Originally Posted by giomania
I will have to check the version when I get home, but the UHD disk was “A Few Good Men”.
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Originally Posted by aaronwt
Are you sure you have the UHD Disc and not the 2K disc? I think most of us have grabbed the 2K disc by mistake at one time or another.
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I tried again, and it worked fine without changing the resolution, because I can't. Let's chalk this up to user error, and you can read on for the details, if you like.
I am using 220.127.116.11 Trial version, and just tried another disc, and I am unable to change the output resolution either up or down. Initially I thought this might be related to the fact that CloneBD thinks my Graphics driver is outdated, but I have the most recent, according to Intel. This is an old issue that I researched and clicked the check box to not see the message upon startup of CloneBD.
Aaron, I was
using the UHD disk. I did a little research, and in the CloneBD Tutorial, located here
, the below information is noted regarding the "Target" screen where the resolution slider is.
"Other than that, you can play with the options and adjust your profile so that it fits not only your needs but also your means. The quality slider bar is a good indicator on how balanced your output file will be. If the estimated file size is too big then you may try adjusting the resolution, as that will influence the size of the output file as well.
Available Video codecs will be displayed and Bert the Beaver will give you some useful tips regarding playability. This will obviously also influence he file size, as will the Audio codecs. Adjusting the volume does not influence the size of the output file. If your player or device is known to be a bit quiet, we recommend adjusting the volume. Audio channels and bitrate for these audio channels obviously influence the file size marginally and, depending on which device you want to play the output file on, you might not need Surround 5.1 if your mobile phone cannot play it or, on the other hand, if you play the file on your home cinema system, you might be rather unhappy with a mere stereo output. Next, you choose your subtitle settings, Destination folder and file name for the file output and hit Begin Conversion"
The reason why I can't adjust the slider is because I am using direct output to MKV, and copying without transcoding. Specifically, the settings for Video codec is "Copy Original (lossless)", and when this is selected, the resolution slider is actually "greyed out" and not adjustable. If I change this setting, then the resolution slider works.
Sorry for the false alarm, gentlemen.