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Old 24th September 2010, 07:06   #10561  |  Link
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Meet the Robinsons

BDInfo shows these "Angles" at the beginning of the movie.

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DISC INFO:

Disc Title:     MEET_THE_ROBINSONS
Disc Size:      41,463,082,132 bytes
Protection:     AACS
BD-Java:        Yes
BDInfo:         0.5.6

PLAYLIST REPORT:

Name:                   00035.MPLS
Length:                 1:34:30 (h:m:s)
Size:                   26,194,931,712 bytes
Total Bitrate:          36.96 Mbps

Angle 1 Length:         0:08:39 (h:m:s) / 1:34:30 (h:m:s)
Angle 1 Size:           2,380,879,872 bytes / 26,189,082,624 bytes
Angle 1 Total Bitrate:  36.63 Mbps / 36.95 Mbps

Angle 2 Length:         0:08:39 (h:m:s) / 1:34:30 (h:m:s)
Angle 2 Size:           2,382,815,232 bytes / 26,191,017,984 bytes
Angle 2 Total Bitrate:  36.66 Mbps / 36.95 Mbps

All Angles Length:      1:51:50 (h:m:s)
All Angles Size:        30,958,626,816 bytes
All Angles Bitrate:     36.91 Mbps

VIDEO:

Codec                   Bitrate             Description     
-----                   -------             -----------     
MPEG-4 AVC Video        24057 kbps          1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
MPEG-4 AVC Video (1)    2176 (23726) kbps   1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
MPEG-4 AVC Video (2)    2177 (23745) kbps   1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1

AUDIO:

Codec                           Language        Bitrate         Description     
-----                           --------        -------         -----------     
LPCM Audio                      English         4608 kbps       5.1 / 48 kHz / 4608 kbps / 16-bit
DTS Audio                       Dutch           1509 kbps       5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit / DN -4dB
DTS Audio                       French          1509 kbps       5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit / DN -4dB
Dolby Digital Audio             English         640 kbps        5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dB
Dolby Digital Audio             Dutch           640 kbps        5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dB
Dolby Digital Audio             Dutch           640 kbps        5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dB
Dolby Digital Audio             French          640 kbps        5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps / DN -4dB
Dolby Digital Audio             English         192 kbps        2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps / DN -4dB / Dolby Surround

SUBTITLES:

Codec                           Language        Bitrate         Description     
-----                           --------        -------         -----------     
Presentation Graphics           English         37.935 kbps                     
Presentation Graphics           English         41.886 kbps                     
Presentation Graphics           English         0.086 kbps                      
Presentation Graphics           Dutch           25.859 kbps                     
Presentation Graphics           Dutch           49.223 kbps                     
Presentation Graphics           Dutch           0.146 kbps                      
Presentation Graphics           French          29.440 kbps                     
Presentation Graphics           French          59.777 kbps                     
Presentation Graphics           French          1.373 kbps                      

FILES:

