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Old 12th February 2008, 23:20   #241  |  Link
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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.
just use H264TSCutter to ts then tsremux to mux the ts back into a m2ts.
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Old 13th February 2008, 00:53   #242  |  Link
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Personally, i wouldn't use it at all, it sux. Plain and simple.
Let's show a little patience and respect for the author. This tool is in early development.
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Old 13th February 2008, 01:45   #243  |  Link
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Hi !

Both

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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That would make sense and explain why you can use VC-1 files from HD-DVD directly with Scenarist BDA and all works fine. The file might be encoded in 24p but there are 3:2 pulldown flags present. Maybe blu-ray simply ignore those flags during playback or scenarist removes them during muxing.
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Old 13th February 2008, 10:31   #244  |  Link
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@Roman

I have one more question or feature request, but I don't know if this is possible. I know that it is open source, but do you think it would be possible to add x264 to .ts or .m2ts muxing ability ? That would be great but due to the high amound of different variations it could be possible. This feature surely would rock.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 13th February 2008, 11:32   #245  |  Link
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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.
You add nothing to the topic. Please go away, this tool works great on the PS3.
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Old 13th February 2008, 12:39   #246  |  Link
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That would make sense and explain why you can use VC-1 files from HD-DVD directly with Scenarist BDA and all works fine. The file might be encoded in 24p but there are 3:2 pulldown flags present. Maybe blu-ray simply ignore those flags during playback or scenarist removes them during muxing.
I think: the PS3 have a forced output in the 1080p 24p option. It ignore the 1080i flag. But if the PS3 must play 1080i, the stream stutter.

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Old 13th February 2008, 14:12   #247  |  Link
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it works CORRECT! Muxed 2 movies today and both are in sync!
the movies were 1080p 23.976fps MPEG-2?
Do you watching movies on PC? 'cause it's a little bit hard to see muxing bug on PC. but when watching movie on TV with enabled feature like philips' DNM (digital natural motion) then the bug is obvious - playback stutters.
I use "tsremux" and burn AVCHD disks then watch it on PS3. when I don't use "tsmuxer" and use original TS stream captured from digital tuner or M2TS from bluray, then movies plays correct. Also movies with H.264 video (VC-1 I didn't test yet) plays correct after beeing muxed with "tsmuxer".
Hope Roman fix this problem, or maybe author of "tsremux" will add correct support for .mkv files. And then I can use "mkvmerge" instead of "tsmuxer".

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Can you release the source code?
I would like that as well. It would be nice to have a linux port of this tool!
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Old 13th February 2008, 19:17   #249  |  Link
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It would be nice to have a linux port of this tool!
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Old 15th February 2008, 23:02   #250  |  Link
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This is a great software and looks even more promising if subtitles and blu-ray output is implemented.
Any other word from the author? Right now it seems to me that he has quit working on this...
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Yes he has been quiet.
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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?
Can someone try to answer this. I am putting all my hopes on on this app, but maybe I am not seeing something...

Alternatively, is there another app which can do H.264 MKVs from HDDVD and Blu-Ray, and which is close to idiot-proof?

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Guys.. I have a problem playing an m2ts file that contains 4.1 H264 stream and AC3 audio. The darn thing is totally black and just plays audio on the PS3. I am almost 100% sure of the fact that it is because the H264 elementary stream is at a resolution of 1280x536. Can anyone give me some suggestions on how to fix this.

What i did to make the file:

Mkvextractgui -> elementary h264 and ac3
h264info ->level 4.1
tsmuxer -> .ts file
tsremux ->m2ts
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Old 16th February 2008, 20:12   #254  |  Link
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What settings did you use to encode mkv file?

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I am almost 100% sure of the fact that it is because the H264 elementary stream is at a resolution of 1280x536
You are 100% wrong PS3 plays none standard resolutions without problems (exept bluray)

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What settings did you use to encode mkv file?



You are 100% wrong PS3 plays none standard resolutions without problems (exept bluray)
I didn't re-encode... I simply demuxed the streams, reduced the H264 level to 4.1 (didnt touch any other settings in h264info) then muxed them in tsmuxer then remuxed to m2ts using tsremux
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File was encoded with too many reference frames so you may forget about playing this file without re-encoding
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File was encoded with too many reference frames so you may forget about playing this file without re-encoding
ok this makes more sense.. can you give me a few details on what i need to do to re-encode the file to make it playable on the ps3? Is there a command line i can issue that shows no loss in quality?
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Old 17th February 2008, 15:19   #258  |  Link
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feature request

appending automatically of multiple m2ts files

coz importing of +40 m2ts-files by hand can be a pain in the a$$
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ok this makes more sense.. can you give me a few details on what i need to do to re-encode the file to make it playable on the ps3? Is there a command line i can issue that shows no loss in quality?

you can use megui and xolos Bluray format works well look in the mpeg4 encoder section.
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you can use megui and xolos Bluray format works well look in the mpeg4 encoder section.
jamos, megui crashes everytime I try to load an elementary .h264 file to re-encode. Can you give me some help? I thought megui could re-encode .h264 elementary streams?
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