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Old 14th April 2018, 09:04   #14641  |  Link
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That is the case for 3DBDs, always. Although left/right could be swapped and the AVC stream actually be the right eye, but there is always one main AVC stream you can just take without the MVC stream to get 2D.
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That is the case for 3DBDs, always. Although left/right could be swapped and the AVC stream actually be the right eye, but there is always one main AVC stream you can just take without the MVC stream to get 2D.
yes that's what I'm talking about, is there any specific command?

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To grab the 2D movie, you have to demux the MPLS, and select the AVC video stream and the audio and subtitle streams you are interested in, and drop the MVC. If you want to demux directly the M2TS file(s), you have to locate the one that contains the AVC stream. It's easy with a good player. The M2TS files with the MVC stream cannot be played directly.

The command to demux is exactly identical to the command to demux a 2D BD, just omit the MVC stream. But personally, I would use tsMuxeR instead of eac3to to demux a BD. It has a good GUI, easy to use.
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To grab the 2D movie, you have to demux the MPLS, and select the AVC video stream and the audio and subtitle streams you are interested in, and drop the MVC. If you want to demux directly the M2TS file(s), you have to locate the one that contains the AVC stream. It's easy with a good player. The M2TS files with the MVC stream cannot be played directly.

The command to demux is exactly identical to the command to demux a 2D BD, just omit the MVC stream. But personally, I would use tsMuxeR instead of eac3to to demux a BD. It has a good GUI, easy to use.

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Old 28th April 2018, 23:43   #14645  |  Link
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Anybody have issues with the audio being completely out of sync on Blu-ray titles that feature both a theatrical and extended cut? It seems as if the audio tracks between the two releases are getting mixed up...

Edit: Okay, so I looked at the log, and it isn't pretty:

[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:16:23. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:19:56. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:32:59. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:34:25. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:54:09. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:58:47. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:09:57. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:11:45. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:21:48. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:27:02. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:42:03. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:52:59. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:05:13. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:06:03. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:10:04. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:15:49. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:23:46. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:25:37. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:31:14. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:34:07. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:44:08. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 0:16:23. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 0:19:56. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 0:32:59. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:34:25. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 0:54:09. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 0:58:47. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 1:09:57. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 1:11:45. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:21:48. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:27:02. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 1:42:03. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 1:52:59. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 2:05:13. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:06:03. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:10:04. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:15:49. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 2:23:46. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:25:37. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:31:14. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:34:07. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 2:44:08. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 52ms at playtime 0:16:23. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 0:19:56. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 0:32:59. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:34:25. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 52ms at playtime 0:54:09. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 0:58:47. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 1:09:57. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 52ms at playtime 1:11:45. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:21:48. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:27:02. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 1:42:03. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 1:52:59. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 2:05:13. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:06:03. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:10:04. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:15:49. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 52ms at playtime 2:23:46. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:25:37. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:31:14. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:34:07. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 2:44:08. <WARNING>

Does this mean that the disc/release is bad? I understand that eac3to tries to fix these errors, but apparently it isn't working.

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Old 29th April 2018, 00:19   #14646  |  Link
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Please put the rest of the full log.

