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Old 19th May 2009, 09:53   #2781  |  Link
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Thanks deank

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Thumbnail field was/is used to put a frame number, for a frame to be used as thumbnail in XMB and Thumbnail menus (instead of auto selected one)
I assume the slider under the preview image can now be used to select the preview frame? I
I also thought it would be kind of cool if when you press the preview button that you could select one of the images from the grid.


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No, there is no way to support XviD or DivX videos (unless they have h264 video). SD videos are supported in multiAVCHD - just have to be in a supported format.
Is there an easy way to get an xvid into a compatible MKV container?

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Old 19th May 2009, 09:56   #2782  |  Link
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If the video is XviD/DivX and audio is AC3/DTS/PCM you can use uncropMKV to make a compliant MKV (which can be accepted by multiAVCHD). It has to be reencoded - there is no other option.
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Old 19th May 2009, 10:07   #2783  |  Link
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@Mtz: Can you check again the TRP import?
Seems that the delay is fixed, but tested on only one file. How do you solve it?
I hope to receive more TRP files to test and I'll tell you if any news.

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Old 19th May 2009, 10:51   #2784  |  Link
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If the video is XviD/DivX and audio is AC3/DTS/PCM you can use uncropMKV to make a compliant MKV (which can be accepted by multiAVCHD). It has to be reencoded - there is no other option.
I assume something like RipBot is the way to go with this. Does the frame size have to be a certain size to be compatible with multiAVCHD?
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Old 19th May 2009, 10:57   #2785  |  Link
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Yes, the best way to go is to have 720x480, 720x576, 1280x720, 1440x1080 or 1920x1080.
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Old 19th May 2009, 11:02   #2786  |  Link
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If the video is XviD/DivX and audio is AC3/DTS/PCM you can use uncropMKV to make a compliant MKV (which can be accepted by multiAVCHD). It has to be reencoded - there is no other option.
This one does a good job:

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Old 19th May 2009, 12:26   #2787  |  Link
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Wow, thatīs a good prog. - I never heard of it before!
Better suitable for those purposes than "Super".
Right now Iīm testing with DVD folder --> mp4
Thank you!
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Old 19th May 2009, 12:49   #2788  |  Link
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hello Dean,
I installed Avisynth, ffdshow and MatroskaSplitter on that notebook and no more errors. With v.602 also on the main computer no problem anymore!
You did an increadible job on the program overall, but the last added features are a big step forward. I also agree to drpaulng:
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...because it has many special features no other BD authoring softwares offer in the commerical world.
Wait for another donation.....
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Old 19th May 2009, 12:57   #2789  |  Link
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I'm glad it worked. (thanks for your support!)

Build 602+:

* Larger preview in Title editor
* "Use frame" button will put current time (in seconds) in "Thumbnail" box to be used as title bg in XMB/THM
* Added << and >> to move forward/backward (1 sec)
* Added button "Add chapter" - will be enabled later



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Old 19th May 2009, 14:20   #2790  |  Link
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Subtitles ?

Hi

I'm trying to convert a .ts file to a BD structure (I've also tried AVCHD output)... In both cases none of the subtitle streams from the original .ts file seem be to included.
I can demux the subtitles from the original .ts file using projectx - and get them out as .sup files

Is there something I have misunderstood regarding subtitle support in the program - or maybe I'm just doing it incorrectly ?

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Old 19th May 2009, 14:25   #2791  |  Link
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Hey there!

If you have your subtitles exported as BD sup file (not Vobsub) and your movie is "movie.ts", place your subtitles in the same folder and name them "movie.sup".

Check [x] Add external SRT/SUP subtitles in Audio/Subtitles tab.

If you do not succeed - send me a sample so I can look at it.

