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Old 12th June 2007, 03:26   #241  |  Link
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New version: lucky number 0.0.13
-fixed sound issues in TS->Blu-Ray
-fixed DD/DTS (E)VOB->TS/M2TS/Blu-Ray
-DD+ EVOB->TS/M2TS/Blu-Ray may or might not work depending on the stream.
-MLP/LPCM EVOB->TS/M2TS/Blu-Ray will not yet work.
-Blu-Ray output is now beta.
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Old 12th June 2007, 04:55   #242  |  Link
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dmz01,

I just tried 0.0.13 and I still didn't get the sound. Video plays great.
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Old 12th June 2007, 05:41   #243  |  Link
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dmz01,

I just tried 0.0.13 and I still didn't get the sound. Video plays great.
Need a sample.
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Old 12th June 2007, 09:37   #244  |  Link
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0.0.13 mirrored here:
http://www.box.net/shared/gvzemysl6o
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Old 12th June 2007, 11:33   #245  |  Link
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Need a sample.
Do you need the whole thing including M2TS file, or just everything except that?
The whole thing is 1GB, without that it is just 7KB.

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Old 12th June 2007, 11:37   #246  |  Link
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First test with 0.0.13.

Source:
HDTV Broadcast Transport Stream
1080i MPEG-2
Dolby Digital 2.0 448kbps

Remuxed into "Blu-ray".

Results:
.m2ts from STREAM dropped into Nero Showtime - OK!
.m2ts from STREAM dropped into PDVD 7.3 Ultra - OK!
BDMV opened with PDVD's "Open movie file on HDD" - Image OK, no audio. Exactly as before; only audio codec name is shown in PDVD OSD.

I think it's a valid testing process to first try the data out with PDVD, and to burn a BD-RE only when PDVD plays the data OK. What do you reckon?
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Old 12th June 2007, 11:48   #247  |  Link
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First test with 0.0.13.

Source:
HDTV Broadcast Transport Stream
1080i MPEG-2
Dolby Digital 2.0 448kbps

Remuxed into "Blu-ray".

Results:
.m2ts from STREAM dropped into Nero Showtime - OK!
.m2ts from STREAM dropped into PDVD 7.3 Ultra - OK!
BDMV opened with PDVD's "Open movie file on HDD" - Image OK, no audio. Exactly as before; only audio codec name is shown in PDVD OSD.

I think it's a valid testing process to first try the data out with PDVD, and to burn a BD-RE only when PDVD plays the data OK. What do you reckon?
My test with 0.0.13.

Source:
HDTV Broadcast Transport Stream from cable co.
1920x1080i MPEG-2
Dolby Digital 5.1 384kbps

Remuxed into "Blu-ray".
.m2ts file from STREAM folder play great in MPC and ShowTime.
Don't have PDVD. And it only takes couple minutes to burn 1GB to BD-RE..
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Old 12th June 2007, 11:51   #248  |  Link
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Second test with 0.0.13.

Source:
HDTV Broadcast Transport Stream
1080i MPEG-2
Dolby Digital 5.1 384kbps

Remuxed into "Blu-ray".

Results:
exactly the same as from first test.
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And it only takes couple minutes to burn 1GB to BD-RE..
Certainly, but my point is that PDVD is *supposed* to be Blu-ray compatible. It means that if the data won't play properly in PDVD, there's very little point in burning a BD-RE. Iow, PDVD can be used to test compliancy.
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Do you need the whole thing including M2TS file, or just everything except that?
The whole thing is 1GB, without that it is just 7KB.
I need a sample of the source (pre-remux). By sample I mean around 100MB or so of the file.
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Certainly, but my point is that PDVD is *supposed* to be Blu-ray compatible. It means that if the data won't play properly in PDVD, there's very little point in burning a BD-RE. Iow, PDVD can be used to test compliancy.
Agreed.
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Second test with 0.0.13.

Source:
HDTV Broadcast Transport Stream
1080i MPEG-2
Dolby Digital 5.1 384kbps

Remuxed into "Blu-ray".

Results:
exactly the same as from first test.
Can I get a sample of your source?
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Can I get a sample of your source?
Sure! My bandwidth is pretty limited though, so it won't be a large sample. I'll get on it.
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dsmz01, you've got PM.
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Thanks for the sample. I know now what the issue is: Broadcast TS PES packets for AC3 audio are not conformant with bluray (they do conform to the TS specs - bluray is a subset of those ). I will have to re-generate the PES header for those to be bluray conformant. Stay tuned.
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Thanks for the sample. I know now what the issue is: Broadcast TS PES packets for AC3 audio are not conformant with bluray (they do conform to the TS specs - bluray is a subset of those ). I will have to re-generate the PES header for those to be bluray conformant. Stay tuned.
Excellent! I'm waiting with baited breath
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Me too lol. The sooner BR support is out, the sooner MKV import can start
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Old 12th June 2007, 22:05   #258  |  Link
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Oh yes, I could use MKV import too, but compliant Blu-ray output is for me much more important atm. Having said that, I've got a few interesting MKVs hanging around that I'd really love to remux into something else...
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dmz01 would webspace help you at all? It's the least I can contribute, maybe an FTP + Simple Web Page w/ Changelog will help?
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Me too lol. The sooner BR support is out, the sooner MKV import can start
Same here......
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