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handbrake-jp: Commit

handbrake-jp project\'s main repository.


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Revisión22515477e1dde03524c1bdadcbcd63ddd11d2b3d (tree)
Tiempo2011-01-04 22:58:35
Autorunknown <hirom@.(no...>
Commiterhylom

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Add Install-prepare script, and fix translate of 'browse'

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--- a/win/C#/Installer/Installer.nsi
+++ b/win/C#/Installer/Installer.nsi
@@ -156,6 +156,7 @@ Section "Handbrake" SEC01
156156 File "doc\NEWS"
157157 File "doc\THANKS"
158158 File "doc\TRANSLATIONS"
159+ File "doc\readme_jp.txt"
159160 SectionEnd
160161
161162 Section -AdditionalIcons
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+++ b/win/C#/InstallerJp/doc/AUTHORS
@@ -0,0 +1,108 @@
1+AUTHORS file for HandBrake <http://handbrake.fr/>
2+
3+Eric Petit <titer@m0k.org>
4+ + Core (construct, multithreading, BeOS/OS X/Linux ports)
5+ + MPEG demuxer
6+ + MPEG-2, AC3 and MPGA decoders (w/ libmpeg2/liba52/libavcodec)
7+ + LPCM "decoder"
8+ + MPEG-4, MP3 and AAC encoders (w/ libavcodec/libxvidcore/libmp3lame/
9+ libfaac)
10+ + AC-3 pass-through
11+ + AVI muxer
12+ + MP4 muxer (w/ libmp4v2)
13+ + BeOS interface
14+ + OS X interface
15+ + French translation
16+
17+Laurent Aimar <fenrir@via.ecp.fr>
18+ + H264 and Vorbis encoders (w/ libx264/libvorbis)
19+ + OGG/OGM muxer (w/ libogg)
20+ + Gtk2 interface
21+ + wxWidgets interface
22+
23+Van Jacobson <vanj.hb@gmail.com> (van)
24+ + Universal input architecture
25+ + MPEG Standard Target Decoder timing model
26+ + Auto-typing MPEG stream files
27+ + Minor bug fixing in MPEG stream support
28+ + Minor dvd reader fixes
29+ + Chapter mark bug fixes
30+
31+John Allen (?) <johnallenemail@gmail.com> (johnallen)
32+ + Core enhancements
33+ + Threading enhancements
34+ + Simplified Mac OS X GUI
35+
36+Joe Crain <dynaflashtech@gmail.com> (dynaflash)
37+ + Mac OS X GUI enhancements/rewrite
38+
39+Damiano Galassi <damiog@gmail.com> (ritsuka)
40+ + Mac OS X GUI enhancements
41+
42+Edward Groenendaal <eddyg.hb@myreflection.org> (eddyg)
43+ + Major bug fixes
44+ + Subtitle scan & Colour
45+ + Performance improvements
46+
47+Rodney Hester <rhester@multics.dynalias.com> (rhester)
48+ + iPod firmware 1.2+ 640x480 MPEG-4/H.264 support
49+
50+Andrew Kimpton <awk@awkward.org> (awk)
51+ + MPEG Audio fixes
52+ + MPEG Stream Support
53+
54+Chris Lee <clee@kde.org>
55+ + PAR/anamorphic support
56+ + dvdread enhancements
57+ + Linux GUI
58+
59+Chris Long <chris.long@mac.com> (chrislong)
60+ + iPod firmware 1.2+ 640x480 MPEG-4/H.264 support
61+
62+Brian Mario <Unknown> (brianmario)
63+ + Windows GUI
64+
65+Maurj <handbrake@maurj.com> (maurj)
66+ + Dolby Surround and Dolby Pro Logic II mixdowns
67+ + 6-channel AAC audio from 5.1 source
68+ + Mono AAC audio from mono source
69+ + PAR/anamorphic support in mp4 file format
70+ + Chapter markers in mp4 file format
71+ + Mac OS X GUI enhancements
72+ + Support for DTS audio sources
73+
74+Mirkwood <mirkwood07@gmail.com> (mirkwood)
75+ + Windows CLI port
76+
77+Nyx <unknown> (Nyx)
78+ + Frame re-ordering and flushing in mp4
79+
80+Philippe Rigaux <pri@nopapers.org> (prigaux)
81+ + 3rd party library integration
82+ + Mac OS X GUI enhancements
83+ + PAR/anamorphic support
84+ + Universal binary build process
85+ + Conversion from jam to make for compiles
86+
87+Jonathon Rubin <jb.rubin@gmail.com> (jbrjake)
88+ + Massive core enhancements
89+ + Significant improvements to H.264 support
90+
91+Scott <unknown> (s55)
92+ + Windows GUI
93+
94+John Stebbins <jstebbins.hb@gmail.com> (j45)
95+ + GTK GUI
96+ + TrueHD demuxing
97+ + libavcodec video encoding quality enhancements
98+ + Numerous bug fixes
99+
100+Chris Thoman <cthoman@gmail.com> (huevos_rancheros)
101+ + Ported video filters from libmpcodec
102+
103+Mark Krenek <markkrenek@mac.com> (travistex)
104+ + Mac OS X GUI enhancements
105+ + Mac OS X GUI Queueing system
106+
107+Kona 'mike' Blend <Kona8lend@gmail.com> (KonaBlend)
108+ + Build System and related guides
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1+CREDITS file for HandBrake <http://handbrake.fr/>
2+
3+HandBrake uses many cool libraries from the GNU/Linux world.
4+Thank their authors!
