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Old 11th June 2007, 10:40   #221  |  Link
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Hi all. I have a problem, I need, to convert DVD to mpeg, but I need to leav all sound traks, and titles, how I can do it? I tried with TSRemux, but VLC doent play anithing ...
TsRemux is most likely the wrong tool for that job, sorry. Also, I don't think MPEG supports titles and multiple sound tracks like DVD does.
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Old 11th June 2007, 10:55   #222  |  Link
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Can a Evob with VC1 and DDplus be remuxed in a m2ts file ?
Would a PS3 play this m2ts file from a BDRE ?
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Old 11th June 2007, 11:09   #223  |  Link
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Can a Evob with VC1 and DDplus be remuxed in a m2ts file ?
Would a PS3 play this m2ts file from a BDRE ?
I don't see why not. VC1 is a mandatory codec for Blu-ray and while DDplus is Optional, I'm quite certain PS3 supports it. It's just a question of writing a demuxer for EVOB and making sure the streams are properly "tagged" during remuxing. That's a gross simplification, naturally. I'm not a programmer, but I'm sure the actual development of this is much harder than it sounds.

I'd love to be able to remux EVOBs for PS3 viewing, too
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Old 11th June 2007, 11:34   #224  |  Link
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so, maybe you know right tool for me?
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Old 11th June 2007, 11:37   #225  |  Link
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I need in one file to have some soundtracks, sometitles, and video ofcourse, to translate like in tv, the clients via VLC could sweach languages and so on, like DVD...I dont know, how to solve my problem...
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Old 11th June 2007, 11:53   #226  |  Link
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I need in one file to have some soundtracks, sometitles, and video ofcourse, to translate like in tv, the clients via VLC could sweach languages and so on, like DVD...I dont know, how to solve my problem...
What if you simply decrypt the DVD contents (IFO, VOB etc.) into a directory, and play them with VLC? Just select "Open File" in VLC and point it to the directory where you have the DVD data. Works fine for me.

But honestly, since you wish to use VLC, I suggest you head on over to a VLC-related thread, if you have further questions. This thread is for TsRemux.

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Old 11th June 2007, 12:17   #227  |  Link
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I need, to get one file...I tought, that it myght be .ts, the video will watch clients, not me, so everithing should be very simple for them.
Thanks for ansers...
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Old 11th June 2007, 14:03   #228  |  Link
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What if you simply decrypt the DVD contents (IFO, VOB etc.) into a directory, and play them with VLC? Just select "Open File" in VLC and point it to the directory where you have the DVD data. Works fine for me.
I already tried that, but I lose the subtitles that way. It seems that VLC cannot deal with subtitles... Do you know for any solution?
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Old 11th June 2007, 14:36   #229  |  Link
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I already tried that, but I lose the subtitles that way. It seems that VLC cannot deal with subtitles... Do you know for any solution?
Again, this is not a correct thread for this. Take it to a VLC-related thread, k?
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Old 11th June 2007, 14:37   #230  |  Link
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My burn process is as follows:
  1. remux with TsRemux to "Blu-ray" option.
  2. select Blu-ray Disc (UDF) compilation type in Nero 7 (v7.7.5.1), switch file system manually to UDF 2.50 and drop the BDMV and CERTIFICATE directories into compilation.
  3. burn directly to BD-RE disk.
Has anybody tried burning that into a DVD and playing it on a PS3 ?

What is the level of compatibility wrt different video/audio codecs ? (AVCHD is just AVC/H264 + AC3, but it would be interesting to know if MPEG2 + AC3 is also playable....o VC1...)

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ok, I need, that Motorola VIP1900 series would play this file...
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Old 11th June 2007, 14:54   #232  |  Link
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Can a Evob with VC1 and DDplus be remuxed in a m2ts file ?
Would a PS3 play this m2ts file from a BDRE ?
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I don't see why not. VC1 is a mandatory codec for Blu-ray and while DDplus is Optional, I'm quite certain PS3 supports it. It's just a question of writing a demuxer for EVOB and making sure the streams are properly "tagged" during remuxing. That's a gross simplification, naturally. I'm not a programmer, but I'm sure the actual development of this is much harder than it sounds.

I'd love to be able to remux EVOBs for PS3 viewing, too
Did you try TsRemux? What was the result?
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Old 11th June 2007, 15:03   #233  |  Link
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Did you try TsRemux? What was the result?
No, I didn't, not yet. I don't have any EVOBs ready on HDD, need to rip a disc first.
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Old 11th June 2007, 15:10   #234  |  Link
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As per title of this thread TsRemux does support EVOB/VOB/MPG streams as input

Let me know what you find.
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Old 11th June 2007, 15:19   #235  |  Link
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As per title of this thread TsRemux does support EVOB/VOB/MPG streams as input
Heh, yeah, I noticed that about 5 seconds after I replied to the EVOB question

Anyways, I did a really quick rip of Paramount logo animation from a HD DVD. It's got VC-1 for video and DDPlus for audio.

If I drop the resulting .m2ts from STREAM directly into PDVD... PDVD goes insane and needs to be put down.

BUT if I use the "Open movie file on HDD" option, the clip plays! PDVD reports video as VC-1 and bitrate looks realistic. Audio is reported as DDPlus, but there's no mention of channels or bitrate, and there's no audio playing. (Originally the clip has DDPlus 5.1 at 1.5mbit/s.)

It's pretty much the same audio bug that plagued my earlier AVC/DD remux attempts.
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Yep, still working on the audio bug. Would it be possible for you to try a VOB from a regular DVD as well? I believe in regular DVD/VOB case the audio should be correct.

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Old 11th June 2007, 15:57   #237  |  Link
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Yep, still working on the audio bug. Would it be possible for you to try a VOB from a regular DVD as well? I believe in regular DVD/VOB case the audio should be correct.
Did you mean remuxing a DVD VOB into "Blu-ray"?

Well, I did that. Same audio bug again. PDVD displays the correct audio codec (the disc had PCM stereo and 5.1 DTS), but only the codec name, no # of channels or bitrate.

I'll try a disc with Dolby Digital next.
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Old 11th June 2007, 16:10   #238  |  Link
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That's a no go with DD also.

I then tried dropping the m2ts from STREAM into PDVD. The file with DD audio worked, PCM and DTS showed picture but there's no audio.

Nero Showtime played DD and DTS files perfectly, but PCM played without sound.
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Old 11th June 2007, 17:13   #239  |  Link
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DD+ and TrueHD tracks from HD-DVDs are not compliant with the Blu-ray spec - the file format is different. At least, that's what I heard from people trying to author BD-REs from HD-DVD video and audio streams.

So just be careful if you want to use this tool to convert formats.
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Old 11th June 2007, 19:00   #240  |  Link
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DD+ and TrueHD tracks from HD-DVDs are not compliant with the Blu-ray spec - the file format is different. At least, that's what I heard from people trying to author BD-REs from HD-DVD video and audio streams.
Ah, indeed. DDplus uses different frame sizes. TrueHD has different bitrates, so it also differs in some way.
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