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Old 5th February 2008, 20:31   #201  |  Link
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Do you have any plans for (L)PCM support?
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Old 5th February 2008, 22:43   #202  |  Link
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Recently tried muxing two movies from HDDVD that contained H264 and DD+. I demuxed the evo with evodemux and muxed with tsmuxer 1.210. The muxing worked fine but playback was seriously out of sync.
Ok, there is no problem here. Manually setting framerate and delay and I was able to perfectly go from evo to ts! I got framerate and delay from eac3to.

Hoping to see:

1. English documentation
2. LPCM support soon!

Thanks for a great tool!
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Old 6th February 2008, 01:31   #203  |  Link
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Hoping to see:

1. English documentation
You seriously need a documentation for this? Well, OK.
Note, I don't actually use it in command line, I just translated the readme.txt, so if things are crashing or stuff doesn't work... not my fault!
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How to use the muxer from the command line:

Create a file with extension ".meta" (without the quotes). Inside the meta file list all the files which you wish to mux to TS.

Meta File Format:
<Codec Name>, <File Name>, <Additional Options>

Additional options are delimeted by a commas. Above and from here on after <> are merely present for readability of this documentation and must not be included in actual files/command lines.

Sample Meta file content:

V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, D:\media\test\stream.h264, fps=25
A_AC3, D:\media\test\stream.ac3, timeshift=-10000ms

In the above example an audio track in AC3 format and a video stream in H264 format are muxed.

Additional Parameters:

fps - Specifies the fps of the video stream (see example above). If fps parameter is not set its will be read from the video stream

level - Changes the value of the level setting in H264 stream (eg. you can change profile High@5.1 to High@4.1)

timeshift - This parameter is for audio streams. It allows to set the delay, which can be positive or negative. To specify delay in milliseconds add "ms" (no quotes) at the end of the value, alternatively add "s" to specify the delay in seconds. Positive value shifts the audio forward, negative shifts the audio backwards.

down-to-dts - Available only for DTS-HD stream. Downmixes DTS-HD to standard DTS

down-to-ac3 - Availale only for True-HD with AC3 core (commonly found on Blu-ray discs). Downmixs to standard AC3

track - Starting with version 0.9.96 it is possible to link to streams in different containers (i.e. non-elemetary streams). The value of this option is the track number (in the source container) of the stream you wish to mux. The following containers are supported:
- TS/M2TS
- EVO/VOB/MPG
- MKV

To get the track numbers of various streams in one of the supported containers use the following command: tsMuxer <file name>

To start the muxer use the following command line: tsMuxer <name of the .meta input file> <name of the TS output file>

Nomenclature of codecs in meta files:
V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC - H264
V_MS/VFW/WVC1 - VC1
V_MPEG-2 - MPEG2

A_AC3 - DD (AC3) / DD+ (E-AC3) / True HD (True-HD only available for streams that also contain AC3 core)
A_AAC - AAC
A_DTS - DTS / DTS-HD
A_MP3 - MPEG audio layer 1/2/3

WARNING: Do not start extraneous filters (codecs) while tsMuxer is running. <--- (translator's note) no clue what that's supposed to mean, I'm assuming don't try to playback the files tsMuxer is working on.
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Old 6th February 2008, 12:11   #204  |  Link
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I can't download files from your website

http://www.smlabs.net/tsMuxer/current_release.zip

file not found
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Old 6th February 2008, 15:44   #205  |  Link
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I can't download files from your website

http://www.smlabs.net/tsMuxer/current_release.zip

file not found
they may have taken it down but you can get it still here by clicking mirror
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/tsMuxeR

I feel that 1.2.10 is a alpha, hopefully there is a new beta coming out.

