CloneDVD mobile 1.1.5.0

Discussion in 'CloneDVD mobile' started by Peer, Jul 31, 2007.

  1. Peer

    Peer Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Version 1.1.5.0: 2007 07 31
    - added multipass support for improved quality
    - added new profiles: "Nokia 770", "Nokia E90"
    "Sony PSP 480x272 (AVC/H264)"
    "Sony PSP 720x480 (AVC/H264)"
    "Sony Playstation 3 (AVC/H264)"
    "Microsoft Zune (MP4)"
    "iubi Blue"
    "Archos 704 WiFi"
    - updated mencoder
    - device list restructured for better readability
    - several minor fixes and improvements
    - Updated languages
    ! Notes regarding the high resolution PSP profiles (and Playstation 3):
    - The resulting files must be placed in the \VIDEO folder on the
    PSP instead of MP_ROOT\....
    - Thumbnail files have the extension .JPG instead of .THM

    To download version 1.1.5.0 klick here
     
  2. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Nice. :) I'll be testing that out later. I like the addition of the PS3 profile.
     
  3. Peer

    Peer Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Yeah, I somehow underestimated the use of that :)
     
  4. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Indeed. I'm quite curious what the size/quality will be on that. I have a DVD I want to do that to, so, I'll check it out in a bit. Usually I use DivX but since it's not compatible with the PS3, I may switch to AVC. I should be able to play it on my laptop regardless.
     
  5. dav88

    dav88 Member

    Up to 3 passes! Great!
     
  6. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Thanks Peer, just backup a movie to my IPOD and it worked great. :bowdown:
     
  7. davbo7

    davbo7 Member

    It's slow but it works great! Thanks.

    FYI - be sure you save the encode to the video file and NOT the mp_root directory or it won't work.
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2007
  8. coen99

    coen99 New Member

    Great new features !
    Especially the 2 and 3 pass possibility.

    Keep up the good work on this great prog.
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2007
  9. sej7278

    sej7278 Well-Known Member

    just tried the 3-pass, and it took about three times the time as is to be expected, but made a much smaller file (about 50mb smaller, came to 700mb) and the quality looks better.

    strangely enough, encoding the same dvd rip that i attempted three times with 1140 and got audio out of sync every time; this time was perfectly in sync.

    i'm going to see if i can make a decent looking 45min, 350mb, 640x350 xvid later, like the tv episodes you see on p2p.

    Edit: I made a 44min, 330mb, 640x360 xvid with two-pass and it wasn't quite as good as the p2p-tv, but not very far off, you really had to look for blockiness to notice it. i guess a hdtv source is probably better than a dvd as well. it only took about 35-40mins to encode on my a 3gb/3ghz p4ht (running under vmware/win2003 on fedora 7 linux with 1gb ram alocated to windoze).

    so i guess two-pass really has made a difference, as previously a ~440mb/hour xvid would have been unwatchable.
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2007
  10. sislatsirep

    sislatsirep New Member

    Thanks! I just bought it because of this. I only wish you did this sooner, so I hadn't spent money on a crappy competitor's product that never worked right.
     
  11. justthedude

    justthedude Active Member

    OK, I'll ask the N00B question. I know how to make DivX. I've read on the forum that it's done with an underlying XviD engine.

    How do you make an XviD file?
     
  12. ivanX

    ivanX Translator (ru)

    You don't make an XviD file. You make an AVI file with DivX/XviD codec.
     
  13. Zeratul

    Zeratul Well-Known Member

    can you make a xvid .avi with cdvdm? is it just a matter of profiles?
     
  14. TrustMe

    TrustMe New Member

    Archos 407wifi - CloneDVD mobile 1150

    Clone DVD Mobile 1150 support Archos 407wifi but image size of 800 x 450 is not supported by this device.:(:(
     
  15. Peer

    Peer Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    You can, but I don't see a point. Below is a profile that will generate XviD (CloneDVD mobile 1.1.5.0 or higher required).
    The results in quality with identical filesizes comparing DivX and XviD are just as identical - for my eyes at least.

    And XviD takes considerably longer too.

    Try it yourself, let us know, what you think:

    [* Generic (XviD)]
    Res1=320x240
    Res2=480x360
    Res3=640x480
    Res4=720x540
    ResAna1=320x180
    ResAna2=480x270
    ResAna3=640x360
    ResAna4=720x404
    ResAna5=852x480
    AllowNativeTVResolution=1
    Format=avi
    moac=mp3lame
    movc=xvid
    mopts=-lameopts br=%abrate% -xvidencopts bitrate=%vbrate%%PASS%
    FileType=avi
    VTag=XVID
    ARate=48000
    ABRate=128
    MVolume=10
    Format=lavf
    lavfopts=format=avi
    FileType=avi
    Quality=23
    useMencoder=1
    SubTitle=1
    MaxVBitrate=3000
     
  16. ivanX

    ivanX Translator (ru)

    Why not make CloneDVDMobile a bit more like AutoGK. You put the size you want (700 Mb or 1.4Gb) and it will do the best job with auto resolution and set number of passes? Cheers ;)
     
  17. Peer

    Peer Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    This is pretty much what it does, when you move the quality slider, beneath you'll see the anticipated filesize. So you can set the required size this way.

    Note, that sometimes the file is way smaller than the setting, you selected.
    That is simply because the source video just doesn't contain enough resolution and quality - the transcoding algorithm just can't figure out a way to make a that bad compression :)
     
  18. Zeratul

    Zeratul Well-Known Member

    thanks for the xvid profile. ill have to give it a go and compare to divx
     
  19. sej7278

    sej7278 Well-Known Member

    i thought that as mencoder was used, you basically are creating an xvid all the time, just changing the header to divx?

    are you saying a different encoding is used?
     
  20. Peer

    Peer Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Yes, it's a different one.
    Xvid is through mencoders built-in xvid library, for Divx mencoder uses the divx codec from the libavcodec library, so there is a difference (pretty much completely different code is involved).