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Old 22nd December 2014, 14:44   #12881  |  Link
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Did you really search this thread for "Atmos" before asking this, XadoX?
No I don't. But now I did.

My problem is not relatet in playing those files. I'm having problmes while demuxing a disc containing Dolby Atmos.

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Old 27th December 2014, 16:40   #12882  |  Link
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(Does anyone have a new libFLAC.dll to use with eac3to? FLAC version 1.3.1 has some improvements to encoding efficiency and speed, which is always a good thing.)

EDIT: found this thread after some more searching: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=171480
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Old 27th December 2014, 16:45   #12883  |  Link
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(Does anyone have a new libFLAC.dll to use with eac3to? FLAC version 1.3.1 has some improvements to encoding efficiency and speed, which is always a good thing.)

EDIT: found this thread after some more searching: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=171480
Check here http://www.rarewares.org/lossless.php
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Old 31st December 2014, 14:10   #12884  |  Link
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HI!
what output format should I use to extract MPEG-2 video stream from Bluray? (without any conversion)
I tried .mpeg .mpg .vob .m2ts .mts, everything fail. Does even eac3to support extracting MPEG-2 video from bluray?
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In general, eac3to is an audio converter. It will probably not process video streams.
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Old 31st December 2014, 14:24   #12886  |  Link
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Won't it demux it to a Matroska container?
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Old 31st December 2014, 14:33   #12887  |  Link
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In general, eac3to is an audio converter. It will probably not process video streams.
It does. If they're organized into Bluray structure. For DVDs you're right, however I'm demuxing Bluray.

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Won't it demux it to a Matroska container?
MakeMKV can do this but I'd prefer to use eac3to to demux into bare streams (ie. separate video, separate audio track etc., this is the best for further processing)
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Old 31st December 2014, 14:43   #12888  |  Link
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Use TsMuxeR. It can demux everything from a blu-ray. However, it can't properly demux the video streams from a multi-angle MPLS.
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I also recommend TsMuxeR, but if you insist on using eac3to, what is the error that you have? eac3to does support muxing MPEG-2 to mkv.
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Old 31st December 2014, 15:29   #12890  |  Link
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I also recommend TsMuxeR, but if you insist on using eac3to, what is the error that you have? eac3to does support muxing MPEG-2 to mkv.
It's the error

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H:\video\(workset)\Pulp fiction>eac3to 2) 1:bonus1\source.mpeg
M2TS, 1 video track, 1 audio track, 1 subtitle track, 0:55:26, 50i
1: MPEG2, 576i50 (4:3)
2: AC3, English, 2.0 channels, 192kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB
3: Subtitle (PGS), Czech
This video conversion is not supported.
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Old 31st December 2014, 15:33   #12891  |  Link
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Try "eac3to 2) 1: bonus1\source.mkv" (note the space after "1:")
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Old 31st December 2014, 15:39   #12892  |  Link
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Yes eac3to 2) 1:bonus1.mkv works but I was hoping that raw demuxing like on Bluray formats will work too. Issue closed, thanks to everybody.
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Use ".m2v".
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Use ".m2v".
.m2v is accepted by eac3to. Thanks madshi.
Btw your renderer has problem to render properly subtitles muxed in MKV (not so with subtitles placed aside the mkv)
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Btw your renderer has problem
That should be posted in the MadVR thread, along with a sample (and check the bugtracker).
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When you need to know what extension to use for a particular stream, try the -demux option then cancel after 5 seconds, and look at the files it created.
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I recently had 2 drives fail on my RAID5 array so I'm now having to re-rip all my movies. In my collection I have a few HD-DVDs which I converted to blu-rays for easier playback. Since it was over 6 years ago when I originally did this I can't quite remember how I did it.

I've used eac3to to demux amd convert the DD+ tracks and then TSMuxer to combine them into blu-ray structure and this has all worked great, the problem is with the HD-DVDs that have TrueHD audio tracks. These discs show no streams when loaded into eac3to so I can't select them for demux. I'm sure this is the method I used 6 years ago and it may simply be that I'm using a newer version of eac3to that has a bug or no longer supports TrueHD from HD-DVD.

Can anyone help?
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Try HdBrStreamExtractor (GUI for eac3to), it will perhaps detect the True HD track. Or try an old eac3to version.
For the DD+ tracks, I'm not sure you have to make conversion, my Oppo BDP-83 plays DD+ ripped from HD-dvd.
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One source for older eac3to versions should probably be the VideoHelp archive.
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Old 2nd January 2015, 12:44   #12900  |  Link
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Is this possible ?

Hey guys I'm very new here so please go easy

So this what I'm trying to do -

Convert a .mkv file with 5.1 DTS audio -
to a .mkv file with 2 audio tracks -
Track no.1 - Encoded flac audio
Track no.2 - Original 5.1 DTS track

Is this possible with a single command (what I mean is that everything occurs in one go; I don't have to extract audio then convert it then mux it; I hope it is clear) ?

If yes, then what should be the commands ?


OT : Just read that post mentioning new FLAC, so I was wondering if there are any other new versions of the default encoders that I should update ?
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