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Old 9th December 2011, 06:25   #4141  |  Link
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Ive also tried multiavchd
Select "Hard encode first external subtitle track (transparent)" twice (You'll see what I mean)
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Old 9th December 2011, 14:50   #4142  |  Link
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tsMuxeR commandline demuxing of Bluray subtitles

Have an M2TS file from a Bluray disc. I would like to use the command line tsMuxeR tool on Linux to remove the English subtitle track and save it as a .sup file. I setup a .meta file to help.

But I am not getting the subtitle file, instead it creates a directory with the same name.

What am I doing wrong?

file.meta file:
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MUXOPT --no-pcr-on-video-pid --new-audio-pes --demux --vbr  --vbv-len=500
S_HDMV/PGS, "00501.m2ts", track=4608, lang=eng
Command line:
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./tsMuxeR file.meta 00501.sup
Resultant files:
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root@127.0.0.1:/Folder/BDMV/STREAM# ls -lrtd *.sup
drwx------    2 root     root            3 Dec  8 21:29 00501_track4621.sup/

root@127.0.0.1:/Folder/BDMV/STREAM#
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Old 9th December 2011, 14:59   #4143  |  Link
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Don't give the .SUP file name as output in the command line -- give it an output folder name. TSMUXER will name the .SUP itself based on the source name and track ID. It has to do that since the demuxing function can result in more than one output file.
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Old 9th December 2011, 16:13   #4144  |  Link
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Don't give the .SUP file name as output in the command line -- give it an output folder name. TSMUXER will name the .SUP itself based on the source name and track ID. It has to do that since the demuxing function can result in more than one output file.
That did the trick.

However, the output looks like it's just a suffix, i.e., .track_4608.sup

Any way to prefix it with the M2TS file name, e.g., 00501.track_4608.sup?
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root@127.0.0.1:/Folder/BDMV/STREAM# ls -la sup
drwxr-xr-x    2 root     root            3 Dec  9 09:33 ./
drwxr-xr-x    3 nobody   smbusers       74 Dec  9 09:32 ../
-rw-r-----    1 root     root     37305563 Dec  9 09:42 .track_4608.sup
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Old 9th December 2011, 17:05   #4145  |  Link
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That did the trick.

However, the output looks like it's just a suffix, i.e., .track_4608.sup

Any way to prefix it with the M2TS file name, e.g., 00501.track_4608.sup?
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root@127.0.0.1:/Folder/BDMV/STREAM# ls -la sup
drwxr-xr-x    2 root     root            3 Dec  9 09:33 ./
drwxr-xr-x    3 nobody   smbusers       74 Dec  9 09:32 ../
-rw-r-----    1 root     root     37305563 Dec  9 09:42 .track_4608.sup
It always does when I use it -- but I''m on a windows machine. Here's an example of a meta file I've used:
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MUXOPT --no-pcr-on-video-pid --new-audio-pes --demux --vbr  --vbv-len=500
V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, "00018.m2ts", fps=23.976
A_DTS, "00018.M2TS", down-to-dts, track=4352, lang=eng
S_HDMV/PGS, "00018.M2TS",fps=23.976, track=4608,lang=eng
S_HDMV/PGS, "00018.M2TS",fps=23.976, track=4609,lang=spa
With this command line:
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d:\tsmuxer\tsmuxer.exe 00018.meta  d:\output
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Old 9th December 2011, 19:56   #4146  |  Link
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That did the trick.

However, the output looks like it's just a suffix, i.e., .track_4608.sup

Any way to prefix it with the M2TS file name, e.g., 00501.track_4608.sup?
Now that you have successfully demuxed the file you can rename it to whatever you like!
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Old 8th January 2012, 06:15   #4147  |  Link
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I know people have been asking for this for years, but I would really like to see tsMuxeR gain the capability to mux DVB subtitles into .M2TS (from a .srt file).
My HD player doesn't recognize PGS-formatted subtitle streams and there doesn't seem to be anything out there that can create a .M2TS file with a "DVB subtitle" track. If tsMuxeR could do it, it would enable a complete end-to-end solution for transcoding video to play on HD recorders.
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Old 23rd January 2012, 05:12   #4148  |  Link
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I love this program! It saved my bacon when my authoring system decided to stop allowing me to produce multichannel BD-Rs. Now I just strip in the Dolby AC3 multichannel after building the disc image. But that got me thinking.. BD supports up to 8 channels of LPCM. So why not mux in multichannel LPCM instead of lossy Dolby ac3? But here's my problem.. tsMuxer accepts the LPCM just fine and muxes it beautifully.. but when I burn the disc and pop it into my Oppo BDP-83, the player thinks it's "1/1 Dolby" and won't play any audio--disc is silent. Any idea what I might be doing wrong?
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Old 23rd January 2012, 05:41   #4149  |  Link
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I love this program! It saved my bacon when my authoring system decided to stop allowing me to produce multichannel BD-Rs. Now I just strip in the Dolby AC3 multichannel after building the disc image. But that got me thinking.. BD supports up to 8 channels of LPCM. So why not mux in multichannel LPCM instead of lossy Dolby ac3? But here's my problem.. tsMuxer accepts the LPCM just fine and muxes it beautifully.. but when I burn the disc and pop it into my Oppo BDP-83, the player thinks it's "1/1 Dolby" and won't play any audio--disc is silent. Any idea what I might be doing wrong?
Firstly, LPCM on Bluray is not in standard channel order, so if you want it to be correct when burnt to a disc, you need to re-arrange the channels if you have created LPCM from DD, DTS etc.

LPCM files over 4GB can cause muxing issues I believe: IIRC, creating them as w64 gets around this issue.

