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Old 7th July 2007, 09:37   #441  |  Link
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i can't open the app. everytime i try it, it just crashes. any ideas?
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Old 7th July 2007, 09:48   #442  |  Link
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i can't open the app. everytime i try it, it just crashes. any ideas?
Are you using XP SP2? I know that I could not use it with SP1.
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Old 7th July 2007, 11:06   #443  |  Link
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Just a quick one re MKV to TS...(I know you probably know, but just in case)

mkvextract can output the timecode files for both the audio and video tracks.....now I assume if both timecode files could be read as part of the muxing process...the outputs should always be in sync?

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Old 7th July 2007, 11:42   #444  |  Link
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Update...for info...I just ran an MKV through mkvextract, with timecode output's and then used mkvmerge to remux. Without importing the timecode files for both video and audio, the remuxed file was out of sync. However, remuxing using the timecode files for both the audio and video, the file was perfectly in sync. So, you can demux and remux an MKV, but when remuxing, you need to read both the audio and video timecode files/stamps.

Hope this helps with the MKV to TS project.

Kevin

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Old 7th July 2007, 12:48   #445  |  Link
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Are you using XP SP2?
yep. that's why i wondered that i couldn't load it up.

it is an app and not a cmd tool, right?

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Old 7th July 2007, 13:24   #446  |  Link
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yep. that's why i wondered that i couldn't load it up.

it is an app and not a cmd tool, right?
Right.

You also need to install .NET framework I think.
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Old 7th July 2007, 13:46   #447  |  Link
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Right.

You also need to install .NET framework I think.

that was it

thanks for the tip
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Old 7th July 2007, 22:58   #448  |  Link
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While playing with TSRemux I found out some things:

The PS3 can play 25fps ! But how I mux conform m2st ??

I make this test:

a 100 MB orginal m2ts-File (23,976) from Blu-Ray Disc plays fine.
Remux with TSRemuxer plays fine too.

demux this file with XMuxer, i get AVC-Video and AC3-Audio. This files are ok.
Then I mux this two files with XMuxer to TS-Stream.
PS3 says "Not supportet Data". PowerDVD plays fine.
Remux with TSRemuxer (shows me the correct elementary Streams). PS3 says "corrupt Data". PowerDVD plays fine.

With my 25fps-Recording I create with Nerovision a AVCHD. The Programm makes a transcoding, but so I get a m2ts-File with 25fps, that is Playing in PS3.

The Rest is like before. Demuxing - Muxing. The file is not playing.

So, how I can mux m2ts from elementary-streams, that are ok ??
I've tried to mux a MKV into TS.. what I did was (and forget the audio lol)
MKV to streams -> video stream to mp4 -> mp4 to TS (with xmuxer)
Then TS to M2TS (blu-ray) using TSremux

The m2ts file I get in the stream folder doesn't play on the ps3 (corrupted data)


I tried remuxing the MKV into ts or ps using VLC but when I use those files in TsRemux I get an "index out of bounds" or something error.

So my question now is, how can remux the MKV properly into something TsRemux will read, to get a "ps3 playable" bluray m2ts file?

I'm thinking that the problem is, perhaps, in Xmuxer.. could it be the PIDs and such?

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Old 8th July 2007, 00:35   #449  |  Link
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A "funny" fact I would like to point out.
I remuxed a TS (1080i/p?) into Blu-Ray.

I burnt the folder structure into a UDF 2.5 disc. Upon inserting the disc on my PC, vista recognized it as "Blu-ray disc". The only option available was to explore the files, since I dont have anything install that can handle BDs.

The PS3, however, read it as a "data" disc.

Now, I burnt a new AVCHD project with Nero vision. This time, vista doesn't read it as a Blu-ray disc, and offers me the typical file options for any data disc.
However, the PS3 recognizes it as an AVCHD disc (and it plays!). Too bad I had no luck with the m2ts from TSRemux
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Old 8th July 2007, 06:19   #450  |  Link
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Then TS to M2TS (blu-ray) using TSremux

The m2ts file I get in the stream folder doesn't play on the ps3 (corrupted data)
The Problem is XMuxer. The PS3 don't like the Mux.
I send Elecard one m2ts-File and they wan't to look, if they can fix. In the new Beta, the PS3 accept the Stream, but the Plyback is not ok. Always Stop and later 15 Sek. you must turn off/on the PS3
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Old 8th July 2007, 06:21   #451  |  Link
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A "funny" fact I would like to point out.
I remuxed a TS (1080i/p?) into Blu-Ray.

I burnt the folder structure into a UDF 2.5 disc. Upon inserting the disc on my PC, vista recognized it as "Blu-ray disc". The only option available was to explore the files, since I dont have anything install that can handle BDs.

