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Old 12th May 2009, 21:55   #2641  |  Link
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You're correct, it will not play!

You can't add the "00000.MTS" stream separately. You have to let multiAVCHD generate all the folders and files, including the 00000.MTS video stream.
Ok, but I don't play the file separetely. I am generate a AVCHD folders, using multiAVCHD, of file 00000.MTS and this AVCHD my TV not play.
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Old 12th May 2009, 22:52   #2642  |  Link
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Hi,

what is the best way to bring DVDs as original as possible to Blueray with multiAVCHD?

I tried following:

MakeMKV Chapterinformation will be lost. Language-ID of Audiofiles partly lost.

PgcDemux Chapterinformation will be stored in wrong format, but most programs I know uses this format (Celltimes.txt stored in seconds). Identify of Subtitles (sup-format) is difficult, a program is needed.

Any Ideas?
Ripbot can turn DVD's into movie only Blu Rays. Multiavchd can then be used to put more than one onto one disc with a new menu.
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Old 12th May 2009, 23:24   #2643  |  Link
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Ripbot can turn DVD's into movie only Blu Rays. Multiavchd can then be used to put more than one onto one disc with a new menu.
Thanks for this hint.
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Old 12th May 2009, 23:56   #2644  |  Link
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Ripbot can turn DVD's into movie only Blu Rays. Multiavchd can then be used to put more than one onto one disc with a new menu.
I think this is not what Iīm looking for. It is an encoder, I need a demuxer. It can read only one vob-file, not the whole film. Maybe I didnīt understand the program.
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Old 13th May 2009, 08:19   #2645  |  Link
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VobEdit can be used to demultiplex the files, also to split the streams by cell if needed.
IfoEdit can give you the chapter and language information.
SubRip can turn the demultiplexed subtitles into text format via OCR.

You will have to shuffle around files and do some manual interaction though.
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Old 13th May 2009, 08:49   #2646  |  Link
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Build 577+:

2 options in Settings:

[x] Prompt to import playlists
[x] Prompt to import Welcome Screens



1st option allows you to disable the pop-up question when importing folders.

2nd option allows you to choose whether to import a welcome screen from the imported folder. If you decide to keep the original welcome screen - multiAVCHD will not generate one, but will use the imported instead.

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Old 13th May 2009, 09:43   #2647  |  Link
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VobEdit can be used to demultiplex the files, also to split the streams by cell if needed.
IfoEdit can give you the chapter and language information.
SubRip can turn the demultiplexed subtitles into text format via OCR.

You will have to shuffle around files and do some manual interaction though.
Hi,

thanks for the answer, I can try this in the evening, but as I know this programs they also use for chapters celltimes.txt which is not supportet by multiAVCHD.

My problem is not to bring one DVD in AVCHD-Format, I have to convert a lot of DVDs, so Iīm looking for a most comfortable method.

Maybe I have to write a script or small program to bring celltimes.txt in the correct format.
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Old 13th May 2009, 09:44   #2648  |  Link
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If you send me a sample of how celltimes look - i can make multiAVCHD support the format.

Are celltimes in frames format?

1000 (40th second in 25fps video for chapter 1?)
2000
3000
4000
etc...

Also, do you (or anyone else) know if celltimes use 30fps for (29.970) and 24 for (23.976)?
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Old 13th May 2009, 10:07   #2649  |  Link
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If you send me a sample of how celltimes look - i can make multiAVCHD support the format.

Are celltimes in frames format?

1000 (40th second in 25fps video for chapter 1?)
2000
3000
4000
etc...

Also, do you (or anyone else) know if celltimes use 30fps for (29.970) and 24 for (23.976)?
It is frames format, PAL = 25.
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Celltimes.txt

http://www.videohelp.com/forum/archi...p-t149243.html
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Okay... it is added.

multiAVCHD will recognize celltime format in external chapter files (i.e. movie-video.mpg + movie-video.txt).

Dean

p.s. I asked about the fps because when you have RFF flags in mpeg video for pull-down, etc... celltime->time calculation is different.

Just try with your video files and let me know how it worked.
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Okay... it is added.

multiAVCHD will recognize celltime format in external chapter files (i.e. movie-video.mpg + movie-video.txt).

Dean

Just try with your video files and let me know how it worked.
Thatīs great!

I will test this in the evening.
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Old 13th May 2009, 13:52   #2653  |  Link
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DVD (IFO) to AVCHD/Blu-ray

Because these weeks multiAVCHD it's getting better and better I decided to add one-click DVD import functionality.

You can see in the log that it took about 7 minutes to convert my Savage Garden DVD to AVCHD (only the main concert without the extras) Of course you can select ALL IFO files from your VIDEO_TS folder (without VIDEO_TS.IFO of course) and you'll get almost a full copy of your DVD with the extras - I just tried it and it worked.

multiAVCHD uses IfoUpdate.exe (by jdobbs) to extract chapters and mplayer to extract audio and video from the selected IFO playlist.

