013, December 10th

Posted by Starbuck
DVDx 4.1 is a long term ambitious project, all features migth be available in 2014. So several Preview Releases are planned, first one is 4.1.0.1 which comes with full-featured Blu-ray/HD-DVD/DVD ripper & transcoder and integrated video player.

New Preview Release is planned next month to offer the media converter, which will allow users to transcode video files, particularly MKV files coming from previous ripping.

More...

Overview

DVDx 4.1 is an all-in-one DVD and Blu-ray copier as well as a powerful audio/video transcoder. Not just a media transcoder and DVD/Blu-ray copier, DVDx 4.1 includes an easy-to-use video editing toolset and a full-featured DVD and video player, you can play DVDs, Blu-ray discs and almost any audio or video files. You can rip Blu-ray and DVD discs and transcode them to almost any popular video formats: Xvid/Divx, MPEG-4, H.264, AVC, MKV, WebM, MOV, QuickTime, Flash Video, AC.3, WAV, MP3, MP4/AAC, PCM, ADPCM, Lossless Audio, Vorbis, VCD/CVD/SVCD/DVD, etc.

DVDx 4.1 is very easy to use: open a DVD/Bluray disc, ISO, folder or a media file in the player or in the ripper, choose the titles you want to copy and select audio and subtitles streams, play your selection if you want, transcode a short preview if you want to see if what you get is what you expect ; then start the whole encoding job which can take about one hour but you're quiet sure to get the very good result you expect!

DVDx 4.1 makes all good choices for you: popular video and audio codecs and appropriate settings (for fair quality, high quality or smaller size files) but you can tune the encoder with your own preferred settings.

Configurable transcoding profiles

DVDx 4.1 has built-in profiles and makes all good choices for you. If you're an adanced user or if you want to learn, you can tweak profile settings:

Load transcoding profile3g2.ini : 3G2/3GPP mobile phone
3apple.ini : Apple (iOS-Based Devices)
avi.ini : Microsoft AVI (DivX/Xvid/MPEG-4)
bluray.ini : H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (Blu-ray Disc)
copy.ini : copy in or strip out original tracks
dvvideo.ini : MiniDV/DV/DVCAM/DVCPRO recorders format
flv.ini : Flash Video (Adobe MPEG-4 video)
h264.ini : H.264/AVC (HDTV)
lossless.ini : lossless video (I Frame-only)
mkv.ini : MKV (Matroska video)
mp4.ini : MP4 (MPEG-4/QuickTime)
mpeg2.ini : MPEG-2 (CVD/SVCD/DVD)
p2p-avc.ini : Peer-To-Peer H.264/AVC file sharing
p2p-divx.ini : Peer-To-Peer DivX/MPEG-4/Xvid file sharing
postprod.ini : Post-Production (Video editing)
prores.ini : Apple ProRes video editing (I Frame-only)
webm.ini : Google WebM (licensing-free H.264 alternative)
Best-in-class Blu-ray and DVD decryping

DVDx 4.1 is an all-in-one solution which doesn't need any additional software:

includes latest DVD and Blu-ray disc decryption schemes
decrypts Blu-ray discs even with latest versions of AACS and BD+
decrypts almost any DVD-Video disc


4.0.1.0: Merge and split movie files

New smart feature:
- add movie merge (merge several movie files into one file)

New feature (all editions, input files not multi-audio or multi-subtitle):
- add movie split to volumes (split one file into fixed-size volumes)
- add movie split into equal parts (divide one file into several ones)

Smart Edition:
- increase maximum video bitrate for H.264 HDTV and DivX Plus HD codecs from 4000Kbps to 20000Kbps
- set default video bitrate at 6000Kbps for H.264 HDTV and DivX Plus HD
- no longer ask for activiation at every start

All:
- change H.264 HDTV and DivX Plus HD bitrates for medium and high profiles
- limit job manager window width (too large with too long fine names)

Windows:
- updated FFmpeg engines to 32-bit N-34031-ge403a97 and 64-bit
- updated MediaInfo to 0.7.51
- upgrade to Qt 4.7.4 libraries

Mac OS X:
- fix job title display in job manager window (job title was shrinked)
- upgrade to Qt 4.7.4 libraries