Name            Time In         Length          Size            Total Bitrate   
----            -------         ------          ----            -------------   
00120.M2TS      0:00:00.000     0:00:49.883     225,810,432     36,214          
00000.M2TS      0:00:49.883     0:00:56.765     264,382,464     37,260          
00034.M2TS (1)  0:00:49.883     0:00:56.765     261,402,624     36,840          
00317.M2TS (2)  0:00:49.883     0:00:56.765     261,414,912     36,842          
00001.M2TS      0:01:46.648     0:06:24.258     1,782,933,504   37,119          
00002.M2TS      0:08:10.907     0:00:35.076     162,091,008     36,968          
00036.M2TS (1)  0:08:10.907     0:00:35.076     162,109,440     36,973          
00318.M2TS (2)  0:08:10.907     0:00:35.076     162,109,440     36,973          
00003.M2TS      0:08:45.983     0:02:30.066     694,622,208     37,030          
00004.M2TS      0:11:16.050     0:00:30.030     139,524,096     37,169          
00102.M2TS (1)  0:11:16.050     0:00:30.030     139,499,520     37,163          
00319.M2TS (2)  0:11:16.050     0:00:30.030     139,505,664     37,164          
00005.M2TS      0:11:46.080     0:14:22.987     4,076,199,936   37,787          
00006.M2TS      0:26:09.067     0:00:27.277     126,222,336     37,019          
00046.M2TS (1)  0:26:09.067     0:00:27.277     126,160,896     37,001          
00320.M2TS (2)  0:26:09.067     0:00:27.277     126,259,200     37,030          
00309.M2TS      0:26:36.344     0:00:28.028     129,921,024     37,083          
00306.M2TS      0:27:04.372     0:00:56.306     261,163,008     37,106          
00307.M2TS (1)  0:27:04.372     0:00:56.306     261,163,008     37,106          
00321.M2TS (2)  0:27:04.372     0:00:56.306     261,322,752     37,129          
00009.M2TS      0:28:00.678     0:01:25.376     395,784,192     37,086          
00010.M2TS      0:29:26.055     0:00:43.668     202,156,032     37,035          
00054.M2TS (1)  0:29:26.055     0:00:43.668     202,100,736     37,024          
00055.M2TS (2)  0:29:26.055     0:00:43.668     202,192,896     37,041          
00011.M2TS      0:30:09.724     0:08:27.340     2,389,186,560   37,674          
00012.M2TS      0:38:37.064     0:00:20.729     95,852,544      36,993          
00058.M2TS (1)  0:38:37.064     0:00:20.729     95,877,120      37,002          
00059.M2TS (2)  0:38:37.064     0:00:20.729     95,784,960      36,966          
00013.M2TS      0:38:57.793     0:03:02.140     844,523,520     37,093          
00014.M2TS      0:41:59.933     0:00:56.181     260,536,320     37,099          
00062.M2TS (1)  0:41:59.933     0:00:56.181     260,560,896     37,103          
00063.M2TS (2)  0:41:59.933     0:00:56.181     260,640,768     37,114          
00015.M2TS      0:42:56.115     0:09:09.882     2,628,986,880   38,248          
00016.M2TS      0:52:05.997     0:00:23.815     109,897,728     36,916          
00066.M2TS (1)  0:52:05.997     0:00:23.815     109,928,448     36,927          
00067.M2TS (2)  0:52:05.997     0:00:23.815     109,928,448     36,927          
00017.M2TS      0:52:29.813     0:03:46.184     1,043,951,616   36,924          
00018.M2TS      0:56:15.997     0:00:20.520     95,102,976      37,076          
00070.M2TS (1)  0:56:15.997     0:00:20.520     94,955,520      37,019          
00071.M2TS (2)  0:56:15.997     0:00:20.520     94,955,520      37,019          
00019.M2TS      0:56:36.517     0:05:38.379     1,576,636,416   37,275          
00020.M2TS      1:02:14.897     0:00:21.146     98,248,704      37,169          
00104.M2TS (1)  1:02:14.897     0:00:21.146     98,260,992      37,174          
00105.M2TS (2)  1:02:14.897     0:00:21.146     98,242,560      37,167          
00021.M2TS      1:02:36.043     0:03:47.060     1,105,901,568   38,964          
00022.M2TS      1:06:23.103     0:00:18.852     87,263,232      37,031          
00078.M2TS (1)  1:06:23.103     0:00:18.852     87,250,944      37,025          
00079.M2TS (2)  1:06:23.103     0:00:18.852     87,281,664      37,038          
00023.M2TS      1:06:41.956     0:06:06.074     2,046,320,640   44,719          
00024.M2TS      1:12:48.030     0:00:20.603     100,663,296     39,085          
00082.M2TS (1)  1:12:48.030     0:00:20.603     100,700,160     39,099          
00083.M2TS (2)  1:12:48.030     0:00:20.603     100,663,296     39,085          
00025.M2TS      1:13:08.634     0:01:58.576     547,350,528     36,928          
00026.M2TS      1:15:07.210     0:00:21.187     97,579,008      36,843          
00086.M2TS (1)  1:15:07.210     0:00:21.187     97,634,304      36,864          
00087.M2TS (2)  1:15:07.210     0:00:21.187     97,640,448      36,867          
00027.M2TS      1:15:28.398     0:04:37.151     1,269,331,968   36,639          
00028.M2TS      1:20:05.550     0:00:20.186     93,007,872      36,859          
00090.M2TS (1)  1:20:05.550     0:00:20.186     92,971,008      36,844          
00091.M2TS (2)  1:20:05.550     0:00:20.186     93,001,728      36,856          
00029.M2TS      1:20:25.737     0:02:30.066     695,531,520     37,079          
00030.M2TS      1:22:55.803     0:00:19.686     90,765,312      36,885          
00094.M2TS (1)  1:22:55.803     0:00:19.686     90,746,880      36,877          
00095.M2TS (2)  1:22:55.803     0:00:19.686     90,734,592      36,872          
00106.M2TS      1:23:15.490     0:02:00.578     556,707,840     36,936          
00107.M2TS      1:25:16.068     0:02:05.458     579,508,224     36,953          
00032.M2TS      1:27:21.527     0:00:27.944     102,273,024     29,279          
00098.M2TS (1)  1:27:21.527     0:00:27.944     99,557,376      28,501          
00099.M2TS (2)  1:27:21.527     0:00:27.944     101,136,384     28,953          
00033.M2TS      1:27:49.472     0:06:41.192     1,218,994,176   24,307
After remuxing the movie with Clown_BD, the fps doesn't look right and BDInfo wasn't able to scan it.

