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Old 25th January 2008, 01:25   #1  |  Link
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smartLabs tsMuxeR: Transport Stream muxer

Supported output formats:
- TS
- M2TS
- Blu-ray

Supported video codecs:
- H.264
- VC-1
- MPEG2

Supported audio codecs:
- AAC
- AC3 / E-AC3(DD+)
- Dolby True HD (for streams with AC3 core only)
- DTS/ DTS-HD
- LPCM

Supported subtitles:
- M2TS Presentation graphic stream
- SRT text subtitles

Supported containers and formats:
- elementary stream
- Transport stream TS and M2TS
- Program stream EVO/VOB/MPG
- Matroska MKV/MKA

Additional features currently implemented:
* Ability to set muxing fps manually and automatically
* Ability to change level for H.264 streams
* Ability to shift a audio and subtitle tracks
* Ability to extract DTS core from DTS-HD
* Ability to extract AC3 core from Dolby True HD
* Ability to join files.
* Ability to change fps for a subtitle tracks.
* Ability to convert between Blu-ray LPCM format and WAVE files.
* Writing language information to the Blu-ray disk and to the TS/M2TS language descriptor.
* Ability to cut source files
* Ability to split output file
* Ability to detect audio delay for TS/M2TS/MPG/VOB/EVO sources
* Ability to remove pulldown info from stream
* Ability to open Blu-ray playlist (MPLS) files
* Ability to convert SRT subtitles to PGS

Current Version 1.8.4(b)

Version 1.8.4(b) - Windows
Version 1.7.3(b) - Linux (console only)

History
* Version 1.8.4(b)
- Ability to convert SRT to PGS added.
- Some minor bugfixes.
* Version 1.7.6(b)
- Ability to open Blu-ray playlist (MPLS) files added. Also, when MPLS file is opened, chapters list automatically imported.
When MPLS is processed, "Clean Break" for connection_condition=5 correctly processed. It is actually for large playlists (10 M2TS files and more).
- bug fixed: some H.264 streams in version 1.7.1/2/3 did not work in PS3. It is the same problem it was corrected in version 1.7.3. Fixed again.
- bug fixed: Issue with muxing PGS stream from several source files (i.e. append mode) fixed.
* Version 1.7.3(b)
- Improved M2TS splitting in Blu-ray mode
- bug fixed: some H.264 streams in version 1.7.1/1.7.2 did not work.
* Version 1.7.2(b)
- Issue with demuxing PGS to SUP format fixed.
* Version 1.7.1(b)
- Bug fixed: Now pulldown info correctly processed.
- Ability to remove pulldown info from stream added. All video codecs are supported: H.264, VC-1, MPEG2.
- Some small bug fixes and improvements. Also tsMuxeR package size is decreased and dependings to other libraries have been removed.
* Version 1.6.3(b)
-Bug fixed: PTS/DTS timing for MPEG2 streams without GOP headers filled wrong
-Bug fixed: CBR muxing mode since version 1.6 worked wrong
-Bug fixed: trim function did not work for minutes measure unit
-Ability to detect audio delay for TS/M2TS/MPG/VOB/EVO sources added
-Drag&drop for GUI added
* Version 1.6.1(b)
- Option to split output file added.
- Option to cut source files added.
- Bug fixed: TS PTS/DTS timing filled wrong for some progressive H.264 streams, if frame data was ahead SPS/PPS data in source stream.
* Version 1.5.1(b)
- Issue with TRUE-HD tracks demuxing fixed.
* Version 1.5.0(b)
- Added LPCM support
* Version 1.4.6(b)
- Fixed a bug with synchronization of a H.264 stream and audio. This bug was appear on some streams only. When there was this bug, In a log were printed many messages "B-pyramid level 2 detected","B-pyramid level 3 detected" e.t.c.
* Version 1.4.5(b)
- Fixed blu-ray folders names
- Added chapters for Blu-ray muxing
* Version 1.4.4(b)
- Added Blu-ray muxing mode
- Added demuxing mode
- Added Presentation Graphic stream support
- Added language descriptor support
* Version 1.2.9
- Fixed MKV parsing module. Some MKV files did not work (lace sice invalid detected for xiph laces, this cause access violation error)
* Version 1.2.8
- Fixed AC3 stream detection. Some AC3 streams were not recognized (broken in version 1.2.6 only)
* Version 1.2.6
- Added Dolby True HD support
- Added MPEG audio layer 1/2/3 support
- Fixed a bug in the M2TS parsing module. Sometimes TS frames were lost.
- Fixed a bug in the Matroska parsing module. Short NAL unit len codes for H.264 tracks did not work.
* Version 1.2.0:
- Added M2TS muxing
- Fixed stream type detection function (sometimes some audio/video streams were not found)

* Version 1.1.5
- The first release

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Old 25th January 2008, 02:12   #2  |  Link
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Looks nice, Roman. I'll have to give it a try! Thanks!

