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Old 22nd February 2010, 17:30   #1441  |  Link
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Because along with the actual TrueHD data there are the bytes that make up the Matroska container itself.
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Is there a newer (or other) gui that MKVextractGUI 1.6.4.1 ? It doesn't seem to support everything.
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Old 24th February 2010, 07:45   #1443  |  Link
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Old 25th February 2010, 06:03   #1444  |  Link
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Thanks sneaker_ger!

Now if only I can figure out why the WDTVLive has problems with some mkv's depending on what created them and which xml files are in it....
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Old 25th February 2010, 18:14   #1445  |  Link
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there is a bug when we try to mux and .mp4 video.
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there is a bug when we try to mux and .mp4 video.
You can try the following:

1. Anything that mosu asks you to do.

2. Rename the .mkv file you made and play it again.

3. Try muxing using an earlier version of mkvtoolnix.

4. Try muxing using GDSmux, included within the Haali Media Splitter package.

5. Use Mediainfo on each file, select text mode, and post the results here.
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Old 25th February 2010, 23:14   #1447  |  Link
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I just demux my file with tsmuxer and it worked.

My file was created with the latest megui 0.3.4.2 and x264 1442.
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Old 26th February 2010, 13:45   #1448  |  Link
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there is a bug when we try to mux and .mp4 video.
http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkv...-219-setup.exe
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Thanks.

I'll try that.
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Old 1st March 2010, 20:32   #1450  |  Link
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Track Sizes

Is there a way to get the sizes (in Bytes or MB or whatever) of all the tracks in an mkv file? or for specific tracks?

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Not with one of the programs from mkvtoolnix -- at least not without external scripting around mkvinfo's output.
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Thanks. I saved the output of mkvinfo to a file, imported it into Excel, and got the total sizes of each track. Oddly, it may be just as quick to use mkvextract to see those track sizes directly.
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You could also use AVIMUX Gui for that, it will the show the size of each video and audio track in MBytes (one decimal).
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Thanks. I saved the output of mkvinfo to a file, imported it into Excel, and got the total sizes of each track. Oddly, it may be just as quick to use mkvextract to see those track sizes directly.
Both mkvinfo and mkvextract have to parse the whole file (as does AVIMuxGUI btw) in order to get the track sizes as there's no header field for this information in Matroska files.
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Just wondering if there's a way to make this crappy app to respect splitting filesize. 4499 MB instead of 4475 huh? If it's not too much to ask.
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I'm convinced "[)370|\|470!2" doesn't actually know what the word "crap" means, or else he wouldn't use it to describe the most popular and feature-rich Matroska muxing application in the world.
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He also doesn't seem to know that you can't split (most) video files in arbitrary places.
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He also doesn't know that asking nicely and politely is usually the best way to get good answers.
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C'mon, the question was corny, thought it'd be obvious. This bug/feature/whatever that is that sits in there - for how long... forever? Which means that author has no intention to look into it really. Oh, and yet another good reason for me to stay away from this app and quit giving it a try, which would've prevent me from wasting two hours for nothing today, thanks for asking.

Sorry if it was too sincere/not polite enough.
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Instead of continue to troll, you should ask 'why?'. Maybe the discussion would be more constructive...
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