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Old 5th April 2008, 22:13   #921  |  Link
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Supread does not generate 720p subtitles. You get only 1080p therefore you don't see them. (subtitles are below screen)
There was a 720p option in Supread (Options/Image).
I see the subtitle.
The problem is that I allways see the subtitle I can't turn it off.
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Old 6th April 2008, 05:22   #922  |  Link
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@roman76r:

The delay is calculated not correct !

Here is an example. Please have a look.

http://rapidshare.de/files/39034758/...Kerner.ts.html
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Old 6th April 2008, 08:43   #923  |  Link
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Roman, I am noticing that M2TS output is still sticking slightly when seeking (FF/REW). I and some others have found that running the raw h264 through h264info and then muxing with tsMuxeR with "Add picture timing info" and "Continually insert SPS/PPS" disabled, allows the file to play with seeking working perfectly smooth.

Any ideas what is causing this?

What options are recommended to be enabled or set to create PS3 compatible media files?

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Old 6th April 2008, 12:55   #924  |  Link
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Does anyone try to Mux LPCM stream before? (2304kbps, 48khz, 24bit 2Ch sample)

I was trying to do so with TsMuxeR, but some how the Haali can't seen to find the audio track.. anyone know why?

Is that the problem of Haali (since LPCM support is incomplete) or will that be TsMuxeR?
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Old 6th April 2008, 16:56   #925  |  Link
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Roman, I am noticing that M2TS output is still sticking slightly when seeking (FF/REW). I and some others have found that running the raw h264 through h264info and then muxing with tsMuxeR with "Add picture timing info" and "Continually insert SPS/PPS" disabled, allows the file to play with seeking working perfectly smooth.

Any ideas what is causing this?

What options are recommended to be enabled or set to create PS3 compatible media files?
I have same experience, the 'stickyness' is not only h264, but also vc1 and mpeg 2
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Old 6th April 2008, 19:00   #926  |  Link
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I have same experience, the 'stickyness' is not only h264, but also vc1 and mpeg 2
Yes me to unchecking Continually insert SPS/PPS seems to fix the problem is this a bug ?
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Old 6th April 2008, 20:45   #927  |  Link
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The delay is calculated not correct !
Delay for sound tracks calculated as difference between PTS time of video and audio tracks. Your example contain next values:
8229871752 - first video PTS (pid 110)
8230479071 - first audio PTS (pid 121)
difference: (8230479071-8229871752)/90 = 6747ms

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Old 6th April 2008, 22:18   #928  |  Link
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ok - you try to remux with this delay??
Its komplett out of sync.

If you playback the Orginalfile, the is ok!

What is the problem?
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Old 6th April 2008, 22:24   #929  |  Link
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Batch processing?

Hi,

is it possible to add a batch process to the tsmuxer gui?

I have over 300 HD movies in h.264 (.ts) and I have to remux them all, so that XBMC can play them.

Or is there allready a batch processing solution, which uses tsmuxer?

Thanks,

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Old 6th April 2008, 22:25   #930  |  Link
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Some questions about tsMuxeR...

Hi,

I just tried to read and understand all the posts in this 47 pages long thread, but have still some questions about tsMuxeR.

Untill now, I have been using tsMuxeR to multiplex my H.264/AVC encodes with AC3 audio to M2TS files that can be played on my PS3 from a Storage Card, External Hard Disk Drive or the internal HDD.

Now, I am testing with the new output to "Create Blu-ray disk" feature and managed to create a "Blu-ray DVD" that plays on my PS3. I tried it with a VC-1 videostream (converted with asf2vc1.exe from an ASF demuxed video) and AC3 audio and it worked. Great!

But now, I still have some technical questions:

1. Does tsMuxeR put the correct frame rate of the multiplexed video's into the BDMV File Structure? I noticed that my 23,976fps based video played @ 60Hz instead of 24 Hz? My original 1080p24 Blu-ray disks do playback @ 1080p24. Maybe it's because my video wasn't 1920x1080, but only 1920x816 (with the typical green border on the bottom)?

2. Is it possible to create an AVCHD DVD or Blu-ray disk BDMV File Structure that can be played on a PS3 from a Storage Card or an External Hard Disk Drive instead of a DVD or BD disk? Nero Vision 5 seems to be able to do this, but supports only AVCHD M2TS files with 1080i 25fps PAL interlaced or 1080i 30fps NTSC interlaced based videos.

3. Would it be possible to let tsMuxeR just add black borders to videos with a resolution of 1280x504 or 1920x816?

Many thanks in advance and keep up the good work!

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Old 6th April 2008, 23:35   #931  |  Link
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Does tsMuxeR put the correct frame rate of the multiplexed video's into the BDMV File Structure?
You can check BDMV files (include fps) in bdEdit.

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Is it possible to create an AVCHD DVD or Blu-ray disk BDMV File Structure that can be played on a PS3 from a Storage Card or an External Hard Disk Drive instead of a DVD or BD disk?
I don't know what differences should contain BDMV files played with different media sources. I think, that the difference is not present.

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Would it be possible to let tsMuxeR just add black borders to videos with a resolution of 1280x504 or 1920x816?
It is possible. But I does not plan this feature in the nearest time.

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is it possible to add a batch process to the tsmuxer gui?
You can use tsMuxeR in batch files directly. I have plan to add to tsMuxeR new fake track type "M_ALL". This feature will help to create batch files for remuxing all tracks from source media files.

