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Windows 7: The First Free Software Blu-ray Encoder

27 Apr 2010   #1
TheSchaft

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The First Free Software Blu-ray Encoder

Announcing the First Free Software Blu-ray Encoder

posted by Thom Holwerda on Mon 26th Apr 2010 12:22 UTC at Announcing the First Free Software Blu-ray Encoder

A major milestone for the x264 project - and for Free software in general. "Thanks to tireless work by Kieran Kunyha, Alex Giladi, Lamont Alston, and the Doom9 crowd, x264 can now produce Blu-ray-compliant video. Extra special thanks to The Criterion Collection for sponsoring the final compliance test to confirm x264's Blu-ray compliance. With x264's powerful compression, as demonstrated by the incredibly popular BD-Rebuilder Blu-ray backup software, it's quite possible to author Blu-ray disks on DVD9s (dual-layer DVDs) or even DVD5s (single-layer DVDs) with a reasonable level of quality. With a free software encoder and less need for an expensive Blu-ray burner, we are one step closer to putting HD optical media creation in the hands of the everyday user."

Full announcement at: Diary Of An x264 Developer Announcing the first free software Blu-ray encoder"


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27 Apr 2010   #2
JazzSus

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Sounds great. Thanks for sharing
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27 Apr 2010   #3
echrada

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Thank you, very good news and very interesting!
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