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DVDStyler is a cross-platform free DVD authoring application that makes possible for video enthusiasts to create professional-looking DVDs. Version 2.3 beta rc 2 <2012-08-18> ---------------------------------- * added possibility to rearrange the order of VOBs in a title * added Brazilian Portuguese translation of DVDStyler Guide (thanks to Paulo Henrique Araújo) Version 2.3 beta rc 1 <2012-07-02> ---------------------------------- * fixed default menu navigation * fixed some other bugs Version 2.3 beta 3 <2012-06-25> ------------------------------- * added possibility to add titles from DVD (VIDEO_TS directory) * added support of PCM audio format * fixed setting of NTSC video format * fixed selecting of video frame from title with multiple video files * fixed some other bugs Version 2.3 beta 2 <2012-06-18> ------------------------------- * added possibility to select default title post command * changed behavior of "do not remultiplex"-check box and format choices * fixed setting of audio bitrate Version 2.3 beta 1 <2012-06-03> ------------------------------- * added possibility to upmix stereo to 5.1 * changed to use avconv tool to transcode * added support of libav 0.9 / ffmpeg 0.11
Source: README.txt, updated 2012-08-18

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