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6+liba52 authors:
7+ Aaron Holtzman
8+ Michel Lespinasse
9+ Gildas Bazin
10+ Billy Biggs
11+ Eduard Hasenleithner
12+ H虧an Hjort
13+ Charles M. Hannum
14+ Chris Hodges
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50+ Pascal Levesque
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104+ Richard Chen
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108+ sergent@io.com
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110+ Michael Rossberg
111+ Luis F. Ramirez
112+ Petter Reinholdtsen
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116+ Michel Lespinasse
117+ Bruno Barreyra
118+ Gildas Bazin
119+ Alexander W. Chin
120+ Stephen Crowley
121+ Didier Gautheron
122+ Ryan C. Gordon
123+ Peter Gubanov
124+ H虧an Hjort
125+ Nicolas Joly
126+ Gerd Knorr
127+ David I. Lehn
128+ Olie Lho
129+ Rick Niles
130+ Real Ouellet
131+ Bajusz Peter
132+ Franck Sicard
133+ Brion Vibber
134+ Martin Vogt
135+ Fredrik Vraalsen
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137+libogg authors:
138+ Christopher Montgomery
139+
140+libsamplerate authors:
141+ Erik de Castro Lopo
142+
143+libvorbis authors:
144+ Christopher Montgomery
145+
146+libx264 authors:
147+ Laurent Aimar
148+
149+libxvidcore authors:
150+ Christoph Lampert
151+ Michael Militzer
152+ Peter Ross
153+ Benjamin Herrenschmidt
154+ Daniel Smith
155+ Dirk Knop
156+ Edouard Gomez
157+ Guillaume Morin
158+ MinChen
159+ Pascal Massimino
160+ Radoslaw Czyz
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1+NEWS file for HandBrake <http://handbrake.fr/>
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3+Changes between 0.9.3 and 0.9.4:
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5+Core:
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7+* New build system, allowing 64-bit binaries (around 10% faster)
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11+ - SRT subtitle import
12+ - Text soft subtitles in MP4 and MKV output
13+ - Bitmap soft subtitles in MKV output
14+* Better support for DVD inputs:
15+ - Uses libdvdnav
16+ - DVD angles support
17+ - Workaround for libdvdread malloc bomb on invalid PGC entry
18+ - DVD drive region detection support in Linux
19+ - Handles DVD programs with more than 16 streams
20+ - No longer tries to detect and discard duplicate titles when scanning
21+ - Libdvdnav patched to perform read error recovery
22+ - Libdvdread patched to allow raw device access in Windows
23+ - Handles poorly mastered DVDs that had the menus ripped out of them
24+* Better support for non-DVD inputs:
25+ - Preserves MP4 metadata
26+ - TrueHD
27+ - DTS-HD demuxing
28+ - 8 bit audio
29+ - Better handling of transport streams where audio starts first
30+ - Better handling of transport streams that have been spliced together, leading to duplicate timestamps
31+ - Better VC-1 frame detection
32+ - Fixes bug that was causing one sec. of audio to be dropped on many ffmpeg files
33+ - Looks harder for aspect ratio info from DV sources
34+ - No longer truncates the last (dummy) chapter
35+ - Allows specifying field parity for detelecine and decomb
36+* Better AV sync
37+* Support for sources with no audio
38+* DTS passthrough for MKV
39+* x264 bumped from r1169 to r1347, which means speed optimizations, new default settings (see r2742 commit comment), the magic of macroblock tree rate control (mbtree), a new CRF curve (meaning you will get different, generally lower bitrates at the same RF, with similar quality metrics), and weighted P-Frames (disabled by default for Baseline encodes and the AppleTV preset).
40+* Better sample interleaving
41+* Better, optional deinterlacer for decomb (EEDI2)
42+* New mode structure for the decomb filter
43+* Variable verbose logging levels
44+* Fixed timing for first two frames coming out of filters
45+* Libtheora bumped to 1.1.0
46+* Improvements to our theora implementation (2 pass encoding + soft target rate control)
47+* Caters to Theora's insistence on content having mod16 framing dimensions specified
48+* Flushes LAME encoder's final packets
49+* Fixed interjob framerate calculation
50+* Fixed pthreads regression in cygwin
51+* Tweaks for packaging tools
52+* Solaris 10 build support
53+
54+All interfaces:
55+
56+* Live video preview
57+* New subtitle tab
58+* New filters and picture settings inspector
59+* Custom anamorphic mode
60+* Updated Sparkle
61+* Custom number of preview images
62+* Quality slider now works off actual rate factor/quantizer values instead of percentages
63+* Partially updated advanced x264 tab
64+* New built-in presets
65+* Use libdvdnav by default on DVD sources
66+* Removed Constant QP encoding option for x264 (use CRF)
67+* Various bug fixes and UI tweaks
68+* x264 turbo 1st pass mode now uses subme=2 not subme=1
69+
70+Mac:
71+
72+* Core Audio AAC encoding
73+* H.264 video source decoding crash fixed
74+* Queue displays varying row heights based on encode settings
75+* Fixed EyeTV package scanning
76+* 64bit / 32 bit VLC detection
77+* Preset import/export
78+
79+Windows:
80+
81+* New audio tab
82+* AAC audio source decoding bug fixed
83+* Tray minimization is now optional
84+* Queue can now be started from main window
85+* Growl for Windows notification support
86+* General UI improvements
87+* Preset import
88+* Preferred language control for audio dubs and subtitles
89+* Fixed file extensions resetting to m4v when enabling chapter markers in mkv
90+* Faster updating of GUI elements from CLI data
91+* Cleanup / Improved some of the programs options. (Growl, use m4v, drive detection)
92+* Numerous fixes in the Picture Settings Panel and CLI Query Handling code.
93+* Bug Fixes and Usability improvements.
94+
95+Linux:
96+
97+* General UI improvements
98+* Inhibits sleep mode while encoding
99+* Single title scan
100+* Chapter duration display
101+* Notifications when encodes complete
102+* Tray minimization
103+* Full screen preview
104+* Preset import/export
105+* Preferred language control for audio dubs and subtitles
106+* Preferences rearrangement
107+* Preference to auto-apply .m4v extension
108+* New system tray icon behavior
109+* Preference for what to do when encode completes
110+* Preference for how often to delete activity logs
111+* Preference to disable automatic scanning
112+* New Gnome session manager support
113+* Improved "auto" audio selection
114+* Use .m4v as the default extension for the MPEG-4 container
115+* Use .m4v when soft subs are enabled
116+* Alternate angle encoding fix
117+* Only strips drive letters for Windows builds
118+* Show correct audio format info when it's been sanitized for incompatibilities
119+* Preserve chapter list modifications made to queued jobs
120+* Fixed error when navigating chapter titles with the keyboard
121+* Bug Fixes.
122+
123+CLI:
124+
125+* Options to handle new subtitle, anamorphic, and preview features
126+* --srt-file, --srt-codeset, --srt-offset, --srt-lang, --srt-default
127+* --native-dub option lets users request dubbing instead of subs when the audio isn't in their native language
128+* Allow encoding sources with no audio without explicitly stating -a none
129+* Update checker on MinGW built exe should now work correctly.