Linux (Ubuntu):
- compile with Qt 4.7.2 libraries (Ubuntu 11.10 libmenu issue with Qt 4.7.4)
- Ubuntu Unity notes:
a) to remove Global Menu:
sudo apt-get remove appmenu-gtk3 appmenu-gtk appmenu-qt which is revertible:
sudo apt-get install appmenu-gtk3 appmenu-gtk appmenu-qt
b) to run DVDx 4 with the menu inside the application window and not on Unity panel (which is not a regular Gnome Panel!):
UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=0 dvdx4
c) to run DVDx 4 with the menu in both the Unity panel and the application window, like so:
APPMENU_DISPLAY_BOTH=1 dvdx4

Developpers (Open Edition):
- introducing new encoder and media analyzer interfaces (faster and easier to manage)


Version 4.0.0.7: Smart Edition fixes

Smart Edition (Windows):
- fix impossible activation with error Internet not accessible
- fix valid email address rejected for activation
- fix application error when closing DVDx 4.0


4.0.0.6: Smart Edition Beta1 public release

New features (Smart Edition):
- encoder user settings: rezolution, bitrate, audio sampling
- one-click 2-pass encoding DivX-Xvid to fit video movies in one 700MB CD
- one-click remux video files (correct bad index and bad sync.)
- better process monitoring: display remaining encoding timed
- better process monitoring: display real-time encoding speed
- FFmpeg 64-bit engine

All:
- corrections to ensure Open and Smart editions compliance
- fix min limit for test frames
- fix MPEG-2 encoding preview if frame number less than 250
- fix AMRNB audio encoding (mono 8kHz)
- enable open file/DVD even if engines not ready but alert
user to check engine paths

Windows:
- updated MediaInfo 7.48



DVDx 4.0.0.7 Smart Edition (Beta1) is out!

What's new in Smart Edition:

Encoder user settings: rezolution, bitrate, audio sampling
One-click 2-pass encoding to DivX-Xvid to fit video movies in one 700MB CD
One-click remux video files (correct bad index and bad sync.)
Better process monitoring: display remaining encoding timed
Better process monitoring: display real-time encoding speed
FFmpeg 64-bit engine


4.0.0.5: fix bug `Player engine couldn't get DVD title number`

All:
- change settings id to Open Edition
- remove max limit for test frames and test position (for arbitrary slicing)
- fix MPlayer font cache update issue
- updated MediaInfo 7.45

Windows:
- delete useless registry key at installation


4.0.0.4: better H.264 support

All:
- fixed large file analysed as invalid (MediaInfo time-out)
- new H.264 settings for Sony PSP (MP@L3.0, resolution and more)
- new H.264 settings for file input (H.264 baseline/main/high profiles)
- added On-line FAQ link in Help menu

Windows:
- fallback to previous MPlayer/MEncoder builds (r33216, VP8 playback
not regressed)
- new libfaac.dll

Mac OS X:
- fixed MediaInfo path
- fixed dyLib issue (added iconengines plugin in application Frameworks)


4.0.0.3: improve DVD loading and VP8 support

All:
- add progress-bar while loading file
- set large time-out (10s) for MediaInfo and FFprobe (required for large files and when loading DVD)
- fix H.264 playback issue with MKV files
- fix resampling multi-channel audio with FFmpeg (file input)
- correct QuickTime profiles (H.264 and MPEG-4) for file input
- remove QuickTime (MOV) and iPOD format for DVD input (do MKV first)

Windows:
- add player-dvd.exe (Sherpya-SVN-r30369-4.2.5) for subtitle preview
- new MPlayer/MEncoder builds (r33488, better VP8 playback support)
- new FFMpeg build (git-N-30344)
- uninstall silently previous version

Linux:
- added libdvdcss2_1.2.10-0.4_i386.deb available as extra download, libdvdcss2 is required to read encrypted DVD movies
- added DVD authentication (may not be needed but not sure)

Mac OS X:
- fix uncomplete installation bundle
- add DVD authentication (no more needed to play DVD before opening in DVDx 4)
- new MEncoder build to fix DVD encoding issues (AAC audio, Xvid/DivX and H.264/AVC)
- new FFmpeg-dvdx4 build to support AMR-NB audio encoding (3G2/3GP/MOV)
- set default player latency started/finished to 5000ms instead of 3000ms
- restart after installation to display icon in /Applications


