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Old 18th June 2010, 00:09   #1941  |  Link
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First trial result: unsuccesful.

From an Iso file created by ImageBurn.

EDIT: sorry, i need Haali as well, correct?
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Old 18th June 2010, 00:10   #1942  |  Link
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Nope, don't do that. It should be done only from an original disc. It will NOT work on something that's been touched by tsMuxer.
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Old 18th June 2010, 00:12   #1943  |  Link
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Nope, don't do that. It should be done only from an original disc. It will NOT work on something that's been touched by tsMuxer.
So, forget it

EDIT: I removed makemkv.
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Old 18th June 2010, 00:14   #1944  |  Link
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To each their own. I'm just happy that ffdshow can give us bitstreamed audio and dxva video and subs from these MKV's. I don't care how they're created as long as they work.
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Old 18th June 2010, 00:21   #1945  |  Link
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Any reason to use Solveig over the MPC splitter (Matroska)? Neither support PGS but aside from that MatroskaSplitter.ax has been rock solid. Always good to have choices
I think Samuri gave the right answer:

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Nope, don't do that. It should be done only from an original disc. It will NOT work on something that's been touched by tsMuxer.

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Old 18th June 2010, 00:24   #1946  |  Link
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I've tried on many of my tsMuxer made movie only ISO's. Not one of them worked. It'll work from an unmodified, full ISO, but, not from a movie only ISO made from tsMuxer. No idea what's up with that.
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Old 18th June 2010, 00:31   #1947  |  Link
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I've tried on many of my tsMuxer made movie only ISO's. Not one of them worked. It'll work from an unmodified, full ISO, but, not from a movie only ISO made from tsMuxer. No idea what's up with that.
I'd prefer to wait Solveig guys to implement a new version.
I made the comparison between Haali and Gabest before, as you remember?

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No idea what's up with that.
I'd say it's a commercial SW finally.

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Old 18th June 2010, 07:58   #1948  |  Link
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Jeez, we're way off-topic now...

Perhaps one of the moderators should split our "non-audio" and "muxing" posts into a new thread
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Old 18th June 2010, 11:43   #1949  |  Link
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mkvmerge will get raw PGS input support in the near future though.
And here's such a build: http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkv...-270-setup.exe

Please direct any comment to the mkvtoolnix support thread. Bugs, ideas etc about mkvtoolnix are pretty off topic in this one. Thanks.
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Old 18th June 2010, 14:18   #1950  |  Link
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And here's such a build: http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkv...-270-setup.exe

Please direct any comment to the mkvtoolnix support thread. Bugs, ideas etc about mkvtoolnix are pretty off topic in this one. Thanks.
OMG, thank you! Will try it out and post feedback in the mkvtoolnix thread.
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Old 18th June 2010, 14:55   #1951  |  Link
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Need some help understanding something.

Code:
00000516	0.50900584	[4972]  WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE :	
00000517	0.50900584	[4972]  subFormat : KSDATAFORMAT_SUBTYPE_IEC61937_DTS_HD	
00000518	0.50900584	[4972]  	
00000519	0.50900584	[4972]  wSamplesPerBlock : 16 	
00000520	0.50900584	[4972] Valid bits per sample : 16	
00000521	0.50900584	[4972]  dwChannelMask : 255	
00000522	0.50900584	[4972]  	
00000523	0.50900584	[4972]  WAVEFORMATEX :	
00000524	0.50900584	[4972]  wFormatTag : WAVE_FORMAT_EXTENSIBLE	
00000525	0.50900584	[4972]  Channels : 8 	
00000526	0.50900584	[4972] Bits per sample : 16 	
00000527	0.50900584	[4972]  Samples per second : 192000 	
00000528	0.50900584	[4972]  nBlockAlign : 16	
00000529	0.50900584	[4972]  nAvgBytesPerSec : 3072000	
00000530	0.50900584	[4972]  	
00000531	0.57470566	[4972] no picture	
00000532	0.57473069	[4972] TffdshowDecAudio::deliverSampleBistream Delivering IEC sample format type 1041 - sample size 2468 - buffer length 32768	
00000533	0.57481670	[4972] TDXVADecoder::PostProcessFrame  0	
00000534	0.57980877	[4972] Media Type Structure	
00000535	0.57980877	[4972]  Format type : FORMAT_WaveFormatEx	
00000536	0.57980877	[4972]  Sub type : MEDIASUBTYPE_PCM	
00000537	0.57980877	[4972]
vs