eac3to must recover the gaps, but maybe there are other problem.
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Old 29th April 2018, 01:36   #14647  |  Link
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M2TS, 2 video tracks, 8 audio tracks, 20 subtitle tracks, 2:50:56, 11.988p
1: Chapters, 28 chapters
2: h265/HEVC, 2160p24 /1.001 (16:9), 10 bits
3: h265/HEVC, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9), 10 bits - Dolby Vision Enhancement Layer
4: DTS Master Audio, English, 7.1 channels, 24 bits, 48kHz
(core: DTS, 5.1 channels, 1509kbps, 48kHz)
5: DTS, English, 2.0 channels, 255kbps, 48kHz
6: DTS, French, 5.1 channels, 768kbps, 48kHz
7: DTS, Russian, 5.1 channels, 768kbps, 48kHz
8: DTS, Russian, 5.1 channels, 768kbps, 48kHz
9: DTS, Czech, 5.1 channels, 768kbps, 48kHz
10: AC3 Surround, English, 2.0 channels, 192kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB
11: AC3 Surround, English, 2.0 channels, 192kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB
12: Subtitle (PGS), English
13: Subtitle (PGS), French
14: Subtitle (PGS), Dutch
15: Subtitle (PGS), Danish
16: Subtitle (PGS), Finnish
17: Subtitle (PGS), Norwegian
18: Subtitle (PGS), Swedish
19: Subtitle (PGS), Czech
20: Subtitle (PGS), Modern Greek
21: Subtitle (PGS), English
22: Subtitle (PGS), French
23: Subtitle (PGS), Russian
24: Subtitle (PGS), Modern Greek
25: Subtitle (PGS), English
26: Subtitle (PGS), French
27: Subtitle (PGS), Russian
28: Subtitle (PGS), Modern Greek
29: Subtitle (PGS), French
30: Subtitle (PGS), Russian
31: Subtitle (PGS), Czech
Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Chapters_1.txt"...
[v02] Extracting video track number 2...
[a10] Extracting audio track number 10...
[s21] Extracting subtitle track number 21...
[a10] Removing AC3 dialog normalization...
[a11] Extracting audio track number 11...
[s12] Extracting subtitle track number 12...
[s25] Extracting subtitle track number 25...
[a04] Extracting audio track number 4...
[a11] Removing AC3 dialog normalization...
[v02] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Audio_2_Undetermined.h265"...
[a04] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Audio_4_English.DTS"...
[a10] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Audio_10_English.AC3"...
[a11] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Audio_11_English.AC3"...
[s21] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Subtitles_21_English.sup"...
[s25] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Subtitles_25_English.sup"...
[s12] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Subtitles_12_English.sup"...
[a11] Skipping identical AC3 frames (seamless branching)...
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:16:23. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:19:56. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:32:59. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:34:25. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:54:09. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:58:47. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:09:57. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:11:45. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:21:48. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:27:02. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:42:03. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:52:59. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:05:13. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:06:03. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:10:04. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:15:49. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:23:46. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:25:37. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:31:14. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:34:07. <WARNING>
[a04] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:44:08. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 0:16:23. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 0:19:56. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 0:32:59. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:34:25. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 0:54:09. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 0:58:47. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 1:09:57. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 1:11:45. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:21:48. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:27:02. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 1:42:03. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 1:52:59. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 2:05:13. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:06:03. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:10:04. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:15:49. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 2:23:46. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:25:37. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:31:14. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:34:07. <WARNING>
[a10] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 2:44:08. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 52ms at playtime 0:16:23. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 10ms at playtime 0:19:56. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 0:32:59. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 0:34:25. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 52ms at playtime 0:54:09. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 0:58:47. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 1:09:57. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 52ms at playtime 1:11:45. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:21:48. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 1:27:02. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 1:42:03. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 1:52:59. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 20ms at playtime 2:05:13. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:06:03. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:10:04. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:15:49. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 52ms at playtime 2:23:46. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:25:37. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:31:14. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 31ms at playtime 2:34:07. <WARNING>
[a11] Audio has a gap of 42ms at playtime 2:44:08. <WARNING>
[a04] Starting 2nd pass...
[a04] Realizing DTS gaps...
[a04] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Audio_4_English.DTS"...
[a10] Starting 2nd pass...
[a10] Realizing (E-)AC3 gaps...
[a10] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Audio_10_English.AC3"...
[a11] Starting 2nd pass...
[a11] Realizing (E-)AC3 gaps...
[a11] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Audio_11_English.AC3"...
Video track 2 contains 245891 frames.
Video track 3 contains 245891 frames.
Subtitle track 12 contains 1453 captions.
Subtitle track 21 contains 2463 captions.
Subtitle track 25 contains 2842 captions.
eac3to processing took 35 minutes, 4 seconds.
Done.
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It turns out that the sync issue isn't there when I use MakeMKV instead of Clown_BD and MKVMerge. Apparently, the problem stems from demuxing the playlist file first instead of muxing directly to MKV. I have no idea why that is.
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I don't know if your eac3to input is a .mpls or a .m2ts.

