Version 0.9.1.2 (2014-05-04) - changelog
|Installer||9.1 MiB (9557944 bytes)||8c0a938ed31f5ae7cb29abf09079f71227cf35eb|
|Portable||11.4 MiB (11953773 bytes)||89e769ff76baa422b8de783d728db6fef573fb14|
All features are fully automatic, and many are (or eventually will be) customizable:
- Lossless Blu-ray™ to MKV conversion
- Movie name detection
- Main movie playlist (.MPLS file) detection
- Metadata detection:
- Movie title, release year, etc.
- Cover art (movie poster) displayed in Windows Explorer (via Icaros)
- Chapter names
- Audio/video/subtitle track auto-select
- Customizable file name and output directory with variables for movie title, release year, horizontal resolution, etc.
- Free and Open Source
- Cross-platform via Mono (in progress)
- TV show support (not started)
- Preference-based audio/video/subtitle track auto-select (language, codec, channel count, etc.)
- Select lossy inner core for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD MA tracks
- Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, or 8.1 (32- or 64-bit)
- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0
- ~20-50 GB of free disk space per disc
You can use a tool such as HandBrake to reduce the file size after muxing.
BDHero is only intended for use with unencrypted Blu-ray Discs™.
BDHero is little more than a bit of glue and some brains wrapped around existing open-source software:
BDHero also uses the following web services for content:
BDHero would not be possible without the fantastic work of the above projects.
We do not accept donations of any kind. If BDHero has made your life easier and you wish to thank us, please consider making a donation to one of the above projects. You'll be glad you did :-)
BDHero is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3).
For a fast, human-friendly overview of the GPLv3's provisions, see tl;drLegal.