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Old 19th March 2007, 09:59   #241  |  Link
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No, there isn't.
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Old 21st March 2007, 05:48   #242  |  Link
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When will it be possible to mux .mkv to .mkv and fix nal-size to 4?

I muxed all my .mkv with nal-size 3, but Cyberlink H.264 decoder wont decode the video (so the file just stops at the beginning)
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It's done when it's done. Sorry, I can't give you a date.
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Old 22nd March 2007, 18:58   #244  |  Link
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No, there isn't.
Can I make it a feature request ?
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Old 22nd March 2007, 19:08   #245  |  Link
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Sure you can, but it'll be veeery low on my priority list. It'll be best if you create a new bug in my Bugzilla system and set the severity to enhancement. That way I won't forget about it.
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Old 25th March 2007, 12:43   #246  |  Link
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Muxing Anamorphic 720x576 (PAL) 16:9 Movie to AutoPlay @ 1024x576 DAR !

I've been encoding "Band of Brothers" an Mpeg-2, 720x576 (PAL) 16:9 movie... @ full 720x576 resolution...
using H264, AutoMKV, the ConstantQuality-CRF profile set to Q22 and the MKV container.


It encodes beautifully but refuses to play back at 1024x576, 16:9 DAR...
I can manually adjust my Zoom Player to 16:9 DAR and all is good.

AutoMKV does have modified AR and Anamorphic Muxing Options... but they don't seam to have any effect...
Buzzqw recommended that I try here... perhaps a little hands-on muxing with MkvMerge could do the trick.

Please help !





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Old 25th March 2007, 23:12   #247  |  Link
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Use the following switch with mkvmerge, but of course replace <track> with the number for the video track.

--display-dimensions <track>:1024x576
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Old 26th March 2007, 14:52   #248  |  Link
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I get the following errors/warnings:

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Warning: pr_generic.cpp/generic_packetizer_c::add_packet(): timecode < last_timecode (00:59:30.600 < 00:59:30.667) for 1 of '...\Serenity\part1.mkv'. This should not have happened. Please contact the author Moritz Bunkus <moritz@bunkus.org> with this error/warning message, a description of what you were trying to do, the command line used and which operating system you are using. Thank you.

Warning: pr_generic.cpp/generic_packetizer_c::add_packet(): timecode < last_timecode (01:22:38.595 < 01:22:38.662) for 1 of '...\Serenity\part2.mkv'. This should not have happened. Please contact the author Moritz Bunkus <moritz@bunkus.org> with this error/warning message, a description of what you were trying to do, the command line used and which operating system you are using. Thank you.

Warning: pr_generic.cpp/generic_packetizer_c::add_packet(): timecode < last_timecode (01:48:27.859 < 01:48:27.926) for 1 of '...\Serenity\part2.mkv'. This should not have happened. Please contact the author Moritz Bunkus <moritz@bunkus.org> with this error/warning message, a description of what you were trying to do, the command line used and which operating system you are using. Thank you.
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"mkvmerge" -o "...\Serenity\full.mkv" --language 1:eng --track-name "1:Video VC-1 1080p" --display-dimensions 1:1920x1080 -d 1 -A -S ...\Serenity\part1.mkv -d 1 -A -S +...\Serenity\part2.mkv --track-order 0:1 --append-to 1:1:0:1
(where "..." denotes the respective file path)

Source was demuxed with Haali's Splitter and Matroska Muxer straight from the .EVO files. Using Windows XP SP2.

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Concatenating h264 video is buggy at the moment, and I don't know when I'll be able to fix this.
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@honai, here's the answer to your post:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...902#post964902
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It's VC-1 not h.264 but thanks for the clarification. The resulting file plays just fine.

While I'm at it: I've demuxed the EAC3 tracks from the Serenity EVOs with EVODemux. How do I mux that into MKV? mkvmerge complains that the audio tracks were AVC ES streams, which is definitely wrong.

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It's VC-1 not h.264 but thanks for the clarification. The resulting file plays just fine.

While I'm at it: I've demuxed the EAC3 tracks from the Serenity EVOs with EVODemux. How do I mux that into MKV? mkvmerge complains that the audio tracks were AVC PS streams, which is definitely wrong.
You need to download a newer version of mkvtoolnix.
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Using the latest version from Mosu's signature, 2.0.2-1. Get message that the file type were AVC ES.
 
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EAC3 is only implemented in builds after 2.0.2-1 available for testing from http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix/win32/pre/
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Use the following switch with mkvmerge, but of course replace <track> with the number for the video track.

--display-dimensions <track>:1024x576
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Old 28th March 2007, 09:10   #256  |  Link
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When I try to convert a AVI file contain XviD/DivX with AC3/MP3 into MKV with "--engage native_mpeg4" option. The final MKV file will out of sync. If I conevrt a AVI file contain H.264/AVC with AC3/MP3 using the same option flag. The result file is fine.
I would like to ask if the un-sync problem on XviD/DivX with AC3/MP3 with "--engage native_mpeg4" is an expected behavior.

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Of course not Async audio/video from in-sync files is always a bug.
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Old 29th March 2007, 07:46   #258  |  Link
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hi Mosu

this is probably a silly question but how do i set the frame rate to 23.976 when muxing out an EVO file to mkv ?

i use graphedit and plug in the splitter/muxer ok and it gives me a perfect result. but then when i add it to mkvmerge i get again a perfect mux with the ac3 audio but the video is set to 25frames when i check the option in mkvmerge to set the fps is greyed out so i cant set it there.
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hi Mosu

this is probably a silly question but how do i set the frame rate to 23.976 when muxing out an EVO file to mkv ?

i use graphedit and plug in the splitter/muxer ok and it gives me a perfect result. but then when i add it to mkvmerge i get again a perfect mux with the ac3 audio but the video is set to 25frames when i check the option in mkvmerge to set the fps is greyed out so i cant set it there.


create a simple .txt File :

# timecode format v1
assume 23.976

load it in mkvmerge as timecode
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When i append AAC tracks, aac-is-sbr is for first track in the GUI (and so it is for every appended track), and yet mmg keeps saying :
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Warning: AAC files may contain HE-AAC / AAC+ / SBR AAC audio. This can NOT be detected automatically. Therefore you have to specifiy '--aac-is-sbr 0' manually for this input file if the file actually contains SBR AAC. The file will be muxed in the WRONG way otherwise. Also read mkvmerge's documentation.
Warning: AAC files may contain HE-AAC / AAC+ / SBR AAC audio. This can NOT be detected automatically. Therefore you have to specifiy '--aac-is-sbr 0' manually for this input file if the file actually contains SBR AAC. The file will be muxed in the WRONG way otherwise. Also read mkvmerge's documentation.
Warning: AAC files may contain HE-AAC / AAC+ / SBR AAC audio. This can NOT be detected automatically. Therefore you have to specifiy '--aac-is-sbr 0' manually for this input file if the file actually contains SBR AAC. The file will be muxed in the WRONG way otherwise. Also read mkvmerge's documentation.
Warning: AAC files may contain HE-AAC / AAC+ / SBR AAC audio. This can NOT be detected automatically. Therefore you have to specifiy '--aac-is-sbr 0' manually for this input file if the file actually contains SBR AAC. The file will be muxed in the WRONG way otherwise. Also read mkvmerge's documentation.
Warning: AAC files may contain HE-AAC / AAC+ / SBR AAC audio. This can NOT be detected automatically. Therefore you have to specifiy '--aac-is-sbr 0' manually for this input file if the file actually contains SBR AAC. The file will be muxed in the WRONG way otherwise. Also read mkvmerge's documentation.
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