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Old 19th December 2013, 00:28   #1101  |  Link
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OK. got it. I just pass with broken combined H.264 source and start with this error

P.S. I have not muxing error for wave file from your sample, but sound contain noise instead of music

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OK. got it. I just pass with broken combined H.264 source and start with this error

P.S. I have not muxing error for wave file from your sample, but sound contain noise instead of music
Are you playing it with VLC ? If so, you'll get static for 24bit LPCM, if you downmix it to 16bit, it should playback fine.
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Please check issues in a new version if you have it:

tsMuxeR_2.6.6(a)

- changes in a SEI to solve PS3 problem
- inserting SEI did not work for some H.264 stream at all
- add more correction for VUI parameters if option insert SEI is active (it helps to open some H.264 streams in the Scenarist)
- fixed 7.1 wav files (except channel remaping)
- fixed combined H.264 streams reader from Elementary Stream

I mark this version as alpha because of I am going to continue with testing during this week and don't want to share this version in other sites for a while.

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Hello, everybody. I'm new to this forum, first post actually.

Been experimenting with 3D BD25 and was great to find that tsmuxer was updated to support 3D.

I followed this procedure to replace an audio of a 3D BD25 that was previously remuxed to be a 2D/3D BR.

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someone release a guide like this :

【If your goal is replace audio / subtitle track in the BD, leaving everything else untouched then do this:
1. Drag main mpls file from original BD to tMuxeR (you can find it using bdinfo)
2. Drag new audio track to tMuxeR
3. Deselect the audio track you want to replace then UP new audio track to the same place
4. Set new audio track language
5. Create new BD
6. Create ISO from new BD folder and mount it (in order to get SSIF file)
7. Copy SSIF file from the mounted ISO to the SSIF folder of the original BD, then rename it and replace original file
8. Copy 2 m2ts files from mounted ISO to the Original BD stream folder in order to replace the existing files
9. Copy 2 clp files from mounted ISO to original clip folder replacing existing files (rename the files of course)
10. Hex edit mpls file from new BD folder in two places where you see "00000.m2ts" and "00001.m2ts" so it would match the original pointed m2ts files.
11. copy the edited mpls file to original BD.
11. create ISO from original disk, mount / burn then play. Good luck
It's not really a guide you gotta know whats your doing to follow this lines but it works. 】
The thing is that the resultant iso (the one with the audio I want) runs perfectly in 3D until "next chapter" or "fast forward" buttons are pressed in remote control, when the playback becomes pixelated and jerky. There are no problems at all when reproduced in 2D, and the original iso (audio I dont want) has no problems at all either.

I guess is a thing with dependent view because, when examining, pixelation is visible only through right lens of my glasses.

I thought it could be proccessing power, but I've done this with an i3 and then with an i5 / 4GB RAM machine plenty of space in HDD.

I tried with SSIF folder generated by tsmuxer (output blu ray iso) and with the one generated (?) by dvdfab virtual drive (.miniso) with no luck.

Thought it could be my player but haven't been able to test with another one or with a PS3.

Any other idea? Maybe I'm abusing tsmuxer? Some other files to update from new iso to original one?

Thanks in advance & happy holydays to everyone

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Is this the reason Windows sometimes says "the file you are attempting to run comes from an untrusted source r u sure you want to run it" or some such for downloaded exes?
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Old 19th December 2013, 08:50   #1109  |  Link
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Please check issues in a new version if you have it:

tsMuxeR_2.6.6(a)
.......
- fixed combined H.264 streams reader from Elementary Stream
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Glitches and missing frame with combinedMVC is solved.
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Old 19th December 2013, 09:10   #1110  |  Link
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Necrologyst:

Over at the Networkmediatank forums I posted a little tutorial for A-400 users. And with my remuxing out some of the 3D shorts out from Cats and Dogs 2 3D and Happy Feet Two 3D for a friend to play on his 3D projector, it seems to be working correctly in 3D.
UPDATED METHOD:

So, for us Mac OS X users, the free tools to use in remuxing your Pixar 3D Bluray Movies for: Finding Nemo 3D, Toy Story Trilogy 3D, Wreck it Ralph 3D, Monsters Inc 3D, Monsters University 3D, Brave 3D, Cars 2 3D, UP 3D.

1.Optional, but not needed. BDinfo 0.5.8
It will run under wine/Crossover if you install .net framework 2.0 in crossover.
This tool will show the .mpls info that will help you choose the right .mpls before remuxing. You still should get XBMC and play that mpls to be sure its the english version of the movie.

2. makemkv
Free as long as you use the beta. This will remux the Pixar 3D blurays that have loads of m2ts files that makeup the main movie. Makemkv will remux the main movie into one 3D MVC mkv container. Just make sure you check mark the mvc stream in makemkv file tree and any other tracks you want.

