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Old 29th May 2008, 09:49   #1641  |  Link
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You could always use the Fat32 hard drive and AVCHD approach and play all your VC1 encoded disc that way.
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...98#post1126598
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You could always use the Fat32 hard drive and AVCHD approach and play all your VC1 encoded disc that way.
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...98#post1126598
But then you need to break things up in 4G chunks: not the ideal movie experience. :)
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Old 29th May 2008, 10:03   #1643  |  Link
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But then you need to break things up in 4G chunks: not the ideal movie experience.
I only use this option when subtitles are needed.
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Old 29th May 2008, 10:11   #1644  |  Link
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So, I transcoded a bit to RAWAVC. Hmm, odd, the H.264 stream is entirely black! I don't need 96G to achieve that; I can do that with 5 bytes! :) But seriously, what's with the black?
I guess I'm not doing it right. The resulting mp4 can't be played ("an error occured"); and the RAWAVC stream is entirely black. That doesn't seem right.

Plus, the MeGUI 'analyze' option says the material is 'progressive', whereas tsMuxeR clearly says it's 1080i.

Any MeGUI experts here? :)
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Old 29th May 2008, 10:26   #1645  |  Link
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I guess I'm not doing it right. The resulting mp4 can't be played ("an error occured"); and the RAWAVC stream is entirely black. That doesn't seem right.

Plus, the MeGUI 'analyze' option says the material is 'progressive', whereas tsMuxeR clearly says it's 1080i.

Any MeGUI experts here?
I'm not an expert, but use one of the bluray profiles.
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Old 29th May 2008, 11:01   #1646  |  Link
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Streaming possible in WMV or M2TS (renamed to MPG) conteiners.
XviD4PSP just history name. Now this is powerfull video/audio converter. With MP4, x264, M2TS and all other good tools inside.
About 5.1 - VC1 + AC3 in M2TS only. Or x264 + AC3 in M2TS too.
Recoding not a problem - open your file in XviD4PSP, set M2TS format and encode.
Problem only copy VC1 stream - PS3 play perfect VC1-WMV3 streams.

@n0mag!c
Thanks for tip, but TsMuxer don`t accept WMV3 FOURCC. Will try replace FOURCC to WVC1 now. Hope it help.
Also play with WMV to WMV remuxing. Found Windows Media Stream Editor tool (inside WM9 enc). Tool perfect demux streams and let create correct audio for PS3. But don`t let mux back a + v stream to wmv, may be my mistake ?

Update:
WVC1 FOURCC don`t help. TsMuxer still don`t accept VC1 stream from MKV created with gdsmux from WMV.

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Streaming possible in WMV or M2TS (renamed to MPG) conteiners.
XviD4PSP just history name. Now this is powerfull video/audio converter. With MP4, x264, M2TS and all other good tools inside.
About 5.1 - VC1 + AC3 in M2TS only. Or x264 + AC3 in M2TS too.
Recoding not a problem - open your file in XviD4PSP, set M2TS format and encode.
Problem only copy VC1 stream - PS3 play perfect VC1-WMV3 streams.
My, I stand corrected then! :) I'm going to try it out immediately. Thanks!
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Old 29th May 2008, 14:55   #1648  |  Link
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Thanks for the info, I'll give it a try! What if I used only tsRemux in the first place and not tsmuxer, would I only have to do it once??
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Old 29th May 2008, 16:22   #1649  |  Link
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Does tsMuxeR remap the blu-ray LPCM channels when demuxing, like eac3to?

I searched, but could find only one post, which I don't think is definitive.

Also, has anyone translated the readme.txt file yet?

Thanks.
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Old 29th May 2008, 18:10   #1650  |  Link
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Oh great. The PS3 victims have finally taken over this thread for good. Time to move on I guess...
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Old 29th May 2008, 20:00   #1651  |  Link
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To my eternal sadness, MeGui is as good as totally unusable in Vista:
Hi asarian,

As far as i understand you are not living issues with MeGui itself but you are living issues with installing MeGui in Vista or updating it???

If so, install it into a folder you created-like MeGui folder- on Desktop, you will see auto update is working.
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Old 30th May 2008, 01:29   #1652  |  Link
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Does tsMuxeR remap the blu-ray LPCM channels when demuxing, like eac3to?

I searched, but could find only one post, which I don't think is definitive.
In my test the output wav's from tsmuxer are always with correct channel mapping.

