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Old 23rd September 2011, 16:53   #1  |  Link
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How do I add an audio track to an ISO image of 3D Blu-ray ?

Hello,

I would like to add an audio track to an ISO image of 3D Blu-ray, is it possible?

Or remux .m2ts (AVC + MVC) and add an audio track in other container (.ssif/mkv/mp4), is it possible?
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Old 26th September 2011, 13:31   #2  |  Link
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The only solution I found is Scenarist (5.5 or over) ...

http://www.bluauthoring.com/viewtopi...64d20&start=60

But I have a problem, I have scenarist 5.5 but FMX mount is incompatible with Win764 ...

Where is FMX Create ? (see the links above)
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Old 26th September 2011, 22:16   #3  |  Link
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You need to update your Scenarist. The FMX Create tool is outdated since Sonic have made the mounter compatible with 64-bit.

You shouldn't be using anything less than 5.6 anyway (5.6.2 is current), there were some bugs and player incompatibility issues that could crop up with the older versions. (I can't remember if it was player firmware updates or Sonic software updates that solved these problems...)
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Old 26th September 2011, 22:51   #4  |  Link
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Hi everybody
somebody know how do re-authoring my blu-ray's.
i downloaded some blu-ray like IMAX Space Station 3D+Imax Fighter Pilot+IMAX Legend of Flight
but these blu-ray don't play in BD Player and in the Power DVD
help me how to play and how to shrink a 90GB blu-ray to 50GB without losing anything.
thank you
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@amir3852

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Also, do not post the same question in multiple forums (see rule 8).

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Old 6th October 2011, 16:12   #6  |  Link
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The only solution I found is Scenarist (5.5 or over) ...

http://www.bluauthoring.com/viewtopi...64d20&start=60

But I have a problem, I have scenarist 5.5 but FMX mount is incompatible with Win764 ...

Where is FMX Create ? (see the links above)
Can you give me software “Scenarist BD 5.5” download address?
I have been looking for this software a long time.
Will you please help me?
Thanks!
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Old 6th October 2011, 18:16   #7  |  Link
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Take it from here -> http://www.rovicorp.com/products/con...enarist_bd.htm or from here -> http://www.videohelp.com/tools/Sonic-Scenarist
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Old 6th October 2011, 23:06   #8  |  Link
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Hi!

I read somewhere online that Scenarist 5.5 sells for $35,000US.

That's a pretty big investment you're considering!
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Old 7th October 2011, 11:18   #9  |  Link
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Actually, Scenarist 5.5 is no longer available... It's 5.6 now.

And I think it's only about $15,000... At least for regular Scenarist. Is the 3D version that much more?
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Old 20th January 2015, 14:37   #10  |  Link
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I had the need to add an audio track to an ssif file (stereoscopic interleaved file, which is really just an m2ts file with sequence of packets from of the base view m2ts, then sequence of packets from the dependent view m2ts and so on)
(usually the base view m2ts contains the base H.264 video stream and audio streams, while the dependent view m2ts only contains the dependent H.264 stream)

I began writing a multiplexer, but then I realized that Dolby Digital is limited to constant bitrate, so you can replace one AC3 track with another track (of the same length and bitrate) without changing the size of the original ssif, so if your source already contains a constant bitrate audio track (that you don't need), you could relatively easily perform such in-place replacement and write the new track instead.

Attached a C# source code that uses my MediaFormatLibrary (part of MP4Maker).

You could use the same principal to modify an ISO image.

p.s. The Popcorn Hour A-400 can play ssif files in 3D without the need for an ISO.
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Old 7th February 2015, 10:24   #11  |  Link
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I have completed and published my SSIF multiplexer, it's part of my MP4Maker.
Code:
syntax: MP4Maker /mux /input=C:\Left.h264 /input=C:\Right.h264 /input=C:\Audio.ac3 /output=C:\output.ssif
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