DVD2one Updates to Version 2.2.0
A DVD to DVD+-R/RW backup tool that backups onto a single DVD-Recordable in 15-30 minutes, including movie-only backups or full backups, with audio remastering capabilities
From the Official Site :
With DVD2one you can make movie-only and full disk copies (of unprotected DVD files) for personal use on a single DVD-Recordable. Key features include:
- Unique video compression engine: combines blazing speed with the highest quality.
- Multi-processor, multi-core and multi-computer (grid) compatible.
- Process a movie to fit on a single recordable in a matter of 15 to 30 minutes (depending on the speed of your computer).
- Make movies-only copies. Why waste space and image quality on unnecessary intros, menus and language tracks?
- Make also full disk copies. For those who want to keep those fancy menus and intros.
- Powerful join mode. Useful for putting multiple episodes of a (tv) series or joining both sides of a flipper on 1 disk.
- Remaster your CDs on DVD in Super CD quality.
- Builtin burnengine.
- Written from scratch, not based on any old code, libraries or existing opensource projects.
- Time critical parts written in assembly, for the highest possible speed.
- Both PC Windows and Mac OS-X versions available.
The official change log for version 2.2.0 is as follows
- PC: Fixed Polish language.
- Added Czech language.
- Updated Portuguese language (thanks to Marco Pinto!).
- Completely rewritten and improved Audio Remaster engine.
- Based on the original V1 engine.
- User definable accuracy parameter (multiplier).
- Even with lowest multiplier (2) better sound quality than previous versions of DVD2one V2.
- Multi-core and multi-processor compatible.
- Added commandline interface to access Audio Remaster engine from other applications like SqueezeCenter for realtime use with the SqueezeBox.
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