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Old 12th January 2020, 13:36   #261  |  Link
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Giving a try to the latest sub-pseudo-"release", I found:

1) the archive still doesn't include a blank .INI file; as I said before, the current developer of Roman's tsMuxeR doesn't want to know very well how Windows works and what the Windows users expect;

2) the typos weren't fixed and the stupid default settings weren't changed;

3) the "About" tab doesn't list MPEG-1 audio as a supported audio format;

4) apparently the UPX compression doesn't harm the .EXEs so I don't know why justdan96 doesn't use it. Probably he sent me to his IgnoreList because I am not sufficiently "civil" for his pusillanimous taste...
After reading your post I will also put you on my "IgnoreList".
Complete lack of appreciation for the time and effort the developer puts in so we can all use this software free of charge.
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Old 12th January 2020, 14:06   #262  |  Link
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what's the problem here (new version 12.1.2020)
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Old 12th January 2020, 14:36   #263  |  Link
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After reading your post I will also put you on my "IgnoreList".
I don't care.

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Complete lack of appreciation for the time and effort the developer puts in so we can all use this software free of charge.
That's just your stupid opinion of course. Evidently you haven't read carefully this entire thread nor followed my posts in his GitHub tsMuxeR directory.
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Old 12th January 2020, 15:14   #264  |  Link
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Following on from this....

I've never really understood the logic behind the 'AVCHD folder' output option, as it's never been capable of generating muxes that are compatible with the AVCHD camcorder specification (which is supposed to place all content within a 'PRIVATE' folder). Does anybody actually use this output option? Is there any point keeping it?

That being said... As I'm an OPPO player owner, it would be handy to have an 'OPPO Player' output option that created an AVCHD folder for you


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I use it for HD content on DVD media.
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Old 12th January 2020, 19:00   #265  |  Link
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I use it for HD content on DVD media.
Wow okay...

I must admit I haven't tried creating AVCHD DVD's... I've only tried creating AVCHD content for SD cards.

If the current output option works okay for disc based media then perhaps the output name could be changed to reflect this.

That being said... If you're burning AVCHD DVD's, wouldn't an 'AVCHD ISO' option be preferable?
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Old 13th January 2020, 09:59   #266  |  Link
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Greetings, would be possible to into 1st post insert information, whether is already supported HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision and next for UHD Bluray, eventually whether with to introduced functions yet works.

Release coming - out almost every day, but nowhere information whether already work above - cited function and it is possible perform remux UHD Bluray. Eventually issue option 2.6.16 which already this supports.

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Old 13th January 2020, 10:18   #267  |  Link
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Blu-ray version is now automatically switched to V3 in case HEVC is detected, so the additional combo box was unnecessary. Perhaps this pull request gives you some more information.
No automatically switched to V3 in case HEVC. Tested to Fifty Shades of Grey and Blade Runner 2049.
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Old 13th January 2020, 14:04   #268  |  Link
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No automatically switched to V3 in case HEVC. Tested to...
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@staina please copy the console output during mux, and also send me a link to download sample (20 MB cut with Hex Editor eg HxD). Which nightly build did you use ?
To cut 20 MB you drag&drop the file in the hex editor, select bytes from address 0 to 0140 000, Ctrl C, open new tab, Ctrl V, save.

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Old 13th January 2020, 19:11   #269  |  Link
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Greetings, would be possible to into 1st post insert information, whether is already supported HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision and next for UHD Bluray, eventually whether with to introduced functions yet works.
I can confirm this works well with 7th January 2020 and newer builds...
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Old 13th January 2020, 21:43   #270  |  Link
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Never use tsMuxeR to extract LPCM audio, it add garbage at end and create wav header incorrect (data not multiple of channels*bytedepth).
Hi @tebasuna51, txMuxer considers lpcm frames of 5ms. So in your example, zeros have effectively been added to your wav of 34.144 s. to align it to 35.145 s. This seems to be standard, I have checked few blu-rays and the end of the lpcm stream is usually padded with zeros.

The bug on the wav64 (incorrect data length) should be fixed in the next nightly builds.

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txMuxer considers lpcm frames of 5ms. So in your example, zeros have effectively been added to your wav of 34.144 s. to align it to 35.145 s. This seems to be standard, I have checked few blu-rays and the end of the lpcm stream is usually padded with zeros.
Curious.
Well add silence at end is not a problem.

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@staina please copy the console output during mux, and also send me a link to download sample (20 MB cut with Hex Editor eg HxD). Which nightly build did you use ?
To cut 20 MB you drag&drop the file in the hex editor, select bytes from address 0 to 0140 000, Ctrl C, open new tab, Ctrl V, save.
Tested I'm and next movies and at of no with automatically check option: BD - ROM V3 format

Tested to latest available nightly version: w64-nightly-2020-01-12--01-09-24
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Hi Staina, it's normal, you have to look here:

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How do I keep the original menu with a tsMuxeR 2.6.15 package UHD disk?
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How do I keep the original menu with a tsMuxeR 2.6.15 package UHD disk?
TSmuxer is a transport stream muxing application not an disc authoring application.
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I think that the problem is that tsMuxeR doesn't use really the MPLS to retrieve its information, at least for the stuff related to the 3D-Planes. Since it is a muxer/demuxer, it prefers to trust what it finds in the M2TS (or SSIF) files, and it assumes that the PIDs of the streams determines their order. But that's not correct. The 3D-Plane numbers are stored in the MPLS and are based on the information and order from the same MPLS.

Trust me, I have studied closely that bug, after several problems I have encountered when I have written BD3D2MK3D. It's obviously a major bug. BTW, you can use my program to examine how the 3D-Planes are assigned to the subtitle streams. I have written my own MPLS parser, because it was impossible to trust the 3D-Planes information displayed by tsMuxeR.
@r0lZ @staina please test my latest build https://github.com/jcdr428/tsMuxer/actions . Once you've confirmed that the bug is solved, the patch will be merged to the master.

Edit: patch has been merged to master

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The macOS version still doesn't work when adding a file. Same error as before.

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Old 18th January 2020, 10:05   #278  |  Link
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Would be possible to into tsMuxeru add option for default audio and subtitle track, possibly as check box before track.Is it only one command extra into file MovieObject.bdmv.
Now I have to uselessly circuitously create Bluray so that the first yourself Bluray create as Bluray folder, BDEdit set the default audio and subtitle track and then create from Bluray folder to Bluray ISO.

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@staina it's already been entered as issue #126. We just need somebody to work on it.

Have you had time to test whether the 3D-plane bug has been solved with the latest bintray build ?
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''Ability to detect audio delay for TS/M2TS/MPG/VOB/EVO sources;''

Could it be possible to add support to this ability for MKV sources as well ?
sorry if it has already been asked.

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