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Old 11th April 2009, 08:20   #361  |  Link
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thanks Gamezcdr!
also thanks for reporting it!

more test is welcome too

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Old 11th April 2009, 15:35   #362  |  Link
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Audio Preset? Ah, I see it now.

Also, I tried to do an encode of x264+copy audio (ac3) in m2ts, and eac3to reported error "type not supported" or something. But if I do x264+ac3 in m2ts, everything is OK.
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Old 11th April 2009, 15:56   #363  |  Link
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Also, I tried to do an encode of x264+copy audio (ac3) in m2ts, and eac3to reported error "type not supported"
i need the report an a printscreen of error reported by eac3to

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Old 11th April 2009, 19:23   #364  |  Link
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I just tried to do a WMV encode, and got problems all over the place.

First, I got this eac3to error



Then I got this Cscript error.



Here's the report on this encode.

Code:
HDConvertToX v.0.9.205.1600 report

Input File: e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob
Codec Video: mpeg
Width: 720
Heigh: 480
Framerate: 29.970
Framecount: 196213
Duration(hh:mm:ss): 1:49:7
Aspect Ratio: 1.7778
Resized resolution: 720 / 336
Crop Left: 0
Crop Top: 40
Crop Right: 0
Crop Bottom: 40
Activate: Crop Obey to AR

Start Hidden Options ->
Activate Hidden Option: Mod16
-> End Hidden Options

Start Video Configuration ->
Encoding Settings: WMV in WMV
Encoding Preset: 9
Final Size: 95
Priority: idle
Denoise Level: Super Light
Set Manual Bitrate: 
Force DirectShowSource: Off
Deinterlace: Telecine
-> End Video Configuration

Start Audio Configuration ->
Audio Codec: WMA Audio
Audio Bitrate/Quality: 192_48_6_16
Audio Channels: Original
MP3 Mode: abr
SpeedUP: Off
SlowDonw: Off
Normalize: On
-> End Audio Configuration

Start Audio Tracks Selected ->
80: English (AC3 6ch, 0xBD 0x80) [0]
-> End Audio Tracks Selected

Start Subtitles Tracks Selected ->
-> End Subtitles Tracks Selected
Mux Subtitle in MP4/MKV file: On
Encrust Subtitle in Video file: Off

Start Advanced AviSynth ->
Basic Filter: NONE
QMF Filter: NONE
MVDegrain: NONE
FreeAVS String: 
ColorMatrix: On
GreyScale: Off
-> End Advanced AviSynth

Start Queue ->
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\dgindex.exe" -FO=0 -OM=0 -YR=2 -AIF=[e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob] -OF=[E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie] -exit -minimize

"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\eac3to.exe" "e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob" 2: "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdencodertoxvid-pid2.English (AC3 6ch"
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\PgcDemux.exe" -pgc 1 -nocellt -nolog -noaud -sub -nom2v -novob "E:\RippedDVD\MainMovie\SCHOOL_OF_ROCK_16X9\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO" "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp"
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\WMCmd.vbs"  -input "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.avs" -output "E:\Media\Movies\DVD\Comedy\School of Rock.WMV" -v_codec WVC1 -v_preset good  -v_mode 2 -v_quality 95  -a_codec wmapro  -a_mode 0 -a_setting 192_48_6_16 
-> End Queue

AviSynth Script ->
Working with files: E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.avs
#HDConvertToX Avisynth Script
#
#Input File = e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob
#Original Resolution = 720x480
#Aspect Ratio = 1.7778
#Frame rate =29.970
#Number of Frames = 196213
#Lenght (hour:minutes:seconds) = 1:49:7
#Display Aspect Ratio = 2.1334
#Aspect Error = -0.4432
#
#Resized resolution = 720 / 336
#Crop Left = 0
#Crop Top = 40
#Crop Right = 0
#Crop Bottom = 40
#

#Source File
mpeg2source("E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v")

#Insert Deinterlacer
tfm(last,d2v="E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v").tdecimate()

#Applying Resizing
Lanczos4Resize (720,336,0,40,-0,-40)

#Insert Filters As Requested
ColorMatrix(d2v="E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v")

hqdn3d(1)
#WMV Audio muxing
audio=DirectShowSource("E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdencodertoxvid-pid2.English (AC3 6ch")
AudioDub(last,audio)
-> End AviSynth Script
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Old 11th April 2009, 19:30   #365  |  Link
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As for copy AC3 to M2ts heres that report

