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Old 26th December 2023, 13:57   #8061  |  Link
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GitHub is an overkill for a single file of plain text (what multiAVCHD is) My main concern is that the "code" is a mess and I'll be so ashamed forever.
But you can also send me some details on email how to fix the main issues and add that 4k thingy before I release anything.
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Old 26th December 2023, 15:47   #8062  |  Link
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Hey guys,

Well, I'm still around - I got some requests to "open source" multiAVCHD... I had no idea that anyone still uses it.

Happy holidays!
Hello mr Dean!

I am a big fan of your software! I still use multiAVCHD and also easySUP.
I just recently used easySUP to make lovely subtitles for a 1971-1972 classic Criterion Collection movie that lacked subtitles.
I used a favorite font for movies, Tiresias PCfont Regular, looks great on old classic movies!

Have du seen the gorgeous menus "Lowpro" creates with your multiAVCHD and some other apps?
"Quick-Play Menus, the hidden gem of BD Rebuilder."
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=182746
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Years ago "a5180007" who works on tsMuxer helped me with an easySUP bug.
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...56#post1898556
Alternatively, open the sup produced by easysup with an hexeditor:
- bytes 14-15 are width (0x0780 = 1920)
- bytes 16-17 are height (0x0438 = 1080)
- first nibble of byte 18 is fps: = (0, 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94) => change from "10" to "20"
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Thanks, best regards and Happy Holidays,
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Old 27th December 2023, 17:49   #8063  |  Link
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Welcome back, deank !
Happy to hear that there is hope for development and going open source.
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Old 29th December 2023, 09:11   #8064  |  Link
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@deank!
Welcome back.

I wish you could add a function to Re-author BD, namely to add the "blank all" button, because sometimes you come across a large number (150-300 mpls files) and you have to blank each one separately. If you add the "blank all" function, we would have less work, because I could re-blank only mpls files that I want to keep.
Thank you for yours hard work and I wish all users Happy New Year 2024!
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Old 20th April 2024, 23:41   #8065  |  Link
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Hi, I'm wondering if I'm making a mistake or if the program is. Trying to create an HD-DVD.

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[15:33:39] Initialising...
[15:33:40] Checking for new version...
[15:33:40] You have the latest build.
[15:33:40] Consistency check finished!
[15:33:40] Initialization finished. multiAVCHD is ready!

[15:33:40] 15 years and 119 days since multiAVCHD was published.
[15:33:40] Support multiAVCHD to extend its features and keep it going!


[15:33:40] multiAVCHD.dat version: [04010767]

[15:34:22] File is encoded with HD-DVD compatible H.264 settings:
[15:34:22] hp1.264
[15:34:24] Loading external audio: (und) - hp1.ac3

[15:35:20] Checking for available space and drive types (FAT32/NTFS)...
[15:35:21] Destination [c:]: NTFS, 80508.26 MiB (78.621 GiB) free space
[15:35:21] Temp folder [c:]: NTFS, 80508.26 MiB (78.621 GiB) free space

[15:35:21] Log started for multiAVCHD v4.1 (build 770)
[15:35:21] Selected output mode: HD-DVD player (DVD R/RW disc)

[15:35:21] Processing one title...
[15:35:21] Existing c:\multiAVCHD\AVCHD\ cannot be used as destination folder!
[15:35:21] Output will be written to: c:\multiAVCHD\AVCHD-20240420-153521
[15:35:21] Processing (D:\hp1.264)...
[15:35:22] Detected frame reference count: 4 (max:4).
[15:35:22] Detected video: ID#0:V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC 1440x1080, fps=23.976, ref=4
[15:35:22] Display properties: 1920x1080 (AR:1.78)
[15:35:22] Adding AC3 audio track (ID#1)
[15:35:22] Total of 2 tracks found in this file.
[15:35:22] Creating clip and playlist info (tsMuxeR)...
[15:35:22] Media split set at 4000MiB point...

