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Old 31st August 2013, 13:59   #1  |  Link
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tsMuxeR update for 3D blu-ray

Latest version of tsMuxeR 2.6.11:

windows 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.6.11.zip
linux 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.6.11.tar.gz
MacOS 10.8 (64 bit): tsMuxeR_2.6.11.dmg


------------- Previous versions: ---------------
2.6.9
windows 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.6.9.zip
linux 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.6.9.tar.gz
MacOS 10.8 (64 bit): tsMuxeR_2.6.9.dmg


2.6.4(b)
windows 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.6.4(b).zip
linux 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.6.4(b).tar.gz
MacOS 10.8 (64 bit): tsMuxeR_2.6.4(b).dmg

2.5.7(b)
windows 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.5.7(b).zip
linux 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.5.7(b).tar.gz
MacOS 10.8 (64 bit): tsMuxeR_2.5.7(b).dmg

2.5.5(b):
windows 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.5.5(b).zip
linux 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.5.5(b).tar.gz
MacOS 10.8 (64 bit): tsMuxeR_2.5.5(b).dmg

2.4.1(b):
windows 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.4.1(b).zip
linux 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.4.1(b).tar.gz
MacOS 10.8 (64 bit): tsMuxeR_2.4.1(b).dmg


2.3.2(b):
windows 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.3.2(b).zip
linux 32 bit: tsMuxeR_2.3.2(b).tar.gz
MacOS 10.8 (64 bit): tsMuxeR_2.3.2(b).dmg

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Old 31st August 2013, 15:08   #2  |  Link
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If somebody can help me to find new Blu-ray ISO/IEC specification...
Welcome to the forum. What do you mean by "new Blu-ray ISO/IEC specification"?

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Old 31st August 2013, 15:33   #3  |  Link
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I mean full Blu-ray specifications: .mpls, .bdmv files bitstream syntax e.t.c. It is a .pdf file usually. I have old one without 3D specs.
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OK, I have only the earlier spec also.
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Thanks for a support in any case.

I've found (using reverse engineering) basic information about MVC inside siff files. I mean blu-ray specific nal unit 0x14, witch used to separate main and MVC parts. And I have latest H.264/MVC specs as well. It's enough to complete mux/demux functions from/to m2ts/siff files.
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Just out of curiosity,

do you intend to release the source-code of TSMuxer?

I am not a programmer, and to me it's OK if your answer is "no",
but there are several programmers who might be able and willing to fix the pending bugs and deficiencies of TSMuxer, if the source-code was publicly-available.
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Not now. May be in a future. But I am going to do some bug fixes after 3d feature.
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Hi and welcome to the forum.

I look forward to seeing what new features you have for us all. As it's hard to imagine life without tsMuxeR


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I've finished with MVC mux/demux.

New alpha version is attached. I did not update GUI yet, so siff extension is not registerd in GUI. But you can open siff files via drag&drop or type "*" in file mask.

P.S. new version has all functional as previous version + siff files support. Binary file is less because of I've done a little bit more speed and binary size optimization. It may cause some new bugs. Sorry for that, I've done optimization just for fun.
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This is great news. Thank you for your all efforts

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First bug fixed in a new version. I am going to place new versions on the google drive.

tsMuxeR 1.11.2
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Great news!
Thanks a lot physic for your work and plans with tsMuxeR.

I made few quick tests. It demuxes 3D footage, remuxes and authors "combined *.m2ts" in a blu-ray structure perfectly.

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... with big ssif files it tends to exit with errorcode 3 ...

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I've just reproduce it on my ssif file. I'll fix it soon.

Fixed. New version still alpha:

tsMuxeR 1.11.3(a)

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I've just reproduce it on my ssif file. I'll fix it soon.

Fixed. New version still alpha:

tsMuxeR 1.11.3(a)
Works perfect now. Thank you.
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Any plans to implement DTS Express secondary audio support?
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I am going to do new round of bug fixes and new features as well.

I've done language detection for audio/subtitles for SSIF files.

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thanks @physic. also tsmuxer will convert srt subtitles into 3d subtitle when we adding subtitle into 3d bluray ?

thank you again . after years you came out and you've done this
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subtitles should works in 3D mode. But I didn't test it yet. But I tested my new SmartTV with build-in player and TMT5 player. Both correctly play 3D m2ts files.

I've finished with play lists (MPLS). SIFF files now supported for 3D playlists.

tsMuxeR 1.11.5(b)
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subtitles should works in 3D mode. But I didn't test it yet. But I tested my new SmartTV with build-in player and TMT5 player. Both correctly play 3D m2ts files.

I've finished with play lists (MPLS). SIFF files now supported for 3D playlists.

tsMuxeR 1.11.5(b)
Thank you again . I hope Subtitles will work in 3D-Mode. Otherwise cant watch it correctly. In Subtitles there must be 3D Depth on subtitles.

When someone try, please let us know guys :P.

I will do some tests also in my 3D TV.
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