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Old 6th February 2008, 16:03   #206  |  Link
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they may have taken it down but you can get it still here by clicking mirror
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/tsMuxeR

I feel that 1.2.10 is a alpha, hopefully there is a new beta coming out.
thanks

maybe that's why that version is not release on this thread
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Old 6th February 2008, 17:09   #207  |  Link
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Hi,

I use Tsmuxer (and some other programs) to convert my HDDVDs to Blurays. It works realy good, but there is one thing it don't understand. All the video streams from HDDVDs the Tsmuxer sees as 1080i and not 1080p. If I put a Bluray file in it it says it is 1080p. That is the case with all HDDVDs I own. And with Vc-1 and the other codecs. Is this a bug in Tsmuxer or is it becuase of my HDDVD files?Is there a other way to check if it is 1080p or1080i?
Thanks
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Old 6th February 2008, 17:49   #208  |  Link
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Do you see any chance to include an automatic cutting function for the next releases, which cuts .ts as well as .m2ts at given points, i.e. DVD5 4450MB or something like that. This tool is brilliant and that would round it up.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 6th February 2008, 18:32   #209  |  Link
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Does anybody know a program how I could see what audio delay the dts.audio from a m2ts file has so that I can mux a new audio file in sync to it?

Thanks

PS: Regarding TSMuxer (1.2.10): Converting evo to ts shows always 29,97 fps instead of 23,9...fps so I choose the fps manually. The file runs in sync after that but the 24p detection from my projector or my media player ? doesn't work anymore.... BUT all is ok with running on 60Hz (3:2 pulldown). Any ideas?

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Old 6th February 2008, 18:54   #210  |  Link
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Is anyone aware that audio stream info disappears after build 1.2.0
when checking with mediainfo
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Old 6th February 2008, 19:10   #211  |  Link
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Does anybody know a program how I could see what audio delay the dts.audio from a m2ts file has so that I can mux a new audio file in sync to it?

Thanks

PS: Regarding TSMuxer (1.2.10): Converting evo to ts shows always 29,97 fps instead of 23,9...fps so I choose the fps manually. The file runs in sync after that but the 24p detection from my projector or my media player ? doesn't work anymore.... BUT all is ok with running on 60Hz (3:2 pulldown). Any ideas?
same problem here on my popcorn hour, dirkr. Does your evo file contain a vc-1 stream as well? me is bitching around with that Spartan movie

1080p23/24 modus stuttering. with 60 hz everything is fine
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Old 6th February 2008, 20:00   #212  |  Link
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same problem here on my popcorn hour, dirkr. Does your evo file contain a vc-1 stream as well? me is bitching around with that Spartan movie

1080p23/24 modus stuttering. with 60 hz everything is fine
Found spartan as blu-ray so it fixed everything for me regarding this movie .

My file is silver surfing......
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Old 6th February 2008, 20:21   #213  |  Link
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Roman, tsMuxeR doesn't detect some DTS streams. If you convert TrueHD to DTS with EAC3TO, then try to open it with tsMuxeR, it says cant detect file. Here is a DTS sample (DTS, 5.1 channels, 0:01:07, 24 bits, 1536kbit/s, 48khz), I hope it helps fixing it.

300.dts
Joniii, I had the same problem but I don't think the problem is with tsMuxeR. Try to play your DTS elementary stream in powerDVD. If it does not work correctly, the dts file is not correct. eac3to was able to recognize my "weird" dts file but not powerdvd and it crashed when played back in media player classic (using ffdshow).

Be sure to use the latest version of eac3to and get version 1.0.23 of Surcode DVD DTS (not .21). I am unsure if this helped but I redid the DTS file from the TrueHD track after getting the latest eac3to and 1.0.23 of surcode and the dts file is now correct and recognized by every program.

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Guys I must be dreaming!!

I have on my HDD a demux of the Top Gun HD-DVD (which I own but want to sell my xbox HD-DVD drive as I'm broke)

(Video.mpv which is AVC 29.976fps h.264 and audio.ac3 which I made from eac3to from the DD+ file)

are you telling me I can now mux these two files into something which will work on the PS3?
I tried to mux a 29.97 AVC file with a DTS track that I did and the sound was out of sync completely when played back as a BLURAY disc in powerdvd (the structure was generated by tsremux as usual). I think you really need to go to 23.976 to get correct playback with sound, etc. Besides, if you want to be on the safe side, you should go to 23.976 as it is the only way to be blu-ray compliant and so to make your file playable in all blu-ray players.