Eac3to can decode most things to LPCM and can perform channel re-ordering and output as w64 in one go: it might be your best option before muxing with TsMuxer.

LPCM is very space hungry compared to the lossy and lossless audio codecs, so don't be surprised at 6GB just for audio for a movie.

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Old 23rd January 2012, 06:11   #4150  |  Link
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My test file was under 2GB, less than 20 minute program. The channel order is L,R,C,SW,LS,RS. The audio originates from a MOTU896, whose files go into Adobe Premiere CS3 to make the main program. From there, I make a multichannel PCM file with the above channel assignments, and then remux it with tsMuxer.
Lately, I'm wondering if it's a little endian problem.. some info I looked up said that Blu-ray is Big endian, so my little endian PCM might be the problem?
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I found another problem with the BD I made this evening using tsMuxer, this time to fuse a Dolby Surround file with the associated video stream (that Encore demoted to stereo, hence why I'm using tsMuxer to replace the defective audio): although the discs play ok if you simply put them in the player and watch from start to end, any attempt to navigate via chapter advance, or fast forward, results in playback freezing for about a minute, before resuming playback. The disc images I made in Encore that I did NOT touch with tsMuxer, fast forward and chapter advance like a normal commercial BD, with barely any lag. Uh-oh. Houston, I think we have a problem here...

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Apparently it's just the 640kbps Dolby surround track that causes this. Fusion with the 512kbps Dolby surround track is okay. I guess not a problem with the muxing, but a problem with Blu-ray player being able to handle 640kbps ac3 file.
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I am trying to mux to .m2ts an .m2v file edited in Sony Vegas with an .ac3 file edited in Vegas. TsMuxer handles it just fine if I leave it at VBR default settings.

However, the original renders were 1920 x 1080 / 60i m2v at a CBR of 21,000 kbps. I want to keep it that way.

But when I change the VRR in TsMuxer to a CBR of 21,000 kbps and try to mux, it gives continuous VBV Buffer Overflow errors until finally terminating the mux indicating too many overflow errors. Tried to mux to .ts and same thing occurs.

I have tried more than 10 different settings for VBV buffer size and all cause the same problem.

Anyone have a solution?

I am using tsMuxer version 1.10.6

Someone posted the same problem on VideoHelp under the download for TsMuxer

I get buffer overflow errors when trying to mux cbr--Ive changed the bit rate and changed the vbv buffer size and still getting the error--But for vbr muxing, this program rocks!

No one had an answer.

http://www.videohelp.com/tools/tsMuxeR

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I am trying to mux to .m2ts an .m2v file edited in Sony Vegas with an .ac3 file edited in Vegas. TsMuxer handles it just fine if I leave it at VBR default settings.
If you are using tsMuxeR to mux a file that has been edited with any program, why does it matter what the setting is? Whatever the files properties were encoded at are what they are! tsMuxeR is only muxing them.
Header information will not necessarily change a files compliance.
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If you are using tsMuxeR to mux a file that has been edited with any program, why does it matter what the setting is? Whatever the files properties were encoded at are what they are! tsMuxeR is only muxing them.
Header information will not necessarily change a files compliance.
I tried that and when I tested the file it was indeed VBR and not CBR as was the m2v that I muxed with the ac3. TsMuxer indeed muxed the m2ts as a VBR. When I brought the file into DVD Architect to author it, DVDA wanted to recompress the m2ts file because it didn't meet the project properties parameters I specified which were CBR.

And why the buffer overflow to the point of termination if I choose CBR in TsMuxer if those settings don't mean anything?

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What happens when the chapters list (say every 5 minutes) doesn't fit with the actual position of I-frames? Will it go to the next one, to the nearest one, or ignore it?
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IME most players will find and display the nearest PREVIOUS I-frame.
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Wow, kind of quiet here the last few months.

Tsmuxer always works fine for me except for a strange mux today. Blu-ray mux with a h264 @ 19.8 gb + DTS-HD @ 2.9gb
Tsmuxer states completed successfully however at 87%, not 100%. The resulting mux is only 20.8gb when it should be closer to 23gb.

The movie plays completely but I'm wondering why the lower % and smaller file size ??
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What happens when the chapters list (say every 5 minutes) doesn't fit with the actual position of I-frames? Will it go to the next one, to the nearest one, or ignore it?
I think it depends on the player -- but it will have to go to an I-Frame (either before or after). The thing you have to watch carefullly is when you use large GOPs, because sometimes the nearest I-Frame might be as much as 10 seconds away.
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How to capture stdout message from tsMuxeR.exe?

When executing tsMuxer in cmd line mode, is there any way to capture what tsMuxer writes to stdout?

Command line:
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tsMuxeR.exe "C:\out\MUXOPT.meta" "C:\out"
Info written to stdout:
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SmartLabs tsMuxeR. Version 1.10.6 http://www.smlabs.net
Decoding H264 stream (track 1): Profile: High@4.2 Resolution: 1920:1080p Frame rate: 50
H.264 stream does not contain fps field. Muxing fps=50
0.3% complete
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 256Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 2
Processed 720 video frames
100.0% complete
Demux complete.
Demuxing time: 0 sec
I want to write this information to a file.

I have tried the following:
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tsMuxeR.exe "C:\out\MUXOPT.meta" "C:\out" > "C:\out\info.txt"
but redirection doesn't work (and neither does demuxing in this case).
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When executing tsMuxer in cmd line mode, is there any way to capture what tsMuxer writes to stdout?
We still are allowed to select and copy the text that is written on the CLI window...

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but redirection doesn't work (and neither does demuxing in this case).
Probably that's a limitation which comes from the source-code itself
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