tsMuxeR (Version 1.10.6) output:
===============================================================================
Decoding H264 stream (track 1): Profile: High@4.0 Resolution: 1440:1080p Frame rate: 23.976
H.264 stream does not contain fps field. Muxing fps=23.976
Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 448Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 6
H264 bitstream changed: insert SPS/PPS units
B-pyramid level 1 detected. Shift DTS to 2 frames
Processed 228506 video frames
Creation of Blu-ray playlist
Creation of Blu-ray stream info and seek index
Mux successful complete.
Muxing time: 19 sec
===============================================================================

===============================================================================
tsMuxeR meta:
===============================================================================
MUXOPT --no-pcr-on-video-pid --new-audio-pes --blu-ray --vbr --custom-chapters=99:99:99 --split-size=4000MiB --vbv-len=500
V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, "D:\hp1.264", insertSEI, contSPS, track=0, fps=23.976
A_AC3, "c:\multiAVCHD\_TEMP\multiTEMP-20240420\extAUD-1-hp1.ac3", track=1, lang=und, timeshift=0ms
===============================================================================
[15:35:42] Media transfer: 00000 -> 00000.m2ts
[15:35:42] Media transfer: 00001 -> 00001.m2ts
[15:35:42] Processing playlist...
[15:35:42] Title #1 added: "hp1"
[15:35:42] Verifying title...
[15:35:47] Title has: 1 audio tracks and 0 subtitle tracks

[15:35:47] Preparing authoring information...


[15:35:47] Preparing menu pages...
[15:35:47] Setting main menu for 1 titles...
[15:35:47] Playback will end after title #1.
[15:35:47] Playback will start with title #1 (hp1).
[15:35:47] Setting menu properties...
[15:35:47] Selected TV system: [NTSC]
[15:35:47] Processing clip (CPI/CLPI) files...
[15:35:47] Completed.
[15:35:53] Done!

[15:35:53] Saving multiAVCHD quick-load project (mpf):
[15:35:53] c:\multiAVCHD\AVCHD-20240420-153521\multiAVCHD.mpf (OK!)

Compilation summary:
Format: HD-DVD player (DVD R/RW disc)
Name : multiAVCHD
===============================================================================
1. hp1 [02:38:50]
===============================================================================
Overall duration : 02:38:50
Output size : 7700 MiB (7.519 GiB)

[15:35:53] c:\multiAVCHD\AVCHD-20240420-153521 folder created (AVCHD/Blu-ray output)!
[15:35:53] Burn its CONTENTS to DVD R/RW UDF 2.50/2.60 disc!
[15:35:54] You may now remove temp folder (c:\multiAVCHD\_TEMP\multiTEMP-20240420\).
[15:35:54] Your compilation contains 2hrs 38min 50sec of video material.

[15:35:54] multiAVCHD finished in 33.375 seconds (00:00:33.375)!

[15:35:54] End of log.
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Old 21st April 2024, 10:47   #8066  |  Link
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Hi, I'm wondering if I'm making a mistake or if the program is. Trying to create an HD-DVD.
And what is the problem? The log seems fine without errors.

Of course you must have a writer/support/player compatible with:

"HD-DVD - AVC/H.264 for 3xDVD compatible HD-DVD players"
until 15 GB (single layer)

Maybe you want other formats for standard DVD's:

AVCHD - AVC/H.264 - DVD/BD-R (optical discs)
SD-DVD - MPEG-2 for standard DVD players
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Old 21st April 2024, 12:20   #8067  |  Link
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[15:35:53] c:\multiAVCHD\AVCHD-20240420-153521 folder created (AVCHD/Blu-ray output)!
I would have expected HD-DVD folder structure.
IIRC tsmuxeR cannot create .EVOs, hddvdmux.exe does.
Maybe I have to try this feature once again after ~15 years
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Old 28th April 2024, 18:37   #8068  |  Link
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IIRC tsmuxeR cannot create .EVOs, hddvdmux.exe does.
Yes, hddvdmux is the ONLY free EVO muxer. Unfortunately the regular version does not work at all. The modified version from multiAVCHD does work under certain circumstances but does not include the source with the modifications.

I only gave it a short try cause I was curious some time ago. The results are still pretty bad. Cut off end, no chapters, no seeking information (try fast forward in your player), ...
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