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Old 24th March 2008, 05:01   #81  |  Link
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I am stuck on Enchanted. 150.mpls seems like the correct movie structure but when I copy /b them together it is very close but not perfect.

Some of the .m2ts files included in the 150.mpls have the correct audio but not video and some have most of the correct video but then it has some menu items in the middle of the .m2ts?? It just seems like all of the video and corresponding video are not in the same .m2ts together.

When I converted it to a wmv most of the audio and video were correct but some was not. I just don't understand what I am doing wrong. Thanks for any help!

150.mpls is the correct playlist. The main title is a BDJ program though, so after looking at the (very extremely) confusing decompiled java, I noticed that the program was using the playlist as is for the "D-files" trivia track, and altering it in the vfs for the main movie track.

You can actually look at the m2ts files in the streams folder and figure out what they did. 001**.m2ts are the movie, 004**.m2ts files are the ones with the trivia/extras. And, every 004** file in the playlist, has a skipped 001** file that has the correct 'movie only' content. So the correct order should be:

00120, 00121, 00122, 00123, 00124, 00125, 00126, 00127, 00128, 00130, 00131, 00132, 00133, 00134, 00135, 00136, 00137, 00138, 00139, 00140, 00141, 00142
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Old 24th March 2008, 17:10   #82  |  Link
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150.mpls is the correct playlist. The main title is a BDJ program though, so after looking at the (very extremely) confusing decompiled java, I noticed that the program was using the playlist as is for the "D-files" trivia track, and altering it in the vfs for the main movie track.

You can actually look at the m2ts files in the streams folder and figure out what they did. 001**.m2ts are the movie, 004**.m2ts files are the ones with the trivia/extras. And, every 004** file in the playlist, has a skipped 001** file that has the correct 'movie only' content. So the correct order should be:

00120, 00121, 00122, 00123, 00124, 00125, 00126, 00127, 00128, 00130, 00131, 00132, 00133, 00134, 00135, 00136, 00137, 00138, 00139, 00140, 00141, 00142
You are a life saver. Thank you so much for your help, my daughter will be very happy now!



Pelican,

Any way this can be incorporated into you program so that it is easier to figure out the correct order for these seamless branching movies?

Thanks for a great program!!
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Old 27th March 2008, 04:51   #83  |  Link
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How does one use this tool to export a chapter list?
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Old 27th March 2008, 09:35   #84  |  Link
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  1. Open BD edit and load BDMV folder
  2. Go to Tab PLAYLIST and hit read
  3. Use up und down keys to switch through the xxxx.mpls files until you have found the correct one containing the main movie.
  4. Go down to the section called PlayListMark and hit save chapters.

Important notes:

Step 3 is not always trivial! When searching for the main movie look for xxxx.mpls that contain many PlayListMark entries.

Currently Chapter export will NOT work correctly when the main movie consists of multiple m2ts files. This is the case when "file" under playlist does not always point to the same filenumber (eg. 0017).
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Old 27th March 2008, 15:51   #85  |  Link
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I somehow missed the save button on the PlayListMark section.

Thanks Pelican for such a powerful tool!

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Old 28th March 2008, 10:12   #86  |  Link
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@Pelican or everyone else who has fundamental knowledge of Blu-rays: Do you know whether I can replace a m2ts file by another one where only the video is reencoded in a Blu-ray compliant way (+ resolution unchanged) and muxed in the exact structure like the original m2ts? Or are there somewhere information stored about the m2ts (e.g. size) which I would have to change?
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Old 28th March 2008, 10:45   #87  |  Link
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@Pelican or everyone else who has fundamental knowledge of Blu-rays: Do you know whether I can replace a m2ts file by another one where only the video is reencoded in a Blu-ray compliant way (+ resolution unchanged) and muxed in the exact structure like the original m2ts? Or are there somewhere information stored about the m2ts (e.g. size) which I would have to change?
was wondering this myself
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Yep... I know of DVDs that there is the number of sectors stored somewhere which has to do with file size... Something like 1 sector = 2048 byte or so. But I have had a look at Pelican's tool and couldn't find any indication on a similar information in the Blu-ray files.
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Old 28th March 2008, 12:40   #89  |  Link
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Could somebody check this chapter info coming from Ratatouille?
Code:
00:00:00.000
00:01:16.201
00:06:29.430
00:09:22.895
00:10:58.074
00:13:30.976
00:17:40.017
00:19:37.551
00:24:48.320
00:28:55.233
00:33:05.066
00:38:13.416
00:40:33.138
00:44:11.231
00:46:59.316
00:51:27.667
00:57:02.168
00:59:32.318
01:00:53.524
01:07:19.743
01:11:25.656
01:15:28.231
01:19:25.093
01:23:30.129
01:25:34.462
01:28:18.334
01:32:39.011
01:35:41.443
01:38:49.715
01:40:54.673
01:42:58.964
01:50:33.126
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Old 28th March 2008, 19:09   #90  |  Link
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Hi Pelican,

Checked every single one with PowerDVD and they are correct to the seconds (can't say for milliseconds). Good work!

First and last one are not really chapters but begin and end of stream (okay, you know that)...
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Old 29th March 2008, 18:58   #91  |  Link
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hi, I believe BDedit is a rich tool, if you know what to do with it. Unfortunately i don't. Also it does not seem straight forward.
For example I read in a disc and it suggests that first playback is 00001.m2ts - which is the main movie and what i would want.

in fact it goes to the menu first, then after selecting the movie to all kind of copy right screes and discalimer clips and then to the movie.