130+* Matches GUIs' default verbosity level of 1
131+
132+Changes between 0.9.2 and 0.9.3:
133+
134+0.9.3 Snapshot 5 -> 0.9.3 Final
135+- Better PMT processing
136+- Basic underlying support for live previews (encode from a seek point for a set number of frames)
137+- Better searching for IDR frames in H.264 streams
138+- Preset changes (iPhone goes CRF, some old Apple presets resurrected as Legacy)
139+- Assorted bug fixes
140+
141+0.9.3 Snapshot 4 -> 0.9.3 Snapshot 5 (r1913)
142+Core Library
143+- VC-1 stream input
144+- Newer libmp4v2, which fixes the issue with output > 2 gigs in Linux
145+- Proper allocation for preview frames
146+- Avoids corruption of previews of sources that use widths that aren't cleanly divisible by 8
147+- Decodes DTS internally instead of using ffmpeg, to allow mixdowns
148+- Better support for DTS in MKV files with implicit timestamps or large timestamp errors
149+- Ensures proper chroma size by rounding up when dealing with odd dimensions
150+- Ensures "auto" samplerate sends a valid value to faac (22050, 24000, 32000, 44100, or 48000)
151+- Bumped Theora to 1.0 final
152+- Bumped x264 to r1024, which includes Nehalem optimizations as well as speed boosts for things such as b-adapt=2
153+
154+Mac GUI
155+- Allows multibyte characters in chapter titles
156+
157+Windows GUI
158+- Fixes issue parsing presets that use maxWidth and maxHeight (-X and -Y)
159+- DRC defaults to 1 now
160+- Chapter markers disabled for non-DVD sources
161+- Makes sure Normal preset gets loaded
162+- Fixes arithmetic overflow crash when scanning
163+
164+Linux GUI
165+- Update checker
166+- Limits range of chapters to encode to the number of chapters on the DVD
167+- Disabled entry of dimensions larger than the source
168+
169+CLI
170+- Allows overriding of audio (tracks, bitrates, samplerates, codecs, mixdowns) and x264 options in built-in presets
171+
172+Documentation
173+- Documentation updates have begun on the wiki, although they are not yet complete
174+
175+0.9.3 Snapshot 3 -> 0.9.3 Snapshot 4 (r1896)
176+Core Library
177+- Converts video in other color spaces to YUV420 (this means DV support)
178+- Official, standards-based AC3-in-MP4
179+- Tries to base the AV timing for streams off audio when possible
180+- Keeps some audio fixes for lost packets in over the air streams from interfering with other sources
181+- Handles rendering of sources where the picture resolution changes mid-stream (this fixes the long-standing bug reading a particular episode of Doctor Who)
182+- Wider window for clock references (AV sync)
183+- Fixed a crash when closing out data for AAC encoding on aborted encodes
184+- Rejiggered verbose activity log display to be more laconic by default
185+- Updated x264 to r1016, which means b-rdo and bime are gone and replaced with new subme modes
186+- DTS and HDMV DTS audio support in streams
187+- Doesn't show the audio track button on iPhones/iPod Touches unless there's more than 1 track
188+- Tries to avoid garbage data from AC3 sync by searching for two agreeing packets
189+- As the MPEG4IP project is defunct, switched to an independently maintained libmp4v2 which has folded in all our cumbersome patches
190+- Fixed SunOS compilation
191+- Fixed conflict between maxHeight and maxWidth and loose anamorphic
192+- Warn in the log when titles are being ignored during scan for lack of audio
193+- Fixed bug with Slow/Slowest deinterlacing and decomb which could leave a flickering line at the top or bottom of the screen
194+- Extracts audio and subtitle types from DVD sources, to do things like label commentary tracks
195+- Better handling of the beginning of AVI and WMV sources that start after time 0
196+- Optimize MP4 for web download works with AC3 tracks now
197+
198+Mac GUI
199+- Nested presets
200+- Individual activity logs for each encode (stored by default in ~/Application Support/HandBrake, can be co-located with encoded file destination by preference)
201+- Allows reading from ZFS volumes
202+- Fixed target size mode. It keeps breaking itself. Maybe it should just be put out of its misery...
203+- Assorted other improvements
204+
205+Windows GUI
206+- Nested presets
207+- Individual activity logs for each encode
208+- Slow and slower deinterlacing and decomb work now in Windows
209+- Added resizeable update window
210+- Fixed parsing of non-DVD source audio formats
211+- Restored Copy to Clipboard to the Activity Log Window, among other enhancements to it
212+- Fixed bug with MKV presets showing up as .m4v
213+- Assorted other improvements
214+
215+Linux GUI (GTK)
216+- Nested presets
217+- Individual activity logs for each encode
218+- Allows pending queue items to be removed, and reloaded in the main window for editing
219+- Better handling of HD previews
220+- Assorted other improvements
221+
222+CLI
223+- Updated presets to the equivalent of the nested ones in the GUIs
224+- Allows setting custom audio track names in MP4 files
225+- Allows selection of the COLR atom in MP4 files, between Bt.601 and Bt.709
226+- Fixed reading of device paths in OS X
227+
228+A special note on the new presets (they're collapsible-triangle-folder-thing-errific!)
229+- Deux Six Quatre, Blind, Broke, and Bedlam are gone. They were dead weight.
230+- iPod Low-Rez is now iPod Classic & iPod Nano
231+- iPod High-Rez is now iPod Legacy
232+- iPhone / iPod Touch is now iPhone & iPod Touch, so take care CLI users
233+- Animation and Television now use the decomb and detelecine (VFR) filters
234+- High Profile presets now use psy-trellis and the new subme 9 mode with B-frame RD refinement
235+- AppleTV is now CRF, so sizes will vary with content
236+- PS3 preset should be fixed
237+- Constant Quality Rate still needs its quality % lowered, probably
238+
239+The keen reader is already asking "iPod Legacy? WTF is iPod High-Rez called iPod Legacy now?"
240+
241+The answer is Universal.
242+
243+The Universal preset is designed to play on all modern iPods (anything newer than the iPod 5.5G). It also plays on iPhones. It also plays on AppleTVs. It should also play just about anywhere else, hence the name. It is full anamorphic DVD resolution--no tricks with downscaling like stuff from the iTunes Store. It includes chapters, and has the first audio track in both AAC (DPL2 downmixed) and AC3 pass-thru, just like the AppleTV preset. In fact, it should give the same quality as the AppleTV preset, but faster...and at a larger file size. Like the AppleTV preset, it used CRF, so sizes will vary.
244+
245+0.9.3 Snapshot2 -> 0.9.3 Snapshot 3 (r1797)
246+Core Library:
247+- Universal input support, utilizing libavcodec from the FFmpeg project for decoding non-MPEG-2 video
248+- Newer, faster, better version of the x264 codec, including psychovisual optimizations
249+- Better AV sync through full compliance with the MPEG Standard Target Decoder timing model
250+- More accurate auto-cropping
251+- Support for New Zealand and Norwegian HDTV broadcasts (H.264 and AAC-LATM in MPEG-TS)
252+- Detelecine is now "VFR detelecine" by default, dropping some frames and extending others to make up lost time, old behavior of keeping duplicate frames is enabled by selecting a framerate besides "Same as source"
253+- Threaded deinterlacing in Slow and Slower modes
254+- Threaded and entirely rewritten decomb filter
255+- Better audio resampling interpolator
256+- Better gamma in QuickTime through the use of the COLR MP4 atom
257+- Better constant quality encoding when using FFmpeg
258+- Hopefully better cache and virtual memory performance by recycling buffers that were most recently used instead of least
259+- Fix for MP4s with "negative duration" errors.
260+- Set the detelecine filter to work better with PAL by using "loose" breaks
261+- Fix for missing initial H.264 NAL units, improves reliability of 8x8dct
262+- Fix for subtitle-scan with XviD encoding
263+- Fix for crash at the end of 2nd pass using x264
264+- Deblock filter works now
265+- Rewritten update system, so the core library can read a portion of Sparkle appcasts.
266+- Updates for libsamplerate, libogg, xvidcore, libtheora, libmpeg2, lame, faac, and of course ffmpeg and x264.
267+
268+Mac GUI
269+- Entirely rewritten and far more flexible queue that can be saved between sessions, capable of preserving queued items after a crash
270+- Now requires vlc 0.9.xx to read protected dvd's in the users /Applications folder
271+- Fix for 4x3 loose anamorphic to keep it from downscaling
272+- Countless other improvements
273+
274+Windows GUI
275+- Resolution calculation
276+- Better preset bar
277+- Better queue (including queue recovery feature)
278+- Better activity log window
279+- Improved UI (layout changes, animated x264 options, DVD drive detection, duration displayed)
280+- More options - includes support for custom auto name format & starting the CLI minimized
281+- Countless other improvements
282+
283+Linux GUI (GTK)
284+- It's alive!