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Hi,

I use Tsmuxer (and some other programs) to convert my HDDVDs to Blurays. It works realy good, but there is one thing it don't understand. All the video streams from HDDVDs the Tsmuxer sees as 1080i and not 1080p. If I put a Bluray file in it it says it is 1080p. That is the case with all HDDVDs I own. And with Vc-1 and the other codecs. Is this a bug in Tsmuxer or is it becuase of my HDDVD files?Is there a other way to check if it is 1080p or1080i?
Thanks
in this case: I have a projector that can only show max. 1080i. So I have setup my PS3 to max. 1080i. The HD-DVDs with VC-1 codec convert to BluRay stutter (video, audio works fine) on the PS3 with 1080i output. I think, the VC-1 header must clean to 24p and 1080p.

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in this case: I have a projector that can only show max. 1080i. So I have setup my PS3 to max. 1080i. The HD-DVDs with VC-1 codec convert to BluRay stutter (video, audio works fine) on the PS3 with 1080i output. I think, the VC-1 header must clean to 24p and 1080p.

Cu.
So is it my fault or what is the case. On the cover of the HDDVDs is always1080p mentioned. If I open one stream with tsmuxer than it says it is 1080i. I converted some HDDVD to blu ray now. I didn't burn one now, but the ISO of them work perfect on the PC in perfect sync. I just wondered about this 1080i.(I am new to this sorry if I ask sutupid questions)What would I have to to that I would get 1080p?
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So is it my fault or what is the case. On the cover of the HDDVDs is always1080p mentioned. If I open one stream with tsmuxer than it says it is 1080i. I converted some HDDVD to blu ray now. I didn't burn one now, but the ISO of them work perfect on the PC in perfect sync. I just wondered about this 1080i.(I am new to this sorry if I ask sutupid questions)What would I have to to that I would get 1080p?
The streams in the HD-DVD standard are encoded in 1080i/29,97fps with 3:2 pulldown. The HD-DVD players can then playback the movies on a 60Hz TV using that information. To playback in 24p, the HD-DVD players do "reverse pulldown" to go back to 23.976fps progressive.

The streams in the Blu-Ray standard are encoded in 1080p/23.976fps without 3:2 pulldown. The Blu-Ray players can then playback movies on a 60Hz TV by applying 3:2 pulldown "on the fly". To playback in 24p, the blu-ray player have nothing to do but to playback the stream at it's 23.976fps encoded form.

At least, that is what I can understand from both formats being different as they are. If I am mistaken then someone will correct me here.
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All HD-DVDs are encoded in 1080p not 1080i
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Ok and what can I do to get the streams to 23.973fps in 1080p? With tsmuxer I get the 23.973 but not the 1080p?
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By the way. I have the HDDVD Troy. If I rip the EVOs to the harddisk and open them with tsmuxer it also says that it is encoded in 1080i. So I think Creator1 is right the movies are encoded in 1080i and the player does the job for 1080p.
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maybe someone can clear things up - it would be much appreciated

I just opened the original evo file ("300",vc-1) with mediainfo and it also reports 30 fps interlaced

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General #0
Complete name : F:\Movies\HD\300\source\xxx.EVO
Format : MPEG-2 Program
Format/Family : MPEG-2
File size : 8.61 GiB
PlayTime : 55mn 37s
Bit rate : 22 Mbps

Video #0
Codec : VC-1
Codec profile : Advanced@3
PlayTime : 55mn 37s
Bit rate : 19 Mbps
Width : 1920 pixels
Height : 1080 pixels
Display Aspect ratio : 16/9
Frame rate : 30.000 fps
Chroma : 4:2:0
Interlacement : Interlaced
on the other hand evodemux (0.627 b7) says it is 23,976 hz

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Opening file xxx.EVO
Reading...
File size: 8811 Mbytes.
VOB number 0 contains 2 video , 4 audio and 5 subpicture streams.
PTM of first video frame = 6E19147E
PTM of last video frame = 800035FA
Duration = 0:55:37.334
VC-1 video stream 0 found!
First PTS = 2E19147E (+35791394ms)
Substream id = 55
Profile = Advanced
Level = 3
Chroma Format = 4:2:0
Size = 1920x1080
Display size = 1920x1080
Aspect ratio = 1:1 (square samples)
Frame Rate = 23,976 (24000/1001)
so, which one I have to trust?
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