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Old 8th February 2008, 22:19   #221  |  Link
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Hi !

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In the header of the videostream: 1080i + 30p.
but the videostream is 1080p + 24p.

Why ?

I think: in the beginning of HD-DVD, Toshiba concept was: 1080i and 60 hz and the header helps the old Thosiba Hardware to convert.


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Old 8th February 2008, 22:39   #222  |  Link
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ah, ok. I read about these old hd-dvd players on wikipedia...

do you think it would be possible to remove/change that header somehow during muxingprocess? I guess it messes things up on my popcorn hour...
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Old 8th February 2008, 23:08   #223  |  Link
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@roman76r:

Muxed two evo files together but after muxing the merged file stops at the end of part 1.

Took a look with TSRemux on it...it shows two vc1 streams and 2 dts streams in this one file!

Anything wrong with the muxing option?

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Old 9th February 2008, 01:47   #224  |  Link
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Muxed to evo files together but after muxing the merged file stops at the end of part 1.

If you mux two audio streams what do get have? (rhetorical question
Audio1
Audio2

or Audio1+Audio2 ????

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Old 9th February 2008, 02:11   #225  |  Link
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In a correct transport file you would have two programs and each elementary stream would have its own PID.

But this muxer apparently does not support multiple programs, nor bitrate padding, nor PID setting, etc. So it is not useful for creating multiple program streams for broadcasting.

That's why I asked for the source code -- a reasonable request since the program claims to be released under GPL! I wanted to see if the design was suitable for extending it with those desirable features.

But it appears that Roman is taking a holiday.
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But it appears that Roman is taking a holiday.

A Roman Holiday? sorry just had to go there..
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Old 9th February 2008, 07:21   #227  |  Link
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In a correct transport file you would have two programs and each elementary stream would have its own PID.

But this muxer apparently does not support multiple programs, nor bitrate padding, nor PID setting, etc. So it is not useful for creating multiple program streams for broadcasting.

That's why I asked for the source code -- a reasonable request since the program claims to be released under GPL! I wanted to see if the design was suitable for extending it with those desirable features.

But it appears that Roman is taking a holiday.
Also setting avc lvl to 4.1 does not work(have to use h264info).
DTS streams do not work unless you remux them again with tsremux I think this started after release 1.2.
Auto PPS every picture does not work ie picture structure (have to use h264info).

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same problem here on my popcorn hour, dirkr. Does your evo file contain a vc-1 stream as well? me is bitching around with that Spartan movie

1080p23/24 modus stuttering. with 60 hz everything is fine
ptscalc will tell you audio delays to use in a transport stream. google it.
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ptscalc will tell you audio delays to use in a transport stream. google it.
thx, but I don't have an audio issue. It's only about the videostream which stutters after remuxing the evobs to ts (fps is manually set to 23,976)...
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@roman76r:

Muxed to evo files together but after muxing the merged file stops at the end of part 1.

Took a look with TSRemux on it...it shows two vc1 streams and 2 dts streams in this one file!

Anything wrong with the muxing option?

