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Old 23rd June 2007, 10:23   #361  |  Link
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mkvextract does NOT modify the AC3 contents during extraction in any way. So my guess is that Haali's gdsmux or, more likely, his TS splitter is at fault.
I was wrong Not completely, but Haali's splitter is not at fault, mkvextract is. Haali uses the 'header removal' compression scheme for AC3 tracks which mkvextract did not support (and not detect either).

Here's a build with support for the reversal of the header removal compression scheme: http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkv...20070623-1.rar
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Old 23rd June 2007, 16:48   #362  |  Link
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Seems to work, File same (duration) of the demuxed .mkv file is shorter, but thats probably due to the delay correct, and thus good.

Something is horribly wrong with this .ts, Haali is looking into it.
But the demuxed audio plays fine......


I was hoping you implemented the nal-size from .mkv option, but i guess i am just impatient
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I was hoping you implemented the nal-size from .mkv option, but i guess i am just impatient
Try http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkv...20070623-3.rar
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Old 23rd June 2007, 19:40   #364  |  Link
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The option is there, but i cant test it, apparently you cant go back to nal-size 2
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What do you mean? That you cannot select it in mmg, or that mkvmerge aborts with an error message about the NALUs being too big for '2'?
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Old 23rd June 2007, 20:00   #366  |  Link
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Yup

Error: 'I:\beyonce.at.the.bbc.1080i.h.264.mp2.2.0.mkv' track 2: The chosen NALU size length of 2 is too small. Try using '4'.

Ill create some nal-size 3 with some old version, then try make it 4.


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mkvmerge v2.0.2 ('You're My Flame') built on Jun 23 2007 18:05:38
'I:\mpeg2\beyonce.at.the.bbc.1080i.h.264.mp2.2.0_Track2.mkv': Using the Matroska demultiplexer.
'I:\mpeg2\beyonce.at.the.bbc.1080i.h.264.mp2.2.0_Track2.mkv' track 1: Using the MPEG-4 part 10 (AVC) video output module.
'I:\mpeg2\beyonce.at.the.bbc.1080i.h.264.mp2.2.0_Track2.mkv' track 2: Using the passthrough output module for this audio track.
The file 'G:\cap\beyonce.at.the.bbc.1080i.h.264.mp2.2.0_Track2.mkv' has been opened for writing.
'die' called: common.cpp/safememdup() called from file src/common/common_memory.h, line 91: malloc() returned NULL for a size of 242658 bytes.
What i done is:
1: demux beyonce.at.the.bbc.1080i.h.264.mp2.2.0.mkv to .h264 and .mp2
2: remux to .mkv with mkvtoolnix-unicode-2.0.2-build20070622-1.rar, nal-sise 3 (i get this nice warning some decoders may not work)
Tested this remux, and indeed cyberlink fails and coreavc works, so its nal-size 3
3: now i try to re-remux to nal-size3.mkv to a new .mkv with nal-size 4, then i get the above error.

You still should have my BBC-HD H.264 MBAFF sample, so i hope you can reproduce.

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Old 25th June 2007, 11:56   #367  |  Link
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Yup

Error: 'I:\beyonce.at.the.bbc.1080i.h.264.mp2.2.0.mkv' track 2: The chosen NALU size length of 2 is too small. Try using '4'.
This is of course not a bug, but simply a fact. The source contains NALUs bigger than 65535 bytes; therefore a NALU size length of 2 bytes does not suffice. However...

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'die' called: common.cpp/safememdup() called from file src/common/common_memory.h, line 91: malloc() returned NULL for a size of 242658 bytes.
This is a bug, of course. I believe that it was caused by a couple of memory leaks that I've fixed in this build: http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkv...20070625-1.rar
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Yup, i knew that was not a bug, simply saying i couldn't create a faulty .mkv with a new build.

And also yup, this build fixes that bug and creates a nicely working .mkv file with nal-size 4, you have to change default to 4 bytes though, default = source default, not "specs" default

Good work!
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No, 'default' means '4' for AVC ES tracks (read from AVIs or raw .h264 files) and 'do not change' for non-ES AVC tracks (read from MP4 or Matroska files). The options '2' and '4' request a specific size.
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Has anyone been able to successfully mux an H.264 encoded file from an HD-DVD into a MKV? I've read through the thread and tried everything I know but to no avail.

The file is a sample from my HD-DVD "Norbit" and is encoded in H.264.

1. I've tried to mux the EVO containing the H.264 stream using GDSmux and MKVtoolnix...NO luck.

2. Using GDSmux and the EVO file, I can re-encode the H.264 stream to VC-1 (@25fps), but when I try to add 23.976 timecodes using MKVtoolnix I get the following Error:

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Error: Packet queue not empty for new track ID 1 (flushed: 0). Frames have been lost during remux. This should not have happened. Please contact the author Moritz Bunkus <moritz@bunkus.org> with this error/warning message, a description of what you were trying to do, the command line used and which operating system you are using. Thank you.
Even if this DID work, I'd hate to re-encode, as it takes a Long time and GDSmux craps out after about 65MB of a 17GB file has been "transcoded".

3. I've also tried muxing the raw H.264 stream (obtained from EVOdemux) using MKVtoolnix and GDSmux. MKVtoolnix processes it but the playback is horribly wrong: color flashes and a mostly green screen (sound is OK though).

Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 28th June 2007, 08:19   #371  |  Link
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@The_Keymaker, my Equilibrium h264 EVOs are still sitting on my harddisk waiting to be muxed to MKV. No success so far. Muxing with the Haali filters (or gdsmux) fails. Demuxing and muxing with mkvtoolnix kind of works, but audio sync is lost. Also the h264 "The Departed" EVO trailer cannot be muxed by Haali's filters, either.

I think at this point in time we simply have to wait for a solution. I don't think there is a good one right now. I hope that Haali will fix the problems in a future version of his filters. He is aware of the problem, I think, at least it has been reported to "his" thread here on Doom9.
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The problem is that I don't have a file for which the 'packet queue' error pops up. I've tried getting my hands on some huge EVOBs but failed so far. So there's nothing I can do at the moment.
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Old 9th July 2007, 16:17   #373  |  Link
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@mosu,

I don have any huge files to upload, but you can use the following file to help improve MKmerge's ability to MUX h.264 files.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/k15o6r

This particular file CANNOT be successfully muxed by MKmerge.

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mosu,

Does mkvmerge support muxing a 6 channel LPCM audio track into mkv? If so, what extension do I need to use?

Thank you.
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Does mkvmerge support muxing a 6 channel LPCM audio track into mkv?
No, it doesn't.
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But it should support muxing a 6-channel WAV file into MKV... right? If so, the LPCM could be remuxed into WAV first.
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Yep. Finally figured that one out, tried it and it works beautifully!
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Old 22nd July 2007, 17:06   #378  |  Link
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Hmm I don't have any information about VC1, nor sample files, nor is there a CodecId for it... So... Probably not.
Maybe talk to this guy who's implementing a VC-1 decoder for FFmpeg

http://code.google.com/soc/2006/ffmp...A777DB19E2BB24
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I've muxed an EAC3 track into .mkv a while ago. Now that madshi's eac3to has matured I want to extract it again, but MKVExtractGUI says it doesn't support extraction of EAC3. Any idea how to get the raw EAC3 out there?
 
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I've muxed an EAC3 track into .mkv a while ago. Now that madshi's eac3to has matured I want to extract it again, but MKVExtractGUI says it doesn't support extraction of EAC3. Any idea how to get the raw EAC3 out there?
I think you can use GraphEdit. Connect Haali's Media Splitter with the Dump filter and you're ready to rock!
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