4.0.0.2: first Mac OS X release and first Debian package for Linux

Features:
- added Google/On2's VP8 video codec and WebM (HTML5 video) format for file input

Code:
- set Linux paths to use ffmpeg-dvdx4 build and MPlayer/Mencoder installed pakages
- set Mac OS X engine paths to MacPorts (/opt/local/bin)
- cosmetics (reduce size of encoding progess windows)

Build:
- set Debian package to install MPlayer/MEncoder distro packages if not installed
- Qt framework libraries updated to 4.7.3
- all platforms buildable: Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
- released binaries for Windows (x86), Linux (i386), Mac OS X (x86_64)

Engines:
- use MEncoder/MPlayer distro (upgrade to Ubuntu 11.04 recommended)
- new FFmpeg build on Windows and Linux (r30023)
- update FFmpeg on Mac OS X (0.6.2 MacPorts)
- update MEncoder/MPlayer on Mac OS X (1.0rc4-4.2.1 MacPorts)
- update MediaInfo to 0.7.44 (all platforms)


4.0.0.1 (Windows & Linux)

Features:
- reduced AAC bitrate (better quality alignment with MP3 half bitrate)
- added AAC HQ profiles with high bitrates to HD movies
- added MP3 Low Rates to replace AAC Low Rates on Linux

Code:
- change preferred audio codecs for 3GP/3G2 formats
- add mp3_flv virtual codec for 44.1khz high profile in FLV format
- disable AAC audio and 3G2/3GP, iPOD (M4A/M4V) formats on Linux
- add source name display in encoding progress widget
- apply QProcess::close() method to all Qprocess on stack
- use -vframes and -aframes FFmpeg options for encoding preview

Build:
- main.pro fixed to compile on Linux

Engines
- fix (Windows) mixing subtitle display in player (change MPlayer build to Sherpya-SVN-r30369-4.2.5)


Release 4.0.0.1 is the very first public release for Linux platform, and updates Windows version (few fixes and new MPlayer with subtitle display).


What's new in 4.0

DVDx 4.0 is an audio/video encoder as well as a powerful DVD copier. You can read DVDs and quiet any audio or video files and encode them to quiet any popular video formats: VCD/CVD/SVCD/DVD, Xvid/Divx, MPEG-4, H.264, AVC, QuickTime, Flash Video, Ogg, WebM, AC.3, WAV, MP3, MP4/AAC, Lossless Audio, PCM, Vorbis etc.

DVDx 4.0 is very easy to use: open a DVD or file in the player, play it with audio/subtitle of your choice ; encode a short preview and play it to ensure it's what you expect, and then start the whole encoding job which can take about one hour but you're quiet sure to get a very good result!

DVDx 4.0 is based on the most popular and powerful encoders: x264, MEncoder and FFmpeg. It's open-source code iswritten for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms.

DVDx 4.0 makes all good choices for you: popular video and audio codecs and appropiate settings (for fair quality, high quality or smaller size files) but you can tune the encoder with your own preferred settings.

Release 4.0.0.0 is the very first public release, don't spend too much time if you don't succeed in running it, I'll publish a new release very soon.

Supported output format
--------------------------
* 3G2, 3GP: H.263, MPEG-4 and H.264 (MPEG-4/AVC) video for mobile phones
* AVI: most popular format for Xvid/DivX movies
* FLV: H.264 (MPEG-4/AVC) Flash video files
* IPOD: MPEG-4 and H.264 (MPEG-4/AVC) movies for Apple® iPod
* MKV, Matroska: powerful format becoming standard HTML 5 format named WebM
* MOV: MPEG-4 and H.264 (MPEG-4/AVC) Apple® QuickTime format
* MP4: H.263, MPEG-4 and H.264 (MPEG-4/AVC) standard MPEG-4 format
* MPEG: MPEG-1/MPEG-2 video for VideoCD, CVD, SVCD and DVD
* OGG: patent-free open format for Theora/Vorbis video files
* PSP: H.264 (MPEG-4/AVC) video for Sony® PlayStation Portable

Supported input
------------------
* DVD discs or folders and most of video and audio file formats.


