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Old 5th August 2017, 16:20   #41  |  Link
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Hi videofan3D,

so I did some tests with h264offset3D and it works pretty fine. The only problem is that after inserting the original offsets back into the mvc stream after reencoding, and remuxing, I get blocking artefacts when playing on my Sony standalone player. This doesn't happen without inserting the offsets.
h264offset3d seems to brake something in the stream. Do you have any idea what it could be?? Thanks for creating this nice tool at all
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Old 5th August 2017, 16:40   #42  |  Link
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"frame_packing_arrangement" SEI messages can appear anytime it is needed to inform decoder about change of 3D format. They should appear in general after each Picture Parameter Set (PPS) NAL unit, and in case of mode "frame alternation" also before each frame slice NAL unit (to indicate if it is left or right eye).

These "frame_packing_arrangement" SEI messages constitute very sophisticated signaling system for 3D decoder. They have meaning "from now on use decoding method X". There is also message "stop 3D decoding".

This signaling system allows to include into one elementary stream several 3D methods and switch them accordingly on the fly.
Do you know why there is 3D method 6 = MONO?
It is intended to signal decoder that "from now on we have only 2D picture", however glasses should stay turned on and TV should display the same image into both L and R eye! (switching glasses on/off usually causes unpleasant glitches)

Apparently this was designed for broadcast but unfortunately nowadays it is over, and I doubt that decoders recognize all these 3D signaling messages....
Some players are very picky about correct frame packing SEIs. For your tool 6/mono wouldn't really make sense. As you say it only makes sense if you intend to switch from 3D to 2D. And even then I believe it is not strictly needed. It could only be useful for broadcast/live encoding when encoder doesn't yet know when the switch will occur and may need to do it in the middle of a GOP on top of that.

AVC/HEVC specs cover endless use-cases. Much of it is irrelevant in the real world. It's way too complicated.
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Old 5th August 2017, 19:03   #43  |  Link
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Hi videofan3D,

so I did some tests with h264offset3D and it works pretty fine. The only problem is that after inserting the original offsets back into the mvc stream after reencoding, and remuxing, I get blocking artefacts when playing on my Sony standalone player. This doesn't happen without inserting the offsets.
h264offset3d seems to brake something in the stream. Do you have any idea what it could be?? Thanks for creating this nice tool at all
Hi, is there any chance to create small sample and upload it to web? (both with and w/o inserted offset_metadata). I need to check the structure...
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Old 6th August 2017, 08:05   #44  |  Link
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Hi, is there any chance to create small sample and upload it to web? (both with and w/o inserted offset_metadata). I need to check the structure...
Of course, I'll create a small sample later today
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Old 11th August 2017, 12:30   #45  |  Link
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Hi,

over the last few days I did quit a few tests with h264offset3D. And I can say that it works absolutely stable and exactly as it is meant to work. Thanks @videofan3D!

As for muxing frim-encoded streams with integrated offsets, I had some difficulties. TSMuxer muxes them perfectly fine, however the output can't be played on every standalone player because TSMuxer uses the out-of-mux method for 3D folders. This is of Course not a problem of Frim or h264offset3d.
A solution is to only mux with TSMuxer using it's BluRay ISO output option. But you can have only one title per Disc using this method.

For people like me, who want to have some menus and generate them with Scenarist the situation is a bit more complicated.
Scenarist muxes FRIM encodes withOUT offsets perfectly. Hoewever you need to uncheck "Spec check mode" in MUI generator.
You'll get a 3D bluray out of Scenarist that plays in every single standalone player because Scenarist is a professional tool and designed for perfect compatibility.
But as FRIM encodes have broken offset structure, subtitles can't have any depth, not even if you want to set Offsets manually, because scenarist doesn't offer the option to manage Offsets at all with FRIM encodes.

This is where videofan3d's new h264offset3d gets important. With this tool you can extract offsets from original files or generate a text file with offsets manually and intergrate them into the mvc stream after encoding with FRIM. This works perfectly.
Now even Scenarist recognizes the FRIM encoded file as valid (no need to disable "spec check mode").
In Scenarist you can now manage offsets in every possible way.

However, the resulting disc shows some block artefacts every 5-10 seconds during playback on standalone players.
This didn't happen without integrating offsets.
Luckily there is an easy fix for this using jdobbs' BD-Rebuilder. Just process the disc you got out of Scenarist with BD-Rebuilder. If you set the output size accordingly, BD-Rebuilder won't reencode any video files. It only remuxes the disc using the in-mux file structure, which is also compatible with every standalone player.

