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Old 25th October 2007, 09:57   #1181  |  Link
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OK thanks. Is there a way to know what delay I have to apply, like reading the .thd header or something? If so, what program can I use?

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Old 25th October 2007, 18:11   #1182  |  Link
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@madshi,
Thank you for this utility. If I may make a "wish list" suggestion for future versions please:

add an option to use a different "working" location. For example, when it builds the evo container right now, it uses the source location. It would be nice to have it use a specific alternate location to help speed things up, for example, pointing to another physical drive.

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Old 25th October 2007, 18:23   #1183  |  Link
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OK thanks. Is there a way to know what delay I have to apply, like reading the .thd header or something? If so, what program can I use?
unfortunately not :/ (yet)
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Old 25th October 2007, 18:46   #1184  |  Link
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Old 25th October 2007, 19:13   #1185  |  Link
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OK thanks. Is there a way to know what delay I have to apply, like reading the .thd header or something? If so, what program can I use?
If your source is an EVO, then EVODemux will tell you if the audio is skewed and by how many milliseconds.

If your source is something else, then use a small clip to determine the delay.
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Old 25th October 2007, 22:42   #1186  |  Link
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If I may make a "wish list" suggestion for future versions please:

add an option to use a different "working" location. For example, when it builds the evo container right now, it uses the source location. It would be nice to have it use a specific alternate location to help speed things up, for example, pointing to another physical drive.
Your wish will be moot soon. Don't ask me why, I'm not telling...
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If your source is an EVO, then EVODemux will tell you if the audio is skewed and by how many milliseconds.
That was my original guess, too, but for whatever reasons that doesn't seem to work properly. Still haven't found out why yet.
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Your wish will be moot soon. Don't ask me why, I'm not telling...
Don't you mean "your wish is my..." I promise not to ask.
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Old 25th October 2007, 22:53   #1189  |  Link
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Don't you mean "your wish is my..."
No, I mean you will stop seeing a need for that wish soon...
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Old 25th October 2007, 23:11   #1190  |  Link
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So, i should be able to use eac3to without the nero filters ?

Because it does not work on my system.
add -sonic to the end of the command line.
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That was my original guess, too, but for whatever reasons that doesn't seem to work properly. Still haven't found out why yet.
maybe its just a bug in evodemux? maybe pelican could update and bugfix evodemux further
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No, I mean you will stop seeing a need for that wish soon...
I can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve you little devil.
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Old 26th October 2007, 01:30   #1193  |  Link
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maybe its just a bug in evodemux? maybe pelican could update and bugfix evodemux further
Actually the numbers from evodemux are quite close. I use MPC on small clips to get the lip sync just right and that number is usually very close, within 30-60ms. At least that's been the case so far.
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Old 26th October 2007, 12:37   #1194  |  Link
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I've got a BluRay with a really weird DTS audio format. When I try and run eac3to on it I get:

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DTS Master Audio, 3/1 channels, 24 bits, 48khz
This channel format is currently not supported.
Is there any pre-processing I can do to get a compatible stream or is there anything I can provide/upload which will help add support for this audio type?
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I've got a BluRay with a really weird DTS audio format.
Can you please make a 5MB sample available for me? Thanks.
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Old 26th October 2007, 12:46   #1196  |  Link
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Sure can, can you just point me in the right direction for a tool that will let me cut 5MB of the .dts file? And do you want the first 5MB or a clip from the middle?
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Sure can, can you just point me in the right direction for a tool that will let me cut 5MB of the .dts file? And do you want the first 5MB or a clip from the middle?
I'm using this free hexeditor for such tasks:

http://www.mh-nexus.de/programs.htm

The first 5MB, if you please...
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Old 26th October 2007, 13:15   #1198  |  Link
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Thanks for the tip, here's the first 5000KB of the file:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/ffjqoy

It was demuxed using TSRemux if that is relevant.
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I got a eac3to error for the FLAC conversion of The Graduate's (Studio Canal) 2nd and 3rd DTS-HD track. for the first track though everything seems to be fine, the track was converted normally. but right after having pressed enter for the other 2 tracks eac3to & command line just crashed and gave me a windows error message (which I couldnt copy&paste). I've sent you 3x5MB samples of all 3 streams on that HD DVD, the errors happens for streams 01 and 02.

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Opening file L0_mainMovie.EVO
Reading...
File size: 11388 Mbytes.
VOB number 1 contains 1 video and 3 audio streams.
PTM of first video frame = 0000AFC8
PTM of last video frame = 164ED025
Duration = 1:09:17.987
VC-1 video stream 0 found!
   First PTS = 0000AFC8
   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)
DTS HD (DTS) audio stream 0 found!
   First PTS = 0000AFC8
   Substream id = 88
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 2011
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = 1536 kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
DTS HD (DTS) audio stream 1 found!
   First PTS = 0000AFC8
   Substream id = 89
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
DTS HD (DTS) audio stream 2 found!
   First PTS = 0000AFC8
   Substream id = 8A
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
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Opening file L1_mainMovie.EVO
Reading...
File size: 6039 Mbytes.
VOB number 1 contains 1 video and 3 audio streams.
PTM of first video frame = 164ED025
PTM of last video frame = 2219CE14
Duration = 0:36:38.363
VC-1 video stream 0 found!
   First PTS = 164ED025  (+4157987ms)
   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)
DTS HD (DTS) audio stream 0 found!
   First PTS = 164E3188  (+4157536ms)
   Substream id = 88
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 2011
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = 1536 kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
DTS HD (DTS) audio stream 1 found!
   First PTS = 164E4BC8  (+4157610ms)
   Substream id = 89
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
DTS HD (DTS) audio stream 2 found!
   First PTS = 164E5AC8  (+4157653ms)
   Substream id = 8A
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
   PCM core samples = 32
   PCM sample blocks = 16
   Primary frame byte size = 595
   Channel arrangement = L + R (stereo)
   Sampling frequency = 48 kHz
   Transmission bitrate = open kbit/s
   LFE channel = not present
   Encoder software rev. = 7, Current
   Source PCM resolution = 16 bits
Done.

5401 counted frames (0:03:45.267) in video stream 0.
152400 calculated frames in video stream 0.

Reading HVA00001.VTI
8 VTS_EVOB_ATRs found.
13 VTS_EVOBIs found.
Done.
http://www.megaupload.com/de/?d=E2VW6NH3
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Old 26th October 2007, 16:50   #1200  |  Link
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New version of EAC3toGUI Released!

Hello forum members,

I have released a new version of EAC3toGUI (v1.32) for your use.

Link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/gtb38a

Changes to the new version include:

1. - Added -down6 option
2. - Added Audio Delay tab and option. You can now specifiy
audio delay/advance in ms
3. - Added -sonic filter option

Remember, as with previous version of EAC3toGUI, you should place the program in same directory as eac3to.exe. If you decide to place EAC3toGUI in a different directory, you should specify the location of eac3to.exe using the settings menu option.

Please report any bugs and feel free to post comments.

@madshi, please upload the updated program to your link on page 1.

Regards,
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