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Old 13th January 2010, 04:58   #181  |  Link
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@deank;
I tried this same title again, this time with 726, and made certain to only blank the 3 visible warning .m2ts files. Play back was on TMT3, and there was still a noticeable warning on the screen, but it only displayed approx. 1/3 of the screen within TMT3, and only for a fairly quick moment, perhaps 1/2 second.
I tried it on another title, but I am finding it rather difficult to find all the warnings to try and blank. Apparently, some are not displayed in your preview screen, or at least some titles do not show a preview at all in the preview screen. It can be quite tedious trying to open each small .m2ts file with MPC, and then try to find the associated .mpls.
Honestly, the warnings are not that big of a deal to me, just a bit annoying. It would appear, with my limited experience, to be necessary to have a simpilar procedure to identify for certain which titles are safe to blank, and which titles are the warnings ( visible in the preview ), so as to not corrupt the original structure. ( by me )
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Old 13th January 2010, 10:02   #182  |  Link
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If a title has java, it is safe to blank all features under one minute, even if they don't have a preview. Extras will all have previews, so it is not a risk. And if those features you try to blank are important for other playlists, multiAVCHD will warn you.
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Old 13th January 2010, 16:29   #183  |  Link
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If a title has java, it is safe to blank all features under one minute, even if they don't have a preview. Extras will all have previews, so it is not a risk. And if those features you try to blank are important for other playlists, multiAVCHD will warn you.
That is good to know, but when I tried that, the BD-RE, when played back on a standalone, would not return to the main menu. TMT3 would play it back fine though. But since I dont watch movies on the computer, this is a problem.
I plan to experiment with a few other movies that I have. The problem for me is that play back from TMT3 or PowerDVD is not my ultimate goal. I burn to BDR/RE, and my burner is only 2x speed, so testing can take quite some time( approx. 45min for 25GB). And just because TMT3 or PowerDVD seems to work does not mean the same success on my standalone.
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Old 14th January 2010, 03:08   #184  |  Link
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Tried a completely different title, and I went thru each .m2ts/.mpls to make sure I found every warning on this disc. Blanked 7 warnings and 1 short Deluxe Digital Studios advert, and tried playing back on both TMT3 via BD folders and PowerDVD 7.3 via .ISO. Both played back with no problems, everything working perfectly. However, the warnings are still displayed on just a portion of the screen, and are visible and present for several seconds.
This is the third different movie with these results.
My thoughts are that the program/feature does seem to work and not break the disc playback, but that replacing the warning .m2ts files with a black blank one may be the only way to remove the warnings from being visible on playback.

EDIT:
Burned to BD-RE and the disc would not even start playing on my Sony S360. Only after waiting several minutes and pressing Top Menu on my remote could I get the disc to display the main menu.
After selecting play movie, the warning was displayed, though very garbeled and hardly legible, but visible for approx. 7 seconds. ( this is comparable to the original time wise. ) The movie did seem to play thru fine, and when finished, it did return to the main menu.
Again, though TMT3 and PowerDVD seem to work properly, playback on the standalone was corrupted.

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Old 14th January 2010, 09:13   #185  |  Link
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Try using the guide on the first page and then multiAVCHD. And put here the original, edited through this guide and edited through multiAVCHD mpls files. But be sure to blank only one feature ( the same feature ) on both discs.

This is the way for manual blanking.

Maybe this way deank can see what goes wrong. Although the same blanking method is in multiAVCHD too.
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Old 14th January 2010, 11:22   #186  |  Link
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Ok, I'll try to re-write the code for blanking...
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Old 14th January 2010, 13:56   #187  |  Link
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Ok... all blanking is done by using black video... I hope this will fix the problem...

@caps: I also added another attempt to generate preview for menu/warnings m2ts files smaller than 1MB (usually one-two frames of video).
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Old 15th January 2010, 06:01   #188  |  Link
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@deank;
I tested two of the previous titles that were not working on my standalone, but did work fine with TMT3 and PowerDVD, with your latest release 726+ and I am pleased to report both work perfectly. Play back with TMT3 and PowerDVD was fine, and more important, ( at least to me ) the BD-RE playback on my Sony S360 for both was flawless!
No more warnings, no player hangs, beautiful.
Congrats on this accomplishment. An excellent addition to an already very good program.
I have also been testing your program with some of my TV recordings, and just recently backed up the three Lord of the Rings, HD broadcasts 1080i pulled from my Comcast HD DVR box via firewire. I did use MeGui to reencode to BD9, due to my being familiar with it, but used MultiAVCHD to compile a custom XMB menu and burned to BD media. Again, I was very pleased with the outcome.( It's just too bad TNT has to advertise and flash logos all over the screen )
I like the XMB style menu, and have learned how to change the location of the thumbnails, but it would be nice to be able to have them placed horizontally along the bottom or the top of the screen, to avoid overlapping with a custom menu picture.
Again great work, and it's a pleasure to test and learn some of the many features of your program.
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Old 15th January 2010, 11:51   #189  |  Link
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Good news indeed Thank you for testing it!

About XMB - it is possible to add such option - I'll look into it. You can use Slide or Carousel menu styles. They have chapters at the bottom.