Code:
HDConvertToX v.0.9.205.1600 report

Input File: e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob
Codec Video: mpeg
Width: 720
Heigh: 480
Framerate: 29.970
Framecount: 196213
Duration(hh:mm:ss): 1:49:7
Aspect Ratio: 1.7778
Resized resolution: 720 / 336
Crop Left: 0
Crop Top: 40
Crop Right: 0
Crop Bottom: 40
Activate: Crop Obey to AR

Start Hidden Options ->
Activate Hidden Option: Mod16
-> End Hidden Options

Start Video Configuration ->
Encoding Settings: X264 in M2TS
Encoding Preset: 9
Final Size: 18
Priority: idle
Denoise Level: Super Light
Set Manual Bitrate: 
Force DirectShowSource: Off
Deinterlace: Telecine
-> End Video Configuration

Start Audio Configuration ->
Audio Codec: Copy Audio
Audio Bitrate/Quality: 128
Audio Channels: Original
MP3 Mode: abr
SpeedUP: Off
SlowDonw: Off
Normalize: On
-> End Audio Configuration

Start Audio Tracks Selected ->
80: English (AC3 6ch, 0xBD 0x80) [0]
-> End Audio Tracks Selected

Start Subtitles Tracks Selected ->
-> End Subtitles Tracks Selected
Mux Subtitle in MP4/MKV file: On
Encrust Subtitle in Video file: Off

Start Advanced AviSynth ->
Basic Filter: NONE
QMF Filter: NONE
MVDegrain: NONE
FreeAVS String: 
ColorMatrix: On
GreyScale: Off
-> End Advanced AviSynth

Start Queue ->
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\dgindex.exe" -FO=0 -OM=0 -YR=2 -AIF=[e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob] -OF=[E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie] -exit -minimize

"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\eac3to.exe" "e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob" 2: "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdencodertoxvid-pid2.English (AC3 6ch"
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\PgcDemux.exe" -pgc 1 -nocellt -nolog -noaud -sub -nom2v -novob "E:\RippedDVD\MainMovie\SCHOOL_OF_ROCK_16X9\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO" "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp"
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\x264.exe" --crf 18 --threads auto --thread-input --no-psnr --progress --keyint 250 --bframes 8 --mixed-refs --trellis 2 --ref 8 --filter -2,-1 --subme 8 --direct auto --vbv-bufsize 14000 --vbv-maxrate 25000 --me esa --no-ssim --merange 24 --weightb --b-adapt 2 --b-pyramid --partitions p8x8,b8x8,i4x4,i8x8,p4x4 --8x8dct --aud --aq-mode 1 --aq-strength 1 --psy-rd 1.1:1.0 --output "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.h264" "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.avs"
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\tsMuxeR.exe" "E:\Media\Movies\DVD\Comedy\School of Rock.meta" "E:\Media\Movies\DVD\Comedy\School of Rock.M2TS"
-> End Queue

AviSynth Script ->
Working with files: E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.avs
#HDConvertToX Avisynth Script
#
#Input File = e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob
#Original Resolution = 720x480
#Aspect Ratio = 1.7778
#Frame rate =29.970
#Number of Frames = 196213
#Lenght (hour:minutes:seconds) = 1:49:7
#Display Aspect Ratio = 2.1334
#Aspect Error = -0.4432
#
#Resized resolution = 720 / 336
#Crop Left = 0
#Crop Top = 40
#Crop Right = 0
#Crop Bottom = 40
#

#Source File
mpeg2source("E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v")

#Insert Deinterlacer
tfm(last,d2v="E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v").tdecimate()

#Applying Resizing
Lanczos4Resize (720,336,0,40,-0,-40)

#Insert Filters As Requested
ColorMatrix(d2v="E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v")

hqdn3d(1)
-> End AviSynth Script
and the screengrab



Also, for some reason, all m2ts encodes crash WMP12, and Media Center, but play just fine in VLC. Anyone have a solution to that one?
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Old 11th April 2009, 19:38   #366  |  Link
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thanks Crono141

please update HDC

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Old 12th April 2009, 03:05   #367  |  Link
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On wmv encoding, I still get the Cscript error that I posted above, but eac3to works ok.

On muxing divx with ac3, AVIMuxGui Crashes. Here's the report.