Note: tsMuxer has an issue with reading the Dolby TrueHD audio track in a mkv container, so you will still need tsMuxer to demux them out as a seperate track.ac3 file to be later remuxed back in on the final remux with tsMuxer.

3. When its time for your final remux of that Pixar 3D MVC.mkv that you made back into a Bluray 3D ISO, using tsMuxer, make sure to choose Blu-ray ISO for Output. Just make sure the order from top going down for your audio tracks in tsMuxer will make the default track plays first:
MVC Track
H.264 Track
AC3 eng Track
TRUHD eng Track
PGS eng Subtitle track

Obvisously, in order to bring back in the Dolby TrueHD track, you will have to add that serperate demuxed xx.ac3 track back into tsMuxer before you submit the start of the remuxing process. But, thats the beauty of the free tool called tsMuxer. You now have the ability to change the audio tracks and subtitle tracks you want in making a single main movie only 3D Bluray ISO that is now compatible to play on a Popcorn Hour A-400. This above method is what works for me.

Last note: You can skip MakeMKV and try your first remux with only tsMuxer and see if your remuxed Pixar movie doesnt get any freeze issues on your Popcorn Hour A-400.


RE: Remuxing 3D Blu-ray ISOs with tsMuxeR
With tsMuxer 2.5.7b and remuxing HTTYD 3D.iso is a sucsess! It plays fine on the Popcorn Hour A-400 remuxed with a Dolby Digital english track(default) and with Dolby TrueHD 7.1 track playing from my internal HDD!

So far, I have remuxed:
Puss in Boots 3D, Monsters vs Aliens 3D, Shrek 3D, Shrek 2 3D, Shrek Forever After 3D, Toy Story 3D Trilogy, Brave 3D, Cars 2 3D, Finding Nemo 3D, Monsters Inc. 3D, Monsters University 3D, UP 3D, How To Train Your Dragon 3D,

Thanks Physic!


Remeber, latest tsMuxer 2.5.7b doesnt have any settings turned on and save upon first startup of this tool.

I've been check marking on:
General Tab:
Use I/O Sync ON
Blu-ray audio PES ON

Blu-ray Tab:
Add blank Playlist for cropped video ON

Output: Blu-ray ISO


what exactly does parameter --start-time=... mean?

This parameter define time for first video frame inside m2ts file (program clock reference, aka PCR). It can be any value, but if you want to replace m2ts file inside existing BD structure, this parameter must be same as in original structure. tsMuxeR detect value for this parameter automatically if you open mpls file. Also, you can see this value in BdEdit in "playlist" section.

INPUT tab:
Continually insert SPS/PPS AR is needed for Bluray player compatibility.

It should always be selected as it doesn't do any harm and improves playback device compatibility.

insertSEI - Parameter is used only for H.264 video. When activated, it does the following: if the original video does not contain SEI picture timing and SEI buffering period, then the info is added to the stream. This option is recommended for better compatibility with the Sony Playstation 3.

contSPS - Parameter is used only for H.264 video. When enabled, and the original video doesn't contain cyclic repetitive elements SPS/PPS (when imported from MKV it can be recorded only one time at the beginning of the file), the SPS/PPS will be added to the stream before each key frame. We recommend that you always enable this option.

GENERAL tab:
Blu-Ray audio PES: is needed for Bluray player compatability. Audio PES packets follow the blu-ray standard.

BLURAY tab:
Add blank Playlist for cropped video: which allows to add short black video (near 0.5 second) before main video. It solves the problem of "green bar" for cropped video on some players such as PS3.

3D Setting: use base video for right:
If you open an mpls and it indicates "base view is right eye", appropriate check box will be selected in GUI on "Blu-ray" tab. This will let you change base view to left eye or right eye. Some 20th Century fox 3D movies have thier 3D eyes reverse on 3D playback on TVs that may not have this option to change left eye with right eye or right eye with left eye.

I believe the Popcorn Hour A-400 has an option to do this.
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Old 19th December 2013, 11:06   #1111  |  Link
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Glitches and missing frame with combinedMVC is solved.
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Is anybody has PS3 to check ExSport's sample in the latest update?
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When I remux the disc with tsmuxer (Avatar 3D Disc), some people said that it glitches after 15m. So please fix that problem. I think you should download that disc and test it. Till to the latest version, it still has glitch pixel at some fast motion screen.
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Till to the latest version, it still has glitch pixel at some fast motion screen.
More info is needed:
- bdinfo of your remux,
- what player was used?
- glitches appeared when played ISO or BD-R?
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Old 19th December 2013, 14:57   #1115  |  Link
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Is anybody has PS3 to check ExSport's sample in the latest update?
If no one, during the weekend I will test it for sure
for new version!
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More info is needed:
- bdinfo of your remux,
- what player was used?
- glitches appeared when played ISO or BD-R?
1. Here is my BDInfo:

Code:
Disc Title:     AVATAR_3D_MRCREMUX
Disc Size:      49,803,309,936 bytes
Protection:     AACS
BD-Java:        No
Extras:         Blu-ray 3D
BDInfo:         0.5.8

PLAYLIST REPORT:

Name:                   00002.MPLS
Length:                 2:41:41.650 (h:m:s.ms)
Size:                   49,138,624,512 bytes
Total Bitrate:          40.52 Mbps

VIDEO:

Codec                   Bitrate             Description     
-----                   -------             -----------     
MPEG-4 AVC Video        21149 kbps          1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
MPEG-4 MVC Video        10591 kbps                          

AUDIO:

Codec                           Language        Bitrate         Description     
-----                           --------        -------         -----------     
DTS-HD Master Audio             English         4146 kbps       5.1 / 48 kHz / 4146 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
DTS-HD Master Audio             Vietnamese      2222 kbps       5.1 / 48 kHz / 2222 kbps / 16-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 16-bit)

SUBTITLES:

Codec                           Language        Bitrate         Description     
-----                           --------        -------         -----------     
Presentation Graphics           English         23.781 kbps                     
Presentation Graphics           Vietnamese      39.221 kbps
2. I use the Imax player to watch it and I can see that problem (a glitch per 15 minutes).
3. And with the pixel glitch, I have try with many version of tsmuxer and all of them still get that error.

I have asked a person (he was an genius in using Scenarist) in my country and he said that tsmuxer still have problem and do not use it for remux 3D Blu-ray. He has compare this program with Scenarist (about the price and the quality come up with both software) and I can see that tsmuxer works pretty good (I don't believe him). But nowaday, some people test my remux discs and they said the films, which was remuxed by tsmuxer sometime get glitch. I have tested 3 of those movies and recognized they were right such as: Avatar (pixel glitch), Painted Skin, The Smurf 2 (glitch when call popup menu).

So anyone need to try those discs to see if you get the same problem like me or not.

@physic: good work.
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1. Here is my BDInfo:
I would say that you exceeded allowed value of bitrate. Two dts-hd tracks for an Avatar 3D it is too much. Your remux have spikes with bitrate > 64MBits. I am sure in 100% in this.
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1. Here is my BDInfo:

Code:
Disc Title:     AVATAR_3D_MRCREMUX
Disc Size:      49,803,309,936 bytes
Protection:     AACS
BD-Java:        No
Extras:         Blu-ray 3D
BDInfo:         0.5.8

PLAYLIST REPORT:

Name:                   00002.MPLS
Length:                 2:41:41.650 (h:m:s.ms)
Size:                   49,138,624,512 bytes
Total Bitrate:          40.52 Mbps

VIDEO:

Codec                   Bitrate             Description     
-----                   -------             -----------     
MPEG-4 AVC Video        21149 kbps          1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
MPEG-4 MVC Video        10591 kbps                          

AUDIO:

Codec                           Language        Bitrate         Description     
-----                           --------        -------         -----------     
DTS-HD Master Audio             English         4146 kbps       5.1 / 48 kHz / 4146 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
DTS-HD Master Audio             Vietnamese      2222 kbps       5.1 / 48 kHz / 2222 kbps / 16-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 16-bit)

SUBTITLES:

Codec                           Language        Bitrate         Description     
-----                           --------        -------         -----------     
Presentation Graphics           English         23.781 kbps                     
Presentation Graphics           Vietnamese      39.221 kbps
2. I use the Imax player to watch it and I can see that problem (a glitch per 15 minutes).
3. And with the pixel glitch, I have try with many version of tsmuxer and all of them still get that error.

I have asked a person (he was an genius in using Scenarist) in my country and he said that tsmuxer still have problem and do not use it for remux 3D Blu-ray. He has compare this program with Scenarist (about the price and the quality come up with both software) and I can see that tsmuxer works pretty good (I don't believe him). But nowaday, some people test my remux discs and they said the films, which was remuxed by tsmuxer sometime get glitch. I have tested 3 of those movies and recognized they were right such as: Avatar (pixel glitch), Painted Skin, The Smurf 2 (glitch when call popup menu).

So anyone need to try those discs to see if you get the same problem like me or not.

@physic: good work.
I have Avatar and I will try it out and see what is happening.
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I am doing right know, but two test are better than one.

[update1]
I tired it and ps3 refuse to play video part of stream. I gave it try with AVCHD and BD output and both method cause same issues.
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