285+
286+Known Issues in Snapshot 3
287+- Possibility of a flickering line at the top or bottom of the frame after Slow or Slower deinterlacing or decombing
288+- Input bitrate display may be off by a factor of 100 for H.264-in-TS sources
289+- Constant Quality Rate preset probably needs a lower quality level (60% - 55%)
290+- With non-DVD sources that don't have AC3 audio, you can't encode 1 input audio track to multiple output audio tracks
291+- Slow and Slower deinterlacing and decombing are BROKEN in Windows
292+- QuickTime won't read Xvid-in-MP4 output, although VLC will
293+- Windows GUI does not detect all audio tracks from non-DVD sources
294+
295+0.9.3 Snapshot 1 -> 0.9.3 Snapshot 2 (r1477)
296+Core Library:
297+- Anamorphic PAR for the AVI container
298+- Allow constant frame rates when they different from the source's frame rate (otherwise pass through the variable MPEG-2 frame durations )
299+- Decomb filter (selectively deinterlaces when it sees interlacing in the frame)
300+- Filter bug fixed, that would skip any filters after detelecine, if VFR wasn't enabled
301+- Loose anamorphic + FFmpeg video bug fixed
302+
303+Windows GUI:
304+- Title dropdown list bug fixed
305+- Missing log file bug fixed
306+
307+CLI:
308+- Default audio samplerate changed to 48kHz, audio bitrate changed to 160kbps.
309+- Samplerate entry bug fixed
310+
311+0.9.2 -> 0.9.3 Snapshot 1 (r1457)
312+Core Library:
313+- New audio subsystem (no more AAC+AC3, control each track's codec and settings individually)
314+- Removed libdvdcss (HandBrake no longer decrypts DVDs on its own, will use VLC to do so if it's available)
315+- Added Theora encoder
316+- Fixed x264-in-avi and ffmpeg-in-avi
317+- Fixed xvid
318+- More accurate scaling
319+- Major sync improvements
320+- Major stream improvements
321+- AAC+AC3 support in MKV
322+- MKV seeking fixes
323+- Make sure subtitles get displayed long enough to read them
324+- Updated VBV 2-pass and VBV 1-pass patch for x264
325+- Adaptive Quantization for x264
326+- Recover from bad preview scans
327+- Recover from invalid PGNs
328+- Fixed vorbis bitrate control
329+- Snapshot builds
330+
331+Mac:
332+- New audio interface
333+- Loads libdvdcss from VLC at runtime if it's present on the user's system
334+- No more general-purpose "Codecs" menu -- set video and audio codecs individually
335+- More robust preset system, in preparation for nested presets
336+- Made 64-bit MP4 file widget more prominent
337+- Only allow useful x264 options in the advanced tab
338+- Various fixes and improvements
339+
340+Windows:
341+- New x264 tab
342+- New audio interface
343+- Various fixes and improvements
344+
345+CLI:
346+- New audio interface
347+
348+Changes between 0.9.1 and 0.9.2:
349+
350+CORE
351+
352+- AC3 in MP4 support
353+- Multi-track audio support for Apple devices
354+- Better handling of audio discontinuities
355+- More flexible, "loose" anamorphic
356+- Variable frame rate encoding
357+- MP4 optimization for progressive downloads
358+- Dynamic range compression for encoding from AC3 audio
359+- Ability to encode an audio stream and pass it through at the same time
360+- iPhone-compatible anamorphic (pasp atom)
361+- Robust program and transport stream support
362+- Better handling of DVD read errors from invalid VOB units
363+- Detects and works around missing end of cell markers
364+- Recovers from loss of signal in a stream
365+- Drops subtitles less often
366+- Keeps chapter markers in better sync and prevents duplicates
367+- Better handling of B-Frames
368+- Tunes FIFO sizes by CPU count
369+- Finally squashes the bug that cut off the end of movies
370+- Preset changes
371+- Standardizes on standard out for progress and standard error for everything else.
372+- Correct channel counts when passing AC3 audio to Matroska
373+- Tag MP4 files as encoded with HandBrake
374+- No more merging short chapters
375+- Newer copies of x264,
376+- VBV 2-pass patch for x264
377+- Sets keyframes for x264 by frame rate.
378+- Support for >2GB MKV files in Linux
379+- Code audio languages in a way QuickTime understands
380+- Better subtitle positioning
381+- Fewer crashes in 2-pass encoding
382+
383+MAC
384+
385+- Leopard Only
386+- Sparkle
387+- Reads .eyetv files as well as .dvdmedia files
388+- Much better queue
389+- More white space
390+- Code restructuring
391+- Activity window logging, complete with a "black box recorder" for crashes
392+- Ability to open a single title for a DVD instead of scanning the whole thing
393+- Warns people when they try to queue up two files with the same name
394+- Maintains picture filter states between jobs
395+- .xib Interface Builder files SVN can track
396+- Switches to NSImageView for previews, so no more useless OpenGL effects
397+- Temporary loss of localizations for foreign languages (the old system was broken anyway)
398+- Separate filter settings for every queued job
399+
400+WIN
401+
402+- Revamped preset system
403+- Sparkle-compatible update checker
404+- Activity log window
405+- CLI built-in preset parsing
406+- No more admin rights required in Vista
407+- Handles more display resolutions
408+
409+CLI
410+
411+- Built-in presets
412+- Short names for denoising (weak, medium, strong) and deinterlacing (fast, slow, slower)
413+- Solaris port
414+- No more x264b30 (use -e x264 -I -x level=30:cabac=0 instead or better yet an iPod preset)
415+- Chapter marker .csv input fixed
416+- CRF as default quality mode for x264, now -q is CRF and if you want CQP add -Q to it
417+
418+Changes between 0.9.0 and 0.9.1:
419+
420+ Core HandBrake Changes:
421+ + Added: Forced subtitle support
422+ + Added: 6-channel Vorbis audio
423+ + Changed: Much better buffer management, leading to impressive speed-ups all over the place
424+ + Changed: Color subtitles now display in color, instead of being transparent.
425+ + Changed: All errors to stderr with hb_log() instead of to stdout with fprintf()
426+ + Changed: Accept stream input where the file type is in caps (.VOB instead of just .vob, etc)
427+ + Changed: Better quality Vorbis codec (AoTuV)
428+ + Changed: Faster (threaded) ffmpeg
429+ + Changed: Force x264 to use a key frame at chapter markers
430+ + Changed: Try to recover from bad preview scans instead of crashing
431+ + Fixed: No more hanging when using MKV with chapter markers
432+ + Fixed: "Same as source" FPS now works correctly when the end-credits of a progressive film are interlaced.
