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Old 5th May 2018, 00:33   #5181  |  Link
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Tiny bug in at least v23:

When adding source files and selecting index.bdmv of a Blu-ray, the "Select file to add" window generally pops up, listing all the scanned playlists. If you select the first scanned file, then 2nd, then first, and so on, the tracks panel's width grows indefinitely, shrinking the scrollbar.

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Old 13th May 2018, 09:27   #5182  |  Link
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is there a way to start a movie from a certain chapter? if not, can this be added?
this would be very neat to skip those millions of logos at the beginning.
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Old 13th May 2018, 10:48   #5183  |  Link
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Ordered chapters can virtually "remove" parts you don't want, but only some players support it (e.g. MPC-HC and VLC).

You can also split on chapter marks ("Output" tab) in the GUI to completely get rid of the stuff you don't want. Of course the usual splitting limitations (keyframes, subtitle lines) still apply.
https://mkvtoolnix.download/doc/mkvmerge.html#d4e768
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If you need more info and help... here is the right place for this.
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Old 23rd May 2018, 14:13   #5185  |  Link
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Hi Mosu

Can I mux chapters and tags with mkvpropedit in one go to an existing mkv?
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Sure:

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mkvpropedit yourfile.mkv --chapters funny-chapters.xml --tags global:serious-tags.xml
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Wonderful, thanks for this info.
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Old 26th May 2018, 21:22   #5188  |  Link
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thanks hubble & sneaker_ger

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I have a problem here with some DVB-T2 captures (mts, HEVC). I usually cut and remux them afterwards with MKVToolnix. but when there are some hiccups during the recording the audio in the resulting MKV gets out of sync. I guess I can't expect that the tool handles corrupt files correctly, but I was wondering if there is any command or option to prevent MKVToolnix from closing the gap. since when playing the original mts file there is still the hiccup but it keeps in sync. here is a sample with said issue:

https://mega.nz/#!Gc4xgBAC!-yRi2YvR3...jdH7EROMldPupw

the hiccup occurs around 0:0:14. remux it with MKVToolNix and the result gets desynced. I'd appreciate any help, thanks!

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Old 9th June 2018, 11:28   #5190  |  Link
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Wow, this is a real bad hickup...

First of all do not spend any money on TSDoctor, it cannot repair the audio sync. Just the opposite with this file, after letting TSDoctor fix it it will not play in sync any longer.

I found 2 methods to keep the remuxed MKV in sync:

The easiest one is AviDemux. Use COPY for audio and video, use MKV as the muxer. In the settings under "Output" there is an option to create more even timestamps in Copy mode. If you tick it then you will get a couple of warnings about skipped frames, but the result also stays in sync.

The other option is FFmpeg, but only if audio is decoded to WAV. You can later reencode it to AAC or AC3. I also had to disable all extra streams including the subs stream. My FFmpeg version is fairly recent, but it could not detect the subs format. This is the FFmpeg command line I used:
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ffmpeg.exe -fflags +genpts -y -i "I:\sample.mts" -map 0:0 -c:v:0 copy -aspect:v:0 16:9 -map 0:1 -c:a:0 pcm_s16le -metadata:s:a:0 "language=deu" -map 0:2 -c:a:1 pcm_s16le -metadata:s:a:1 "language=deu" -shortest "I:\sample.mkv"