Dean

edit: If mediainfo shows something like"

Code:
Text
ID                               : 2312 (0x908)
Menu ID                          : 3 (0x3)
Format                           : Teletext
Language                         : English
multiAVCHD will not process such embedded 'subtitles'... but I have a sample and may look at it.
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Old 19th May 2009, 15:05   #2792  |  Link
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Hi Dean,

Some $$ coming your way...great program. To all those whose authoring lives have been made easy...step up and support his tireless work. This app knocks the socks off commercial software and then some.

Any way to have some sort of save feature that if you want to alter a compilation of titles add/remove some, that you don't have to go back and re-enter all the thumbnail frame numbers and redo menu titles etc.

Thanks.
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Old 19th May 2009, 15:05   #2793  |  Link
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Hi

I hust tried to rename the file and place it in the same dir as the .ts file...
The log also says:

[15:33:01] Adding subtitles (Subtitles.sup) (und)
[15:33:01] Generating meta file for tsMuxer...
[15:33:01] M2TS stream split set at 8192MiB...

When the program has finished its processing, I try to play the m2ts file in the BDMV\STREAM catalog with VLC mediaplayer - and I'm not able to select a subtitle in here... But maybe it isn't possible in VNC ?
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You cannot play AVCHD/Blu-ray structures with regular players and subtitles will never show if you're playing the files, but not the whole structure.

You need either burn it to a disc, play it in Playstation 3 or use Blu-ray software player like Nero Showtime or PDVD or Total Media Theater.
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I think his subtitles are "teletext" format. Uploading a sample will help you more.
Regarding subtitles and PC players. I play m2ts (from AVCHD-BR structure) with MPCHC and I can see and select desired subtitles.

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Old 19th May 2009, 16:06   #2796  |  Link
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Hi Dean,

Some $$ coming your way...

Any way to have some sort of save feature that if you want to alter a compilation of titles add/remove some, that you don't have to go back and re-enter all the thumbnail frame numbers and redo menu titles etc.
Thanks

I was thinking of some kind of 'Save project' option. I'll have to think about it again and will post with results

It is a bit tricky, because if you change something in the input files/folders (those listed in Media tab) after you've saved the project some problems may arise.

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Old 19th May 2009, 16:29   #2797  |  Link
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Good idea for "save project" if you can

Another suggestion for the menu pages, if avialable : a option to insert audio track (for bakground audio in menu) like as you add for welcome sreen.

I saw that you have take of the "pop menu" futur plan, is defenitively out (for technical issu or limitation of AVCHD) ?
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I posted about 10 times about background audio for the menu. If it was possible, I would've added it months ago. When I find a way - I will add such option.

I removed 'pop-up menu' option as I removed "Panasonic SDHC" option some time ago, because there was no space in the GUI (especially for an option not working). Once I implement it - it will appear again.

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Software Player for Subtitles

The only Software I know (after trying almost everything available) which can do all the things we want is Show Time from NERO 9 (with Blu-Ray Video Plugin).
If you load the whole structure (Folder) it will play also the chosen subtitle.
If you load e.g. a single m2TS file you need a subtitle file like *.srt (same name as video) and subtitle instantly is shown.
Other:
1.) Power DVD 8 only shows subtiles from a disc and lacks of the possibility to open folders.
2.) VLC Player (0.9.9) can open folders and plays everything you want, but also needs the seperate subtitle file.
3.) Media Player Classic also plays everything from HDD, but you never see any subtitle, even if it can be chosen (by klick in the window/"Navigate") and is obviously existing.
Example: I muxed a DVD folder together with the before extracted subtitle (with Subrip) to m2TS. Loaded in MPC you can choose the subtitle, but it is not visible.

The best thing to get real proof of your subtitles without extra expense is actually (like Dean said) to burn the project on a rewritabel disc and use VLC or MPClassic if you donīt have Nero.
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I think his subtitles are "teletext" format. Uploading a sample will help you more.
Regarding subtitles and PC players. I play m2ts (from AVCHD-BR structure) with MPCHC and I can see and select desired subtitles.
I donīt see it - how do you get it shown?
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