433+ + Fixed: "Slow" deinterlacing no longer doubles up the chapter markers
434+ + Fixed: Proper display of fading subtitles
435+ + Fixed: Nasty artifacts from inaccurate rounding in the video scaler
436+ + Fixed: Improved compatibility with streams that have missing/misplaced PMTs
437+ Assorted other changes
438+
439+ Mac Changes:
440+ + Changed: Bigger buffer for the Activity Log
441+ + Changed: Redesigned Queueing window
442+ + Changed: Redesigned Preferences window
443+ + Changed: Structural reorganization of the code into more segmented files
444+ + Fixed: Closing the main window no longer causes HandBrake to quit
445+ + Fixed: Changing dimensions in Picture Settings no longer causes a crash
446+ + Fixed: Target size bitrate calculation
447+ + Fixed: Picture Settings previews now scale to display resolution and screen size
448+ Assorted other changes
449+
450+ Windows Changes:
451+ + Added: More robust exception handling
452+ + Added: On-completion options to shutdown, suspend, etc
453+ + Added: Turn tooltips on or off
454+ + Changed: Open source, NullSoft installer
455+ + Fixed: Add-to-queue issues
456+ + Fixed: Foreign language issues
457+ Assorted other changes
458+
459+Changes between 0.8.5b1 and 0.9.0:
460+
461+ Core HandBrake Changes
462+ + Added: Matroska (MKV) container output
463+ + Added: Limited MPEG-2 transport stream (.VOB and .TS) input support
464+ + Added: Option to write MP4 files larger than 4GB
465+ + Added: Video filters (pullup, yadif, mcdeint, hqdn3d, pp7)
466+ + Added: DTS audio input
467+ + Changed: Switched to Lanczos scaling from libswscale
468+ + Changed: Precise chapter marker location
469+ + Changed: Newer libraries
470+ + Changed: Much faster (threaded) iPod encoding
471+ + Changed: "Same as source" works differently (better?) now
472+ + Fixed: Audio drops should be thoroughly banished now
473+ + Fixed: MP2 audio support
474+ Assorted other changes
475+
476+ CLI Changes:
477+ + Added: Chapter naming
478+ + Added: Many new command line options for subtitles and filters.
479+ + Added: Turbo for 2-pass x264 encodes
480+ Assorted other changes
481+
482+ Mac Changes:
483+ + Added: Chapter naming
484+ + Added: Growl support
485+ + Added: Advanced x264 settings tab
486+ + Added: Logging window
487+ + Added: Turbo for 2-pass x264 encodes
488+ + Added: Many new presets
489+ + Added: Unified toolbar
490+ + Changed: Default settings
491+ + Changed: Further integration of the queue and active queuing
492+ + Changed: Browse DVDs like any other volumes
493+ + Fixed: No more floating window syndrome (Mac)
494+ + Fixed: Presets retain "magic sauce" when you change settings
495+ Assorted other changes
496+
497+ Windows Changes:
498+ + Changed: New C#-based Windows GUI front-end
499+ + Changed: Improved queuing
500+ + Changed: DVD information parser
501+ Assorted other changes
502+
503+Changes between 0.8.0b1 and 0.8.5b1
504+
505+ Core HandBrake Changes
506+ + Added: iTunes-style chapter markers.
507+ + Added: 5.1 AAC surround sound.
508+ + Added: Dolby Pro Logic I and II downmixing of discrete surround sound.
509+ + Added: 1-channel AAC sound from monophonic sources.
510+ + Added: Advanced x264 options. (including High Profile support)
511+ + Added: B-frames in x264 + .mp4
512+ + Added: PPC Linux Support.
513+ + Added: Preserve language IDs from the DVD in .mp4
514+ + Added: Snapshot build method.
515+ + Added: Anamorphic video display in QuickTime.
516+ + Changed: Renamed back to HandBrake.
517+ + Changed: Libraries updated.
518+ + Changed: Enabled Update Checker.
519+ + Fixed: Multiple Audio tracks.
520+ + Fixed: Sped up DVD scanning time by being nicer to libdvdread.
521+ + Fixed: .dmg is now mountable in Mac OS X versions older than 10.4
522+ + Fixed: Proper output size from x264 in target size mode.
523+ + Fixed: Allows output sizes larger than 2 gigs in Linux.
524+ + Fixed: Several small memory leaks have been plugged.
525+ + Fixed: Fixes for 64-bit systems.
526+ + Fixed: Keep Aspect Ratio is no longer forced, so user-set height values are respected.
527+
528+ CLI Interface Changes
529+ + Added: Customize maximum width and height while keeping aspect ratio
530+ + Changed: Much prettier help screen
531+ + Changed: HBTest/MediaForkCLI renamed to HandBrakeCLI
532+ + Fixed: Better display of audio and subtitle ids
533+
534+ Mac GUI Changes
535+ + Added: Presets! Includes initial ones for AppleTV, iPod, and PS3.
536+ + Added: Preference option to auto-name output files with the DVD name and title number.
537+ + Added: Preset support for x264 options.
538+ + Changed: Remembers last destination path.
539+ + Changed: Remembers last source path.
540+ + Changed: Copy and paste in text fields.
541+ + Changed: Updates target size more quickly.
542+ + Changed: Mac GUI no longer retains target size values between enqueued jobs. (http://HandBrake.m0k.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=249)
543+ + Fixed: Preview frames are no longer distorted in anamorphic mode.
544+ + Fixed: Mac GUI no longer floats above other windows.
545+ + Fixed: Browse by file no longer dims the browse button preventing you from changing browse locations without switching back and forth between it and drive selection. (http://HandBrake.m0k.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=342)
546+ + Fixed: Makes sure destination directory is valid.
547+ + Fixed: Fills in the file save field with the current output name instead of leaving it blank.
548+ + Fixed: Update destination field with the current path instead of using the last one, which could have been a DVD.
549+
550+ Windows GUI Changes ñ Version 2.2 beta 1
551+ + Added: A few presets for the iPod in the menu.
552+ + Added: Ability to set default settings for all program encode options.
553+ + Added: Ability to turn off Automatic Update check on start-up. See Tools > Options
554+ + Added: Mod 16 check on the Height and Width boxes.
555+ + Added: Check the amount of hard disk space left is not running low when saving file.
556+ + Added: Option to have a Read DVD window showup on start-up.
557+ + Added: ìView DVD dataî Menu item in the tools menu.
558+ + Added: Links to the Homepage, forum, wiki and documentation page in the Help menu.
559+ + Added: Chapter markers check box (New feature in 0.8.5b1 CLI)
560+ + Changed: View DVD Information no longer appears after clicking the ìBrowseî button.
561+ + Changed: A few changes to the GUI - replaced textboxes with Dropdowns which auto-populate.
562+ + Changed: Auto Crop and Aspect text now automatically update when a new title is selected.
563+ + Changed: Several tweaks to the GUI design, remove a few text items that are no longer needed.
564+ + Changed: Ability to Queue videos enabled with completely re-written code.
565+ + Changed: Ability to queue stuff up while the encoding process is running.
566+ + Changed: Ability to remove items from the encode queue while is running.
567+ + Changed: Anamorphic option blanks out resolution boxes.
568+ + Changed: Re-written update checker.
569+ + Changed: Ability to turn off update check on start-up in Tools > Options
570+ + Changed: Auto Crop option now fills in figures into text boxes when selected.
571+ + Changed: Mp4 now default output file extension.
572+ + Changed: Enabled 5.1 AAC option.