What's new in 2.20

Code improvement:
- fix 698 memory leaks due to multilang error strings which weren't unallocated and 10 others due to skin objects, 12 others due to heap allocations (new), 62 others due to DVD IFO data structure. And 100s of strings in debug console.

MPEG-2 encoding:
- added 2 new profiles: CVD (China Video Disc) and DVD (default DVD-LP, 6000Kbps) both with audio 48kHz which must be set in Input Settings dialog.
- set CVD/DVD GOP to 18 frames for NTSC (15 for PAL), so compliant with DVD authoring applications.

WMV encoding:
- fix charches due to pointer bugs in handling IWM inyterfaces.

GUI:
- fixed bug in About dialog box which caused DVDx to crash in Debug/DebugP4 and unpredictable effects in all versions (Release/Release_RipperFree/NoOptim)

SIMD (SSE2) optimizations:
- replaced MOVQ xmm,m64 (rejected by VC9 compiler) with MOVQ xmm,qword ptr m64 and MOVQ m64,xmm with MOVQ qword ptr m64,xmm

Audio MP3 encoder:
- nLame.dll 3.98.2 (Intel 10.1 compile)
- libmmd.dll 10.1 (Intel 10.1 compile)

Compilation:
- moved to complete Microsoft Platform (no more Intelcompiler required) with Visual Studio 2008 Professional and Microsoft C++ Compiler VC9, and WMFSDK is from Platform SDK 6.0A
- set Microsoft VC9 compiler speed optimization flags

Debug builds:
- thanks to the new compilation platform, both Debug and DebugP4 configurations can be build again (all available in Ultra Edition installer).
- removed useless configurations: DebugP4 and NoOptim.

Setup:
- added sponsored Ask bar with required EULA and uninstall instructions in the application (uninstall icon in DVDx start program menu).

User's documentation:
- added uninstall instructions in the FAQ.


What's new in 2.10

Shutdown computer when job is done:
- added this option in Settings menu so it can be changed during encoding
- added a count-down dialog that allows the user to cancel within 30 seconds
- added a checkbox option to get a shutdown count-down silent or beeping

Input settings dialog window:
- a little enlarged vertically for more readability and to add the new option
to get a silent or beeping shutdown count-down

WMV encoding:
- added volume splitting feature (which wasn't done yet for WMV format)
- fixed encoding by chapter feature (each volume was limited to 5 seconds)
- added new widescreen profiles for Archos Generation 4- added more explicit error messages when begin writing the WMV output file

AVI codec settings:
- fixed the 'wrong settings block for AVI video codec' warning message on DivX
2-pass encoding when using video tab codec parameters
- headers file added in AVI_LIB from Xvid 1.1.3 vfw module (config.h, xvid.h and vfwext.h)
- change output estimation for Xvid

Multilanguages:
- added some menu items in language files: Preview aspect, 4/3, 16/9, Free,
Shutdown when finished
- modified RefreshLanguage() method of main window (CMpeg_encodeDlg)


Release Name: DVDx 2.9

Improved AVI (DivX/Xvid) multipass GUI behavior:
- now Estimated size is also available for AVI (DivX and Xvid only) and is accurate,
if multipass is set: the DivX 2nd pass bitrate or the Xvid desired size is used.
- if audio is Lame, audio bitrate is correctly taken into account to compute the
Estimated size.
- now correctly set 1st and 2nd pass with appropriate settings display (formerly
settings where stored and used correctly but display was messed up).
- when checking/unchecking Enable 2nd pass button, the codec dialog window is opened
once for one-pass and twice for 2-pass encoding (with message helpers displayed).
- ensure DivX or Xvid is selected for multipass (so avoid setting multipass for
codecs which don't support multipass encoding).

Compilation:
- update compilation platformwith DirectX SDK February 2007 and WMSDK11 which provides
Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile codec compliant with the published SMPTE VC-1
standard and Windows Media Audio 10 Professional codec quality improved at lower bit rates.
- hack shobjidl.h in Platform SDK R2 to skip SHCOLSTATE, SHCOLUMNID and LPCSHCOLUMNID
on __shtypes_h__ definition (newer definitions in WMSDK11), it's required to compile
ProfileObject.cpp successfully.


