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Old 25th February 2024, 03:10   #1  |  Link
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SEI errors with tsMuxeR and 3D blu-ray

Relative newbie here, so I would appreciate some help. I'm trying to add subtitles to a 3D blu-ray. I have the .m2ts file ripped using BD Rebuilder, but when I try to use tsMuxeR to mux a subtitle file with the 3D video (H.264 and MVC .m2ts files), I get continuous "Bad SEI detected, SEI too short" errors. I seem to get these errors if I try to mux or demux anything involving that MVC file.

Any ideas on what might be going on here?
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Upload the assets somewhere.
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Upload the assets somewhere.
It's a 23GB file. Any suggestions on where to upload it?
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It's a 23GB file. Any suggestions on where to upload it?
Surely you can just provide a sample, I doubt ppl will want to download 23Gb, just for a test.

Either way, you could try Mediafire.. it's free.
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Surely you can just provide a sample, I doubt ppl will want to download 23Gb, just for a test.
When I try cutting the 23GB m2ts file to make a smaller sample, the resulting file (which does contain an MVC file) does not cause the SEI errors in tsMuxeR when I try demuxing it.

Is there any way to get tsMuxeR to ignore SEI errors, or is there an alternative free tool that might be able to mux/demux this file?
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Try to parse this file in UsEac3To, and then assemble it in tsMuxeR.
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When I try cutting the 23GB m2ts file to make a smaller sample, the resulting file (which does contain an MVC file) does not cause the SEI errors in tsMuxeR when I try demuxing it.

Is there any way to get tsMuxeR to ignore SEI errors, or is there an alternative free tool that might be able to mux/demux this file?
Are you using the latest build of tsmuxer ??

https://github.com/justdan96/tsMuxer/releases
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