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DVDFab for Windows Is Officially Released

Fengtao Software on Wednesday Nov. 23 releases a minor update to its brand new DVDFab 10 product line, which was unveiled just two days ago. The new version is codenamed as version and it comes up with the added support to remove the Cinavia watermarks applied on a couple of recently appeared Blu-ray titles. Move on for the detailed information.


Succeeding the previous generation of DVDFab product line of version 9, the 1st official release of DVDFab 10 was just made to the general public two days ago. According to the public feedback, there were still some bugs that are bothering quite a few users out there, and now with the update of version, those small issues are addressed. The 1st thing worthy of a front page headline is the added support to get rid of the Cinavia watermarks found on several recent Blu-ray movies, including the Monk Comes Down the Mountain, Nebraska and Midnight in Paris. Those who are being bothered in the past few days by this headache can now finally find their way out. Besides, the developers also improved the Task Queue Manager feature quite a bit.


Also in the version are some fixations of some small bugs, such as a crash problem when opening DVD discs in certain cases, another crash problem when copying DVD/Blu-ray discs in certain cases, a problem that the source subtitle is deleted when deleting the external subtitle, A problem that the merge feature does not work in Ripper and Video Converter modules, a problem that the output Volume Label cannot be renamed in Blu-ray to DVD Converter module, a problem that the “Fit to disc” option does not work in Creator module, and some minor changes and improvements.


To update to DVDFab for Windows, you can either make a direct live update from within the software client itself, or manually download the executable file from DVDFab’s official website and then do a fresh installation. The download link is available at