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Old 7th April 2008, 00:59   #932  |  Link
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Roman,

Thank you for your quick answers

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You can check BDMV files (include fps) in bdEdit.
I did a quick test by adding a demuxed 1080i PAL 25fps HDV to tsMuxeR, together with AC3 sound. When I launched the 'Blu-ray DVD' from the XMB interface, my PS3 switched from 60Hz to 50Hz playback. Very nice!

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I don't know what differences should contain BDMV files played with different media sources. I think, that the difference is not present.
Unfortunately, the Blu-ray BDMV File Structure created by tsMuxeR can only be recognized by the PS3 when it is burned as a DVD5 or DVD9 in the UDF 2.50 format.

This is very strange, because when I copy the BDMV File Structure of an AVCHD DVD created by Nero Vision 5 into a root folder called 'AVCHD' of a FAT32 formatted Storage Card or USB Drive, my PS3 does recognize the BDMV File Structure as an AVCHD DVD when you open the Storage Card or USB Drive from the XMB interface.

There must be some limitation by using real Blu-ray Disk structure instead of using 'AVCHD DVD' format?

My idea was to multiplex to a Blu-ray Disk instead of just creating M2TS files. The major advantage of using the BDMV File Structure is that you can also play VC-1 encoded video on the PS3, use menu's and last but not least control the refresh rate at which the PS3 play your video's:

- 1920x1080 23,976fps or 24fps should be played @ 1080p24
- 1280x720 23,976fps of 24fps should be played @ 720p60, 1090i60 or 1080p60 using 3:2 pulldown by the display panel
- 25fps should be played @ 720p50, 1080i50 or 1080p50
- 30fps should be played @ 720p60, 1080i60 or 1080p60

IMHO, this is really important for judder-free playback.

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Old 7th April 2008, 01:15   #933  |  Link
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For the decision of this problem it is necessary to write a lot of code (special AAC class handled it is necessary for AAC tracks inside MKV container). I think this feature it not so important now. I continue to work at subtitles.


Many thanks for the reply, Roman! I could finally understand why it's still in there.

Your software is great!

Keep up the good work!
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Old 7th April 2008, 08:31   #934  |  Link
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Hi roman76r - firstly, thanks for a great tool!

Just a quick question - are there any plans to be able to output to HD-DVD structure? There are a lot of owners of HD-DVD players that would love this feature...

Cheers

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Old 7th April 2008, 09:50   #935  |  Link
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Hi roman76r - firstly, thanks for a great tool!

Just a quick question - are there any plans to be able to output to HD-DVD structure? There are a lot of owners of HD-DVD players that would love this feature...

Cheers

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HD-DVD is dead and they are so many other issues if roman76r will.....
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HD-DVD is dead and they are so many other issues if roman76r will.....

HD-DVD dead?...yes, and that was the reason for the question. Content on HD-DVD will soon dry up, and it would be good to take an H.264/AC3/DTS MKV and mux it to HD-DVD structure and burn off on dvd5/9 to play on HD-DVD players.

Cheers

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Old 7th April 2008, 10:37   #937  |  Link
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HD-DVD dead?...yes, and that was the reason for the question. Content on HD-DVD will soon dry up, and it would be good to take an H.264/AC3/DTS MKV and mux it to HD-DVD structure and burn off on dvd5/9 to play on HD-DVD players.

Cheers

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If you're really serious about this, then I suggest you look into obtaining some sort of commercial application. I doubt that an author of open source software would be interested in creating any HD-DVD authoring applications. I know HD-DVD was a great format but unfortunately for people like yourself, it doesn't have the future that Blu-ray does.

Ulead and Cyberlink make software that allows for easy HD-DVD authoring and it's focused on the consumer market (fairly priced and not too complicated).
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Old 7th April 2008, 11:47   #938  |  Link
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Just a quick question - are there any plans to be able to output to HD-DVD structure?
No. I do not have a plan to support HD-DVD as output format.
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Old 7th April 2008, 12:23   #939  |  Link
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Roman76R,

Just a quick message to thank you for the work you have done on tsMuxeR.

Today, I managed to create a Blu-ray BDMV File Structure containing 1920x1080 @ 23,976fps based H.264/AC3 video's that instructs my PS3 to send the video via HDMI to my Pioneer Plasma TV @ 1080@24p, just like with commercial Blu-ray Discs. A breakthrough!

Yesterday, I already managed to put both native PAL HDV 25fps 1440x1080i and native PAL AVCHD 25fps 1440x1080i camcorder footage to play with the PS3 @ 50Hz. Great!

The only things I would like to see is:
1. A very simple menu where you can select which video you want to play
2. The ability to play the authored BDMV File Structure with my PS3 directly from a Storage Card, USB Stick or external Hard Disk Drive.

For the second option, you will need to add a new option "Create AVCHD Disk". It seems that the PS3 can only recognize the BDMV File Structure from a 'AVCHD DVD' generated by an AVCHD camcorder or Nero Vision when read from a FAT32 formatted Storage Card, USB Stick or External Hard Disk Drive. For the moment I have to stick with Nero Vision 5 when I want to do something like that.

Many thanks for the nice software and keep up the good work
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You can try to split output stream by size (2Gb max). May be your problem with FAT32 in large files.
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