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Old 19th June 2008, 18:04   #5161  |  Link
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I have a question about demuxing the video stream, I know that you can use the command line switch (example)
1: movie.mkv and it will mux the video stream into an mkv container, but I was wondering if you can just demux the raw video stream into movie.h264 or movie.mpg or movie.vc1, instead of using the demux which demuxes all streams and from my reading only extracts into the source directory where the m2ts/ts/mpg etc file resides? I like to encode my movies and I use dgavcindex for the 264 files and unfortunately it can't parse mkv containers, so I have to extract the 264 stream from the mkv before I can use it.

If this is in the thread already I apologize, but my eyes glaze over after reading so many pages and a search on the thread didn't really turn up anything definitive to me.
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Old 19th June 2008, 18:27   #5162  |  Link
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To demux a specific stream you have to set as extension to the output file the actual one. E.g 1: video.264 or 1: video.vc1 (the same goes for audio streams)

Furthermore, DGAVCIndex can handle .m2ts (blu-ray) and .ts containers, so if your source is such, you don't need to demux at all.
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Old 19th June 2008, 18:37   #5163  |  Link
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To demux a specific stream you have to set as extension to the output file the actual one. E.g 1: video.264 or 1: video.vc1 (the same goes for audio streams)

Furthermore, DGAVCIndex can handle .m2ts (blu-ray) and .ts containers, so if your source is such, you don't need to demux at all.
Tried the .264 extension and don't remember the exact message, but something along the lines of not supported, tried mpg same message. The m2ts files are ok, but it isn't much solution for playlists with multiple pieces, etc... eac3to also deals with all those overlaps, etc... I figured since he's muxing the streams into an mkv container, that it might not be that difficult to just demux the raw streams, notice I said might because I have no idea if it would be a major pain or not, and I can live just fine with things the way they are.
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Old 19th June 2008, 18:53   #5164  |  Link
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Not sure I understand what you mean.. Jumper uses a new version of BD+ and only latest AnyDVD can crack it.
My current method for all BD's is to make an iso with ImgBurn, mount it with Daemontools, and use eac3to on that mounted iso. AnyDVD can do its magic either during ripping with ImgBurn or when you mount the iso, so its a win either way.
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Old 19th June 2008, 19:23   #5165  |  Link
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Tried the .264 extension and don't remember the exact message, but something along the lines of not supported, tried mpg same message.
Did you select the correct stream number? Can you post the log file please?
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Old 19th June 2008, 19:28   #5166  |  Link
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Tried the .264 extension and don't remember the exact message, but something along the lines of not supported, tried mpg same message. The m2ts files are ok, but it isn't much solution for playlists with multiple pieces, etc... eac3to also deals with all those overlaps, etc... I figured since he's muxing the streams into an mkv container, that it might not be that difficult to just demux the raw streams, notice I said might because I have no idea if it would be a major pain or not, and I can live just fine with things the way they are.
Doesn't it have to be .h264 extension?
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Old 19th June 2008, 19:31   #5167  |  Link
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Did you select the correct stream number? Can you post the log file please?
It's on my home PC, but I selected the correct track, because I just changed the existing command line, up arrow and tried another extension (h264) with the same results, up arrowed again to get the command line back and changed the extension to mkv and it muxed it into an mkv file, so I'm sure I didn't select the wrong stream.

Can you do it? It fails pretty quickly, it doesn't even try to demux.
I'll do it again when I get home, but if you've got something close by, I'd be interested if you can make it happen?

Edit: I'm not totally positive, thinking back that I tried h264 as an extension, I'll try it again when I get home, I think I did, but I will double check when I get the chance.

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Old 19th June 2008, 21:25   #5168  |  Link
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Not sure I understand what you mean.. Jumper uses a new version of BD+ and only latest AnyDVD can crack it.
Yes, WELL aware of this. However I HAVE that new version and can easily see the files but the existing eac3to software bombs when I attempt to pull put the video and audio tracks for compression. My question is can I simply copy them off of the BD media and then use eac3to to process them at a later time or will I need to have the media in the drive? I am pretty sure the media isn't needed and can be put away but I want to make sure.
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Old 19th June 2008, 22:14   #5169  |  Link
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@ rebkell

Output should be .h264. Sorry, my bad.

Code:
eac3to "F:\Close Encounters of the Third Kind 1977 Collector's Edition Blu-ray 1080p H.264 TrueHD 5.1 DTS-HD MA 5.1\Feature Disc" 1) 2: video.h264
M2TS, 1 video track, 4 audio tracks, 2:17:13
1: Chapters, 20 chapters
2: h264/AVC, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9)
3: AC3, Spanish, 5.1 channels, 448kbit/s, 48khz, dialnorm: -29dB
4: TrueHD/AC3, English, 5.1 channels, 48khz
5: TrueHD/AC3, French, 5.1 channels, 48khz
6: DTS Master Audio, English, 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 48khz
[v02] Extracting video track number 2...
[v02] Creating file "video.h264"...
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@ BLKMGK

Yes, of course. You can copy the files to the HDD and then use eac3to to process them (that's what I do all the time ).