573+ + Changed: Enabled h264 advanced options.
574+ + Changed: Updated the FAQ.
575+ + Changed: Included new version of HandBrake. Version 0.8.5b1.
576+ + Fixed: Pixel Ratio Not being saved with the profile.
577+ + Removed: Both ìView Dataî buttons on the Title Selection Window.
578+ + Removed: The ìRead DVDî button. - Automatically reads the DVD after selecting a source now.
579+ + Removed: The Help and Support window. Been replaced with a few Web Links.
580+
581+
582+Changes between 0.7.1 and 0.8.0
583+ + MediaFork project forked from HandBrake source <http://handbrake.m0k.org/>
584+ + Updated libraries (meaning better quality, hopefully fewer bugs, and increased speeds)
585+ + iPod 5.5G support
586+ + Revamped graphical interface (Mac OS X)
587+ + Anamorphic encoding with pixel aspect ratio
588+ + Brighter color reproduction in QuickTime
589+ + Lists disks by DVD name instead of by drive name (Mac OS X)
590+ + Titles output movies based on the DVD name (Mac OS X)
591+ + 32Khz audio output
592+ + Constant rate factor encoding with x264
593+ + New preference item to turn deinterlacing on by default (Mac OS X)
594+ + New preference item to select the default audio language (Mac OS X)
595+ + Bugfix for reading straight from a DVD
596+
597+Changes between 0.7.0 and 0.7.1
598+ + Universal Binary for PPC and Intel
599+ + Bugfixes for missing subtitles, audio glitches with LPCM tracks and more
600+
601+Changes between 0.7.0-beta3 and 0.7.0
602+ + Multithreaded H.264 encoding with x264
603+ + Added option for H.264 Baseline (suitable for iPods)
604+ + (Very) experimental queue support
605+ + Fixes for some DVD titles HandBrake would not recognize
606+ + Fixes audio gliches when encoding from LPCM tracks
607+
608+Changes between 0.6.2 and 0.7.0-beta3
609+ + Chapters selection
610+ + Custom framerate
611+ + Subtitle support
612+ + Check for updates
613+ + Custom aspect ratio
614+ + Audio samplerate selection
615+ + mp4/H.264 output
616+ + Proper NTSC support
617+ + AC3 pass-through
618+ + Progress bar in the dock icon (OS X)
619+ + 2-pass H.264 encoding
620+ + Constant quality encoding
621+ + Grayscale encoding
622+ + Up-to-date BeOS UI
623+
624+Changes between 0.6.1 and 0.6.2
625+ + Support for DVDs with MPEG audio tracks
626+ + Rewrote the DVD navigation code
627+ + High quality resampler included
628+ + Better AVI compliance
629+ + Updated encoders
630+ + Internal improvements
631+ + Bugfixes
632+
633+Changes between 0.6.0 and 0.6.1
634+ + Fixed LPCM endianness issue
635+
636+Changes between 0.5.2 and 0.6.0
637+ + MP4 and OGM output
638+ + AAC and Vorbis encoding
639+ + Experimental H264 encoding
640+ + LPCM DVDs support
641+ + Autocrop
642+ + GTK2 linux interface
643+ + OS X interface localization
644+
645+Changes between 0.5.1 and 0.5.2
646+ + Bugfixes
647+
648+Changes between 0.5 and 0.5.1
649+ + 2-pass XviD encoding
650+ + Bugfixes
651+
652+Changes between 0.4 and 0.5
653+ + Bugfixes, rewrite of large parts of the core
654+ + XviD encoding (1-pass only)
655+
656+Changes between 0.3 and 0.4
657+ + Better multithreading
658+ + Allow the user to specify a target size instead of bitrate
659+ + Misc GUI enhancements
660+ + Use low-priority threads on OS X
661+
662+Changes between 0.2 and 0.3
663+ + OSX & Linux ports
664+ + Allow 2-pass encoding
665+ + Many internal changes & fixes
666+
667+Changes between 0.1.1 and 0.2
668+ + Fixed a major bug that made HandBrake probably crash after ~ 15
669+ minutes encoded
670+ + Fixed a few minor memory leaks
671+
672+Changes between 0.1 and 0.1.1
673+ + Fixed a stupid bug that prevented to scan volumes correctly if
674+ FAT/NTFS/etc volumes were mounted
675+
676+Changes between 0.1-alpha2 and 0.1 :
677+ + Automatically detect ripped DVDs on BFS volumes
678+ + Allow picture cropping and resizing
679+ + Allow dual-audio encoding
680+ + Created files are quite compliant now (tested with OSX/Quicktime
681+ and BSPlayer)
682+ + Better A/V sync with some DVDs
683+
684+Changes between 0.1-alpha and 0.1-alpha2 :
685+ + Show length for each title
686+ + Fixed the screwed-audio bug
687+ + Many bugfixes...
688+
689+First version is 0.1-alpha.
--- /dev/null
+++ b/win/C#/InstallerJp/doc/THANKS
@@ -0,0 +1,70 @@
1+THANKS file for HandBrake <http://handbrake.fr/>
2+
3+Several people noticeably contributed to MediaFork and HandBrake development
4+without writing code (submitting/checking translations, DVD samples, etc).
5+Let's thank them here!
6+
7+Chris (audley)
8+ + Inspiration and example of patching mpeg4ip for iPod atom support
9+
10+Omar Ahmad Bhatti
11+ + Intensive beta testing, suggestions. Convinced me to port HandBrake
12+ to OS X, which finally was a pretty good idea.
13+
14+Hanna Bauer
15+Adrien Marquette
16+Norbert Rittel
17+ + German translation
18+
19+Paul B駭馗het
20+Luidgi Esposito
21+Andrea Gianarro
22+Emilio Gelosi
23+ + Italian translation
24+
25+Adam
26+ + Polish translation
27+
28+Nik Roby
29+ + Russian translation
30+
31+Leendert
32+ + Dutch translation
33+
34+Eric Kornblum
35+ + Sent me a sample DVD with LPCM tracks
36+
37+migol Superkid
38+ + Spanish translation
39+
40+pgjw
41+ + Portuguese translation
42+
43+cygma
44+ + Japanese translation
45+
46+Michelle De Sio
47+ + Sent me a sample DVD with MPEG audio tracks
48+
49+Ian Rickard
50+ + Enhanced icon
51+
52+S饕astien No?
53+ + Debian packages (http://www.twolife.org/debian/repository.php)
54+
55+People who sent me an iTunes gift certificate: a BIG thanks!
56+
57+Paul (baggss)
58+ + Forum Moderator
59+
60+Du'Wayne Caviness (Cavalicious)
61+ + Forum Moderator
62+
63+Edward Jackson. (TedJ)
64+ + Forum Moderator
65+
66+Chuck (cvk_b)
67+ + Testing Team Member
68+
69+Nate Thompson (nightstrm)
70+ + Forum Moderator
\ No newline at end of file
--- /dev/null
+++ b/win/C#/InstallerJp/doc/TRANSLATIONS
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
1+$Id: TRANSLATIONS,v 1.2 2004/03/22 18:20:30 titer Exp $
2+
3+TRANSLATIONS file for HandBrake <http://handbrake.fr/>
4+
5+Translating HandBrake
6+=====================
7+
8+***** HandBrake does not currently have a localization scheme for any of its interfaces.