Code:
00000514	0.28720888	[1324]  WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE :	
00000515	0.28720888	[1324]  subFormat : KSDATAFORMAT_SUBTYPE_IEC61937_DTS_HD	
00000516	0.28720888	[1324]  	
00000517	0.28720888	[1324]  wSamplesPerBlock : 16 	
00000518	0.28720888	[1324] Valid bits per sample : 16	
00000519	0.28720888	[1324]  dwChannelMask : 255	
00000520	0.28720888	[1324]  	
00000521	0.28720888	[1324]  WAVEFORMATEX :	
00000522	0.28720888	[1324]  wFormatTag : WAVE_FORMAT_EXTENSIBLE	
00000523	0.28720888	[1324]  Channels : 8 	
00000524	0.28720888	[1324] Bits per sample : 16 	
00000525	0.28720888	[1324]  Samples per second : 192000 	
00000526	0.28720888	[1324]  nBlockAlign : 16	
00000527	0.28720888	[1324]  nAvgBytesPerSec : 3072000	
00000528	0.28720888	[1324]  	
00000529	0.28730148	[1324] TffdshowDecAudio::deliverSampleBistream Delivering IEC sample format type 1041 - sample size 2468 - buffer length 32768	
00000530	0.28738225	[1324] Media Type Structure	
00000531	0.28738225	[1324]  Format type : FORMAT_WaveFormatEx	
00000532	0.28738225	[1324]  Sub type : MEDIASUBTYPE_PCM	
00000533	0.28738225	[1324]
See in the first one is say "No picture"? What does that mean?
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Old 18th June 2010, 15:11   #1952  |  Link
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That's probably video related.
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Old 18th June 2010, 15:16   #1953  |  Link
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I agree. But the interesting part is that's the difference between the mkvmerge created file (bottom log) that breaks up and doesn't play and the makemkv made file (top log) that works flawlessly. They SHOULD be identical because I took the makemkv made file and used that as input for mkvmerge. Using haali, the mkvmerge file doesn't work. Just trying to figure out why.
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Old 18th June 2010, 20:05   #1954  |  Link
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I was thinking a month or so ago... I could have sworn haali worked during the beta testing for ffdshow HD audio bitstreaming.

Do you remember samuri, seb, rica?

I've tested old builds of haali and ffdshow (right back to the first release of HD audio bitstreaming) however no luck.
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Old 18th June 2010, 20:08   #1955  |  Link
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No, it never worked. For DTS-HD MA anyway. It works fine for TrueHD. And it works fine for DTS-HD MA MKV's made with MakeMKV. I can't get Haali to split DTS-HD MA m2ts/ts files so I can't test that. Honestly, at this point, I'd be SUPER FREAKING PSYCHED if the MPC splitter was updated to handle PGS subs in MKV's. I'm seriously.
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Old 19th June 2010, 07:23   #1956  |  Link
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Honestly, at this point, I'd be SUPER FREAKING PSYCHED if the MPC splitter was updated to handle PGS subs in MKV's. I'm seriously.
Indeed...

When was MPC's splitter (or splitters) last updated? I ask because PGS subs in .M2TS files appear to work!
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Indeed...

When was MPC's splitter (or splitters) last updated? I ask because PGS subs in .M2TS files appear to work!
I submitted a feature request on the MPC HC thread regarding adding support for PGS with the MPC splitter. Hopefully someone is listening!!!
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Yea, it supports PGS in m2ts, just not MKV, so, "in theory" it shouldn't be too difficult to add it.
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What can cause LPCM to playback slow while video is normal speed? It is happening with both ffdshow and MPC-HC internal transform filter. HD bitstream is normal.
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I submitted a feature request on the MPC HC thread regarding adding support for PGS with the MPC splitter. Hopefully someone is listening!!!
Hi,

Casimir666 has added support for MPC Matroska Splitter for PGS sub today

Thanks to him
And it's working great
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