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Old 28th January 2018, 14:14   #101  |  Link
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Thanks... so it appears they've used some of the reserved space to flag something related to HDR... now I have to figure out what the "4608" (0x1200) represents. This sure would be easier if I had the documentation. Oh well, we all have our crosses to bear I guess.
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Old 28th January 2018, 14:28   #102  |  Link
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If you google "m2ts 4608" you find a lot of MediaInfo hits with 4608 being an ID for a PGS track. (Actually, there is one such post on the last page.) Coincidence?
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If you google "m2ts 4608" you find a lot of MediaInfo hits with 4608 being an ID for a PGS track. (Actually, there is one such post on the last page.) Coincidence?
You never know. But I'm was guessing there are two bit-level flags being set there:

decimal
4608

hex
0x1200

binary
0001 0010 0000 0000
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If you google "m2ts 4608" you find a lot of MediaInfo hits with 4608 being an ID for a PGS track. (Actually, there is one such post on the last page.) Coincidence?
But that brings out something interesting.... I just noticed that an M2TS stream I'm examining has a large group of PGS streams that use PID numbers starting at 0x12A0. That's new. The pre-v3.00 standard reserved PIDs 0x1200 - 0x129F for PGS streams (with 0x1220-0x129F being added with the 3D changes)... that has be an indicator that something new is going on.

You'd think "Ahh... new PIDs higher resolution PGS streams." -- but I thought I read in the White Paper I downloaded that the subtitles were still using 1080p PGS streams. I'll have to go back and make sure. Of course subtitles aren't the only thing a PGS stream can be used for...


[Edit] Well... all the HDR streams I've looked at so far use the same settings of 0x1200 -- so at least I can set it to that value for testing. I would guess that one flag says "UHD" and the other says "HDR". But since there's already a format flag that gets set for 2160p and a stream coding type that calls out HEVC, the first one is certainly in question. It would help if I could find an original CLPI for a stream that isn't HDR.

[Edit #2] Ok... I found one that was BT.709 and the new flag info was set to 0x0100. So I'm guessing only the first byte is really in play here. It appears that 0x12 flags BT.2020 and HDR and 0x01 flags BT.709. Still just guessing... but so far every one I've looked at is set to one of those two values.
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Old 28th January 2018, 18:18   #105  |  Link
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Exactly, I confirm original PGS "4768" 0x12A0 movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes CLPI, after TSMuxer and TSM2UHD PGS "4608" 0x1200:

Original

"stream_PID": 4768,
"stream_coding_type": "PGS",
"language_code": "jpn",
"reserved01": 0,
"ISRC": {
"country_code": "",
"copyright_holder": "",
"recording_year": "",
"recording_number": ""

after TSMuxer and TSM2UHD


"stream_PID": 4608,
"stream_coding_type": "PGS",
"language_code": "jpn",
"reserved01": 0,
"ISRC": {
"country_code": "00",
"copyright_holder": "000",
"recording_year": "00",
"recording_number": "00000"

edit: My apologize jdobbs, I had reversed the stream.

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Old 4th February 2018, 11:53   #106  |  Link
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hoi All,

Is there a version that wil run on a Mac OS X

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Old 14th February 2018, 21:42   #107  |  Link
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Many thanks Jdobbs for your phenomenal job on Bd Rebuilder and TSM2UHD.


TSM2UHD works fine on a Sony UBP-X700 and the Xbox One S.

I have the same problem than others > no HDR playing.

I don't have the CLPI or playlist files because I use UHD MKV files rip recoded keeping HDR with ripbot264. Then remuxed with TsMuxer bluray structure and "converted" to UHD BD with TSM2UHD.

It is possible to re-create the playlists files from a MKV or modifiy the file after remux ?

When Bd Rebuilder will be "UHD HDR Ready" ?

ps: sorry for my English - I'm French

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Please mac version!!
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Please mac version!!
Sorry. I don't do Mac.
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Sorry. I don't do Mac.
I've said it before... This forum could really do with a 'like' button
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v1.12

I've updated the first post of this thread with a new release (v1.12). Changes for this release:
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- Added support for setting previously unknown flags that show HDR, BT.2020 and BT.709 in 
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- Minor and cosmetic changes.
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Thanks jdobbs, now HDR works perfectly.
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How HDR works with you ?

I tried with a 2160p HDR mkv file converted to Bluray with TSmuxer > and TSM2UHD

No HDR output on my Xbox One S
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Hi manson.reznor, tested with movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes structure folder, try to convert from folder instead of the container matroska.

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Still not working on UB 900. No Picture. Sound ok. Test with Thor Ragnarok mkv.
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Still not working on UB 900. No Picture. Sound ok. Test with Thor Ragnarok mkv.
Did you reencode it? I have yet to find an MKV that was UHD-BD compliant. If yours is, it is the exception.
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Did you reencode it? I have yet to find an MKV that was UHD-BD compliant. If yours is, it is the exception.
no reencode. No Kompression. Mvk is taken form makemkvfile. Then tsremuxxer. Then TSM2Uhd. Movie is playable with pixels in dvdfabplayer 5. In UB 900 ther is no picture, only audio

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no reencode. No Kompression. Mvk is taken form makemkvfile. Then tsremuxxer. Then TSM2Uhd. Movie is playable with pixels in dvdfabplayer 5. In UB 900 ther is no picture, only audio

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What source was used for makemkv? Did you create the mkv yourself directly from a ripped blu-ray structure? If not -- then the odds are that it is not compliant.
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yes, source was the original Blu-ray structure. MKv made with makemkv.
Has someone already reported that any uhd works with the Ub 900?
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I have the trouble to delay the sound. I tried some mkv files.
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