Release Name: DVDx 2.8

Notes:
Encoder:
- extended Windows Media support, now the WM audio/video profile is fully
editable and can be saved or loaded from standard PRX file. You can now
create movies for your Windows based Smartphone and PDA as well as upscale
DVD video to high-definition video thanks to WMV HD-Video.
- WM predefined profiles: Film small and standard screen, Pocket PC standard
and widescreen, CD-sized for PAL/NTSC standard and widescreen movies, PAL and
NTSC computer low and medium file size, PAL/NTSC HDTV 720p.
- multipass (2-pass encoding)) isn't supported yet for Windows Media. So
audio VBR 2-pass format aren't populated in the format combobox list and
video constrained VBR neither.
- uncompressed streams aren't supported yet, so the check boxes are disabled
in the WM profile setting window.

Multilang:
- updated MAX_ITEM from 100 to 120 to allow more than 100 error items.

Skins:
- modified SkComboBox control to allow more drop list items (required to
display 232 Windows Media Audio formats). Previously limited by a RECT[50]
array, now we use a CArray (MFC) collection to dynamicaly allocation an
unlimited number of drop list items in skinnable combo box.
- added new EnableFullText method to SkEdit control (which was limited to
0-9 and . and -) in order to enable full text edition in this control (full
text is restricted to aA..aZ, 0..9, space and .:*-+).
- added EnableUnsignedInteger method to SkEdit control to get a more
restrictive behavior, limiting inputs to positive integer entries.


What's new in 2.7
http://www.free-codecs.com/DVDx_download.htm
Third-party DLLs:

nLame.dll 3.97 Final (Intel 9.1 compile)
libmmd.dll 9.1 (Intel 9.1 compile


GUI enhancements:

Changed Open DVD root menu behavior, now display a Windows XP new syle file explorer dialog, initialized with last directory used by DVDx. Thus it's no longer annoying to change DVD drive for multiple drive computers or multiple DVDs ripped on hard drive.
Now display MPEG (VOB) file name without path in the MPEG2 file scanning progress window (required for long path current for DVDs ripped on hard drive).


What's new in 2.6
http://www.free-codecs.com/DVDx_download.htm
Packaging:
- Ultra Edition now contains a Tools menu with all DVDx binaries (Debug, DebugP4, NoOptimization and RipperFree), so any user will able to run a debug version to tackle bugs.
- Ripper Free package has no change.
- No upgrade package is deprecated (not popular).

Bug fix:
- DVDx silently crashes when exiting Input Settings with 44.1KHz or 48.0KHz(no conversion) option. So now you can try these modes to workaround audio/video synchronization issues.

Debug builds:
- thanks to the new compilation platform, both Debug and DebugP4 configurationscan be built.

Compilation:
- update compilation platform to Visual Studio 2005 Professional (VS8) and Intel C++ Compiler 9.1
- new reference compilation platform is Visual C++ 2005 Pro with Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2, DirectX SDK October 2006, Intel C++ 9.1.28
- Visual C++ Projects have been converted to Intel C++ Projects
- all configurations compile successfuly (including Debug and DebugP4)
- added a new open source project: BuildNumber to manage build auto-increment
- removed VC6 build auto-increment macro

Known issues:
- Batch compilation and builds works for all project but not for mpeg_encode


2.5.1
This is a patch release to fix the nLame DLL issues of the 2.5 release.

Installer:
- added libmdd.dll, version 8.1.8.2 from www.rarewares.org, the Intel Math library required for the nLame DLL
- changed the nLame.dll to the 3.97 beta 2, Dec 17 2005 from Rarewares


Release Name: DVDx 2.5

Notes:
1. Improved DVD Native IO Access:
- Use SPTI for native IO access. Deprecating ASPI.
- Added more compatibility and smoother DVD initialization.
2. Improved DVD Decoding:
- Realtime dynamic framerate detection.
- Adaptive framerate support.
- Better NTSC DVD unregular telecine support.
- Better audio, video synchronization algorithm. The above improvement will solve many a/v out-of-sync problem repeated reported by users since the version 1.0 release. 3. More Output Format Supported:
- Added support for WMA 9.1 and WMV9. Compress videos up to 50% smaller than previous versions under the same video quality.
- Added more options for mp3. 4. GUI:
- Added WMV combo and configuration panel in Output Settings dialog.
- Automatically switch off ASPI and use SPTI on Windows NT/2000/XP 5. Language files:
- Added new item in lang_eng.txt
- Translated new item in other language files. 6. Coding & Compilation:
- Fixed some hidden bugs which cause unexpected behaviour during video decoding and conversion.