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eac3to v3.24
command line: "C:\Tools\Clown_BD_v0.76\eac3to\eac3to.exe" "F:" 1) -progressnumbers -LOG="C:\Clown_BD_WORK\Robinsons\LOGS\eac3to_PASS2_LOG.LOG"
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
M2TS, 1 video track, 8 audio tracks, 9 subtitle tracks, 1:34:29, 79.657p
1: Chapters, 20 chapters
2: h264/AVC, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9)
3: RAW/PCM, English, 5.1 channels, 16 bits, 48kHz
4: AC3, English, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB
5: DTS, French, 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 1509kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -4dB
6: AC3, French, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB
7: DTS, Dutch, 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 1509kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -4dB
8: AC3, Dutch, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB
9: AC3, Dutch, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB
10: AC3 Surround, English, 2.0 channels, 192kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB
11: Subtitle (PGS), English
12: Subtitle (PGS), English
13: Subtitle (PGS), French
14: Subtitle (PGS), Dutch
15: Subtitle (PGS), French
16: Subtitle (PGS), Dutch
17: Subtitle (PGS), English
18: Subtitle (PGS), French
19: Subtitle (PGS), Dutch
Any ideas?
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Old 24th September 2010, 12:32   #10562  |  Link
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if the movie is in sync afterwards, dont care whats written there.

if not, try to add the .m2ts files (1+2+3...) manually instead of using the playlist.
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Old 24th September 2010, 15:55   #10563  |  Link
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Yes, it's in sync but TMT3 thinks it's a 13 hr movie for some reason. It's kind of odd.

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if not, try to add the .m2ts files (1+2+3...) manually instead of using the playlist.
I might give this a try. Thanks.
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Old 24th September 2010, 21:36   #10564  |  Link
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Hello, my source audio file is 25fps ac3 with 2 front channels and 2 rear channels. As for now Im using this code:
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eac3to "input.ac3" "output.aac" -quality=0.30 -changeTo24.000 -down2 -phaseShift -mixlfe -resampleTo44100 -25.000
I want to enlength the audio to fit into the 24fps film, and downmixing all channels to Stereo 2. Does -phaseShift fix the pitch problem when changing audio lenght? and second, with this code I still have the 4 channels, how can I downmix them to 2?
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Old 25th September 2010, 02:17   #10565  |  Link
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Hello, my source audio file is 25fps ac3 with 2 front channels and 2 rear channels.