(I added the option.. check multiAVCHD thread)

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Old 17th January 2010, 04:32   #190  |  Link
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After prolonged tests and many and annoying failures, I finally devised a method for re-authoring series disc keeping the original menu. Check the first post. You can also replace audio streams, etc, all the things you want. If you want to blank trailers, warnings, insert the edited disc in multiAVCHD and check this tutorial.

l.e. I've added a small hex edit tutorial at the end of the guide, so everyone can modify their mpls files. It is not something advanced, it's something I picked up after a day of googling and trying my ass off to understand the mechanism.

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Old 21st January 2010, 19:44   #191  |  Link
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Hi,
Tried to change subs according to guide but...
tsmuxer does not make m2ts main file like oryginal (00003.m2ts fro example) but always 00000.m2ts so it's not possible to simply replace oryginal one! The same thing is with mpls file: always 00000.mpls and not 00003.mpls as in example on the first site.
Please advice.
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Old 21st January 2010, 19:47   #192  |  Link
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In the Blu-Ray Tab you have First MPLS file and you choose the original mpls number and underneath you have First M2TS file and you choose the original m2ts number. It is written in the guide too.
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Old 21st January 2010, 20:07   #193  |  Link
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I'm adding mpls file contains main movie for ex. 00001.mpls to tsmuxer. Main m2ts file is 00011.m2ts. After tsmuxer done his job I've got 00000.mpls file and 00000.m2ts file !!
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Old 21st January 2010, 20:17   #194  |  Link
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Instead of 3 and 3 you put 1 and 11.

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Old 21st January 2010, 23:03   #195  |  Link
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Thank you for help. Remuxing it's work now!
Last question: the number of *.clpi file to copy and paste into oryginal folder corresponds to number of mpls or m2ts file (in my example I have 00001.mpls and 00011.m2ts with main movie). Must I copy 00001.clpi or 00011.clpi? BTW in guide both have the same name
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Old 21st January 2010, 23:21   #196  |  Link
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It will make only one clpi file, 00011.clpi for the 00011.m2ts.
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Old 24th January 2010, 14:34   #197  |  Link
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trying the remux new subtitle track for the first time, followed the guide up to a point were im not sure what to input. in your example you set first mpls 3 first m2ts 3.

if the playlist is 00001.mpls and the corresponting m2ts is 00037.m2ts then i take it i set it it to first mpls 1 first m2ts 37?

edit - should have read above
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set font to cyrilic but it wont work, is there a special font set that i can use to add russian subs?
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Old 28th January 2010, 08:49   #199  |  Link
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problem with tsMuxer 1.10.6

I try to replace subtitle in Defiance region B, and here is some error in tsMuxer:

SmartLabs tsMuxeR. Version 1.10.6 http://www.smlabs.net
VC-1 stream does not contain fps field. Muxing fps=23.976
Decoding VC-1 stream (track 1): Profile: Advanced@3 Resolution: 1920:1080p Frame rate: 23.976
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 448Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 6
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 448Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 6
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 448Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 6
Decoding AC3 stream (track 5): Bitrate: 192Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 2
Decoding AC3 stream (track 6): Bitrate: 192Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 2
Decoding PGS stream (track 7): Resolution: 1920:1080 Frame rate: 23.976
Decoding PGS stream (track 8): Resolution: 1920:1080 Frame rate: 23.976
Decoding PGS stream (track 9): Resolution: 1920:1080 Frame rate: 23.976
Decoding PGS stream (track 10): Resolution: 1920:1080 Frame rate: 23.976
Decoding PGS stream (track 11): Resolution: 1920:1080 Frame rate: 23.976
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:09,984. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 48Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 4
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:09,984. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 128Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:09,984. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 640Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,016. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 640Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 4
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,018. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 112Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 4
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,018. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 128Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 4
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,050. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 512Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,053. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 448Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 2
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,064. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 192Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,082. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 56Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,098. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 640Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,101. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 128Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,130. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 160Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,146. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 64Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 4
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,149. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 40Kbps Sample Rate: 22KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,162. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 64Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,194. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 640Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,194. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 192Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 1
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,219. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 512Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 1
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,226. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 32Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,229. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 128Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 6
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,254. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 192Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,258. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 384Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,261. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 80Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,288. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 128Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,293. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 112Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,293. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 640Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,325. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 320Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 1
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,336. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 48Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,341. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 96Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 2
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,360. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 160Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 2
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,371. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 40Kbps Sample Rate: 32KHz Channels: 4
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,373. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 256Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 5
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,408. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 32Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,408. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 256Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 2
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,419. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 3): Bitrate: 256Kbps Sample Rate: 44KHz Channels: 3
AC3 stream (track 2): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,443. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 128Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 4
AC3 stream (track 4): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,443. Resync stream.
Decoding AC3 stream (track 4): Bitrate: 160Kbps Sample Rate: 16KHz Channels: 4
AC3 stream (track 3): bad frame detected at position00:00:10,454. Resync stream.

Can somebody help me, please.
Sorry for my English.
Thanks in advance
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It's a bug in AnyDVD HD as far as i know that corrupts some AC3 audio files. Use this tool to check audio for bad streams. I recommed you to use IsoBuster to backup your discs.

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