As Offsets are only assigned within the mpls files (thanks @videofan3D), the offsets you assigned in Scenarist will be there even after remuxing. Now the discs work perfectly fine with menus and 3d subtitle offsets at the same time. And we are able to make perfect backups of original discs with FRIM and h264offset3D as well.

I hope my post will help some people in creating their backups or own movies with Scenarist, Frim and h264offset3D.

Big thanks to @videofan3D for creating these wonderful tools.
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Old 24th August 2017, 21:32   #46  |  Link
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BDTools 2.30

BDTools 2.30 released:

MPLS2JSON
- added support for id.bdmv files
- sound.bdmv - WAVE files are extracted to the same directory as .json file

h264Modify
- added -frame_packing for insertion or deletion of frame packing SEI messages:
CHECKER or 0 - for checkerboard
COLINT or 1 - column interleave
ROWINT or 2 - row interleave
SBS or 3 - side by side
TAB or 4 - top above bottom
MONO or 6 - mono - 2D frame
TILE or 7 - tile format
(frame alternation (mode 5) is not supported yet)

h264Offset3D
- minor bugfixing - no new features

AVCHDInfo
- new tool. Displays recording date/time of each frame of AVCHD.MTS file extracted from vendor-specific information (if available) - in textual or tab-separated format.
Vendor-specific information contains sometimes additional data like camcorder model, recording aperture, gain, GPS info, etc. However this format is not standardized nor unified and each vendor like SONY, CANON, PANASONIC etc. uses its own coding. Further vendor-specific data might be possibly extracted in future versions of AVCHDInfo.
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Old 12th September 2017, 21:36   #47  |  Link
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MPLS2JSON 2.30? and clpi?

I downloaded ver 2.30 of your awesome tools and found that MPLS2JSON seems to still be the previous version (2.20) in the 2.30 download. The release notes say that id.bdmv support was added in 2.30...

Also the help info says that it can show info for clpi files, but when I try it it states failed signature match: found ""

This is one of the most useful tools I've found so far! Keep up the great work!


As a side request, could you add the Windows standard help argument "/?" as an alias to the Linux standard "--help"? Thanks!
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Old 14th September 2017, 22:56   #48  |  Link
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I downloaded ver 2.30 of your awesome tools and found that MPLS2JSON seems to still be the previous version (2.20) in the 2.30 download. The release notes say that id.bdmv support was added in 2.30...

Also the help info says that it can show info for clpi files, but when I try it it states failed signature match: found ""

This is one of the most useful tools I've found so far! Keep up the great work!


As a side request, could you add the Windows standard help argument "/?" as an alias to the Linux standard "--help"? Thanks!


There might be slight mismatch in numbering, but "MPLS to JSON - version 2.20 (build: Aug 14 2017)" support id.bdmv - you can test it.

Regarding clip and signature match: found "" - please give me the particular .clip file, I will check it.

Regarding /? ... try -help
(I don't like Microsoft's /?, it confuses regular "questions mark" meaning. Standard UNIX uses only single "minus")
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Old 16th September 2017, 12:14   #49  |  Link
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MPLS2JSON clpi

Oh, interesting... I'm not sure which file I tried it on. CLPI is indeed working on other files... curious (on my end).

Please ignore that problem I guess. If I can remember the file again I'll send it.

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A spanish user ask me about a problem playing (with a BDplayer) a custom BD with a h264 stream like this:

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General
Complete name : D:\tmp\Muestra.h264
Format : AVC
Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec
File size : 132 MiB
Overall bit rate mode : Variable

Video
Format : AVC
Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec
Format profile : High@L4.1
Format settings, CABAC : Yes
Format settings, RefFrames : 2 frames
Bit rate mode : Variable
Width : 1 920 pixels
Height : 1 080 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 16:9
Frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Progressive

Text
ID : CC1
Format : EIA-608
Muxing mode : SCTE 128 / DTVCC Transport
Bit rate mode : Constant
Stream size : 0.00 Byte (0%)
CaptionServiceName : CC1
Maybe the problem is the subs included: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EIA-608

Is that stream allowed in BluRay specs?
Do you know a tool to modify the h264 deleting the EIA-608 subs?

Sample
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A spanish user ask me about a problem playing (with a BDplayer) a custom BD with a h264 stream like this:



Maybe the problem is the subs included: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EIA-608

Is that stream allowed in BluRay specs?
Do you know a tool to modify the h264 deleting the EIA-608 subs?

