Posted on Friday, September 30 2005 @ 01:14:50 CEST by LSDsmurf
The installer will detect if you have AviSynth installed... if you don't
the process will abort.
Will create a
"work" and "output" folder on your "documents"
configures Rebuilder to *one click mode using *QuEnc - "high quality
mode" enabled - *"dynamically assign cell bit rates" and
*"25% quality drop on extras" - work and output folder will be
defined as the ones choose during Install procedure.
The "Commercial Encoder's" routine will allow you to configure
the paths and definitions, of your favorite Encoder, on DVD Rebuilder. Just
don't forget to point the correct path to your CCE folder and then choose
the correct version during the procedure. If you plan to use ProCoder you'll
just have to point the version you have installed... the path on EclPRO will
be automatically defined and DVD Rebuilder will be set to use it - when this
routine starts it will look for all the versions of the Commercial Encoders
supported, you'll get an error message if none is detected - if you are
certain that you have CCE installed and still get the message, then you are
using an illegal copy, if you don't... contact me (anyway I made it
possible to continue the installation just for the case that the
"detection routine" has some bugs, so you'll be able to point the
installation folder and select the version... DVD Rebuilder will also be
configured with the data you submit).
Program Information Category:
Tools and Utilities Type:
Free Version: 0.95 Size: 4.53MB Works on: Windows