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Old 13th November 2023, 16:01   #31621  |  Link
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RTX2060 issue

I used GTX1050Ti run bdrebuild is perfect done
but today i change new gpu to RTX2060 ,bdrebuild error!!!
bdrebuild doesn't support rtx2060?
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[11-13-23] BD Rebuilder v0.61.29
[21:33:54] Source:  GLAD
  - Input BD size: 69.97 GB
  - Approximate total content: [02:50:56.829]
  - Target BD size: 9.77 GB
  - Windows Version: 6.2 [9200]
  - Quality: Good (Fastest, BD-25+), 1-Pass VBR
  - UHD-BD source detected.
  - Decoding/Frame serving: NVENCC
  - Audio Settings: AC3=0 DTS=0 HD=1 Kbs=640
[21:33:56] PHASE ONE, Encoding
 - [21:33:56] Processing: VID_00000 (1 of 1)
 - [21:33:56] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00000]
  - TSMUXER ERR: 0xFFFFFFFF
   - Extracting video streams [VID_00000]
  - TSMUXER ERR: 0xFFFFFFFF
 - 88.6% complete
 - Error in attempt to extract video.
 - 88.6% complete
 - 88.6% complete
[21:46:59] - Failed to retrieve audio, aborted
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Old 13th November 2023, 16:08   #31622  |  Link
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Any spaces, non-ANSI letters in path ?
P.S. Wrong thought, extracting had started anyway, was wondering about the gap before the word GLAD
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Old 15th November 2023, 02:04   #31623  |  Link
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Any spaces, non-ANSI letters in path ?
no, it doesn't.
i see tsmuxer in bdrebuilder tool folder
tsmuxer4k.exe date 1/5/2021 ,is it out of date?
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Old 15th November 2023, 05:07   #31624  |  Link
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Here is the BDRB log for the above bug\issue;
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 - [14:01:51] Reencoding video [VID_00008]
   - Source Video: HEVC, 3840x2160
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 138,454 frames
   - Bitrate: 35,212 Kbs
 - [14:01:51] Reencoding: VID_00008, Pass 1 of 1
 - [20:15:16] Video Encode complete
If I am reading this correctly, you are using software encoding because you don't have a compatible nVideo graphics card? Might be part of your issue, as well as the movie appearing to be Dolby Video.
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Old 15th November 2023, 11:00   #31625  |  Link
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I used GTX1050Ti run bdrebuild is perfect done
but today i change new gpu to RTX2060 ,bdrebuild error!!!
bdrebuild doesn't support rtx2060?
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[11-13-23] BD Rebuilder v0.61.29
[21:33:54] Source:  GLAD
  - Input BD size: 69.97 GB
  - Approximate total content: [02:50:56.829]
  - Target BD size: 9.77 GB
  - Windows Version: 6.2 [9200]
  - Quality: Good (Fastest, BD-25+), 1-Pass VBR
  - UHD-BD source detected.
  - Decoding/Frame serving: NVENCC
  - Audio Settings: AC3=0 DTS=0 HD=1 Kbs=640
[21:33:56] PHASE ONE, Encoding
 - [21:33:56] Processing: VID_00000 (1 of 1)
 - [21:33:56] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00000]
  - TSMUXER ERR: 0xFFFFFFFF
   - Extracting video streams [VID_00000]
  - TSMUXER ERR: 0xFFFFFFFF
 - 88.6% complete
 - Error in attempt to extract video.
 - 88.6% complete
 - 88.6% complete
[21:46:59] - Failed to retrieve audio, aborted
You seem to be compressing a 70GB video down to 9.77GB which does look unusual. What happens if you increase the output size to say 25GB, does that work? Did you previously process the same video with your GTX1050ti or is this the first time you have done this one? The problem may be unrelated to your video card as the failure seems to be in the extracting phase rather than the subsequent encoding.

