DVDFab for Mac 8.1.8.4 Made Fixes to Allow More Choices for iPad Video Conversion
05/25/2012

Fengtao Software released an upgraded Mac version, build 8.1.8.4 of its all-in-one shareware package.

Online PR News – 25-May-2012 – Beijing, China – Fengtao Software Inc., the leading multimedia software company majors in DVD, Blu-ray copy and video converter, released an upgraded Mac version, build 8.1.8.4 of its all-in-one shareware package. The new version came out one month after its previous official release, fixing an issue to allow more audio options when converting videos for iPad. Here was the news in detail.

DVDFab for Mac 8.1.8.4 released on May 18
Fengtao Software, on May 18, released this updated build of all-in-one software package for multimedia solutions, for Mac OS X this time, with Windows edition still in 8.1.7.8 official status. This newest Mac version came out supporting more audio channel options while converting videos for iPad and, with many other important fixes.

Generally, on the top of the fixed list, developers confirmed that they had fixed a bug that DVDFab burning engine couldn’t be used when any DVDFab option was expired and another problem that trial users couldn’t launch DVDFab for Mac in certain cases.

More concretely, in its DVD Copy for Mac component, a crash problem when opening DVD folder source in certain cases was fixed. Next, in DVD Ripper for Mac option, developers corrected an issue of “No choice of 5.1 multi-channels when using iPad.h264.multichannel profile”, and a crash problem when clicking "Conversion Settings" button in "Task Queue" window in certain cases. Furthermore, in Blu-ray Copy for Mac segment, devs added additional support to a region A movie, and new support to new Java-based protection. Besides this, they successfully eliminated a black screen playback problem when copying "Full Disc", debugged the problem that some special discs could not be opened, and corrected an issue that BDAV disc could not be opened on certain drives. Last, in its Video Converter section, three small issues were gone: a 502.12.7 problem when converting with “avi.xvid.audiocopy” profiles, a 504.00.12 problem when converting with most of MKV and MP4 profile and, a freeze problem when converting with “audio.copy” profiles. The new version was available at: http://www.dvdfab.com/download.htm