Download 64 bit version: https://www.elby.ch/download/beta/SetupCloneBD64_1252.exe Download 32 bit version: https://www.elby.ch/download/beta/SetupCloneBD_1252.exe 18.104.22.168 beta 2019-08-29 fix: windowed DVD style subtitles for MKV output were transparent (invisible) fix: support exotic audio formats (e.g. 4 channel 4.0 or 3.1) fix UI: weird gradually shrinking settings slider on selection page due to floating point rounding fix: crash when handling certain hidden playlist streams for "partial copy" with "maintain original menu" some minor fixes and improvements a few further known bugs are scheduled to be fixed in the next beta 22.214.171.124 beta 2019-08-21 changed: partial copies with "maintain original menu" retain stream slots for removed languages. This is a slight violation of BD specs, but allows correct language selection via menu. improved: better auto-trim algorithm for cutting off incompatible clips (different audio codec, missing streams, ...) when creating single-file output fixed crash on malformed CPI-Map on input (some bad authorings from a certain studio) fix: don't show "unnecessary compression warning" when rescaling MKV fix: progress page counts DolbyVision frames to fps fixed slow transcoding when audio is not compressed fixed a crash when transcoding DTS-HD streams fixed visual artifacts when decoding some interlaced VC-1 fixed DVD subtitles in .mkv files fixed LPCM 96 kHz decoding fixed BD menu interaction fixed E-AC3 in mp4 files fixed HEVC support for Windows XP 32-bit (still doesn't guarantee that XP can always encode HEVC due to memory/resources) improved MKV file layout updated AAC audio encoder updated HEVC to support more core (Ryzen 3900/3950X) updated AVC for better visual encoding quality many minor fixes and improvements updated languages Roadmap: following this beta, an official release will be issued. After that, we will be gradually adding improved hardware support, e.g. hardware accelerated 3D support for onboard Intel GPUs and HEVC support for AMD and Intel (if supported). 3D Hardware encoding shall setup the basis for full 3D disc-copy.