There is also a possibility the problem is a bad rip, I've seen similar problems when there were problems reading the original disk.
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Old 16th November 2023, 01:02   #31626  |  Link
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You seem to be compressing a 70GB video down to 9.77GB which does look unusual. What happens if you increase the output size to say 25GB, does that work? Did you previously process the same video with your GTX1050ti or is this the first time you have done this one? The problem may be unrelated to your video card as the failure seems to be in the extracting phase rather than the subsequent encoding.

There is also a possibility the problem is a bad rip, I've seen similar problems when there were problems reading the original disk.
i tried other movies ,almost the same error
gtx1050ti is work perfect done all movies
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Old 16th November 2023, 04:38   #31627  |  Link
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YThe problem may be unrelated to your video card as the failure seems to be in the extracting phase rather than the subsequent encoding.
I agree, since extraction is just separating the M2TS files into video and audio files. No GPU required. What does mediainfo have to report about the M2TS files?
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Old 16th November 2023, 15:19   #31628  |  Link
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I agree, since extraction is just separating the M2TS files into video and audio files. No GPU required. What does mediainfo have to report about the M2TS files?
i think so
now i know the issue
my harddisk has bad sector
so i change new harddisk
the issue is gone
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Old 22nd November 2023, 12:44   #31629  |  Link
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Okay, how about this one...

I have a full DVD set of the 4 seasons of the show Wild Wild West. I would like to back them up to my HDD. Using MakeMKV and just extracting the episodes from one DVD of the set (4 episodes) I get 4 files roughly about 1 Gig each.

Now, I know I can use BDRB to take a movie (or a single episode) and use movie only/alternate output say if I want to keep the same AR but make the files smaller (set the AR for the same as the DVD episode and keep audio intact, setting either the CRF or the resulting desired file size)

BUT... say I want to rip a whole season of 4 or 5 DVDs with a resulting 25 - 30 episodes or so. Is there any way I can set them all up in BDRB so that it will do the same thing to each episode with the resulting episode file size being say around 500 Megs or less if I can get away with it? I know I can use BDRB to make an actual playable Blu-ray with all the episodes by importing them, but in that case, I don't think there is a way to set it to keep the AR the same and NOT resize them all to conform to a playable Blu-ray format.

Is there a way to process multiple episodes to generate MKV files that all keep the same AR but can all be individually reencoded to shrink the size of each file? There is probably a way to batch encode them with CMD line, but I've never quite understood the syntax to do that. I could of course set up a CMD line and run each episode individually, but I would like a way, preferably with BDRB where I can reencode all of them at once.

Thanks!
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Old 23rd November 2023, 01:59   #31630  |  Link
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You should be able to just import them into BDRB, since BD supports the same sized files as DVDs, i.e., 720x480. They'll just be re-encoded to H.264, I've never tried batch encoding individual files within BDRB.

Or you might use the separate program NVENCCRE to re-encode them to H.265 and save to MKV. All files can be cued. Try doing one to see what happens.
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Old 23rd November 2023, 03:02   #31631  |  Link
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You should be able to just import them into BDRB, since BD supports the same sized files as DVDs, i.e., 720x480. They'll just be re-encoded to H.264, I've never tried batch encoding individual files within BDRB.

Or you might use the separate program NVENCCRE to re-encode them to H.265 and save to MKV. All files can be cued. Try doing one to see what happens.
Thanks! Yeah, I can do 1 file as I said as an 'Alternate Output' at the resolution you mentioned, which is the original, BUT... that is only under the 'Movie Only' option, which of course only chooses ONE file. I can't see a way after importing how ever many episodes how I then can encode them ALL that way. My only choice at that point that I can see is for BDRB to create a playable Blu-ray with a playlist, which then means that they will all be upsized to be Blu-ray compliant, and I don't want that either.

BTW, after importing the episodes, BDRB then 'converts the files into a compliant format', each MKV file which was 1 gig now becomes a 3 gig mt2s file, so it's kind of starting off in the wrong direction
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Old 24th November 2023, 03:04   #31632  |  Link
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My only choice at that point that I can see is for BDRB to create a playable Blu-ray with a playlist, which then means that they will all be upsized to be Blu-ray compliant, and I don't want that either.
According to my Blu-ray Essentials book, 720x480 is compliant. No upscaling should be happening?

