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Altaria
17th March 2009, 21:29
hi

how can I encode PCM 7.1 channels (Ghost in the shell 2) to another format, like flac, without losses
i have extract them with eac3to, but I'm not sure whether eac3to can handle this.



and how can I load this video (MPEG 2 HD) in megui, can I use DGDecode_mpegsource?, or should i try graphedit with a special filter

thanks

Audionut
17th March 2009, 23:07
how can I encode PCM 7.1 channels (Ghost in the shell 2) to another format, like flac, without losses
i have extract them with eac3to, but I'm not sure whether eac3to can handle this.

Yes it can.
You don't even need to extract.

Use "eac3to.exe sourcefile.xxx -check"

Then "eac3to.exe sourcefile.xxx tracknumber: destinationfile.flac"

Moreover I want to merge the video source files, but eac3to can't merge them

No, you need a program that can mux files.
Depending on your needs, you could try, tsmuxer, mkvmerge etc.


and how can I load this video in megui, can I use DGDecode_mpegsource?, or should i try graphedit with a special filterthanks

Use DGMPGDec.
http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdec/dgmpgdec.html

Altaria
18th March 2009, 15:26
thanks,

well i have joined the video (and audio with eac3to) files with avisynth unaligned splice for video only, ich hope it is synchron to the audio

Yes, it's synchron but it looks like the 7.1 track is damaged, because
eac3to : "The source file looks to be damaged (discontinuity)"

When I rip the PCM track to flac it looks like the speech is sometimes very low, how can this be?, I also try "-normalize" in eac3to