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Old 15th May 2024, 20:33   #181  |  Link
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==>I suppose I can't do anything with that and I have just to send it to trash
Unfortunately, you are probably right. Bad ISO are common on the Internet, and it is usually impossible to convert them correctly. Sorry.
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Old 16th May 2024, 10:31   #182  |  Link
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Good news : MakeMKV has published a new license key after several weeks after the previous expired
Bad news : it is only valid until end of June 2024 (usually I think it was 1 year...)
So it's time to rip all my collection to convert it with BD3D2MK32!
The license has never been a year. It's mostly been a month although recently it has been up to two months.
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Le titre #00081.m2ts a une longueur de 1 secondes, inférieure à la longueur de titre minimale de 120 secondes et a donc été ignoré
Opération parfaitement achevée
Enregistrement de 1 titres dans le répertoire E:/Vidéo/Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- Part 2
Erreur 'Erreur SCSI - ILLEGAL REQUEST:ILLEGAL MODE FOR THIS TRACK' survenue à la lecture de '/BDMV/STREAM/00096.m2ts' à l'offset '12866156544'
Erreur 'Erreur SE - La demande spécifiée n’est pas une opération valide pour le périphérique cible' survenue à la lecture de '\Device\CdRom0' à l'offset '12866156544'
Erreur 'Erreur SCSI - NOT READY:CANNOT READ MEDIUM - INCOMPATIBLE FORMAT' survenue à la lecture de '/BDMV/STREAM/00096.m2ts' à l'offset '12909674496'

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Échec à l'écriture du titre 1 dans le fichier E:/Vidéo/Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- Part 2/Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- Part 2_t01.mkv
Encountered 63 errors of type 'Read Error' - see http://www.makemkv.com/errors/read/
0 titres écrits, 1 en échec



I suppose there is nothing I can do with Harry Potter dics I bought with MakeMKV : usually it works but not for this movie...

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Indeed, it seems that your BD is seriously damaged. Try cleaning it, or post the log on a forum dedicared to MakeMKV. They may be able to help.
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Old 26th May 2024, 19:45   #185  |  Link
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Previous movie HS even after cleaning the disc...studio must not complain if users don't buy their products if they are useless a few years later...

Nevermind, another disc working fine on my player in my living room, this time provokink errors in B23D2MK3D when I want to make my MKV version of it
tsMuxeR has crashed (...) If you with, BD3D2MK3D can now try to demux the streams with eac3to instead of tsMuxeR (...) it's the last chance to scucceed

And finally
*** eac3to ERROR: This audio conversion is not supported
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Not sure it's an acceptable solution for you, but try to deselect the audio stream that isn't accepted by eac3to. Maybe it's the same stream that tsMuxer don't like.
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Old 27th May 2024, 06:19   #187  |  Link
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Not sure it's an acceptable solution for you, but try to deselect the audio stream that isn't accepted by eac3to. Maybe it's the same stream that tsMuxer don't like.
I tried again with french audio instead of english audio and it worked.
Strange what happened with this audio track that has a similar codec than many other Blu-Ray (maybe to high flow rate? For information it was IMAX Hubble)
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Old 27th May 2024, 08:48   #188  |  Link
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Good news. If you need the English audio, you can perhaps demux it with another tool, and mux it with the final MKV with MkvToolnix. But honestly, I don't know what tool should be used for the demux.
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I would suggest to try DGDemux.
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I'm sorry bothering You @r0lZ and the community with this off-topic. I need 3D expertise in decoding 3D MVC question.
The CoreELEC team succeeded to implement decoding 3D MVC on hardware level on Amlogic platform.
I've observed purple HALO on the right side picture when decoding so-called 3D full MVC movies. 3D MVC DTS Paint Symphony
Left eye:
Right eye:
When the device decoding normal 3D Blu-ray ISO files, I see no such purple ghosting, everything goes all right.
The TV is an LG 65UH950V.

Do You have any idea what and where goes wrong?
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Sorry, no idea. Probably a bug in the decoder. Try to contact the dev team.
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Old 30th June 2024, 15:29   #192  |  Link
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Hi @r0lZ,

I just discovered your tool and I am very interested in its features. I have a collection of 3D blurays to play with my projector. The only issue with 3D projectors is that they don't offer motion interpolation (MEMC) in 3D mode.
Some people don't care about it, some people hate MEMC, but I love it : having smooth motions is a great benefit especially in 3D. Anyway I found a solution for this : a software called SVP for Smooth Video Project (see my post about it https://www.svp-team.com/forum/viewt...d=84997#p84997 and the project page https://www.svp-team.com that explains all). It can generate motion interpolation during playback or transcode videos to make a 60FPS smooth video from a 24P one, but not for 3D content.
This is where your wonderful software comes : convert a H264 MVC 3D bluray to a full resolution side by side or top/bottom video file. This is a format that SVP can handle for transcoding.