What about the standalone encoder that I mentioned? If you don't have it installed, get it and do so.
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Old 24th November 2023, 16:31   #31633  |  Link
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hdr10+

BD Rebuilder support hdr10+?
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Old 30th November 2023, 01:59   #31634  |  Link
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A few years ago it was recommended if I wanted to have a movie untouched, but the extras shrunk to allow everything fit the disc I should set force_noencode to 1 & quicker encode extras, but that didn't seem to work since the extras didn't encode either.
Has any changes been made since 2020 that might make this an option?
I'd still really love to see a right-click option to not re-encode on a per stream basis, just like 'Blank this item'.
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A few years ago it was recommended if I wanted to have a movie untouched, but the extras shrunk to allow everything fit the disc I should set force_noencode to 1 & quicker encode extras, but that didn't seem to work since the extras didn't encode either.
I'm confused as everything already fits the disc. You need to explain better what your source and target sizes are.

But, as an example, if you want to take a 50GB source and make it fit a 25GB target, don't expect to shrink the extras by that large of an amount. I've never seen extras take up more space than the main feature. If the extras are that large, I've seen an extra disc in the release just for the bonus features. Hence my confusion.
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Old 30th November 2023, 08:53   #31636  |  Link
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A few years ago it was recommended if I wanted to have a movie untouched, but the extras shrunk to allow everything fit the disc I should set force_noencode to 1 & quicker encode extras, but that didn't seem to work since the extras didn't encode either.
Has any changes been made since 2020 that might make this an option?
I'd still really love to see a right-click option to not re-encode on a per stream basis, just like 'Blank this item'.

It Can be done. First Set "FORCE_NOENCODE=0" because you're telling the software not to encode any of the streams on the disc.

I'll give you an example of how it is possible. (Make sure to set "QUICK_EXTRAS=1") If the source main movie is say 21gb & the extras are say 5gb (26gb on disc), you can set "QUICK_CRF=25" and it would most likely fit on a 25gb disc. The lower the number, the better the video quality & larger file size.
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It Can be done. First Set "FORCE_NOENCODE=0" because you're telling the software not to encode any of the streams on the disc.

I'll give you an example of how it is possible. (Make sure to set "QUICK_EXTRAS=1") If the source main movie is say 21gb & the extras are say 5gb (26gb on disc), you can set "QUICK_CRF=25" and it would most likely fit on a 25gb disc. The lower the number, the better the video quality & larger file size.
But wouldn't BDRB still re-encode the main movie? I've never seen it skip it because the extras will be small enough after re-encoding.

MrVideo: What I'm saying it's not uncommon to have a movie that when you remove the lossless audio will fit on a BD25 with a few GB to spare and re-encoding just the extras to fit is all that is needed.
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BMrVideo: What I'm saying it's not uncommon to have a movie that when you remove the lossless audio will fit on a BD25 with a few GB to spare and re-encoding just the extras to fit is all that is needed.
While that can be true in some cases, don't count on it for most cases.
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A few years ago it was recommended if I wanted to have a movie untouched, but the extras shrunk to allow everything fit the disc.
I assume you meant a 25gb disc. If the source main movie + the re-encoded extras is under the bd25 target size, the software will just copy the main movie (Untouched) & create the folder structure. However, if over the bd25 target size, the main movie will be re-encoded to fit.
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A few years ago it was recommended if I wanted to have a movie untouched, but the extras shrunk to allow everything fit the disc I should set force_noencode to 1 & quicker encode extras, but that didn't seem to work since the extras didn't encode either.
Has any changes been made since 2020 that might make this an option?
I'd still really love to see a right-click option to not re-encode on a per stream basis, just like 'Blank this item'.
May I remind you of this thread?
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1678011
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