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DVD2One v1.0.2 released

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 19 Feb 2003 13:54 User comments (1)

The nice little DVD-R tool called DVD2One has been updated to a version 1.0.2 that contains some minor changes since the original v1.0 version.
The tool, that allows stripping out the unwanted material from DVD-9 discs in order to make them fit to single DVD-R disc (or DVD+R, DVD-RW or DVD+RW) with couple of clicks. The most interesting feature of the tool is however the ability to re-compress the video, if necessary, very, very quickly.

The changelog is here:
  • Fixed some small issues with the IFO files. This should fix the following problems:
    • Trial version didn't work correctly with Sony DVD players.
    • Some players had problems with NTSC/PAL mix in the IFO.
    • Some players stutter on the point of the original layer break when 'layer break bit' is set.
  • Added much asked feature to choose the destination size.
  • Added multi-language support (thanks to everybody who made the translations!).
  • Added support for CopyToDVD (After processing the result can be directly written to DVDR(W)).
  • New registration code system.


As usual, you can download the latest (trial) version from our site, from this URL:

http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/dvd-r_tools/dvd2one.cfm

You might also want to read our guide for using DVD2One and visit our DVD2One discussion forums.

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