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Old 6th January 2009, 20:25   #1  |  Link
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BD-Rebuilder, Feature Requests

Hi!

Since there are a lot of feature request in the Bug Report thread (yes my own are also there), here is a feature request thread.

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Old 6th January 2009, 20:27   #2  |  Link
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I start with myself.

I tested around with DGVC1DecNV and DGAVCDecNV. They are faster and more compatibler (especially with VC1 interlaced material, a lot as bonus on BluRays) than DirectShow. And it does not matter which filters you have installed.

Here are the test details:
DGVC1DecNV
I am legend GER, 00040.m2ts -> OK
The Mummy 3 GER, 00010.m2ts -> OK
DeInterlacing directly within DGVC1DecNV without further CPU usgae -> OK

I am legend GER, 00000.m2ts, main movie
13.6 mins for indexing over GBit LAN
1st pass encoded 144615 frames, 30.31 fps, 9136.07 kb/s = 79.5 mins
2nd pass encoded 144615 frames, 9.68 fps, 9728.69 kb/s = 249 mins
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approx 342 mins = 5hrs, 42 mins


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ffdshow
I am legend GER, 00040.m2ts -> libavcodec(NOK: grey picture), wmv9(OK)
The Mummy 3 GER, 00010.m2ts -> libavcodec(NOK: timeout), wmv9(NOK: distortion, crashs)

I am legend GER, 00000.m2ts, main movie
1st pass encoded 144613 frames, 25.13 fps, 9136.31 kb/s = 95.9 mins
2nd pass encoded 144613 frames, 9.19 fps, 9728.67 kb/s = 262.6 mins
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approx 359 mins = 5hrs, 59 mins


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Old 6th January 2009, 21:14   #3  |  Link
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Now, once we started the wish list, here my priorities:
- As an owner of Nvidia I second the request for DGVC1 decoding
- Option to resize to 720p
- Editor to deselect unwanted Extras (similar to DVD-RB)

No hurry though
Thanks a lot.
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Old 6th January 2009, 21:40   #4  |  Link
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I would really like the ability to edit the x264 input options. I understand this could cause problems with modifying the input options and breaking compliance with Blu-ray specifications but I think it should be enabled. Maybe similar to the AVS editor in DVD-Rebuilder.
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i got dgtools in the hope of using them one day with bd-rb..
next request would be to simply remove unwanted extras & option to resize to 720 which i hear is in the pipeline.
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Old 7th January 2009, 10:39   #6  |  Link
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My priority is Extras removal and by this I mean menu triggered extras (ie - Trailers, Deleted scenes and other unwanted rubbish) AND the annoying splash screens that appear either before or after the menu (usually copyright warnings or annoying movie studio adverts).

As I mentioned in the thread I started, as an interim step I would be happy with a movie only mode which used the original chapter points (rather than the default 5 minute ones). I would have thought this could be implemented quite easily?
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Old 7th January 2009, 11:35   #7  |  Link
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-vc1 encoding
-mainconcept reference encoder (because support 4 slices) and can be runned from commandline. like CCE , it will be idealy for BD-25, and its lot faster than x264.


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I would really like the ability to edit the x264 input options
Not all, just most of them, like subme, deblock, cqm, things which can incrase/decrase quality, but not hurt compactibility.
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Old 7th January 2009, 13:19   #8  |  Link
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- Untouched Main Video option... only extras encode to BD-25... (many movies fits on BD-25 without/with reencoded audios, extras...)
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Option to retain original HD Audio. DTS-HD, DTS Master, True-HD, LPCM, etc.

I realize True-HD won't be possible until tsMuxer properly supports it.
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Option to retain original HD Audio. DTS-HD, DTS Master, True-HD, LPCM, etc.

I realize True-HD won't be possible until tsMuxer properly supports it.
unless JD goes ahead with the muxer he has planned
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unless JD goes ahead with the muxer he has planned
Well, that is GREAT News!!
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Option to retain original HD Audio. DTS-HD, DTS Master, True-HD, LPCM, etc.

I realize True-HD won't be possible until tsMuxer properly supports it.
I second this request
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-vc1 encoding
-mainconcept reference encoder (because support 4 slices) and can be runned from commandline. like CCE , it will be idealy for BD-25, and its lot faster than x264.


Not all, just most of them, like subme, deblock, cqm, things which can incrase/decrase quality, but not hurt compactibility.
vc1 encoding would be kind of redundant, no? h.264 is already supported by so many hardware devices and we have a great free encoder in x264 for that. vc1 isn't that widely supported and i don't even know an encoder for it. just my opinion, but I believe vc1 encoding can be put on the backburner for a while. no immediate need for it. the less jdobbs has to do, the better.
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Old 8th January 2009, 08:41   #15  |  Link
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Besides the ones already mentioned I'd like to see
- avs2yuv -> x264 64 bit support until avisynth 64 bit begins to be worked on again, it's 10-15% faster for me with cli tests on vista 64 bit. It's just a few extra parameters to add to the x264 line and a 32 KB exe.
- ivtc support, either automatic with scan or adjustable per clip
- no deinterlacing option, and let x264 encode interlaced
- eta of project or at least clip in gui
- show runtime of each clip in stream window

But most of all I'd like to see full backups on dvd5/9 playing back on most players, I know it's a stretch but I have a feeling it can be done.

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and we have a great free encoder in x264 for that
yes and no, if the developers do not begin to improve VBV system, and finally done NAL HRD, and add slices support because it is necessary for 100% Compatibility, which otherwise could lead to the question of x264 as a good a product unusable.

VC-1, can be good option for BD-9 (main movie only) and BD-25 offcourse, VC-1 is aslo free
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I'd like to have a x264 log file for the main feature. This is way more informative than plain bitrate.
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Not only Shutdown please. I would wish me a pull down or so to chose shutdown, standby or hibernate.
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Before anyone decides to add HD audio to their reencodes read this article and then decide how much difference it's actually going to make. Take note that the comparisons are being made on ultra high quality very expensive systems in a well designed sound room.

http://www.hemagazine.com/node/Dolby...PCM?page=0%2C0
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Before anyone decides to add HD audio to their reencodes read this article and then decide how much difference it's actually going to make. Take note that the comparisons are being made on ultra high quality very expensive systems in a well designed sound room.

http://www.hemagazine.com/node/Dolby...PCM?page=0%2C0
No disrespect, but I could care less what the article says. I know what I hear in my home theater and yes I hear a difference.
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