Release Name: DVDx 2.4

Notes:
Performance:
- Release executable is optimized for Intel Pentium 4, Intel Pentium M, new Intel Pentium 4 with Streaming SIMD Extensions 3 (SSE3) and compatible Intel processors (new AMD Athlon 64 support SSE3)
- Internal encoders not changed, but now compiled by new Intel 9.0 compiler for the official binary release, likely more reliable and faster (DVDx 2.4 is faster than DVDx 2.3: VCD +15%, SVCD +10%, DivX +5% on SSE3 processors and VCD +12%, SVCD +5%, DivX +5% on SSE2 processors)

GUI:
- Changed File menu and added ? (help) menu in respect with usual Windows GUI standards and to add support and web site links
- Added Guide, FAQ and Support Forum in help menu
- Added "Check new version" in help menu
- Use ASPI is now disabled by default
- Changed display of disabled items in menu bar (nicer in default skin)
- Fix hard coded "Skin &themes" menu item, now set to current language menu item
- Enable contextual help on F1 key for Input and Output Settings, for Custom Splitting (chapters) and in main window to open the Guide

Language files:
- Renamed two language files to lang_danish and lang_polski
- Added some (english) items in all languages to be translated now or later

CVS:
- Removed/Re-Added RES files with proper binary type to fix icons/bitmaps corrupted in Source-Forge CVS repository
- Corrected all CRLF issues in text files

Code:
- Corrected some bad afx_msg declarations (LRESULT instead of wrong 'void') which were reported by new VC8 compiler (return 0 for LRESULT as usual)
- Added mpeg_encode.h as include for other VC projects in the VC worksapce to handle errors (errors.h) and for P4.h, malloc_16.h, Memory.h, resource.h
- Changed some loop index variable declarations to fix variable scope errors reported by new VC8 compiler in some "for ()" statements
- Added pragmas to disable some warnings in new VC8 compiler
- Changed syntax sqrt(2) to sqrt(2.0) to force float casting in overloaded functions required by VC8 compiler
- Changed coder info (jlp_38@yahoo.com) into contact info (jim@labdv.com)

Installer:
- Added new Inno ISS script to create an installer for "no upgrade" versions which are installed in their own folder (to run several versions for benchmaking) however the separate versions share the same DVDx registry key to store settings (now requiring to activate Inno ISS scripting)

Compilation:
- Update compilation platform to VC Toolkit 2003 and DX9
- New reference compilation platform is Visual C++ 6.0 Pro with Service Pack 5, Visual C++ Processor Pack 5, DirectX SDK February 2006, VC Toolkit 2003, Intel C++ 9.0.28 (required for debug with DirectX 9)
- Change compiler options (Win32 Release) to optimize for maximum speed


2.3:
Gui:
-small changes

Decoders:
-Angle handling fix(key search on only)
-Compiler based dual cpu and P4 with HT support

Avi:
-Video codecs settings fix (MS vcm9 ,Huffyuv ,FFvfw)

Internal mpeg encoder:
-Changed rate control to reduce underflows
-Small speed increase

Other:
-Stopped F1 key asking for help file
-Added Danish and Polish language files
-Updated installer to multi-lingual Innosetup 4
-Authentication no longer attempted when going from a hard drive.