I want to enlength the audio to fit into the 24fps film, and downmixing all channels to Stereo 2. Does -phaseShift fix the pitch problem when changing audio lenght?
Nope. BTW, don't use -phaseShift never with ac3 source.
And -mixlfe do nothing because don't exist LFE channel in the source
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and second, with this code I still have the 4 channels, how can I downmix them to 2?
The -down2 parameter only work with 5.1 source.

You can use an .avs file like this:
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a = NicAc3Source("D:\path\input.ac3")

# 4 Channels Quadro L,R,SL,SR, downmix to simple stereo
#  flr = GetChannel(a, 1, 2)
#  blr = GetChannel(a, 3, 4)
#  MixAudio(flr, blr, 0.5, 0.5)

# 4 Channels Quadro L,R,SL,SR, downmix to DPL II
  flr = GetChannel(a, 1, 2)
  bl  = GetChannel(a, 3)
  br  = GetChannel(a, 4)
  sl  = MixAudio(bl, br, 0.3714, 0.2144)
  sr  = MixAudio(bl, br, -0.2144, -0.3714)
  blr = MergeChannels(sl, sr)
  MixAudio(flr, blr, 0.4142, 1.0)

# [DSP: TimeStretch - 25 -> 24] pitch preserved
  TimeStretch(tempo=96)

# [DSP: Resample SSRC - 44100 Hz]
  SSRC(44100)

# [DSP: Normalize to 100%]
  Normalize()
and encode with NeroAacEnc to .m4a with MeGUI, BeHappy or Wavi.
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Just WOW! it worked perfect. I didnt know I could load an avs into the audio input of MeGUI. Aside solving my issue, I just learned a little more, I hope this enlighting post awakes an interest on me on the audio part of the digital encoding.gracias

BTW what bitrate do you recommend me for medium quality towards good in m4a/AAC? something like 128,160 of mp3.

Also, in your script you are downmixing, normalizing,etc but in Megui the audio encoder also does its stuff in the Config options. Do I need to uncheck, keep originals everything from the options?

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BTW what bitrate do you recommend me for medium quality towards good in m4a/AAC? something like 128,160 of mp3.
To transcode from lossy sources (AC3,DTS,...) I always recommend at least -quality=0.35 (AAC-LC), with 0.30 you obtain AAC-HE, and is not always compatible with some players.
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Also, in your script you are downmixing, normalizing,etc but in Megui the audio encoder also does its stuff in the Config options. Do I need to uncheck, keep originals everything from the options?
A little offtopic but ...
Yeep, you need uncheck all, or don't put Resample/Normalize in avs and use the Config options.
(These two functions are equivalent to eac3to, resample with SSRC lib).

The predefined downmix with MeGUI/BeHappy work only with 5.1 sources, like with eac3to. Then you need include the special downmix avs method for sources with 3,4 or 5 channels.