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That sample is weird: Here is a selection of the timestamps that MKVToolNix produces for the video stream:
Code:
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There are two things of note in there: First, the timestamp of the packet immediately after 15.063 is 17.583, then there are some packets until 18.143 and then we have a packet with timestamp 15.503 diretctly after that. The second jump can't be explained by frame reordering at all. And secondly, after the second jump we have normal video once again -- including packts with the same timestamps and checksums (the adler stuff). Therefore your m2ts file is not only missing some packets (as is normal for a bad transmission), it also has something twice. Analysing the file yields that the blocks 12341248-12842816 and 14700544-15202112 coincide. These 501568 bytes correspond to 2612 1/3 packets. Looking at the above timestamps (or also at the timestamps contained in the first four bytes before the actual 188 bytes transport stream packet) one sees that the first of these blocks should be deleted; but because that would leave an incomplete packet at 12341248 I have only deleted 12341312-12842816. If I feed this to mkvmerge, the A/V sync is good and the hiccup is not so bad any more.
Btw: Using ffmpeg produced a file where the aac tracks used an uncommon format (the A_MS/ACM CodecId and LATM at the bitstream level) and that also had a second error at about 17s. But the snc was fine.
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yeah, I stumbled upon TS Doctor but I thought I better ask here first. usually there are some free solutions available from the video community. thanks for the heads-up. I only have this problem with some stations. since it is a terrestrial broadcasting I suppose there is a problem with the signal strength and it introduces the occasional packet loss. maybe I should get me a bigger antenna. anyways. many thanks for the help manolito and mkver. I tried Avidemux on the full recording and it worked just fine, awesome.
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Old 9th June 2018, 17:06   #5193  |  Link
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I remuxed one mp4 video to mkv with mkvtoolnix v23 and noticed that mkv video stutters (skips frames), when mp4 plays properly, there where no warnings or errors in "job output".
Then I tried to remux with Avidemux and got this message:


Would be nice to get warning that something wrong with PTS in mkvtoolnix too, or even option to reconstruct PTS.
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mkvmerge used to contain a similar warning if the CTTS atom wasn't present, but it didn't actually check whether or not there were B frames present. This meant that the warning was often shown in error, meaning the CTTS atom not being present was OK as there were no B frames.

Due to how mkvmerge works internally, the container-reading code doesn't have a lot of (if any) knowledge about the bitstreams of the various codecs the container can carry. Therefore analyzing whether or not B frames are present in the MP4 reader would amount to a lot of work and/or a noticeable slowdown in processing speed, neither of which I want.

I therefore decided to remove the warning altogether a couple of releases ago. It won't come back.
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That "Question" popup in Avidemux I got almost instantly after opening mp4, so its implementation not so slow. Real slowdown would be need to double check remuxed mkvs for this error.
I hope you reconsider implementing it in future. Thank you.
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In case of a positive hit (CTTS not present but B frames present), the slowdown would indeed be unnoticeable as a B frame is almost certainly encountered right away. The place where the slowdown does hurt and does occur, though, is if the file is valid (CTTS not present and B frames not present either), because in that case mkvmerge would have to parse the whole bitstream in the demuxer to no avail.

No, I won't reconsider. I have a lot of things I actually want to work on that are much more relevant. Your file is something that happens very, very rarely, after all.
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I have a problem here with some DVB-T2 captures (mts, HEVC). I usually cut and remux them afterwards with MKVToolnix. but when there are some hiccups during the recording the audio in the resulting MKV gets out of sync. I guess I can't expect that the tool handles corrupt files correctly, but I was wondering if there is any command or option to prevent MKVToolnix from closing the gap. since when playing the original mts file there is still the hiccup but it keeps in sync. here is a sample with said issue:

https://mega.nz/#!Gc4xgBAC!-yRi2YvR3...jdH7EROMldPupw

the hiccup occurs around 0:0:14. remux it with MKVToolNix and the result gets desynced. I'd appreciate any help, thanks!
Just curious, but what capture software is this? They're supposed to filter out repeated PTS.
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Can mkvmerge handle PGS subtitles with some of the subtitles having the forced flag set?

I believe that some studios bundle the forced and nonforced subtitles into one PGS stream and a flag is set for each image to denote its type.

If I multiplex an m2ts with these subtitles included, will the resulting mkv work with the forced ones?

If not, how should this be handled?
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Just curious, but what capture software is this? They're supposed to filter out repeated PTS.
not any. I'm using a DVB-T2 receiver with PVR feature. it is the Comag SL30T2.
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Can mkvmerge handle PGS subtitles with some of the subtitles having the forced flag set?
mkvmerge doesn't do anything regarding that flag. It simply copies the whole PGS stream as-is.
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