Sample
I don't know about Blu-ray compliance.
You can remove the EIA-608 caption by re-encoding the stream.
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You can remove the EIA-608 caption by re-encoding the stream.
Of course, I was searching a way without recode.
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Thanks for those links in the thread for updating sar. I seem to be getting an error and wondering if you have any insight. Below is my command followed by the error. Any help you can provide would be awesome. The input file is an MKV made from BD3D2MK3D. Thanks.

h264Modify.exe F:\Movies\ULTRON.mkv -sar 1:2 F:\Movies\ULTRON-UPDATED.mkv

ERROR reading bitstream: read past NAL end

H.264 Stream Modifier - version 2.00 (build: Aug 24 2017)

ERROR: h264Modify.exe - cannot copy bitstream F:\Movies\ULTRON.mkv
h264Modify doesn't work directly on mkv container. You have to demux, modify, then mux again.

Code:
mkvextract tracks "F:\Movies\ULTRON.mkv" "0:F:\Movies\ULTRON.264"
h264Modify.exe F:\Movies\ULTRON.264 -sar 1:2 F:\Movies\ULTRON-UPDATED.264
mkvmerge -o "F:\Movies\ULTRON-UPDATED.mkv" --stereo-mode 0:1 "F:\Movies\ULTRON-UPDATED.264" --no-video "F:\Movies\ULTRON.mkv"
(You may have to set a few flags again (e.g. for 3D) and/or get trouble if the file is vfr. Then you have to manually set flags and copy timecodes from source. See mkvextract and mkvmerge docs in that case.)

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First of all, thank you very much for providing us with these great tools. My issue is pure novice. When I want to create the output from mpls to json it says can't create the file. This is the syntax I write. Any help is more than appreciated.


C:\>MPLS2JSON 00800.mpls 00800.json

Save failed: 00800.json
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Welcome to the forum, command-line (CLI) run as administrator.
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As administrator or run in a folder owned by the user.

C:\ (the root folder and others) is protected to write for standard users.
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Thank you friends for the welcoming and help, the cause is the one you indicated, the lack of habit of working on cli commands.
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Hello videofan3d,
I use these BDTools 2.30 since several month, really great helpfull tools :-)
Now, I have some issues with subtitle depth.
Inside a playlist file there are different planes for different subtitles.
After reconvert from .json to .mpls ALL .pgs subtitle streams are set to plane#0.

short example:
(original .mpls file with different planes after conversion to .json)
Code:
"PG_stream": [
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 11,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 12,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 1,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 2,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 3,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 4,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 5,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 6,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 7,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 8,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 13,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 15,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 9,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 14,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 10,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 0,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                }
                            ],
                            "IG_stream": []
After reconversion this .json file to .mpls the different planes are gone, just one plane#0.
After another conversion of this new .mpls once again to .json I see that the content has chainged:

Code:
"PG_stream": [
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                },
                                {
                                    "PG_textST_offset_sequence_id_ref": 0,
                                    "reserved01": 0,
                                    "dialog_region_offset_valid_flag": 1,
                                    "is_SS_PG": 0,
                                    "is_top_AS_PG_textST": 0,
                                    "is_bottom_AS_PG_textST": 0
                                }
                            ],
                            "IG_stream": []
Maybe you can have a look at this ?

For editing .json file I use Free JSON Editor:
https://www.mediafreeware.com/free-json-editor.html

If you need more infos, just let me know :-)

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.. I have some issues with subtitle depth.
Inside a playlist file there are different planes for different subtitles.
Finally someone pointed to this issue!
Someone shows he/she still uses these little tools

Version 2.30 uploaded to this web has a bug in 3D subtitle depth extraction. You can check this using command
mpls2json -selftest 00000.mpls
when in case of BD3D it will not re-create identical .mpls.

Fixed version 2.31 uploaded.

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Old 7th June 2019, 17:31   #60  |  Link
KonJuruing
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Hello vidofan3d,

thank you so much for fast fixing.
I just tested version 2.31 on a seamless branching mpls file:

AFTER USING NEW VERSION 2.31 ALL PLANES FOR 3D SUBTITLES ARE SAME LIKE ON ORIGINAL MPLS

Thank you once again for fixing.
Especially for me, your BDTools is the best software for editing blu-rays.
Before, I used bdedit...but yours are way better (for me)
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