9+***** Information below is obsolete and only useful for historical purposes:
10+
11+Only the OS X interface of HandBrake can be translated at the moment.
12+Localization is not implemented in BeOS and GTK GUIs.
13+
14+HandBrake uses the NSLocalizedString() OS X function to translate every
15+item in the interface. Therefore, you don't need (and mustn't) modify
16+the nib files. All you have to do is to write a Localizable.strings for
17+your language. You can get it (for the latest release) at
18+<http://handbrake.m0k.org/Localizable.strings>.
19+
20+Edit it with Xcode, save it to HandBrake/macosx/i18n/xx.strings (where
21+'xx' are the two letters representing your language), then add 'xx' to
22+the language list in the Jamrules file.
23+
--- /dev/null
+++ b/win/C#/InstallerJp/doc/readme_jp.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,38 @@
1+==============================================================================
2+ HandBrake日本語版 0.9.4 (HandBrake 0.9.4-jp)
3+ readme_jp.txt
4+==============================================================================
5+
6+= HandBrake 0.9.4-jp =
7+
8+ * 【名称】 HandBrake 0.9.4日本語版
9+ * 【公開日】2009年12月28日
10+ * 【オリジナル作者】HandBrake Team(http://trac.handbrake.fr/ )
11+ * 【日本語版作者】hylom(http://sourceforge.jp/users/hylom )
12+ * 【ライセンス】フリーソフトウェア(GPL)
13+ * 【動作環境】Windows XP/Vista/7
14+ * 【必要ランタイム】.NET Framework 2.0以降
15+
16+
17+= はじめに =
18+
19+ HandBrakeはオープンソースで開発されている、マルチプラットフォーム/マルチスレッド対応のビデオフォーマット変換ツールです。GPLで提供されているフリーソフトウェアで、Mac OS XやLinux、Windowsで動作します。
20+
21+ HandBrake 0.9.4日本語版はHandBrake 0.9.3のUIを日本語化したものです。また、オリジナルにないツールチップを追加しているほか、メニュー内のリンクを日本語Webサイトに変更しています。
22+
23+ なお、この文書には必ずしも最新の情報が記述されていない場合があります。最新の情報については、ホームページ(http://sourceforge.jp/projects/handbrake-jp/wiki/FrontPage )をご参照ください。
24+
25+
26+= インストール =
27+
28+ インストーラを実行すると、システムドライブ以下のProgram Files\HandBrake以下にHandBrakeがインストールされます。
29+
30+ HandBrakeの実行には、.NET Framework 2.0ランタイムが必要です。HandBrake.exeを実行するとエラーになる場合、.NET Framework 2.0ランタイムがインストールされていない可能性があります。.NET Framework 2.0ランタイムをマイクロソフトのWebサイト(http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=0856EACB-4362-4B0D-8EDD-AAB15C5E04F5&displaylang=ja )などから入手してインストールしてください。
31+
32+
33+= ホームページ、バグ報告など =
34+
35+ HandBrake日本語版の最新情報はホームページ(http://sourceforge.jp/projects/handbrake-jp/wiki/FrontPage )で公開しています。
36+
37+ また、バグ報告などはフォーラム(http://sourceforge.jp/forum/forum.php?forum_id=16529 )で受け付けています。
38+
--- /dev/null
+++ b/win/C#/InstallerJp/prep.bat
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
1+REM Prepare script for Japanese Installer
2+set BinDir=..\bin\Release
3+set IconDir=..\
4+set InstallDir=..\Installer
5+copy %BinDir%\*.dll .
6+copy %BinDir%\*.exe .
7+copy %BinDir%\*.config .
8+copy %IconDir%\handbrakepineapple.ico .
9+copy %InstallDir%\Installer.nsi .
--- a/win/C#/frmMain.Designer.cs
+++ b/win/C#/frmMain.Designer.cs
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ namespace Handbrake
3939 this.components = new System.ComponentModel.Container();
4040 System.Windows.Forms.ContextMenuStrip notifyIconMenu;
4141 System.ComponentModel.ComponentResourceManager resources = new System.ComponentModel.ComponentResourceManager(typeof(frmMain));
42- System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellStyle dataGridViewCellStyle4 = new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellStyle();
42+ System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellStyle dataGridViewCellStyle1 = new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellStyle();
4343 this.btn_restore = new System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripMenuItem();
4444 this.DVD_Save = new System.Windows.Forms.SaveFileDialog();
4545 this.ToolTip = new System.Windows.Forms.ToolTip(this.components);
@@ -111,6 +111,7 @@ namespace Handbrake
111111 this.Label47 = new System.Windows.Forms.Label();
112112 this.Label3 = new System.Windows.Forms.Label();
113113 this.tab_audio = new System.Windows.Forms.TabPage();
114+ this.AudioSettings = new Handbrake.Controls.AudioPanel();
114115 this.AudioMenuRowHeightHack = new System.Windows.Forms.ImageList(this.components);
115116 this.tab_video = new System.Windows.Forms.TabPage();
116117 this.lbl_rfwarn = new System.Windows.Forms.Label();
@@ -123,12 +124,16 @@ namespace Handbrake
123124 this.lbl_SliderValue = new System.Windows.Forms.Label();
124125 this.lbl_framerate = new System.Windows.Forms.Label();
125126 this.tab_picture = new System.Windows.Forms.TabPage();
127+ this.PictureSettings = new Handbrake.Controls.PictureSettings();
126128 this.tabs_panel = new System.Windows.Forms.TabControl();
127129 this.tab_filters = new System.Windows.Forms.TabPage();
130+ this.Filters = new Handbrake.Controls.Filters();
128131 this.tab_subtitles = new System.Windows.Forms.TabPage();
132+ this.Subtitles = new Handbrake.Controls.Subtitles();
129133 this.tab_chapters = new System.Windows.Forms.TabPage();
130134 this.label31 = new System.Windows.Forms.Label();
131135 this.tab_advanced = new System.Windows.Forms.TabPage();
136+ this.x264Panel = new Handbrake.Controls.x264Panel();
132137 this.tab_query = new System.Windows.Forms.TabPage();
133138 this.btn_clear = new System.Windows.Forms.Button();
134139 this.label34 = new System.Windows.Forms.Label();
@@ -173,11 +178,6 @@ namespace Handbrake
173178 this.SourceLayoutPanel = new System.Windows.Forms.FlowLayoutPanel();
174179 this.openPreset = new System.Windows.Forms.OpenFileDialog();
175180 this.File_ChapterImport = new System.Windows.Forms.OpenFileDialog();
176- this.PictureSettings = new Handbrake.Controls.PictureSettings();
177- this.Filters = new Handbrake.Controls.Filters();
178- this.AudioSettings = new Handbrake.Controls.AudioPanel();
179- this.Subtitles = new Handbrake.Controls.Subtitles();
180- this.x264Panel = new Handbrake.Controls.x264Panel();
181181 notifyIconMenu = new System.Windows.Forms.ContextMenuStrip(this.components);
182182 notifyIconMenu.SuspendLayout();
183183 ((System.ComponentModel.ISupportInitialize)(this.slider_videoQuality)).BeginInit();
@@ -404,9 +404,9 @@ namespace Handbrake
404404 //
405405 // number
406406 //
407- dataGridViewCellStyle4.Format = "N0";
408- dataGridViewCellStyle4.NullValue = null;
409- this.number.DefaultCellStyle = dataGridViewCellStyle4;
407+ dataGridViewCellStyle1.Format = "N0";
408+ dataGridViewCellStyle1.NullValue = null;
409+ this.number.DefaultCellStyle = dataGridViewCellStyle1;
410410 this.number.Frozen = true;
411411 this.number.HeaderText = "チャプター";
412412 this.number.MaxInputLength = 3;
@@ -928,6 +928,15 @@ namespace Handbrake
928928 this.tab_audio.Text = "Audio";
929929 this.tab_audio.UseVisualStyleBackColor = true;
930930 //
931+ // AudioSettings
932+ //
933+ this.AudioSettings.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
