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Old 6th May 2013, 20:34   #1  |  Link
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Can anyone recommend an AVCHD muxing application?

As we all know, there are various Blu-ray disc compliant file muxing applications and a few that purport to be able to create AVCHD compliant files!

However, I'm yet to find an application that can actually generate AVCHD compliant muxes in accordance with the following AVCHD file structure: -



Does anybody now of such an muxing application?


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EDIT: The following applications have been tested in AVCHD muxing mode: multiAVCHD | TSmuxerGUI | AVCHD Editor | BDtoAVCHD |
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Hi SMD,

You should try this one...
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Hi SMD,

You should try this one...
Thanks for the link...

Sadly, VSO's AVCHD Editor does not allow you to drag and drop .MTS (or .M2TS) files directly into its GUI. It requires an accompanying .CLP (or .clpi) file. And when it's finished generating the mux, the mandatory PRIVATE folder is missing

Sufficed to say, the finished muxes will not play on Panasonic AVCHD compatible equipment

Plus it adds an annoying 'VSO Promo' video file with every creation...

Finding a viable AVCHD muxing application is proving quite difficult...
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Hi!

I believe multiAVCHD should meet your needs - including special settings (if needed) specifically for Panasonic standalone players...
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I believe multiAVCHD should meet your needs - including special settings (if needed) specifically for Panasonic standalone players...
I worked with deank in the early days of his application. Unfortunately, multiAVCHD ended up becoming way too big and complicated to use (offering menu creation, re-encoding, etc) than being able to offer 'basic' AVCHD muxing, using captures from an AVCHD camcorder...

And it was still a bit 'hit and miss' at generating fully compliant AVCHD muxes
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I haven't used it yet, but have you tried BDtoAVCHD?
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I haven't used it yet, but have you tried BDtoAVCHD?
Yes.. It does not generate fully compliant AVCHD muxes either...
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Doesn't tsmuxer work, iirc. it only added one or two unneeded folders which could easily be deleted,...
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Doesn't tsmuxer work, iirc. it only added one or two unneeded folders which could easily be deleted,...
Nope... It can't generate fully compliant AVCHD muxes.
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TMPGenc Video Mastering Works? It's commercial, but.. Well they have a trial (no idea how limited)

http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/tvmw5.html

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TMPGenc Video Mastering Works? It's commercial, but.. Well they have a trial (no idea how limited)

http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/tvmw5.html
Thanks... But it offers too many functions and is way too expensive!

EDIT: By-the-way... Has anybody here used an (pay-ware) application called Elecard AVC HD Editor?
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You might want to try BD-Rebuilder - using its "Setup" setting for "Strict AVCHD"...
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You might want to try BD-Rebuilder - using its "Setup" setting for "Strict AVCHD"...
Thanks... Has anybody here tried it. Does it create an AVCHD file structure?
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