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Old 8 Jan 2007, 03:19 AM   #1
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Does the latest v (1.20.5) of DVD RB Pro contain the latest v of avisynth (2.5.7)? If not what is the sure fire way to update?

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I don't recommend using v2.5.7 with DVD-RB. It is still in beta and has known problems. Even when it moves out of beta I would recommend waiting until it is well tested before using it. I have received several trouble reports related to v2.5.7 -- luckily the problems were easily identified as related to AVISYNTH -- and reverting to v2.5.6 corrected them.
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2.5.7 is now final, no changes since RC3 however
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Old 8 Jan 2007, 11:12 AM   #5
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I just had another report today from someone who had problems -- and then reverted to v2.5.6 and the problems were corrected.

All I can say is -- if someone decides to use it they are accepting an increased risk of problems... I certainly wouldn't recommend it yet.

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