The PS3, however, read it as a "data" disc.

Now, I burnt a new AVCHD project with Nero vision. This time, vista doesn't read it as a Blu-ray disc, and offers me the typical file options for any data disc.
However, the PS3 recognizes it as an AVCHD disc (and it plays!). Too bad I had no luck with the m2ts from TSRemux
I think this is a Sony-Problem
The PS3 don't accept BDMV-Video form BD-R and BD-RE.
Sony says: Perhaps we will change this in a later Firmwareupdate.
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Old 8th July 2007, 07:21   #452  |  Link
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I think this is a Sony-Problem
The PS3 don't accept BDMV-Video form BD-R and BD-RE.
Sony says: Perhaps we will change this in a later Firmwareupdate.
Not true, I've been able to write my own BDMV discs and play them back on my PS3 since firmware 1.7 using bd-r and bd-re discs
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Old 8th July 2007, 07:56   #453  |  Link
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Could you please throw in some additional information regarding the process, such as what tools were used etc.? Thanks.
Have only tried this on a PS3, Scenarist 4.2 doesn't put the correct flag for playback on a PS3 so I need to do steps 6 onwards. Still waiting for Scenarist 4.3 which will.

Tools needed
EVOdemux
TSremux
eac3to
Scenarist 4.2 (only program I've got to remux the streams)

1. In EVOdemux Demux the video into vc-1 files
2. In EVOdemux Rebuild the audio stream into an audio only EVO file
3. Run the audio only EVO file through eac3to to get the AC3 or DTS file
4. Run the final VC-1 and AC3/DTS files through Scenarists MUI Generator
5. Use Scenarist to make a very basic Blu-ray Disc

If you only have 1 original video and audio file skip to 9

6. Look through the Scenarist Project folder and find the BDMV folder, in the streams folder you will find the video files now as m2ts files, move them to the route of the drive (e.g d:\)
7. Join the m2ts files to make 1 file using copy /b (Copy /b 00000.m2ts+00001.m2ts output.m2ts)
8. Open TSremux, Load in the output.m2ts file and run it using the m2ts file option to create a final file
9. Open TSremux load in either a final single file from Scenarist or the final m2ts file from TSremux, then build a BDMV folder using TSremux write it to disc and play

So far have made quite a few of these, only ones I've had problems with have been HD-DVD's using h264, and havn't got round it yet
I'm also pretty sure if you get the subtitle files you can import them into Scenarist and add them in as well
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Old 8th July 2007, 08:15   #454  |  Link
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The Problem is XMuxer. The PS3 don't like the Mux.
I send Elecard one m2ts-File and they wan't to look, if they can fix. In the new Beta, the PS3 accept the Stream, but the Plyback is not ok. Always Stop and later 15 Sek. you must turn off/on the PS3
For some reason I suspected the problem was that, hehe. So, do you know what else I can try to remux an mkv into a ts, or something TSRemux will accept?
VLC didnt seem to work either
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Old 9th July 2007, 00:26   #455  |  Link
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I seem to be having a problem with subtitles.When ever I remux to blu ray, Powerdvd never sees the subtitles.Must I play with another player? The presentation graphics streams are the subtitles right?
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Old 9th July 2007, 06:55   #456  |  Link
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Not true, I've been able to write my own BDMV discs and play them back on my PS3 since firmware 1.7 using bd-r and bd-re discs
How you write the BD-R ?
I use Nero and Imageburn and the PS3 shows alwas Datadisk.
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Old 9th July 2007, 12:15   #457  |  Link
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Thanks for the samples Robert. Will be fixed in the next version.
That's very nice to hear.

Here is another Sky sample which audio TSRemux sees as DTS-HD instead of AC3:

//www.verzend.be/v/8818332/LooksLikeDTSHD.ts.html

Thanks,
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How you write the BD-R ?
I use Nero and Imageburn and the PS3 shows alwas Datadisk.
When writing in nero you have to manually set the UDF to 2.5 or higher otherwise it won't play back on a settop player
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Old 9th July 2007, 17:08   #459  |  Link
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When writing in nero you have to manually set the UDF to 2.5 or higher otherwise it won't play back on a settop player
When burning a TSRemux BR structure to a DVD (not a Bluray disk) using 2.5 in Nero did not work for me, but using 2.6 it works. PS3 shows them as BDMV and plays perfectly.
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Old 9th July 2007, 21:39   #460  |  Link
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I just found out that VLC has a bug that wont remux h264 video into anything, lol.
https://trac.videolan.org/vlc/ticket/1217
Let's say, trying to remux an mkv video (with h264) into ts will result in a ts with the audio track correct, but not the video!
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