You are the author I assume!!
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Old 25th January 2008, 09:14   #3  |  Link
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This is the muxer I've been looking for!
Thank you.

a quick test result with EVO/M2TS to TS remuxing

1. DTS/DTS-HD tracks in EVO are not recognized.
2. some DTS tracks in EVO are recognized as mono AAC 96 KHz.
3. DTS/DTS-HD in m2ts is correctly recognized and processed.
4. VC-1 in m2ts is not recognized.

I will test more with elementary stream muxing and report the result.

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Old 25th January 2008, 10:23   #4  |  Link
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This is the muxer I've been looking a quick test result with EVO/M2TS to TS remuxing

1. DTS/DTS-HD tracks in EVO are not recognized.
2. some DTS tracks in EVO are recognized as mono AAC 96 KHz.
3. DTS/DTS-HD in m2ts is correctly recognized and processed.
4. VC-1 in m2ts is not recognized.
My tests EVO/M2TS files work fine. Can you give me example (30-50Mb) of your problem M2TS and EVO file?
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Old 25th January 2008, 11:19   #5  |  Link
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Where can I find documentation in english? Provided readme.txt is in russian.

BTW. It would be awesome if we could mux directly to M2TS
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Old 25th January 2008, 12:16   #6  |  Link
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My tests EVO/M2TS files work fine. Can you give me example (30-50Mb) of your problem M2TS and EVO file?
please check your pm.
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Old 25th January 2008, 15:15   #7  |  Link
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we can to add subtitles?
or you can add support in subs

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Old 25th January 2008, 16:59   #8  |  Link
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roman76r

Could you send me readme.txt in english please?

I have mux some mkv files with h264/ac3 and works fine


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Old 25th January 2008, 17:01   #9  |  Link
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I nearly love u ... this is the tool lots of people have been waiting for THANK YOU!!

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Old 25th January 2008, 19:12   #10  |  Link
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Thanks roman76r!

Is there a way to do subtitles with this?

If not, any chance of implementing it sometime soon?
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Old 25th January 2008, 23:26   #11  |  Link
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Great tool
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*wrong post* sry
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Is there a way to do subtitles with this?
If not, any chance of implementing it sometime soon?
I plan to add a subtitles, m2ts muxing, output file splitting and stream demuxing at nearest time.
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Old 26th January 2008, 00:26   #14  |  Link
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m2ts muxing should be implemented in first place. Whole PS3 scene is waiting for this BTW Excellent tool! You are a hero!
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Old 26th January 2008, 00:33   #15  |  Link
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It its possible to convert to bluray and to see in ps3?
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Old 26th January 2008, 00:47   #16  |  Link
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I plan to add a subtitles, m2ts muxing, output file splitting and stream demuxing at nearest time.
This is very promising. Hopefully we'll see muxing of lpcm, dolby true hd in the future.
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Problems with playback of remuxed DTS soundtrack on PS3

Hello!

I just tried to use this new 'tsMuxer' application to mux a H.264/AVC elementary stream (made using HRD patched X264) with a 1536kbit/sec DTS audio track.

The resulting TS file plays well on my computer.

I then ran this TS file through TSRemux 0.18 creating a BluRay output. The resulting .m2ts file (in the STREAM folder) also plays well on my PC.

I then transfer this .m2ts file (renaming it though to .mpg ) to the HD of my PS3. When playing this file on the PS3 the video is perfect, but there is NO audio at all. The control panel in the PS3 XMB video player shows no audio codec at all for the file?

And I think that I have seen other people have reported that the PS3 is capable of playing back MPEG-2 transport streams with H.264/AVC video streams and DTS audio-tracks? (or is this limited to MPEG-2 transport streams with MPEG-2 video and DTS audio tracks ? )
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This is very promising. Hopefully we'll see muxing of lpcm, dolby true hd in the future.
Yes.

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m2ts muxing should be implemented in first place
OK.
Tomorrow I shall make updating with m2ts support.
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I then transfer this .m2ts file (renaming it though to .mpg )
Renaming is not necessary!

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When playing this file on the PS3 the video is perfect, but there is NO audio at all.
Audio must be transcoded to AC3!

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Tomorrow I shall make updating with m2ts support.
Oh my god! You are really fast!

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did someone try this feature ?

Ability to change level for H.264 streams

I think we should still continue to generate a h264 4.1 and mux it with this tool.
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