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Old 24th December 2010, 17:47   #1  |  Link
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Extracting from several m2ts.

Hello.

When a movie on Blu-Ray is splitted on several files, is there a way, with eac3to or something else, to extract from the differents m2ts wich compose the movie, a one whole file of a track (audio, video or else).
Exemple : My movie is splitted on 00001.m2ts and 00002.m2ts, there is a dts audio track, and i want to extract the whole audio in one file (no re-encoding, of course).
Is it something possible.
If yes, how ?

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Hi!

In order to PROPERLY do this, use tsMuxeR to examine the .MPLS files (in the "Playlist" folder) and locate the one that shows a total time equal to the running time of the movie.

When you have the correct .MPLS file loaded into tsMuxeR, UNcheck ALL streams EXCEPT the desired audiostream - and select "Demux"...
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If 00001.mpls (PLAYLIST) is the desired:

eac3to 00001.mpls 1)

If the track 3 is the desired:

eac3to 00001.mpls 1) 3: extracted.dts

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Eac3to
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eac3to will not fix splice delays between multiple files when extracting to wavs. For that you will need to encode to flac with arcsoft hd decoder then you can decode the flac to wavs.

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Per "dansfre:
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eac3to will not fix splice delays between multiple files when extracting to wavs. For that you will need to encode to flac with arcsoft hd decoder then you can decode the flac to wavs.
Again, I believe tsMuxeR will properly do what you require...
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eac3to will not fix splice delays between multiple files when extracting to wavs. For that you will need to encode to flac with arcsoft hd decoder then you can decode the flac to wavs.
The question here is if eac3to can demux the whole track (without use ArcSoft decoder) fixing the overlaps between files.

Work for you with DTS standard and DTS-HD?
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