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This worked:

eac3to source.mlp destination.wavs

destination.wavs + dummy.vc1 -> Scenarist -> destination_2.m2ts

Video.vc1 + destination_2.m2ts -> tsMuxeR -> final_destination.ts

It's strange because Top Gun HD-DVD with TrueHD plays fine using Pcm2Tsmu. Oh well, I have a working method for me. I've got some other stuff to do today........
Please put the eac3to log file.
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Thanks for the info, I'll give it a try! What if I used only tsRemux in the first place and not tsmuxer, would I only have to do it once??
Tyee i tried this last with the Dolby TrueHD track and guess what it still does not play, I am resigned to the fact that there is no software yet available that will alllow the Dolby TrueHD track play from an external USB drive in an AVCHD folder.

I now look for titles with just DTS-HD MA to play from the external hard drive and get MKV for the rest.
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Old 30th May 2008, 12:17   #1654  |  Link
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Hi,

Is there any chance for an option to not use full paths (aka short paths) in the meta file?

Example:
V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, "C:\videos\movie.h264", insertSEI, contSPS, track=1, lang=eng
A_DTS, "C:\videos\movie.dts", track=2, lang=eng
S_TEXT/UTF8, "C:\videos\movie.srt", ...

changes to:
V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, "movie.h264", insertSEI, contSPS, track=1, lang=eng
A_DTS, "movie.dts", track=2, lang=eng
S_TEXT/UTF8, "movie.srt", ...
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Old 30th May 2008, 21:24   #1655  |  Link
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Ive got a little problem and Im hoping someone has the answer

I demuxed the LPCM track from the Patriot blu ray using eac3to and then converted it to a 1.5mb dts track

However, when I come to mux this into a m2ts with the h264 stream tsmuxer returns an error message
"cant detect stream type"

Anyone got any ideas?

The dts track plays perfectly in MPC so it seems ok on first look...

Thanks in advance for any info/guidance
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Old 31st May 2008, 03:14   #1656  |  Link
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Ive got a little problem and Im hoping someone has the answer

I demuxed the LPCM track from the Patriot blu ray using eac3to and then converted it to a 1.5mb dts track

However, when I come to mux this into a m2ts with the h264 stream tsmuxer returns an error message
"cant detect stream type"

Anyone got any ideas?

The dts track plays perfectly in MPC so it seems ok on first look...

Thanks in advance for any info/guidance
With this CMD:


eac3to source.m2ts destination.dts



You shouldn't have any problems. You need to let eac3to do ALL the work including calling Surcode. Don't demux the track separately and then run it through Surcode. You need to do it all in one CMD. Also make sure the channels are being remapped from BluRay LPCM -> 6 channels. I've done this tons of times with ZERO problems.
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Hi asarian,

As far as i understand you are not living issues with MeGui itself but you are living issues with installing MeGui in Vista or updating it???

If so, install it into a folder you created-like MeGui folder- on Desktop, you will see auto update is working.
I managed to muck around a bit with the directories, and it updates now! Thanks. :)

I finally went with RipBot264, though, as MeGUI still gave me an unplayable (black) mp4. With RipBot264, you just open the m2ts files with the VC-1 stream in it, set everything to max, and presto, you have a shiny new AVC stream in no time! Well, actually, it took 10 hours, lol, but I've yet to see any prog that is so easy to use that even a newbie like yours truly can get it to work. :)
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Here is a sample of the video, hopefully this helps more.

http://www.doinkdoink.us/00070.m2ts

I have many more files like this that do the same thing. I am able to demux it with eac3to and I think TSRemux but that just gives different errors and its still unable to open the files.
Anyone able to shed some light? Still having this problem
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Old 31st May 2008, 14:25   #1659  |  Link
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Hi asarian,
are you sure NetFramework 3.5 is loaded in your PC?

BTW: If you don't mind, pls cut a 25 sec. m2ts from your problematic BD rip via TSMuxer and upload it to rapid?
I'll send you back as what you want
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Old 31st May 2008, 16:11   #1660  |  Link
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With this CMD:


eac3to source.m2ts destination.dts



You shouldn't have any problems. You need to let eac3to do ALL the work including calling Surcode. Don't demux the track separately and then run it through Surcode. You need to do it all in one CMD. Also make sure the channels are being remapped from BluRay LPCM -> 6 channels. I've done this tons of times with ZERO problems.
I found the problem - I was using an old version of surcode 1.021 now on 1.023 and tsmuxer accepts it - Thanks for the info though
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