Debug builds:
-Stopped eventual crashing/memory corruption from console
-Added output to text file (c:DVDx_debug.txt)


2.2:
GUI:
-4/3 correction (custom zoom mode)
-Monitoring improved

Decoders:
-Wrong NTSC time reported fixed

Avi:
-New codec management
-AVI settings are now saved
-Various 2Pass AVI fixes

Internal mpeg encoder:
-New rate control algorithm for VBV Underflow/overFlow prevention


2.1:
Skins and gui:
-changed buttons to single bitmap
-added 'file' button to select output file name
-changed order of buttons
-Selectable preview aspect ratio

Avi:
-added 2 pass encoding
-YUY2 export now works for Xvid codec
-AviSetStream failure for Divx 5.0.3 fixed

Internal mpeg encoder:
-faster motion search (20% in high motion search)
-quantization done in double (iDCT/DCT setting)
-occasional less frames than premiere plugins fixed
-'normal' calculation mode haze fixed
-picture quality improved

Decoders:
-mpeg/vob scanning fix
-Mpeg1 demuxer fix
-Support for DVD with non consecutives cells
-Best management of invalid streams and damaged DVD (ASPI mode)
-Audio frequency detection (MPEG1 scanning)

Premiere plugins:
-48khz audio support (can use '48khz no conversion')
-Support for CCE 2.66
-CCE stop while encoding fixed

Other:
-added updating output estimation for avi and internal encoder
-temporary 'SaveDVD' HD file is now selectable location/name
-shutdown properly for Windows 98/ME and 2000/XP
-DVDx.exe and DVDxP4.exe merged
-Added TAP resize filter (HQ 2 Pass filtering)
-Interface for VCDWizard (Add chapter in your VCD/SVCD)


2.0:
Bugs fixed:
-Decoder initialisation
-MPA decoder
-Player
-Shutdown bug on 2000,XP
-Audio and subtitle stream ID

GUI improvement
Skinned GUI
AV synch improvement
48KHz support for AVI
Support for new release of nLame


1.8a:
Bugs fixed:
-Motion Compensation (decoder)
-Wrong subtite color


SSE/3DnowExtBiLinear filtering
SSE/3DnowExtMotion comp (decoder)


1.8:
Bugs fixed:
-WNASPI (for file bigger than 1Gb)
-Blinking subtitle
-Crash with subtitle
-Crackling sound (The end)

Support for Lame MP3. Solve all DivX synch problem (at least for me)
Playback
Multi Language
More reliable AV Synch algorithm
iDCT SSE
Full MPEG1/2 input
Load/Save project


1.7:
Export AC3 (AVI+Premiere)
Export YUV (AVI+Premiere)
Bit rate calculator (when splitting by chapter)
P4 Optimizations and other speed improvements


1.6:
Chapter support (Now you can split AVI/MPG by chapter)
Integrated AVI multiplexer
Integrated Audio Codec support (no more WAV export)
Best resize/crop
Volume don't exceed combo box


1.5a:
Bug fixed:
Cracking sound when encoding through the premiere interface

Dolby Suround downmix flag


1.5:
Bugs fixed:
GUI bugs
Volume greater than 4Gb
Resize Filters (no more bad side)
AVI splitting (no more crash when splitting DivX)

DeMacrovision
HDD Buffer (Save the DVD drive)
Resize / Crop (Custom zoom)
PX3 optimization (not ended)
Few improvement in the motion search (internal encoder)


1.4b:
Bugs fixed:
CCE premiere plugin bugs.

AVI output (only compressed AVI)


1.4a;
Bugs fixed:
29.97 Frame rate when usign Premiere plugin.

Deinterlace Filter (PAL Only)


1.4:
Bugs fixed:
Bugs with K6 processors.
Bugs in audio normal quality mode.

Automatic Audio/Video Synchronisation
Best filter (highest quality and speed)
Multi PASS support (tested with TMPGEnc)
Fast routines from AMD develloper connexion (Only K7 or higher)


1.3:
Bugs fixed:
SVCD bugs

Premiere plugin encoder support (not 100% of plugins
and 1 PASS only)
More input and output settings
Auto setting for VCD/SVCD


1.2:
Bugs fixed:
Bad looking subtitle.
DVDx crash when jumping near the end.

SVCD support
LPCM support
Best quality features
Faster MMX quantization
DVD root window (more friendly way to select IFO)


1.1:
Bugs fixed
New frame rate converter (should work with NTSC now)
Drive Authentification
Assembly DeCSS
Subtitle
More input and output parameters


1.0a:
Few bugs fixed
MPEG2 Decoder initialistation improvement


1.0:
First realease
Hide changelog




All features


DVDx 4.2 is very easy to use: open a DVD/Bluray disc, ISO, folder or a media
file in the player, play it with audio/subtitle of your choice ; transcode a
short preview and play it to ensure it's what you expect ; then start the
whole encoding job which can take about one hour but you're quiet sure to get
the very good result you expect!