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Old 19th June 2008, 23:34   #5170  |  Link
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... can I simply copy them off of the BD media and then use eac3to to process them at a later time
Right click on the fox icon near the clock, and select "Rip Video DVD to Harddisk".
Updated on 6/17/08 for Jumper BD.
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Old 20th June 2008, 00:21   #5171  |  Link
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You can demux it with xport, though.
Have you tryed it? I have and can't do it. I only can extract the ac3 track.

With: xport sample1.ts 1 1 1
I get the video h264 file and the ac3 audio.

With: xport sample1.ts 1 1 2
I get the video h264 file and no audio file.

Am I using xport wrongly?

Edit: Forget it. I have done it with tsMuxeR. Thanks anyway.

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Old 20th June 2008, 01:46   #5172  |  Link
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Right click on the fox icon near the clock, and select "Rip Video DVD to Harddisk".
Updated on 6/17/08 for Jumper BD.
Yah that will take the WHOLE BD disk. However for eac3to I *think* I just need the m2TS files and some of the other stuff in the Stream directory. Not sure how much that will save me though but I'll look. At least it can be decoded now!
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Old 20th June 2008, 04:31   #5173  |  Link
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The entire Hellboy BD is 46.0GB, and the stream directory is 46.0GB. Draw your own conclusions!
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Old 20th June 2008, 04:48   #5174  |  Link
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IMO it's a good idea to rip the entire disk. First, it has been shown numerous times throughout this thread that using anydvd to rip the disk leads to less problems with poor rips. Second, it's always good to haave the entire disk on the HDD incas there is a need to go back and work with material you didn't intend to use the first time.
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Old 20th June 2008, 07:27   #5175  |  Link
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i encountered a little problem while encoding dts-hd ma to ac3 and i dunno what to do.

Code:
eac3to v2.47
command line: "C:\Program Files\encoding-tools\eac3to\eac3to.exe" "G:\jumper\BDMV\STREAM\00001.m2ts" 3: "C:\dts\jumper.ac3"
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M2TS, 1 video track, 1 audio track, 1:28:29
1: Chapters, 25 chapters
2: h264/AVC, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9)
3: DTS Master Audio, English, 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 48khz
[a03] Extracting audio track number 3...
[a03] Decoding with DirectShow (Sonic Audio Decoder)...
[a03] DirectShow reports 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 48khz
[a03] Encoding AC3...
[a03] Creating file "C:\dts\jumper.ac3"...
[a03] This track is not clean. Processing aborted.
[a03] Please clean the track with delaycut and then retry eac3to.
Aborted at file position 25130254336.
i demuxed the audio stream with tsmuxer and opened it in delaycut 1.3 which aborted the clean-up after about 70%

any idea what i can do?
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Old 20th June 2008, 08:53   #5176  |  Link
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I though 2.47 crashes with Jumper...

You can re-rip the disc and try again. Or wait a few days and try with the upcoming 2.48. What does the delaycut log say (it outputs the dts core only, but there isn't another way)?

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Old 20th June 2008, 09:42   #5177  |  Link
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I wouldn't care it crashed with "Jumper";

If it was a very good movie, that was worth backing up, it would be another story ... but now ....



/me runs

I'd rather see EAC3To having a option to speedup/lowdown to 24 fps, as 24 fps is the original framerate of movies in general. Because of that, such a feature would be logical to implement imho; Not only because it is very very usefull to us AVCHD-creators
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Old 20th June 2008, 13:12   #5178  |  Link
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I'm trying to make an online backup of an HD-DVD. I've ripped the disk using AnyDVD fine, but there are two FEATURE files that make up the movie. I can extract the correct video and audio streams using eac3to, but basically end up with two mkv files and two flac files that need putting back together (in the right order). Normally I use MKVMerge when I have a single mkv and flac file and this works great.

What's the best way to put these files back together, or is there a better way to demux them using eac3to, so I actually only end up with one mkv and one flac file

Thanks

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Code:
eac3to feature1.evo+feature2.evo 3: video.mkv 4: audio.flac
( 3: and 4: are random, use the proper numbers)
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Old 20th June 2008, 14:44   #5180  |  Link
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Tried the .264 extension and don't remember the exact message, but something along the lines of not supported, tried mpg same message.
Just a thought, but it's not a VC1 video stream is it?

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