So what I am doing is :
1/ Use your software to generate the MKV3D subfolder with all the demuxed files and scripts.
2/ I modify manually the AVS script to call the SVP library and interpolate frames : this is the part where a 24fps video can become a 60FPS or 120FPS depending on the applied settings
3/ I launch your generated command line script that will encode the new video

I would like to incorporate this part of the script described in my post automatically. Is there a template for this, or maybe this is a feature request : I need to add some actions between the decoding and the Return call.
This can be interpreted as a post-processing template.


I can help on tests & development if you want
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I see. Honestly, I'm not sure I will do that myself, as currently, I don't work much on BD3D2MK3D anymore. Furthermore, I don't like the idea to add code for a non-free tool.

But perhaps you can simplify your work by defining your interpolate() function in a .avsi plugin (loaded automatically when avisynth starts if you place it in the right directory). Then, you will just have to replace the Return(last) line in the original .avs script with your call to your function.

Anyway, please test if you can manage to put interpolate() in an independent plugin script, and if you can easily call it with a SINGLE call. That means that the combined SBS clip will have to be converted with SVP, rather than the two views independently. If it's possible, I will see if it is possible to determine if a function with a specific name (for example BD3Dpost_process(clip)) exists, and call it automatically from __ENCODE_3D_MOVIE.avs if it's the case.

I must verify that, but that could be as simple as this:
try {
BD3Dpost_process(last)
} catch (err_msg) {
# (ignore)
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return(last)

Note also that normally, you should edit also the files __ENCODE_3D.cmd and __MUX_3D_OPTIONS.json to modify the framerate values (respectively the --fps and --default-duration arguments).
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Hi again,

I understand your position about not including code for specific commercial tools, this is the reason why I considered this request as a template to call a postprocess function with the input clip as parameter, as you mentioned it.

Otherwise you were right about the additional needed modifications : I got a 24fps video, so I had to modify also the --fps and --default-duration arguments.
There is a 30/60fps checkbox in the UI but that does not seem to apply the 60fps setting, at least when I untick the "half" checkbox to get full resolution.
Anyway with these additional modifications it works.

I was able to make the script load automatically when placing it in the plugins folder (defined by registry key of AVISynth)

So to summarize, it all works with a few manual steps, and it would be great to have those 2 features :
- Calling a post processing AVS method in the workflow (with the clip of with left and right pictures in 2 arguments ?)
- Being able to set output framerate (in my case to match the 60fps projector capabilities)

Thank you and I have dev skills (in C/C++/C#/Java) so maybe I can help !

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Well, perhaps I'll do it, but certainly not soon.
The framerate problem is very annoying, as if it is necessary to change it for YOUR needs, another post processing script may require another modification (such as the aspect ratio after a crop operation). I cannot add options for all possible needs!
Also, why do you need to process the two views independently? SVP is not able to interpolate the combined output stream directly?
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Well, perhaps I'll do it, but certainly not soon.
The framerate problem is very annoying, as if it is necessary to change it for YOUR needs, another post processing script may require another modification (such as the aspect ratio after a crop operation). I cannot add options for all possible needs!
Also, why do you need to process the two views independently? SVP is not able to interpolate the combined output stream directly?
I thought that framerate control would be more common usage than just mine : most DLP projectors run at 60FPS so I guess it would be a benefit.

I am not sure about the need to process the 2 frames independantly, actually it works with one global frame. I just thought that interpolation would be more efficient if calculated separately but again this seems to work fine with the full clip

One future use, or maybe not depending on its success : with the new Apple vision headset, the HEVC MVC codec has been standardized, and the movies (accessible through location or buy) are in 60FPS + 4K resolution like in some theaters

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Hi again (sorry for spam),

is it possible to user hardware encoders (nvenc of intel quicksync) in the chain (with avisynth) ?

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I thought that framerate control would be more common usage than just mine : most DLP projectors run at 60FPS so I guess it would be a benefit.
60 fps can be useful in some specific cases, but it is not sufficient to just change the frame rate in the video and MKV settings. You have to convert the original video somehow (for example wits SVP), or the movie will play at a crazy speed, and the audio will be completely out of sync. It's why adding an option to force 60fps (or any other frame rate) might be confusing for most users, and useful only in some extremely rare cases, like yours.

Furthermore, I wrote BD3D2MK3D with the de-facto 3D standard in mind, and at least when I wrote it, it implied 23.976 fps, half-sbs, 16:9 aspect ratio (with the black borders if necessary), the h264 codec, and so on. I agree that there are now some new possibilities, but they require specific hardware or software, and are therefore not universal at all. I may be tempted to implement some of them, but they should stay easy to understand and use by a casual user.
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Hi again (sorry for spam),

is it possible to user hardware encoders (nvenc of intel quicksync) in the chain (with avisynth) ?

Thank you
Yes.
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Thank you for your replies

One last thing : I have applied the modified settings on fps and duration (in json mux options, and in encoding command) but I have audio out of sync.
Do you know what have I missed ?

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