Also I don't know the eac3to version, Clown_BD is a old GUI for eac3to, you need latest eac3to version to manage h265/HEVC BD's.
You can see how manage Clown_BD the video:
[v02] Creating file "G:\00 Mux\Gladiator\Audio_2_Undetermined.h265"...

BTW, if MakeMKV work fine problem solved.
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Yes, but I am still curious about how I would get a proper file using eac3to, as it is my preferred tool.

The file is an .m2ts, and I am using the latest version of eac3to. I have also ruled out mkvmerge being the issue.

I guess the solution is to force eac3to not to adjust the audio, but I don't know if that is possible.
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Only one m2ts directly from BD with theatrical and extended cut?

BTW you can stop the second pass with the parameter -no2ndpass, and see if work without adjust the audio.
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Hi Megalith

Muxing Multi-Edition BDs with mkvmerge don't work really well. The issue are the identical frames and maybe the audio-gaps also.

For such BDs I use eac3to to demux the audios. Like tebasuna51 wrote:
You could test a demux with the parameter "-no2ndpass".

My chapterEditor is special designed to preserve both(or more) editions of the movie in one mkv and eac3to is used to fix such issues.
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The BD features both a theatrical and extended cut, but I am only attempting to make an MKV of the extended version. I will try the -no2ndpass parameter, assuming I can figure out how to work eac3to from the command line. (I have only ever used a GUI for eac3to.)

I made a mistake when I said I was working with an .m2ts file earlier; the input is actually an .mpls playlist file. Interestingly, I was able to drag this directly into mkvmerge to create a problem-free file, which would imply that the -no2ndpass parameter should work.
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Yes mkvmerge can handle mpls playlist files and audio almost always in synch but your BD has identical frames and that shift the chapter points a little bit (not always but often) without separate demuxing the audios.
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Hi madshi

I know you are very busy, but could you fix this E-AC3 7.1 channel issue please?
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Does anyone have any examples how to use -edit -loop/silence?

I can't figure out how this works and there is no examples on google.

All it says on wiki is:
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-edit=0:00:00.000,0ms - any audio format loops or removes audio data at the specified runtime
-silence/-loop - forces usage of silence (or looping) for audio edits
I need to add 950ms of loop/silence at -edit=0:57:58.000,0ms
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From the changelog.txt:

* for gaps, edits & repairs > 1000ms eac3to now inserts silence by default
* for gaps, edits & repairs < 1000ms eac3to now loops audio by default
* option "-silence" forces eac3to to insert silence instead of looping audio
* option "-loop" forces eac3to to loop audio instead of inserting silence

If you want add 950 ms of silence:

-edit=0:57:58.000,950ms -silence

If you want repeat 950 ms, like is the default (<1000ms) is enough:

-edit=0:57:58.000,950ms
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Anybody have issues with the audio being completely out of sync on Blu-ray titles that feature both a theatrical and extended cut? It seems as if the audio tracks between the two releases are getting mixed up...
You are having trouble with a UHD disc not a normal blu-ray.
It's been discussed here earlier on that eac3to can't create properly syncd audios from seamlessly branched UHD discs. I think it someone suggested that has to do with the ffmpeg lib it's using, and that using nero7 switch makes it better (but you probably need to have that nero installed).

Did you have more success with -no2ndpass ?

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Hi,
I encoded a 24 bit wav into ac3 256 kbps with eac3to and discovered that a short silence (27 ms) was added at the end
That's problematic because I have to append another sample after and I hear a gap.
I see the short silence in an audio editor (after converting back to wav).
Is there a solution with eac3to or should I use another encoder ?
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