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Old 17th May 2007, 00:58   #1  |  Link
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BDedit - BD structure edit

A tool to view and edit a BDMV structure.

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You can find all information on the 'official' website: Bdedit.pel.hu

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I've just started to develop a little tool to edit BD files (index.bdmv, *.clpi, *.mpls).
If you change the streams, you have to edit these files to fit in with them.

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Old 17th May 2007, 01:24   #2  |  Link
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Good job. Pelican9

index.bdmv ; MovieObject.bdmv ; PLAYLIST ; CLIPINF :OK
But is it necessary to have "AUXDATA" and "BACKUP" ?
Perhaps that i 've have forget them.
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Good job. Pelican9

index.bdmv ; MovieObject.bdmv ; PLAYLIST ; CLIPINF :OK
But is it necessary to have "AUXDATA" and "BACKUP" ?
Perhaps that i 've have forget them.
I think the mandatory folders are: PLAYLIST, CLIPINF, STREAM, AUXDATA, META, BDJO, JAR, BACKUP (with subfolders PLAYLIST, CLIPINF, BDJO, JAR).
Is that correct?
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Great job!!!

How hard would it be for this tool to actually generate a basic BD structure from nothing, just source files? I'm hoping to be able to combine this and the TsRemux tool being developed to get some basic Blu-ray authoring started.
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Great job!!!

How hard would it be for this tool to actually generate a basic BD structure from nothing, just source files? I'm hoping to be able to combine this and the TsRemux tool being developed to get some basic Blu-ray authoring started.
TsRemux is the tool you want. :-)

BDedit v0.11 is available

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Sure, but TsRemux will only give me the m2ts file. What if I want to create a Blu-ray disc of TS's I recorded from an OTA HDTV channel?

My goal is to make a Blu-ray of my recorded Lost episodes on a DVD9 disc that will play on my PS3.
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Sure, but TsRemux will only give me the m2ts file. What if I want to create a Blu-ray disc of TS's I recorded from an OTA HDTV channel?

My goal is to make a Blu-ray of my recorded Lost episodes on a DVD9 disc that will play on my PS3.
Who says TsRemux won't do that for you in the not so distant future...
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Who says TsRemux won't do that for you in the not so distant future...
As I said...
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I've just started to develop a little tool to edit BD files (index.bdmv, *.clpi, *.mpls).
If you change the streams, you have to edit these files to fit in with them.

Download: BDedit v0.1
Hi Pelican!

Nice work, I like it.
Do you have any description of the fields, as some of them are not really self-explanatory?
What's "IN time/OUT time"?
Or "user op."?
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I'll make a guide for it, but not now.
I want to make a working version first.
Anyway:
IN/OUT time: start/end time of the item.
user op.: User Operation (skip, fast forward, etc.)
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Would it be possible to add AVCHD support ? As far as I know the structure is very similar to BR (or maybe even equal, being a "subset" of the directories and files)

Thank you.
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If you want to help, please try the 0.12b4 version which can modify the index.bdmv.
It has strange behaviour, the movie with the modified index.bdmv sometimes work sometimes doesn't work.

jaga...: Maybe later.


Edit:

Hmmm, It seems nobody wants to edit existing BD titles...
Doesn't matter, I will.

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Would it be possible to update the tool to create the file/directory structure using as input some m2ts files ? (i.e. in addition to editing pre-existing structures)

Nothing funcy, just to be able to play the files (no menus or complex things)

THX
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Would it be possible to update the tool to create the file/directory structure using as input some m2ts files ? (i.e. in addition to editing pre-existing structures)

Nothing funcy, just to be able to play the files (no menus or complex things)

THX
TsRemux is your app.
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I will ask then:

How can i make any BLURAY play MOVIE only?
I have some problems understanding this program...
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Great work Pelican.
Is it also possible to rename streams with this tool.
In example when you ad a subtitle stream or replace one.
Or when you delete or ad audio and subtitle streams?
And when are you starting to work on a program to edit
the menus of BD?
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bob0r:
Don't give up, this program hasn't finished yet. I've just started to develop. You will be able to remove the unnecessary things.

borkaenjo:
I'm making this tool because I want to insert a new subtitle (and remove the unwanted streams) to/from an existing BD.

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Old 24th May 2007, 12:19   #18  |  Link
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Ah ok, its not possible yet, so what can this great program do now?

Edit to below:
Roger that.

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Ah ok, its not possible yet, so what can this great program do now?
Almost nothing.
You can read and edit the whole index.bdmv (to do: add and remove titles)
You can read and edit (partially) the MovieObject.bdmv (to do: show/edit the nav commands).
You can read the playlists and the clips (to do: edit).
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BD chapters information

Pelican9,
Great job again, thanx a lot for this one!!!

May be by any chance you know how to get chapter information, i mean timing for each chapter from Blu-ray disc?
Maybe I've missed something studying your new tool.

Thanx in advance!
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