The change audio duration (for different fps video) in MeGUI only work for 23.976 <-> 25 using SSRC method without preserving pitch (like eac3to, but eac3to have more options).
To preserve pitch you need use the AviSynth function TimeStretch(tempo) included in BeHappy.
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I have just found something weird on "Fringe Season 2" BD. On disc three, the playlist for episode 14 "Jacksonville" is not listed by eac3to. It is relatively obvious that this must be 00072.mpls. Running eac3to on this file shows the right length (about 40 min), but instead of showing 00027.m2ts it shows 00027.m2ts+00027.m2ts and consequently demuxes files of double length.
With this length, eac3to should actually list this playlist aswell, but maybe there is an error in the playlist?
In any event, I just thought I would report this, perhaps somebody can make sense of it. Of course the problem can be solved easily by avoiding playlists for this episode and using the .m2ts file directly.
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I have just found something weird on "Fringe Season 2" BD. On disc three, the playlist for episode 14 "Jacksonville" is not listed by eac3to. It is relatively obvious that this must be 00072.mpls. Running eac3to on this file shows the right length (about 40 min), but instead of showing 00027.m2ts it shows 00027.m2ts+00027.m2ts and consequently demuxes files of double length.
With this length, eac3to should actually list this playlist aswell, but maybe there is an error in the playlist?
In any event, I just thought I would report this, perhaps somebody can make sense of it. Of course the problem can be solved easily by avoiding playlists for this episode and using the .m2ts file directly.
BDInfo shows the same. Also, 00075.mpls shows the same double file for 00023.m2ts. I think it's an error in the mpls files.
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Hi!

Does the "Backup>>Playlist" sub-folder contain .MPLS files IDENTICAL to those of the primary "Playlist" sub-folder?

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Is there anything that can be done to reduce audio sync issues with eac3to? It usually happens when I get a message like this...

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v01 The MKV file was created without making use of the gap/overlap information.
v01 Please check whether audio is in sync. If it is in sync everything is fine.
v01 Otherwise ask eac3to to repeat the muxing. It will then automatically make 
v01 use of the detailed gap/overlap information.
If I don't repeat the muxing then sometimes the audio can be really badly out of sync. It is not predictable how much. If I repeat the muxing as it says, it successfully makes the new MKV file without this error message. But then the audio goes out of sync by a small but very noticeable amount.

So repeating the muxing does do something but maybe eac3to needs extra help by having the file cleaned up by another program that can take care of the gaps etc before passing it on to eac3to? Any other ideas how I can stop the audio going out of sync?

Anyone having success (or failure..) with seamless branching titles?

Somewhere along the way they stop working for me - major audio sync issues, changing from scene to scene.

It's not clear if the automatic second pass is supposed to correct this, or if we need to make a manual third pass (and possibly manually compensate for an audio delay).


Umm..a little guidance? Please.



Here is an edited log (sorry for the long post..)