934+ this.AudioSettings.Font = new System.Drawing.Font("Tahoma", 8.25F, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular, System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, ((byte)(0)));
935+ this.AudioSettings.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0);
936+ this.AudioSettings.Name = "AudioSettings";
937+ this.AudioSettings.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(715, 310);
938+ this.AudioSettings.TabIndex = 0;
939+ //
931940 // AudioMenuRowHeightHack
932941 //
933942 this.AudioMenuRowHeightHack.ColorDepth = System.Windows.Forms.ColorDepth.Depth8Bit;
@@ -1144,6 +1153,15 @@ namespace Handbrake
11441153 this.tab_filters.Text = "フィルタ";
11451154 this.tab_filters.UseVisualStyleBackColor = true;
11461155 //
1156+ // Filters
1157+ //
1158+ this.Filters.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
1159+ this.Filters.Font = new System.Drawing.Font("Tahoma", 8.25F, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular, System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, ((byte)(0)));
1160+ this.Filters.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0);
1161+ this.Filters.Name = "Filters";
1162+ this.Filters.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(713, 310);
1163+ this.Filters.TabIndex = 0;
1164+ //
11471165 // tab_subtitles
11481166 //
11491167 this.tab_subtitles.Controls.Add(this.Subtitles);
@@ -1155,6 +1173,15 @@ namespace Handbrake
11551173 this.tab_subtitles.Text = "字幕";
11561174 this.tab_subtitles.UseVisualStyleBackColor = true;
11571175 //
1176+ // Subtitles
1177+ //
1178+ this.Subtitles.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
1179+ this.Subtitles.Font = new System.Drawing.Font("Tahoma", 8.25F, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular, System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, ((byte)(0)));
1180+ this.Subtitles.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0);
1181+ this.Subtitles.Name = "Subtitles";
1182+ this.Subtitles.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(722, 310);
1183+ this.Subtitles.TabIndex = 0;
1184+ //
11581185 // tab_chapters
11591186 //
11601187 this.tab_chapters.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
@@ -1523,7 +1550,7 @@ namespace Handbrake
15231550 this.btn_destBrowse.Name = "btn_destBrowse";
15241551 this.btn_destBrowse.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(75, 23);
15251552 this.btn_destBrowse.TabIndex = 13;
1526- this.btn_destBrowse.Text = "参照";
1553+ this.btn_destBrowse.Text = "選択";
15271554 this.btn_destBrowse.UseVisualStyleBackColor = true;
15281555 this.btn_destBrowse.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.btn_destBrowse_Click);
15291556 //
@@ -1696,53 +1723,6 @@ namespace Handbrake
16961723 //
16971724 this.File_ChapterImport.Filter = "CSV Files|*.csv";
16981725 //
1699- // PictureSettings
1700- //
1701- this.PictureSettings.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
1702- this.PictureSettings.Enabled = false;
1703- this.PictureSettings.Font = new System.Drawing.Font("Tahoma", 8.25F, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular, System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, ((byte)(0)));
1704- this.PictureSettings.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0);
1705- this.PictureSettings.Name = "PictureSettings";
1706- this.PictureSettings.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(666, 279);
1707- this.PictureSettings.TabIndex = 0;
1708- //
1709- // Filters
1710- //
1711- this.Filters.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
1712- this.Filters.Font = new System.Drawing.Font("Tahoma", 8.25F, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular, System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, ((byte)(0)));
1713- this.Filters.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0);
1714- this.Filters.Name = "Filters";
1715- this.Filters.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(713, 310);
1716- this.Filters.TabIndex = 0;
1717- //
1718- // AudioSettings
1719- //
1720- this.AudioSettings.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
1721- this.AudioSettings.Font = new System.Drawing.Font("Tahoma", 8.25F, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular, System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, ((byte)(0)));
1722- this.AudioSettings.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0);
1723- this.AudioSettings.Name = "AudioSettings";
1724- this.AudioSettings.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(715, 310);
1725- this.AudioSettings.TabIndex = 0;
1726- //
1727- // Subtitles
1728- //
1729- this.Subtitles.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
1730- this.Subtitles.Font = new System.Drawing.Font("Tahoma", 8.25F, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular, System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, ((byte)(0)));
1731- this.Subtitles.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0);
1732- this.Subtitles.Name = "Subtitles";
1733- this.Subtitles.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(722, 310);
1734- this.Subtitles.TabIndex = 0;
1735- //
1736- // x264Panel
1737- //
1738- this.x264Panel.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;
1739- this.x264Panel.Font = new System.Drawing.Font("Tahoma", 8.25F, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular, System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, ((byte)(0)));
1740- this.x264Panel.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0);
1741- this.x264Panel.Name = "x264Panel";
1742- this.x264Panel.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(720, 306);
1743- this.x264Panel.TabIndex = 0;
1744- this.x264Panel.x264Query = "";
1745- //
17461726 // frmMain
17471727 //
17481728 this.AllowDrop = true;
--- a/win/C#/frmOptions.Designer.cs
+++ b/win/C#/frmOptions.Designer.cs
@@ -416,7 +416,7 @@ namespace Handbrake
416416 this.btn_browse.Name = "btn_browse";
417417 this.btn_browse.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(75, 23);
418418 this.btn_browse.TabIndex = 78;
419- this.btn_browse.Text = "閲覧";
419+ this.btn_browse.Text = "選択";
420420 this.btn_browse.UseVisualStyleBackColor = true;
421421 this.btn_browse.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.btn_browse_Click);
422422 //
@@ -504,7 +504,7 @@ namespace Handbrake
504504 this.btn_vlcPath.Name = "btn_vlcPath";
505505 this.btn_vlcPath.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(68, 22);
506506 this.btn_vlcPath.TabIndex = 83;
507- this.btn_vlcPath.Text = "閲覧";
507+ this.btn_vlcPath.Text = "選択";
508508 this.btn_vlcPath.UseVisualStyleBackColor = true;
509509 this.btn_vlcPath.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.btn_vlcPath_Click);
510510 //
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