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Old 10th October 2008, 20:12   #1  |  Link
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Working around the AVCHD/BD mux bug in tsMuxeR/Linux

Hooray! ;-) I just made it! After finding out case-sensitivity (tsmuxer tries to write to a /BDMV/Stream/ directory instead of /BDMV/STREAM/) was the reason it would not work I just tried renaming the /STREAM directory to /Stream inside the BDMV structure tsMuxer made, ran tsMuxer again, and lo and behold: IT WORKS!

Just delete the /STREAM folder that is created and rename /Stream (the one with the .m2ts file(s) in it) to /STREAM

So, now that BD muxing itself works, here's the bad news: So far I was unable to make an AVCHD that worked on the PS3. I did try it with the FAT32 USB-stick i was always working with when using the Windows-version, using a 100% AVCHD-compliant stream and file-naming for FAT32, but the PS3 would only tell me "invalid disk". I doubt it's any different using UDF optical media and the original filenames.. This is most likely a bug that got fixed long ago in the Windows-version but that's still there in the Linux-Version (1.7.3b). Roman to the rescue! ;-)

P.S: Here's an example of what the .meta file should look like for muxing an AVCHD/BD, theoretically this SHOULD work, but it seems the BD muxing is b0rked more than just in case sensitivity:
MUXOPT --no-pcr-on-video-pid --new-audio-pes --blu-ray --vbr --vbv-len=500
V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, "input.mkv", level=4.1, insertSEI, contSPS, track=<videotrack-id>, lang=<language>
A_AC3, "input.mkv", track=<audiotrack-id>, lang=<language>

Last edited by kaid; 10th October 2008 at 20:16.
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