eac3to v3.24

[v02] [0:07:08] The source file seems to be damaged (sync byte missing). <WARNING>
[s31] [0:07:05] The source file seems to be damaged (sync byte missing). <WARNING>
[s13] [0:06:34] The source file seems to be damaged (sync byte missing). <WARNING>
[a04] [0:07:07] The source file seems to be damaged (sync byte missing). <WARNING>
[s31] Creating file "F:\MKV temp files\Moofie - 31 English Subtitle.sup"...
[s31] [0:53:20] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[a04] [0:53:21] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] [0:53:20] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s13] [0:52:47] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] [0:57:31] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[a04] [0:57:31] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s31] [0:53:21] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s13] [0:56:55] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s31] [1:03:24] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[a04] [1:03:52] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] [1:03:52] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s13] [1:02:51] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] [1:23:10] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[a04] [1:23:10] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s13] [1:22:27] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s31] [1:03:52] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s31] [1:25:53] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] [1:25:55] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[a04] [1:25:55] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s13] [1:25:19] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] [1:30:06] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[a04] [1:30:06] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s31] [1:25:56] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s13] [1:28:43] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s31] [1:33:10] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] [1:33:24] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[a04] [1:33:24] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s13] [1:32:29] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] [1:35:41] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[a04] [1:35:41] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s13] [1:34:26] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[s31] [1:33:25] The source file seems to be damaged (discontinuity). <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 20 frames at playtime 0:53:21. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 0:57:30. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 14 frames at playtime 0:57:31. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 21 frames at playtime 0:57:32. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:03:52. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 14 frames at playtime 1:03:52. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 43 frames at playtime 1:03:52. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:23:10. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 14 frames at playtime 1:23:11. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 175 frames at playtime 1:23:11. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:25:53. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 14 frames at playtime 1:25:57. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:25:57. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:30:07. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:30:08. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 28 frames at playtime 1:30:08. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:33:20. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 15 frames at playtime 1:33:27. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 12 frames at playtime 1:33:27. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:35:43. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 14 frames at playtime 1:35:44. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 2 frames at playtime 1:35:44. <WARNING>
[v02] Video overlaps for 7 frames at playtime 1:37:46. <WARNING>
[v02] The MKV file was created without making use of the gap/overlap information. <WARNING>
[v02] Please check whether audio is in sync. If it is in sync everything is fine. <WARNING>
[v02] Otherwise ask eac3to to repeat the muxing. It will then automatically make <WARNING>
[v02] use of the detailed gap/overlap information. <WARNING>
[a04] The original audio track has a constant bit depth of 24 bits.
[a04] Audio overlaps for 12ms at playtime 0:17:27. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 6ms at playtime 0:49:19. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 247ms at playtime 0:53:20. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 258ms at playtime 0:57:31. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 382ms at playtime 1:03:51. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 1161ms at playtime 1:23:09. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 173ms at playtime 1:25:55. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 261ms at playtime 1:30:06. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 204ms at playtime 1:33:24. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio overlaps for 143ms at playtime 1:35:41. <WARNING>
[a04] Starting 2nd pass...
[a04] Decoding FLAC...
[a04] Realizing RAW/PCM gaps...
[a04] Encoding FLAC with libFlac...
[a04] Creating file "F:\MKV temp files\Moofie - 4 DTS Master.flac"...
[a04] The processed audio track has a constant bit depth of 24 bits.
Added fps value (24 /1.001) to MKV header.
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Old 27th September 2010, 06:02   #10572  |  Link
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eac3to v3.24

[v02] [0:07:08] The source file seems to be damaged (sync byte missing). <WARNING>
I've gotten this before due to a bad rip (bad source).
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Old 27th September 2010, 06:14   #10573  |  Link
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I've gotten this before due to a bad rip (bad source).

I don't think that's it.

Every seamless-branching title has this issue.


They all play fine in TMT, and if I process with MakeMKV, they work fine.
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Old 27th September 2010, 08:37   #10574  |  Link
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Just a quick answer: "The source file seems to be damaged" is *NOT* supposed to appear for seamless branching titles. I've never in my whole life seen it on my PC with any seamless branching title. Try ripping to harddisk with AnyDVD HD first and then run eac3to on the harddisk folder.
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Old 27th September 2010, 15:50   #10575  |  Link
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Bad Source: I had the same problem recently with my Cars Blu-Ray. I waited for a new AnyDVD HD, just installed the release from a few days ago, and the problem went away.
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Old 30th September 2010, 21:46   #10576  |  Link
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Hi!

Does the "Backup>>Playlist" sub-folder contain .MPLS files IDENTICAL to those of the primary "Playlist" sub-folder?
They are not identical,
00072.mpls in the Playlist folder has md5
46612f7c8c248b74dde7c57ccad25a67

00072.mpls in the Backup\Playlist folder has md5
e9d5b291218c5409228547b9ebfcb0d2

However, the playlists are identical as far as eac3to is concerned:
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eac3to Fringe_Season_2\FRINGE_SEASON_2_DISC_3\BDMV\PLAYLIST\00072.mpls
1) 00072.mpls, 00027.m2ts+00027.m2ts, 0:43:58
   - Chapters, 9 chapters
   - VC-1, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9)
   - AC3, English, multi-channel, 48kHz
   - AC3, Portuguese, stereo, 48kHz


eac3to Fringe_Season_2\FRINGE_SEASON_2_DISC_3\BDMV\BACKUP\PLAYLIST\00072.
mpls
1) 00072.mpls, 00027.m2ts+00027.m2ts, 0:43:58
   - Chapters, 9 chapters
   - VC-1, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9)
   - AC3, English, multi-channel, 48kHz
   - AC3, Portuguese, stereo, 48kHz
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BDInfo shows the same. Also, 00075.mpls shows the same double file for 00023.m2ts. I think it's an error in the mpls files.
For my 00075.mpls it does not show a double file, at least not on disc 3.

