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Old 3rd February 2010, 22:46   #81  |  Link
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i use a eSATA external hard drive so all files would be created in BluRip folder

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Changelog

v0.4.4

- Load/save projects
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- Changed avs input source selection

If any1 would like a make a manual/nice splash screen - let me know.
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Is there a good way to get media information besides mediaInfo?

THe reason I ask is because I used bluerip to convert Gran Torino which has a 5.1 TrueHD track. When I look at the stream list, its selected, but mediaInfo says the resulting file is only AC3 audio and the audio track is only 500MB? Could that be possible?

Pretty crazy though, this must be a x264 thing(I am using x64 build 1416), but I use the -slow -crf 19 preset that comes with Blurip, and the resulting Gran Torino file is only 4.8 gigs (not including audio)down from ~20. I haven't watched it yet to see if its ok, but that seems crazy small.

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Is there a good way to get media information besides mediaInfo?

THe reason I ask is because I used bluerip to convert Gran Torino which has a 5.1 TrueHD track. When I look at the stream list, its selected, but mediaInfo says the resulting file is only AC3 audio and the audio track is only 500MB? Could that be possible?
Eac3to coverts the audio tracks. Not sure if it can demux them completely untouched. I'll take a look at other GUI how they handle the audio tracks..

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Pretty crazy though, this must be a x264 thing(I am using x64 build 1416), but I use the -slow -crf 19 preset that comes with Blurip, and the resulting Gran Torino file is only 4.8 gigs (not including audio)down from ~20. I haven't watched it yet to see if its ok, but that seems crazy small.
Totally depends on movie..
I encoded start trek 1 with crf 18 - resulting file is less then 5gb (looks fine) - original was more then 20gb.
Crf 19 with bourne identity results in a 9gb file..
So on some movies x264 simply doesn't need more bitrate.
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Eac3to coverts the audio tracks. Not sure if it can demux them completely untouched. I'll take a look at other GUI how they handle the audio tracks..
Remuxing (HD Stuff)
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Thanks. I'll add a checkbox "untouched audio".
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DGDecNV support wow your like a coding machine great job BluRip is shaping out real nice
remember where you heard it first BluRip will be widely accepted and the swarm of users will come to thank you

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remember where you heard it first BluRip will be widely accepted and the swarm of users will come to thank you
Hehe let's see..
There wasn't much feedback yet.
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DTS-HD (*.dtshd)
TrueHD (*.thd+ac3)

added in next release?
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DTS-HD (*.dtshd)
TrueHD (*.thd+ac3)

added in next release?
if he adds this, I am dropping ripbot.
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should'nt be that hard to add eac3to demuxes then mkvmerge muxes harmony
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i use SupRip to create .srt's adding in srt's manually to BluRip before muxing would save some time
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remember where you heard it first BluRip will be widely accepted and the swarm of users will come to thank you

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The biggest toady i have ever seen on doom9 :O
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have you tried BluRip?
i love the Doom9 community sharing ideas helping others aiding in making the backup of there media process easier
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welcome more options use them as motivation to keep coding RipBot264 you have a big user base you have helped the community very much with your gifts thank you
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DTS-HD (*.dtshd)
TrueHD (*.thd+ac3)

added in next release?
Already in svn..
Have to finish some other things before I'll make a new version.
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