DVDx 4.2 makes all good choices for you: popular video and audio codecs and
appropriate settings (for fair quality, high quality or smaller size files)
but you can tune the encoder with your own preferred settings.

Features (summary):
- rip DVD/Blu-ray disc to hard-drive into MKV file without additional software,
- rip DVD/Blu-ray disc to ISO image file without additional software,
- transcode audio/video streams to almost any popular media format,
- extract audio or subtitles tracks from files or DVD/Bluray discs (not available),
- load external subtitle files for playback or hardsubbing (not available),
- play audio and video files (Xvid/DivX, H.264, MKV, WebM, MPEG-2, FLV, MP4,
WMV, AC-3, AAC, DTS, MP3...),
- play DVD (menu navigation supported) and Bluray discs, ISOs and folders.

DVDx 4.2 doesn't require any additional software to decrypt DVD and Blu-ray discs.

DVDx 4.2 Beta full-featured converter is FREE ; ripper features require activation.

Convert to Xvid/Divx, MPEG-4, H.264, AVC, MKV, WebM, MOV, QuickTime, Flash Video, AC.3, WAV,
MP3, MP4/AAC, PCM, ADPCM, Lossless Audio, Vorbis, VCD/CVD/SVCD/DVD, etc.




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Review by 7of9 on Aug 8, 2017 Version: 4.1.10 OS: Windows 7 64-bit Ease of use: 1/10 Functionality: 1/10 Value for money: 1/10 Overall: 1/10




absolutely the stupidest trial version I have ever seen... you can select just about any input, but you are restricted on output to x264 MP4. hi med or low... high is only about 960x540...

so say if you actually do this stuff and have any sort of brain and want to evaluate it's ability to convert MP4, BD or MKV to HECV-265 MP4 at 720p or greater? you are out of luck

this trial is the equivalent of saying on ebay... "yeah here's a pitch black picture of a watch I took, yeah I know I didn't turn on the light, but tough.... send me $50 and I'll send you the watch,.... oh and no refunds."

this is probably a crappy product,,, I just did a 1.6GB 720p MKV of Avatar to the only output this crazy trial would allow 960x540 MP4 264... it took 14 minutes on a screaming 8 core ssd with 64GB of ram and top flight Nvidia coproccessing and it blew the file size all the way up from 1.6 to 3.2GB... file looks great, but I'm looking for a tool to take advantage of 265 compression on a large library

also if you want to see a job queue? nope... does it smart select you preferred language track? nope....

don't even bother downloading this hunk of junk

terrible


Review by yifyguy on Jan 25, 2016 Version: 4.1 OS: Windows 7 64-bit Ease of use: 1/10 Functionality: 1/10 Value for money: 1/10 Overall: 1/10




The tool is useless unless you pay.
I installed 4.1.9, but then it said i had to update from 4.1.2 to 4.1.9 and gave me a link to the exact same file i downloaded and used for the installation.

This is just a piece of crap and a waste of time.


Review by Paxmilitaris on Aug 3, 2015 Version: 4.1.9 OS: Windows 7 64-bit Ease of use: 1/10 Functionality: 1/10 Value for money: 1/10 Overall: 1/10




The 4.0 Open Edition does the DVD decryption.

@VideoHelp
You can host the Smart Edition for downloads too.


Review by Starbuck2010 on Aug 29, 2011 Version: 4.0 OS: Windows 7 64-bit Ease of use: 9/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 9/10




@JayBo
I believe "quiet" is supposed to be "quite" as in the phrase "quite a few". The words "quiet any" could have been replaced with the word "many" but the author's intent may have been to convey "almost any audio and video files".

I haven't used the windows tool since they split off the DVD decryption function to a members only version. I'm not sure if they have added it back to v4.0 so my ratings are based on much older releases of the program.



Review by gll99 on Jul 25, 2011 Version: DVDx 4.0 OS: WinXP Ease of use: 7/10 Functionality: 9/10 Value for money: 9/10 Overall: 9/10


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