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Old 4th March 2007, 22:57   #821  |  Link
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I'm trying to dump my audio, but I can't get the audio decoder to connect to the dump filter. I also tried with the file write filter, and no luck. It says "these filters cannot agree on a connection." Can anyone help me out? Oh, and I noticed that everyone has been saying to use Sonic Cinemaster Audio Decoder 4.2. I have Sonic Cinemaster Audio MCE Decoder 4.2. Are they different filters? I'm running pro right now, so if it only works under MCE, well that's probably my problem.

EDIT: I can't get it hooked up properly, I always get a demuxer right before the decoded, and I only get a 1.5MB raw file. Can anyone help me out?

DD+ --> Sonic HD Demuxer --> Sonic Cenmaster Audio MCE Decoder 4.2 --> Dump

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Old 5th March 2007, 00:08   #822  |  Link
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I still don't get it.

Can anyone tell me what frame amount to go for?

The calculated amount or the counted amount?

I red the article but I can't understand the time-code story. Maybe someone can explain it to me in simple words.

Sorry for my stupidity!
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Old 5th March 2007, 00:30   #823  |  Link
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I still don't get it.
I red the article but I can't understand the time-code story. Maybe someone can explain it to me in simple words.
in short : if you have a mile to go, you can walk (it'll take you 10 minutes) or you can run (2 mn). But the distance is still the same isn't it ?

For the frames, it's the same story. they are displayed @ 23.976 fps on your computer, but the timing in the .xpl file is based on 24 fps (cinema speed). But in both cases, we're talking about the exact same film with the exact same number of frames inside, so it doesn't matter if the xpl file use another "metric system"...

now, the counted & calculated frames is ANOTHER story I still don't get the subtleties, So I let this part for comment to experts
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Old 5th March 2007, 12:11   #824  |  Link
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xc3ll, yes they are different. i didn't do any research to figure out how, but i was using MCE 4.11 for a while before i realized it was getting me nowhere. don't use it, check your PM.
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Old 5th March 2007, 12:21   #825  |  Link
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Is there any way to convert an SRT subtitle to HD-DVD compatible format, and then mux it to the original film?

Thanks!

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Old 5th March 2007, 12:43   #826  |  Link
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I'm trying to dump my audio, but I can't get the audio decoder to connect to the dump filter. I also tried with the file write filter, and no luck. It says "these filters cannot agree on a connection." Can anyone help me out? Oh, and I noticed that everyone has been saying to use Sonic Cinemaster Audio Decoder 4.2. I have Sonic Cinemaster Audio MCE Decoder 4.2. Are they different filters? I'm running pro right now, so if it only works under MCE, well that's probably my problem.

EDIT: I can't get it hooked up properly, I always get a demuxer right before the decoded, and I only get a 1.5MB raw file. Can anyone help me out?

DD+ --> Sonic HD Demuxer --> Sonic Cenmaster Audio MCE Decoder 4.2 --> Dump
Try DTS/AC3/DD+ --> Sonic Cinemaster Audio 4.2 --> Dump

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Old 5th March 2007, 12:52   #827  |  Link
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Hello all again,
after todays experimenting (yesterday Sonic audio decoder gives me 16bit, today 24bit ???!!!, strange), I wrote this (I hope last), guide:

1) DTS/AC3/DD+ Source -> Sonic Audio Decoder 4.2 -> Dump
2) use SOX: sox -r48000 -t .raw -c 6 -3 -s test.raw y:\test.wav
3) Wavewizard, use Convert sample type 16bit or 32bit IEE (BeSweet don't eat 24bit).
4) Create MUX file with lines containing path + filename for each separated channels.
Order should be: 0-2-1-4-5-3.
For me works first one, my fried use second one...
5) encode MUX in BeSweet to AC3
(I tried to make DTS with Nuendo and SurCode, but no one works properly)

EDIT: Proper channel order for BeSweet MUX file is 0-2-1-4-5-3!!! (my damn winamp ac3 decoder switches channels)
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Old 5th March 2007, 13:28   #828  |  Link
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yesterday Sonic audio decoder gives me 16bit, today 24bit ???!!!, strange
Had this effect, too. Originally got 24bit and only 2 good channels (4 buggy ones). Then I added ffdshow and got 16bit and 6 good channels. Later I removed ffdshow and still got 16bit!?!? Very confusing...
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Old 5th March 2007, 13:28   #829  |  Link
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Hello all again,
after todays experimenting (yesterday Sonic audio decoder gives me 16bit, today 24bit ???!!!, strange), I wrote this (I hope last), guide:

