Slysoft CloneBD 188.8.131.52 Multilingual | 21.3 Mb
CloneBD lets you copy any unprotected Blu-ray to your hard drive, or any blank Blu-ray disc. With just a few clicks you can choose to make a partial copy of selected titles, audio languages, and subtitle languages, or you can do a straight 1:1 complete copy of your Blu-ray. CloneBD makes perfect 1:1 clones, but also compresses BD-50 to a single BD-25, BD-9 or BD-5.
CloneBD will also convert your Blu-ray discs to all popular file formats, such as .mp4, .mkv, .avi, and any devices like Android, iPhone/iPad, Smart TV, or any other current device. CloneBD supports all regions (A,B,C). There is no need to install a third party driver, since internal UDF 2.50 parser is already included. CloneBD supports multi-core CPUs and NVIDIA CUDA hardware acceleration for fastest copy speed.
3D Blu-ray and H.265/HEVC is not supported yet, but will be available soon. Please note that commercial Blu-rays might also require AnyDVD HD.
Copy Blu-ray disc 1:1 or partial to hard drive or blank BD-disc
Select audio tracks/languages and subtitle languages
Compresses BD-50 to a single BD-25, BD-9 or BD-5
Convert Blu-ray content into common file formats (mp4, mkv etc)
Supports all regions (A,B,C)
Easy title selection with included Blu-ray preview player
No driver needed, UDF 2.50 parser included
Multi-core CPUs and NVIDIA CUDA hardware acceleration
3D support coming soon...
H.265/HEVC support coming soon...
A Windows compatible PC with minimum 2 GHz Processor and 1 GB RAM
Administrator rights are required to install.
Blu-ray drive reader/writer
About 50-100 GB of temporary available hard-drive space is necessary to clone Blu-rays
- new: display estimated uncompressed output size on selection page, when creating partial BD copies. [#656]
- new: add burner log to CloneBD log file to further study spurious write errors on BD-Rs
- change: improved secondary video size estimation
- change: improved drop clips with differing streams/missing audio on MKV/MP4 encode [#3287]
- change: copy instead of compress secondary video
- change: size units for KB, MB, GB, TB have been changed from IEC binary representation (1024^x) to SI (decimal) representation (1000^x) to better match the sizes of storage media and for less confusion. If IEC values are to be displayed, they will be denoted with KiB, MiB, GiB, respectively.
- change: ensure user can not manually specify a non-empty temp path, as this can cause the result to be too large for the blank disc (append a postfix, if nonempty temp was specified) [#3346]
- change: log actual sectors when encountering read errors
- fix: skip unsupported CC in MPEG-2 [#2104]
- fix: support for very chatty x264 encoder used on some BDs
- minor fixes and improvements
- updated languages