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Old 30th July 2009, 10:22   #1  |  Link
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PS3muxer - Remux MKV to M2TS for play on Sony PlayStation3

Dear friends, I wish to present to you a new very simple program which will remux mkv file with h.264 video and AC3/DTS/LPCM/AAC audio to a M2TS file which is playable on the Sony PlayStation3.

Windows setup (Win32): http://tsdemuxer.googlecode.com/file..._setup_130.exe
Ubuntu 10.04 package (32bit): http://tsdemuxer.googlecode.com/file...untu1_i386.deb
Ubuntu 9.04 package (64bit): http://tsdemuxer.googlecode.com/file...ntu1_amd64.deb
Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.4 package (Intel 32bit): http://tsdemuxer.googlecode.com/files/ps3muxer_130.dmg
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
Homepage: http://ps3muxer.org/
PShare homepage: http://ps3muxer.org/pshare.html

- No video transcoding;
- Audio transcoding if track codec differs from AC3;
- Use of the delay and fps information from the MKV container;
- Multi-audio (You can choose more than one audio track);
- External audio tracks;
- Batch processing;
- Video codecs: h.264, VC-1, MPEG-2 (PS3 will show only h.264 and it is possible MPEG2);
- Audio codecs: AC3, DTS, AAC, MP3, LPCM (for AC3 transcoding it is not required);
- Possibility of manual updating of language and delay of tracks;
- Possibility of splitting a file into parts;
- Possibility of changing a h.264 profile and AC3 bitrate;
- Windows and Linux support (QT GUI);
- Free source code;
- Compressed MKV files remuxing - new 2-pass mode.

The program uses mkvextract for audio extraction, ffmpeg for audio transcoding, tsMuxeR for M2TS muxing.

For film viewing on PS3 it is better to use DLNA media server TVersity (You can copy file to internal HDD).



Manual

1)Start the program and push «open» button.


2)Select MKV source file.


3)Choose video and audio tracks (use «Ctrl» button for multi-selection). You can update language, delay, and split chunk size. Then press «Start Muxing» button.


4)Enjoy

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Hi!
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The program uses mkvextract for audio extraction, ffmpeg for audio transcoding, tsMuxeR for M2TS muxing.
Can't you use "tsMuxeR" to demux/extract the audiostream - and thereby reduce the number of programs involved in the conversion?

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No video transcoding... Video codecs: h.264, VC-1, MPEG-2 (PS3 will show only h.264 and it is possible MPEG2)
If no video transcoding is done, what does your GUI do with MKVs containing VC-1 videostreams?
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Hi.
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Can't you use "tsMuxeR" to demux/extract the audiostream - and thereby reduce the number of programs involved in the conversion?
I can, but mkvextract it is more convenient (I can set output file name).

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If no video transcoding is done, what does your GUI do with MKVs containing VC-1 videostreams?
Nothing, for this purpose there are other programs: mkv2vob, multiAVCHD.
I never met VC-1 in BDR/HDDVDrip, only in remux.
Video transcoding too slow, nobody will wait... download h.264.
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UPDATE is available.

Version 1.22:

- localization fix;
- message box when abort process;
- optimization of audio track extraction (one pass for several files);
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Old 27th August 2009, 11:18   #5  |  Link
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UPDATE is available.

Version 1.23:

- batch processing.
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Any chance of getting it compiled for Mac? QT is available on Mac too.
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I know, but i have not Mac

I will build Mac version when there will be a possibility.
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Build it for Mac.

How difficult is it to build it?

Is it something that I could do?

If yes, how?
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I don`t know

I think it is not easy.

You need this:
http://qt.nokia.com/downloads/sdk-mac-os-cpp
and this:
http://tsdemuxer.googlecode.com/file...xer_src.tar.gz

Install QT4 and unpack my source, then open QT project in "QT Creator" and press F5 button.
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UPDATE is available.

Version 1.24:
- Localization fix
- New QT runtime in Windows version
- New tsMuxer version in Ubuntu package
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UPDATE is available.

Version 1.25:
- Show video track FPS;
- Possibility of changing a FPS;
- Possibility of changing a h.264 profile to 4.1 in GUI.
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UPDATE is available.

Version 1.26:
- Possibility of changing a AC3 bitrate in GUI;
- New QT runtime in Windows version;
- New mkvextract in Windows version;
- Append zlib1.dll to the Windows setup (Windows 7 fix).
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Thanks for this tool! Great! ButI have some questions:

1) It would be great, if you could manually add audiotracks (which are not included in the .mkv) and then remux it.

2.) before this feature is added, I only use ps3muxer for showing me the audio delay in the .mkv. I use this value for tsmuxer, to have sync audio. Is the audio delay in ps3muxer correct to use it in tsmuxer?

Thank you!
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Thanks for this tool! Great! ButI have some questions:

1) It would be great, if you could manually add audiotracks (which are not included in the .mkv) and then remux it.

2.) before this feature is added, I only use ps3muxer for showing me the audio delay in the .mkv. I use this value for tsmuxer, to have sync audio. Is the audio delay in ps3muxer correct to use it in tsmuxer?

Thank you!
Thanks, I will try to make it in next release.

Yes, the audio delay in ps3muxer is correct to use it in tsmuxer.
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UPDATE is available.

Version 1.27:
- External audio tracks.
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UPDATE is available.

Version 1.28:
- Using detected in container fps when muxing;
- QT 4.6.0.
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Any chance for a 64bit Ubuntu package?
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Any chance for a 64bit Ubuntu package?
I will try.


UPDATE is available.

Version 1.28.1:
- ffmpeg 8 Apr 2010 build;
- QT 4.6.1.
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Any chance for a 64bit Ubuntu package?
Try this package: http://tsdemuxer.googlecode.com/file...ntu1_amd64.deb
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Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.4 version (Intel 32bit) - http://tsdemuxer.googlecode.com/files/ps3muxer.dmg
Qt Framework for Mac OS X - http://qt.nokia.com/downloads/qt-for...nt-on-mac-os-x
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