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Old 1st April 2009, 13:43   #61  |  Link
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so to keep the DTS audio in MultiAVCHD, in audio settings keep all audio tracks checked will keep its original state provided that the audio stream is in DTS?

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popBD will never touch audio.
multiAVCHD will never reencode standard DTS to AC3.

If it is Master/HighResolution audio DTS then in multiAVCHD you need to uncheck [x] TrueHD/DTS-MA.... to [xxx] kbps AC-3 and LPCM in Audio/Subtitles tab.

it is unchecked by default anyway.
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Old 1st April 2009, 14:09   #63  |  Link
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thanks Dean for helping me understand...i'm not an A/V guy so i'm just learning as I go along...
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No problem. Let me know if you run into troubles with any of these programs.

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so to keep the DTS audio in MultiAVCHD, in audio settings keep all audio tracks checked will keep its original state provided that the audio stream is in DTS?
Yes, use [x] Keep all audio tracks. Otherwise only the first one will be kept.
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Hi Deank,
About the flickering we where talking about in the multiAVCHD thread, I've juste noticed that my TV says that the video is now 1080i not 1080p. This might be the problem but I don't know how this happened as the original is 1080p.
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Hi Deank,
About the flickering we where talking about in the multiAVCHD thread, I've juste noticed that my TV says that the video is now 1080i not 1080p. This might be the problem but I don't know how this happened as the original is 1080p.
Just to let you know - I have replied to your flickering issue, but again over at the multiAVCHD thread as I think it's not uncropMKV-related. See my post here.

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Honestly I have no ideas.

Please make sure you have the latest Haali and ffdshow and have all postprocessing in ffdshow disabled.

I never witnessed anything similar. I'm using PAL PS3 -> HDMI -> 1920x1080p plasma tv.

Check your PS3 settings for 1080p output.

multiAVCHD menu is in 1080i - are you sure you didn't confuse it with the movie?
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hi,

can you add a check/uncheck box for turning off the PC when encoding ends (and maybe a timer)? ([x] turn off PC after encoding)?
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Old 1st April 2009, 19:01   #69  |  Link
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I should ask CalcIt developer about it. Once I find out how - I'll add this option.
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I should ask CalcIt developer about it. Once I find out how - I'll add this option.
Simply execute shutdown.exe with proper switch
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Hi Dean
One quick question, does your x264 command line include the "--threads auto" switch? Just want to confirm that I'm getting the fastest speed.Thanks.
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Simply execute shutdown.exe with proper switch
He gave me the API call function, so I'll use it.

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One quick question, does your x264 command line include the "--threads auto" switch? Just want to confirm that I'm getting the fastest speed.Thanks.
Yes.
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You can now download the updated .exe. It includes the shutdown option and small interface change.

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A little update:

I added functionality to import various video-formats. If input file is not MKV, uncropMKV will use mkvmerge to generate a MKV and will process it.

Example:

1) I loaded AVI file (XVID 624x352 23.98fps) with MP3 audio
2) Set resize option to 720x480 (16:9 anamorphic)
3) Clicked Queue and then Start
4) Took the output (-uncropped.mkv) file and loaded it into multiAVCHD
5) multiAVCHD converted the MP3 audio to AC3
6) ...and I got a nice AVCHD folder with my AVI video

I also tested it with MP4 and MOV.

*** edit: there are some audio sync problems if original audio is not AC3/DTS/PCM/WAV but I'll find a solution. It works with CBR mp3/mp2 audio.
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uncropMKV not working

Hi Deank

unfortunately uncropMKV seems not to be working on my computer
everything from avisynth and ffdshow ist installed and working(with other programs like megui encoder)
When I load the mkv file into the program: "video properties" doesn't show anything besides n/a. It somehow doesn't read the file!? I suspect is has something to do with the directshow filters (although otherwise they seem to be working). Any idea?
Anyway thanks for multiAVCHD, works like a charm,terrific program!
No problems here. A great item would be popup menus,but probably a big hassle to program.

Greetings Arthur
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Old 2nd April 2009, 20:29   #76  |  Link
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if you don't get a preview or 'video properties' it means that either you don't have tools\mkvinfo.exe or your file is not mkv.

download the latest FULL uncropMKV (link in 1st post) and try again.

Also I'd suggest to READ ALL that's in the first post in this thread.
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thanks a lot...
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it would be nice to add a .log file (in case something going wrong!)...
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You can re-download the .exe. It will create a log file in uncropMKV.exe folder.

Code:
[02:36:37] Pre-processing input file (captivity-tlr2_h1080p.mp4)...
[02:36:48] Detected video: ID#1:V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC:1920x800 23.976fps (AR:2.4)
[02:36:48] Video height not compliant (480/576/720/1080)!
[02:36:48] Detected audio: ID#2:A_AAC:audio (44100Hz/2ch) Language: und
[02:36:52] Will keep track#2, Audio, A_AAC, und, 44100Hz 2ch
[02:36:52] File queued: captivity-tlr2_h1080p_new.mkv
[02:36:54] Re-encoding with x264 (captivity-tlr2_h1080p_new.mkv)...
[02:36:58] Will keep track#2, Audio
[02:36:58] mkvmerge: ...
[02:37:00] Done!
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quick question Dean. if the source file has h.264 & DTS audio is there a way to convert the audio to AC3 and still keep the DTS stream? essentially i want to get to a file that now has the h.264 file + DTS audio & AC3 audio
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