Now my XMB menu shows 12 chapters pointing to the first 12 songs.

At this time it supports AC3 audio (first track only) and no subtitles. But I'll find a way to extract all audio tracks and probably subtitles.

You'll need either full download or download ifoupdate.exe and save it in your tools folder.

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[15:36:25] Log started for multiAVCHD  v2.6 (build 578) 

[15:36:25] Current output mode will include
[15:36:25] maximum of 252 titles.

[15:36:25] Processing 1 input file/folder.
[15:36:25] Converting file to BDMV (D:\__TEST\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO).
[15:36:25] Pre-processing DVD IFO file...
[15:36:25] Step 1/3: Extracting chapters
[15:36:25] Step 2/3: Extracting audio
[15:37:53] Step 3/3: Extracting video
[15:40:01] Completed!
[15:40:02] Detected video: ID#1:V_MPEG-2 720x576, fps=25.000
[15:40:02] Detected display AR: 1024x576 (AR:1.78)
[15:40:02] Total of 1 tracks found in this file.
[15:40:02] Adding audiofile (dvddump.ac3)
[15:40:02] Generating meta file for tsMuxer...
[15:40:02] M2TS stream split set at 4000MiB...
[15:40:02] Checking for external chapters (d:\_temp\dvddump.txt)...
[15:40:02] Using external chapters...
[15:40:02] Creating clip and playlist info (tsMuxeR)...
[15:42:23] Done!
[15:42:23] Media transfer: 00000 -> 00000.m2ts
[15:42:23] Processing playlist files...
[15:42:25] Will use chapter marks: 00:00:00.000;00:06:19.679;00:10:00.479;00:15:45.599;00:21:09.119;00:24:44.160;...
[15:42:25] Preparing authoring information...
[15:42:25] Creating PAL top menu.
[15:42:25] Authoring menu (PAL).
[15:42:27] Creating menu backgrounds for 1 titles (XMB)...
[15:42:27] Trying to use Directshow first...
[15:42:54] Creating video backgrounds for XMB menu completed.
[15:43:01] Authoring custom menu completed.
[15:43:01] Setting menu for 1 titles...
[15:43:01] STOP command after title #1 inserted.
[15:43:01] Setting menu properties...
[15:43:01] Processing clip (CPI/CLPI) files...
[15:43:01] Completed.
[15:43:01] Renaming files to FAT compatible 8.3 filenames...
[15:43:01] Done!
[15:43:03] D:\multiAVCHD\AVCHD_SG DVD folder created!
[15:43:03] Rename D:\multiAVCHD\AVCHD_SG DVD to AVCHD and copy it to root of USB drive or USB disk.
[15:43:03] Deleting only files in temp folder (D:\_TEMP\)...
[15:43:03] You may now remove temp folder (D:\_TEMP\).
[15:43:03] Your compilation contains 1hrs 21min 0sec of video material.
[15:43:03] End of log.
Now, how cool is this!
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Iīm wonderung how fast you implement the wishes of your "customers" ;-) :-)

This is a great program and everyday it will get more powerfull.
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Nice work Dean, well done.
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Okay... it is added.

multiAVCHD will recognize celltime format in external chapter files (i.e. movie-video.mpg + movie-video.txt).

Dean

Just try with your video files and let me know how it worked.
I tried this and got attached error.
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I tried import of DVD (IFO-File) and checked the generated m2ts file with ffmpeg and got following report:

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[mpeg2video @ 015724F0]ac-tex damaged at 9 7
[mpeg2video @ 015724F0]Warning MVs not available
[mpeg2video @ 015724F0]concealing 1305 DC, 1305 AC, 1305 MV errors
Input #0, mpegts, from '00000.m2ts':
  Duration: 01:30:04.00, start: 600.000000, bitrate: 4824 kb/s
  Program 1
    Stream #0.0[0x1011]: Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 720x576 [PAR 16:15 DAR 4:3], 2994 kb/s, 25.00 tb(r)
    Stream #0.1[0x1100](und): Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, s16, 384 kb/s
Playback with vlc worked fine.
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I can't see your attached error and I don't understand your second post. Is it working or not?

I'm fixing some issues and adding support for DVD VIDEO_TS folder (with multiple titles).

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I can't see your attached error
(RT) Invalid array index(2), Valid range (1-1) - Line 1820.

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I don't understand your second post. Is it working or not?
I wonderd about the message from ffmpeg. As I wrote I tested only playback with VLC and that worked.
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The error you're getting is about SRT subtitles and not related to chapters at all. Check if you have ssa/srt subtitles in the same folder. I fixed it but it will be available in the next update.

Test with AVCHD/Blu-ray player, not with file-playback programs.
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