EDIT: Actually AVIMuxGui Crashes on launch no matter what. Double clicking the app in a folder causes an insta-crash.

Code:
HDConvertToX v.0.9.207.1610 report

Input File: e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob
Codec Video: mpeg
Width: 720
Heigh: 480
Framerate: 29.970
Framecount: 196213
Duration(hh:mm:ss): 1:49:7
Aspect Ratio: 1.7778
Resized resolution: 720 / 336
Crop Left: 0
Crop Top: 40
Crop Right: 0
Crop Bottom: 40
Activate: Crop Obey to AR

Start Hidden Options ->
Activate Hidden Option: Mod16
-> End Hidden Options

Start Video Configuration ->
Encoding Settings: DivX in AVI
Encoding Preset: 9
Final Size: 2.3
Priority: idle
Denoise Level: Super Light
Set Manual Bitrate: 
Force DirectShowSource: Off
Deinterlace: Telecine
-> End Video Configuration

Start Audio Configuration ->
Audio Codec: Copy Audio
Audio Bitrate/Quality: 128
Audio Channels: 2
MP3 Mode: abr
SpeedUP: Off
SlowDonw: Off
Normalize: On
-> End Audio Configuration

Start Audio Tracks Selected ->
80: English (AC3 6ch, 0xBD 0x80) [0]
-> End Audio Tracks Selected

Start Subtitles Tracks Selected ->
-> End Subtitles Tracks Selected
Mux Subtitle in MP4/MKV file: On
Encrust Subtitle in Video file: Off

Start Advanced AviSynth ->
Basic Filter: NONE
QMF Filter: NONE
MVDegrain: NONE
FreeAVS String: 
ColorMatrix: On
GreyScale: Off
-> End Advanced AviSynth

Start Queue ->
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\dgindex.exe" -FO=0 -OM=0 -YR=2 -AIF=[e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob] -OF=[E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie] -exit -minimize

"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\eac3to.exe" "e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob" 2: "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdencodertoxvid-pid2.ac3"
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\PgcDemux.exe" -pgc 1 -nocellt -nolog -noaud -sub -nom2v -novob "E:\RippedDVD\MainMovie\SCHOOL_OF_ROCK_16X9\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO" "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp"
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\avs2avi.exe" "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.avs" "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.avi" -w -p 0 -l "E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox4_vts_01_1.conf"
"E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\applications\AVIMux_GUI.exe" -stdin mux0.amg
-> End Queue

AviSynth Script ->
Working with files: E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.avs
#HDConvertToX Avisynth Script
#
#Input File = e:\rippeddvd\mainmovie\school_of_rock_16x9\video_ts\vts_01_1.vob
#Original Resolution = 720x480
#Aspect Ratio = 1.7778
#Frame rate =29.970
#Number of Frames = 196213
#Lenght (hour:minutes:seconds) = 1:49:7
#Display Aspect Ratio = 2.1334
#Aspect Error = -0.4432
#
#Resized resolution = 720 / 336
#Crop Left = 0
#Crop Top = 40
#Crop Right = 0
#Crop Bottom = 40
#

#Source File
mpeg2source("E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v")

#Insert Deinterlacer
tfm(last,d2v="E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v").tdecimate()

#Applying Resizing
Lanczos4Resize (720,336,0,40,-0,-40)

#Insert Filters As Requested
ColorMatrix(d2v="E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\movie.d2v")

hqdn3d(1)
-> End AviSynth Script

AVIMux-Gui Script >
CLEAR
LOAD E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdconverttox_vts_01_1.avi
LOAD E:\Programs\HDConvertToX\temp\hdencodertoxvid-pid2.English (AC3 6ch
SELECT FILE 1
ADD VIDEOSOURCE
SET OPTION CLOSEAPP 1
SET OPTION OVERWRITEDLG 0
SET OPTION DONEDLG 0
SET OPTION ALL AUDIO 1
SET OPTION ALL SUBTITLES 1
SET INPUT OPTIONS
SET OPTION MP3 VERIFY CBR ALWAYS
SET OPTION MP3 VERIFY RESDLG OFF
SET OUTPUT OPTIONS
WITH SET OPTION
OPENDML 0
RECLISTS 0
AVI ADDJUNKBEFOREHEADERS 0
AUDIO INTERLEAVE 4 FR
PRELOAD 200
END WITH
START E:\Media\Movies\DVD\Comedy\School of Rock.avi
-> End AVIMux-Gui Script
Also, it seems the AC3 file that got split from the movie was only the AC3 file of the 1st vob. Its only 25 minutes long, vs 1:47 for the whole film.