1) DTS/AC3/DD+ Source -> Sonic Audio Decoder 4.2 -> Dump
2) use SOX: sox -r48000 -t .raw -c 6 -3 -s test.raw y:\test.wav
3) Wavewizard, use Convert sample type 16bit or 32bit IEE (BeSweet don't eat 24bit).
4) Create MUX file with lines containing path + filename for each separated channels.
Order should be: 0-1-2-3-4-5, or 0-2-1-4-5-3?
For me works first one, my fried use second one...
5) encode MUX in BeSweet to AC3
(I tried to make DTS with Nuendo and SurCode, but no one works properly)
That friend is me I first used 0-1-2-3-4-5 order but it sound strange. I found out that centre mono wav is now front right in ac3. After changing order to 0-2-1-4-5-3 it seems to be ok. I tried with dd+ from swordfish (movie, nothing else)
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Old 5th March 2007, 14:17   #830  |  Link
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Try DTS/AC3/DD+ --> Sonic Cinemaster Audio 4.2 --> Dump

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I've tried this, but it creates only a 0 byte file.
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Old 5th March 2007, 14:36   #831  |  Link
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I demuxed the Batman Begins HD-DVD to elementary streams, then i used the supreader with the demuxed sup streams. But I got access violation errors when I try to open the demuxed .sup files.

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Old 5th March 2007, 15:16   #832  |  Link
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Hi again,

@dchard && Pelican9

Im also getting access violation when opening the app and reading .sup files, with SUPRead v0.24(b).

Im using Vista 32 though...
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Just tried SUPRead v0.25b. Access violation when opening app doesnt happen anymore but is still present when opening .sup file...
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Old 5th March 2007, 16:33   #834  |  Link
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No problem with SUPread here, using XP. Version 0.24 and 0.25b. Just tried with BB too.
(You should post in the correct thread).
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No problem with SUPread here, using XP. Version 0.24 and 0.25b. Just tried with BB too.
(You should post in the correct thread).
I have now srt with Line1-Linexxx and lot of png files. What should be next step to create proper srt file with recognised lines?
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Old 5th March 2007, 17:00   #836  |  Link
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No more SRT, Scenarist ACA now :
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...655#post965655
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I don't want anything like this, i just need simple file with text in it. So, is there some OCR for this?
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Old 5th March 2007, 17:45   #838  |  Link
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I've tried this, but it creates only a 0 byte file.
Hm strange, try this:
1) DTS/AC3/DD+ Decoder -> Sonic Audio decoder 4.2 -> Default Direct Show device (Def. DS device is in Audio Renderers), and try to play it...on soundcard you must hear sound.
2) Do you use Sonic Audio Decoder 4.2?
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Old 5th March 2007, 18:46   #839  |  Link
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Juhu, I tried your method, but I keep on getting errors. This is what I get:
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Starting job audio.avs->audio.ac3
Found Audio Stream
Channels=2, BitsPerSample=16, SampleRate=48000Hz
Aften.exe -v 0 -b 448 -m 1 -s 0 -cmix 0 -smix 0 -dsur 0 -dnorm 31 - "I:\BT\Fearless HD-DVD\audio.ac3"
Writing RIFF header to encoder's StdIn
Writing PCM data to encoder's StdIn
Error: System.IO.IOException: The pipe has been ended.

at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath)
at System.IO.FileStream.WriteCore(Byte[] buffer, Int32 offset, Int32 count)
at System.IO.FileStream.Write(Byte[] array, Int32 offset, Int32 count)
at BeHappy.Encoder.encode()
#### Encoder StdErr ####
My .avs file has this:

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directshowsource("audio.grf",video=false)
Where my grf looks like this:
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DD+ source->sonic cinemaster decoder 4.2
Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong?
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Old 5th March 2007, 19:01   #840  |  Link
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@xc3ll : can't be sure...
But at least did you replace aften in the original behappy package with the latest version (aften 0.6)

When I downloaded behappy, the embedded aften version gave me pipe errors too (although I don't remember the following error lines, so I'm not sure it's the same case...)
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