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Old 25th January 2010, 03:37   #21  |  Link
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download package in first post of this thread
set paths to all required tools in settings tab
move ffms2.dll from FFMS2 folder to your AviSynth plugins folder
try conversion again
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Old 25th January 2010, 09:05   #22  |  Link
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BluRip: 1-click BluRay/m2ts to h264 mkv converter

Hi,
I created a new GUI for eac3to, BDsup2sub, x264 & mkvmerge
You only have to select streams you want - rest runs automatically.
Please let me know, if you have ideas for new features.
Next on list is 720p support.

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Old 25th January 2010, 09:26   #23  |  Link
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welcome glad you came i created a thread for your program->BluRip v0.4.0 - BLURAY->1080p AVC MKV ONE CLICK CONVERTER
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Old 25th January 2010, 09:30   #24  |  Link
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welcome glad you came i created a thread for your program->BluRip v0.4.0 - BLURAY->1080p AVC MKV ONE CLICK CONVERTER
Thx saw it after I created my thread.
So you already used my tool? Any problems?
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Old 25th January 2010, 09:36   #25  |  Link
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no problems i found very good coding helps save alot of time with BluRay->MKV conversion
now that your hear i know the community can help you improve it
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Old 25th January 2010, 09:42   #26  |  Link
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some ideas i have for BluRip

support for bdmuxing selecting streams skiping encoding muxing to .mkv

script import .avs

DGIndexNV support

AviSynth filter profiles
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Old 25th January 2010, 10:05   #27  |  Link
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now that your hear i know the community can help you improve it
I hope so
In german forum I didn't get any reply yet...

AviSynth profiles should be no problem.

Does DGIndexNv support commandline usage?

What do you mean with avs script import? The avs is created from results of autocrop - if you have AVS profiles custom commands are added after crop/resize.

What do you mean with 'support for bdmuxing selecting streams skiping encoding muxing to .mkv'?
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Old 25th January 2010, 10:23   #28  |  Link
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DGDecNV can be called from commandline and it decodes and indexes BluRay video using the gpu

if i have already created a AviSynth script with indexed source cropped, resized, denoised, sharpen etc i would like to import it in BluRip .avs->encode->mux

bdmuxing means open movie with BluRip select streams then mux to .mkv skipping cropping and encoding

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Old 25th January 2010, 11:04   #29  |  Link
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Hi!
(Previously asked in thread started by "MuLTiTaSK)

What would I select if all I wanted to do was convert the subtitles and create an otherwise unaltered (NO re-encoding or cropping) .MKV file from the .M2Ts file?
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Old 25th January 2010, 11:24   #30  |  Link
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Hi!
(Previously asked in thread started by "MuLTiTaSK)

What would I select if all I wanted to do was convert the subtitles and create an otherwise unaltered (NO re-encoding or cropping) .MKV file from the .M2Ts file?
Atm you have to do Demux & Process subtitles (not using the start button)
Then edit the *_streamList.xml file:
change <encodedFile /> to <encodedFile>filenametoyourvideo</encodedFile>
Load the changed streamList file.
Now muxing should work

I can add an option to use untouched video in next release.
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Old 25th January 2010, 11:30   #31  |  Link
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DGDecNV can be called from commandline and it decodes and indexes BluRay video using the gpu

if i have already created a AviSynth script with indexed source cropped, resized, denoised, sharpen etc i would like to import it in BluRip .avs->encode->mux

bdmuxing means open movie with BluRip select streams then mux to .mkv skipping cropping and encoding
I'll add muxing without reencoding in next version.
I can add options to edit the streamlist. But if you only want to mux existing files it may be easier to use megui or something?

If I have a lot of free time I'll take a look at DGAVCDecNv - only have a ATI in my main PC.
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That seemed to work.

Seems to work pretty well. I like how it doesn't mess with the audio stream like ripbot does. Although it would be nice to transcode the audio when needed.
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Old 25th January 2010, 15:44   #33  |  Link
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That seemed to work.

Seems to work pretty well. I like how it doesn't mess with the audio stream like ripbot does. Although it would be nice to transcode the audio when needed.
I think I'll add some audio downmix options when I add 720p support.
But I don't want BluRip to become to complicated
There are a lot of GUIs that support every single option...
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New version - changelog

Changelog

v0.4.1

- Added AviSynth profiles
- Support for muxing untouched video
- Support for 720p resizing

v0.4.0

- Added support for 2-pass profiles
- Bugfix: Subtitles were not muxed
- Bugfix: Stream number for subtitles in Sub folder not incremented

v0.3.9

- Added support for .m2ts files

v0.3.8

- Option to use -core for DTS-HD tracks
- Quotes around all filenames

v0.3.7

- Removed MediaInfoWrapper - used interface form MediaInfoDll
- Fixed typo for crop modes
- Log windows for each step
- Copy subtitles in same order as in streamlist

v0.3.6

- First public release
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Old 27th January 2010, 04:02   #35  |  Link
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Where is Avisynth after installing it? After installing all the tools necessary to run BluRip I get an error that states

avs[error]:failed to load Avisynth
x264[error]:could not open the input file 'c:\temp\_encode.avs'

Any idea why?
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Old 27th January 2010, 04:35   #36  |  Link
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move ffms2.dll -> C:\Program Files (x86)\AviSynth 2.5\plugins

which programs did you actually install and what versions where they?
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Old 28th January 2010, 04:59   #37  |  Link
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v0.4.1

Code:
- Added AviSynth profiles
- Support for muxing untouched video
- Support for 720p resizing
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v0.4.2

Code:
- Added option to downsample AC3 & DTS tracks
- Added DTS Hi-Res to dts audio tracks
- Resized GUI (smaller)
- Added some file existence checks
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I keep getting an extraction error on all files (downloaded and tried several times). I use Windows XP Pro SP2 and no download managers.

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Old 31st January 2010, 00:27   #40  |  Link
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I keep getting an extraction error on all files (downloaded and tried several times). I use Windows XP Pro SP2 and no download managers.
Just tried to download and extract latest zip - no problems. Maybe you can try another unpacker?
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