Is there any way to figure out what the preset (original) actually does and then a guide how to change it, e.g. do not go to copyright screens ?

thanks for any help
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Old 31st March 2008, 02:11   #92  |  Link
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Just wanted to say this is a great tool. I have found it very useful, especially the chapter export function.

Now I'm working with a Blu-ray disc with subtitles. Is it possible to set the subtitle stream to automatically start by using the SetStream command? I tried, but couldn't get it to work.
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Old 3rd April 2008, 13:21   #93  |  Link
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Hi Pelican,

Checked every single one with PowerDVD and they are correct to the seconds (can't say for milliseconds). Good work!

First and last one are not really chapters but begin and end of stream (okay, you know that)...
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Changes for v0.17

- Load/Save Chapter info can handle multiple PlayItems
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Now I'm working with a Blu-ray disc with subtitles. Is it possible to set the subtitle stream to automatically start by using the SetStream command? I tried, but couldn't get it to work.
I think it is possible, but I didn't try.

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Old 3rd April 2008, 15:33   #94  |  Link
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Menu authoring - need help

Hello,
I hope someone can help me. BDedit do that ?

The situation: I created a blu ray disc with 3 movies and a simple menue; menue is still picture but I want to have a sound (music) play whilst it is on.
I used Nero 8.

everything works fine, except I have no sound.

The m2ts-file for the menue (00003.m2ts) plays no picture but sound, when played as file in e.g. Nero showtime.

BDedit shows the stream length to be basically 0 (1 frame length actually) as opposed to 4.13 min which is the length of the song.

I ran the mt2s-file through tsremux, which crashes, withTsmuxer it omitts the graphics stream and creates
a blu ray structure reporting correct length of playback.

unfortunately i cannot identify from hex editing the playlist files of both versions how and where to change lenght of this clip.
I assume that the nero created menue file shows it at 0 lenght, hence no audio playback.

can this type of entry (lenght of clip) be manipulated with BDEdit ?

thanks for any help!
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A new snapshot is available now.

Changes for v0.17

- Load/Save Chapter info can handle multiple PlayItems
- Hotkeys
- Check new version
- Link to pel.hu
Chapter export also worked great on another source with multiple PlayItems!
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Now I'm working with a Blu-ray disc with subtitles. Is it possible to set the subtitle stream to automatically start by using the SetStream command? I tried, but couldn't get it to work.
Example:
SetStream x, y
x first value -> 4 bytes, 2 bytes pg_text stream, 2 bytes audio stream
y second value -> 4 bytes, 2 bytes ig stream, 2 bytes angle stream

first value
pg_text and audio stream

00000000 00000000 10000000 00000001 - 32769 disp off pg stream 1 (red=display on / off)
00000000 00000000 10000000 00000010 - 32770 disp off pg stream 2
....
00000000 00000000 11000000 00000001 - 49153 disp on pg stream 1
00000000 00000000 11000000 00000010 - 49154 disp on pg stream 2
....
10000000 00000001 00000000 00000000 - 2147549184 set audio stream 1
10000000 00000010 00000000 00000000 - 2147614720 set audio stream 2
10000000 00000011 00000000 00000000 - 2147680256 set audio stream 3
....
10000000 00000011 11000000 00000010 - 2147729410 set audio stream 3 + pg disp on pg stream 2
....

second value
ig and angle stream

00000000 00000000 10000000 00000001 - 32769 set angle stream 1
00000000 00000000 10000000 00000010 - 32770 set angle stream 2
....
10000000 00000001 00000000 00000000 - 2147549184 set ig stream 1
10000000 00000010 00000000 00000000 - 2147614720 set ig stream 2
...
10000000 00000010 10000000 00000010 - 2147647490 set ig stream 2 + angle stream 2
10000000 00000011 10000000 00000111 - 2147713031 set ig stream 3 + angle stream 7

so if you want to set subtitle stream 5 start automatically add
SetStream 49157, 0

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Hello,
I hope someone can help me. BDedit do that ?

The situation: I created a blu ray disc with 3 movies and a simple menue; menue is still picture but I want to have a sound (music) play whilst it is on.
I used Nero 8.

everything works fine, except I have no sound.

The m2ts-file for the menue (00003.m2ts) plays no picture but sound, when played as file in e.g. Nero showtime.

BDedit shows the stream length to be basically 0 (1 frame length actually) as opposed to 4.13 min which is the length of the song.

I ran the mt2s-file through tsremux, which crashes, withTsmuxer it omitts the graphics stream and creates
a blu ray structure reporting correct length of playback.

unfortunately i cannot identify from hex editing the playlist files of both versions how and where to change lenght of this clip.
I assume that the nero created menue file shows it at 0 lenght, hence no audio playback.

can this type of entry (lenght of clip) be manipulated with BDEdit ?

thanks for any help!
Hi guys,
could somebody please give me a hint as to how the coding for time stamps works - I can take it from there.

Looks like there are 4 bytes for every time stamp - they just seem to make no sense to me.

Please help me - thanks
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could somebody please give me a hint as to how the coding for time stamps works - I can take it from there.
It's 45kHz. You can get the seconds if you divide by 45000.
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It's 45kHz. You can get the seconds if you divide by 45000.
thanks, I figured that in the mean time, but didn't make sense to me.
But with your confirmation I feel much better.

Couldn't solve my problem though lol (still menue incl. 4.31 min sound still keeps lenght at 0.3 sec...)
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I have a self authored (using Sonic Scenarist) mini Blu-ray disc (DVD-9) but when the movie finishes, it loops over and over again.

- Can I use BDedit to stop this from happening?

- If yes, how would I go about it?
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