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If you want to join the 2 files, add the 1st one and append the 2nd one.
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If you want to join the 2 files, add the 1st one and append the 2nd one.
I will try "append" next time. Thanks for the tip
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By the way. I have the HDDVD Troy. If I rip the EVOs to the harddisk and open them with tsmuxer it also says that it is encoded in 1080i. So I think Creator1 is right the movies are encoded in 1080i and the player does the job for 1080p.
as doombot says, the movies were encoded in 1080p, but then, as creator1 says, 3:2 pulldown flags on the video stream were set to satisfy HD-DVD standard. but any programme, when "see" 29,97 fps video stream call it "interlaced" anyway.
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Old 11th February 2008, 09:26   #233  |  Link
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i've spend a lot of time trying tsmuxer and I must say: it works INCORRECT with mpeg2 video stream, though with H264 it's OK. when muxing 24fps or 25 fps HD or even SD video (with average bitrate of 6-12 mb/s), resulting stream can't play smoothly. with haali splitter on PC, and AVCHD on PS3. first I blame PS3 that it can't read video with high bitrates, but then I test PS3 with "casino royale" bluray converted to AVCHD with tsremux, and PS3 play this test AVCHD flawlessly showing bitrate from 20 to 34 mb/s. then i noticed, that video plays non-smooth on PC also (it's easy to find, when you know, what exactly you are looking for). but the essence of this incorrect work with mpeg2 video stream is shown when muxing 29,97 fps video. video frames is constantly jumping and audio is totally out of sync.
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I hope roman is still working on this great product...
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I bet He is working on BluRay structure with subtitles
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as doombot says, the movies were encoded in 1080p, but then, as creator1 says, 3:2 pulldown flags on the video stream were set to satisfy HD-DVD standard. but any programme, when "see" 29,97 fps video stream call it "interlaced" anyway.
Ok I understand that so far. But is there a way to get this pulldown away?Will tsmuxerbe able of doing that?Because I would like to get just a stream of 23.973fps and 1080p. I read the thread about vc1conv and tried this programm but that just made the fps to 23.973 but the 1080i stays(I already can do this with tsmuxer). Sorry if these are noob questins but I am really new to this whole stuff. I just want to convert my HDDVDs to Blu ray the most easiest way with 1080p picture and completly audio sync. By the way the audio isn't the problem.
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I bet He is working on BluRay structure with subtitles
From your mouth to Roman's ears:-)

I have to ask a perhaps really stupid question:

I have been waiting for subtitles implementation. I assume it would mean that when I rip a Blu-Ray title to my drive as a .ts file (or .m2ts,) I'll be able to play it from the drive, with subtitles.

But, I also would like to shring the file size a bit. I've been ripping all my DVDs to H.264 MKVs, and have been very happy with the result. I'd like to be able to do the same with my BR/HD-DVD titles - shrink them to about 4-6GBs per title (drive space is cheap, but not that cheap.) I just HATE having to deal with disks.

If I can get the main title, plus selected audio, plus subtitles to a .ts or .m2ts file with smartLabs tsMuxeR, would I then be able to import this file to something like AutoMKV or RipBot, and convert to a H.264 MKV?
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Ok I understand that so far. But is there a way to get this pulldown away?Will tsmuxerbe able of doing that?Because I would like to get just a stream of 23.973fps and 1080p. I read the thread about vc1conv and tried this programm but that just made the fps to 23.973 but the 1080i stays(I already can do this with tsmuxer). Sorry if these are noob questins but I am really new to this whole stuff. I just want to convert my HDDVDs to Blu ray the most easiest way with 1080p picture and completly audio sync. By the way the audio isn't the problem.
you miss the whole idea! no matter, how programme calls video stream "i" or "p". if it's been coded progressive, it remains such regardless to 3:2 pulldown flags. the flags are just flags. movies transferred from celluloid always have progressive structure. videos from cameras are interlaced.

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i've spend a lot of time trying tsmuxer and I must say: it works INCORRECT with mpeg2 video stream,
it works CORRECT! Muxed 2 movies today and both are in sync!

Thnaks again to roman76r for this great and "easy to use tool"
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maybe I can beg for your help again. I was testing a lot around with TSMuxer and the program is great. Unfortunately on the cutting side there seem to be a lack of good programs. I tried to remux my Ratatouille Blu-Ray as new .m2ts for testing purposes only and the filed was played very well. The problems start when trying to split it. I have tested with H264TSCutter, which accepts M2ts as input file. But this one goes back to .ts then. Using HDBDSplit makes some of the 4,5GB big disks stutter like hell. These can't be played. PowerDVD is doing some kind of diashow and MPC has issues with Tearing, which is very strange. Using EVR-Renderer normally doesn't bring even one line to my display, when playing this files I got heavy tearing. For having the graphics card acceleration (ATI HD 2600 XT) I really would prefer staying at .m2ts. But are there any tips for me how to successfully split a big file to several parts ? Thanks in advance.
http://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php?...&postcount=133

The only workaround would be to split a file before using tsmuxer. Personally, i wouldn't use it at all, it sux. Plain and simple.
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