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Old 19th January 2009, 11:58   #11  |  Link
jfcarbel
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- Ability to cut at end or to apply lower bitrate to end credits

info about encoding on final ISO/disc:
Not sure if this is within the spec, but if there is an area on the disc which will allow a text file to go un-noticed and not break spec, then it would be great to write an encode info text file with all the info about how this BD was encoded. For now the log file would probably be sufficient. But it would also be nice if the user could supply a movie title and their own comments that could be included in this file.

The below suggested features are more final touch features and make the software easier to use rather then truly necessary.

movie playlist and stream descriptions for each movie:
I am thinking that the biggest sticking point may be for non-techie people to be able to decide which options to pick for main movie, or extras to remove, etc. I am thinking that for each title their would be some way for expert users to create XML file that identifies all these and then Rebuilder is able to load these based on a unique discID. This way the user sees audio streams identified as AC3 German, Directors Commentary with..., Actors Commentary. And streams as Main Movie, Unrated Cut, Making of, etc. Then in the options there is an URL that could be supplied to download hosted master versions of these. Or to point a directory where these are stored.

ability to view/listen to streams to decide what to remove:
similar to Nero Recode today where one can choose any stream and view it or scroll thru it quickly with the arrow keys. And ability to choose audio stream and listen to it. This feature might make the above unneccessary.
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