Can I suggest that when you hit the make report button, that the report automatically opens in notepad. Saves time when trying to navigate back to your HDC folder.

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Old 12th April 2009, 08:46   #368  |  Link
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@Crono141

please update HDC

>fixed invoking cscript before launching wmcmd.vbs
>fixed "post_this_file.txt" now open in default txt editor
>fixed workaround for dealing with more then one vobs

as clearly state in manual, you should do rip in 1 BIG vob.
in this update build i added a workaround for multiple vobs, please test it

thanks

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buzz, i know your final output size calculation is still in beta, well iirc thats what you stated last time, set final size to 8192mb, movie turned out just over 11GB, using copy audio with dtshd-ma, with an AVC stream. Just letting you know, also, avimuxgui crashes within utilities, 1.17.7 works ok, have you added 1.17.8 in your package? As i know this crashes as a stand alone program, in vista 32 anyway.

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DOH! 11GB?

please post a make report

also, you say that avimux 1.17.7 it's ok on vista ?

EDIT: dumb question: what is the audio bitrate of dts-ma ?

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Im out of town for work for a few days, back on friday, I will check audio bitrate then. avimux 1.17.7 works fine, the latest 1.17.8 always crashes for me when using it as a standalone program, and from launching it within HDC utilities. could you use 17.7 in your package to check if this solves the issue? Im sure it will, as i have read in several places 17.8 crashes upon launch for everyone.

It looks like HDC used the figure of 8192MB as the video size, and then adds the audio to it, resulting in 11GB total. I know DTSHD-MA files vary between 3GB-4GB, depending on length of track.

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thanks spida

could you please test this build (agaist dts-ma) http://www.64k.it/andres/data/hdconv...tToX_spida.exe

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buzzqw, why does HDC have to extract the video out every time it encodes? It is a waste of time and space. If I'm encoding blu-ray for example, the movie itself is 30GB. I have to rip it to my HDD first, and it HDC extracts it again, I need about 60GB of HDD, which I don't have. Not only that, copying 30GB again would take enormously long.
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OK. I tried WMV encoding again. I didn't get the CScript error like before, but it still bombed out on an error message, but the window closed before I could read it. It gave an error code, with no explanation. Sorry I can't be more specific.

also, I tried launching AVIMuxGui 1.17.7, and it bombed for me as well.

Is it possible to have the option to use vdubmod for avi stream muxing? Thats what I use when AVIMuxGui dies on me.

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feel free to suggest a better workflow

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click on "Save Queue" and from dos box launch it (or add a pause at end of batch)

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make sure you check compatibility mode for AVIMux-Gui.
Right click on AVIMux-Gui in \applications and on compatibility mode set it to Windows Xp SP2

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New Full package 1.0.213.1664

http://www.64k.it/andres/data/hdconv...0.213.1664.rar

>fixed bitrate computing when audio is VBR based (mp3 vbr , nero quality, ogg ) (beta)
>fixed dgavc/dgindex will not be launch if force DSS is selected
>added x264+m2ts.txt as hidden options for starting with x264 as codec and m2ts as container
>fixed wmv encoding of dvd source
>fixed better subtitle handling for dvd
>fixed invoking cscript before launching wmcmd.vbs
>fixed "post_this_file.txt" now open in default txt editor
>fixed workaround for dealing with more then one vobs
>fixed bitrate computing when copying DTS-MA audio tracks (early alpha)
>added 3 options for dealing with audio (please check manual): "Use eac3to as demuxer and decoder", "Force DirectShowSource as decoder", "Force BassAudio Decoder"
>fixed update manual
>other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes

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AutoMKV did not need to analyze and copy the video first.
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HDC need to analyze it. Point.

the video is extracted for DGAVCIndex. Point

IF you force DSS, DGAVCindex will not run

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Great update , forcing directshow seems like a good idea if you do not want eac3to to demux streams (less time taken for overall job),but, im guesing forcing directshow for hi def tracks such as truehd and dtshd-ma will be ok as the arcsoft filters will be used as the decoders (if you have it installed)....correct?
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