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Old 1st October 2010, 22:38   #10577  |  Link
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Problem with ac3 conversion

Hi All:

I have a 25 fps PAL ac3 file I'm trying to slowdown to 23.976 fps so I can burn an AVCHD disc and play in my Bluray player. I do this regularly and have never had a problem. This file, although it plays fine in Media Player Classic, eac3to conversion hasn't worked.

When I looked at it more closely, it's characteristics differ depending on what I use to examine it:

MediaInfo for the mkv file (tsMuxeR does NOT recognize the audio track)
ID : 2
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Codec ID : A_AC3
Duration : 1h 27mn
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 384 Kbps
Channel(s) : 6 channels
Channel positions : Front: L C R, Surround: L R, LFE
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Stream size : 242 MiB (11%)

MediaInfo for the extracted audio track (using mkvextract)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duration : 1h 27mn
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 192 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Stream size : 121 MiB (100%)

And eac3to sees the same extracted audio track as:
AC3, 5.1 channels, 0:44:00, 384 kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -22dB

Any ideas on what's happening here (or how to fix it)??

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Problem with ac3 conversion
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Channel(s) : 6 channels
...
Channel(s) : 2 channels

Any ideas on what's happening here (or how to fix it)??
Maybe you have an AC3 with 2 kind of frames (a TV capture?, movie and commercials).

Try run:

SplitAc3 audio.ac3

and put the log file created.
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Maybe you have an AC3 with 2 kind of frames (a TV capture?, movie and commercials).

Try run:

SplitAc3 audio.ac3

and put the log file created.
Thanks tebasuna51!

Here is the output:

FileSize : 126680064 bytes
---------- First valid Header
Time eq. : 2639168 ms.
SamplCod : 0 (0:48, 1:44.1, 2:32 KHz.)
BitRate : 384 Kb/s
ChanMode : 7 (1:1/0, 2:2/0, 3:3/0, 4:2/1, 5:3/1, 6:2/2, 7:3/2)
FrameSize: 1536 bytes
---------- Process ( 25.000000 fps is used for Trim)
Time: 0 ms. Written: 1 frames 5.1 ( 32 ms.) Trim(0, 0)
Time: 32 ms. Written: 164946 frames 2.0 ( 5278272 ms.)
---------- End of File
Total time: 5278304 ms. at EOF
T. written: 1 frames 5.1.
T. written: 164946 frames 2.0.
___________________________________________--

It yielded two ac3 files, one of which fits what I expected (1hr 27 min) and looks the same with both MediaInfo and eac3to!

Thanks : )

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neroaacencoder work not more correctly. have anyone an idee whats the problem is?

eac3to v3.24
command line: eac3to.exe "00003 - 3 - DTS Master Audio, English, 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 48kHz.dtsma" "eng.mp4" -288
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DTS Master Audio, 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 48kHz
(core: DTS, 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 1509kbps, 48kHz)
Decoding with ArcSoft DTS Decoder...
Encoding AAC <288kbps> with NeroAacEnc...
The original audio track has a constant bit depth of 24 bits.
The Nero AAC encoder seems to be stuck... <ERROR>
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 0 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 1 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 2 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 3 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 4 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 5 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 6 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 7 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 8 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 9 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 10 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 11 seconds...
.........
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 2848 seconds...
[NeroAacEnc] Processed 2849 seco
Aborted at file position 1506659076. <ERROR>


after abort the file is deleted by eac3to. when i cancel the neroaac-process i keep the mp4 and its playable. sounds good.

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