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Old 24th April 2022, 16:22   #1241  |  Link
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Well ok so I've tried it. Dolby Vision is gone after the process so that doesnt work. But maybe there is another way to keep everything AND add black bars somehow. I have a feeling there could be a way with ffmpeg?!
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Old 28th April 2022, 14:54   #1242  |  Link
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I have some 4k Bluray backups as untouched mkv remuxes (using MakeMKV) that I would like to play on my Oppo 203.
So if I play the mkv directly it works except I get only HDR but no DV. If I mux it into .ts with the latest Tsmuxer the problem is solved I get DV but there is no TrueHD only DD.
Is this the limitation of the .ts container or something related to the oppo ?

Any workaround I could use to get Lossless Audio + DV working from these mkvs remuxed again with Tsmuxer into something on my oppo 203 ?

Thanks !
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Old 28th April 2022, 15:25   #1243  |  Link
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If I mux it into .ts with the latest Tsmuxer the problem is solved I get DV but there is no TrueHD only DD.
Is this the limitation of the .ts container or something related to the oppo ?
I've created a dozen or so 4K UHD back-ups that include Dolby Vision and TrueHD/Atmos using TSmuxer.

I select TSmuxer's 'Blu-ray Folder' option. And then transfer the 'BDMV and CERTIFICATE' folders within an (manually created) AVCHD folder prior to playback with my OPPO?
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Old 28th April 2022, 15:29   #1244  |  Link
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I've created a dozen or so 4K UHD back-ups that include Dolby Vision and TrueHD/Atmos using TSmuxer.

I select TSmuxer's 'Blu-ray Folder' option. And then transfer the 'BDMV and CERTIFICATE' folders within an (manually created) AVCHD folder prior to playback?
Was your source file before using tsmuxer a full Bluray (with BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders) or an mkv remux (using Makemkv) ?
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Old 28th April 2022, 15:49   #1245  |  Link
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I have some 4k Bluray backups as untouched mkv remuxes (using MakeMKV) that I would like to play on my Oppo 203.
So if I play the mkv directly it works except I get only HDR but no DV. If I mux it into .ts with the latest Tsmuxer the problem is solved I get DV but there is no TrueHD only DD.
Is this the limitation of the .ts container or something related to the oppo ?

Any workaround I could use to get Lossless Audio + DV working from these mkvs remuxed again with Tsmuxer into something on my oppo 203 ?

Thanks !
MakeMKV split the AC3 core from TrueHD.

The trueHD track need a core to be playable on bluray players.
You can merge one with thdmerge or encode one with eac3to
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Old 29th April 2022, 09:30   #1246  |  Link
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Default settings ?

Hello

I just noticed a change for "default settings" on the latest versions:
When opening a file I now have "Do not change SEI and VUI data" and the box "Continually insert SPS/PPS" not checked??
Is this normal?
Before, and since always it seems to me, at least until version git-2f0fdbf (?), I always had by default: "insert SEI and VUI data if absent" and the box checked for "Continually insert SPS/PPS "
Should I be worried about these changes?
Will this have an impact on file playback? (Playback usb HDD mainly on a PS3 (.m2ts).
Do I have to manually reset the old settings?
I admit that I never touched these parameters because I had read in the past that it was necessary not to touch them for correct playback on a PS3?...

Thanks in advance for your clarifications.

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Old 29th April 2022, 09:51   #1247  |  Link
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Was your source file before using tsmuxer a full Bluray (with BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders) or an mkv remux (using Makemkv) ?
I've done both...
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Old 30th April 2022, 05:47   #1248  |  Link
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For those of you looking to add black bars to 4K UHD videos, why not look at using JDobbs' NVENCCRE program? Info is here: https://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php...ostcount=31022

As noted in the posting, you need a nVidia card that supports re-encoding. I have the GTX 1660. Get a card that supports IDR/B/P frames.

Here is my NVENCCRE.INI file:
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[Paths]
WorkingPath=E:\BD-REBUILDER\WORK\
[Options]
VIDEO_CODEC=1
AUDIO_CODEC=0
USE_EXTERNAL_SUBS=0
NVENC_CAPABLE=1
VIDEO_MODE=5
HEVC_BR_VALUES=10000,12000,24000
AVC_BR_VALUES=10000,12000,24000
# 1576:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,292,0,292
# 1584:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,288,0,288
# 1588:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,286,0,286
# 1600:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,280,0,280
# 1606:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,276,0,278
# 1608:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,276,0,276
# 1910:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,124,0,126
# 2076:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,42,0,42
# 2080:
#ENCODE_CUSTOM=--vpp-pad 0,40,0,40
I uncomment the line that matches the video that needs re-coding. If it isn't in the list, just add it (manually). BTW, it is left,top,right,bottom. Be sure the comment the lines for files that don't need black added.

Fine print: I have no clue as to what happens with DV videos. My projector doesn't do DV (none do), so I try not to deal with those files.

P.S.: It is fast.

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Old 30th April 2022, 23:02   #1249  |  Link
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I can already see that it doesnt work with DV as it lets you select 3 quality options.
4k DV is a VERY sensitive matter not some old 1080p shit or sth.
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you can use the DoVi_tool to inject back the metadata
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I can already see that it doesnt work with DV as it lets you select 3 quality options.
Or you can select a bitrate, which is what I do. No idea if that will help.
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Old 1st May 2022, 13:39   #1252  |  Link
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Maximum bitrate with that program is 3000, thats nothing.

Well anyway maybe someone else gets this to work but I see no way for that program to even consider working on 4k DV material.
An ffmpeg copy command that keeps EVERYTHING but adds black bars sounds more realistic. Maybe....
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Maximum bitrate with that program is 3000, thats nothing.
What gave you that idea? Did you even look at my example?
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Old 2nd May 2022, 08:43   #1254  |  Link
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Testing I'm found out that the at some movies at demux THD stream (without embedded AC3) from MKV file behind using TSMuxer this THD stream (without embedded AC3) isn't consistent with demux THD stream (without embedded AC3) behind using MKVExtract. How find out, which of these demux THD streams (without embedded AC3) is the correct and consistent with original, when original I don't have. Eventually it is possible somehow find out why are these two demux THD streams (without embedded AC3) different? Which app then use to demux THD streams (without embedded AC3) whether TSMuxer or MKVExtract?

Thank for answers.
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...isn't consistent with...
What would 'consistent' be here? If you mean they aren't bit-equal to each other, both probably are ok. Or do you refer to other differences?

Demuxing streams from mkv I prefer mkvextract (via gMKVExtract GUI) as I never encountered issues.
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What would 'consistent' be here? If you mean they aren't bit-equal to each other, both probably are ok. Or do you refer to other differences?

Demuxing streams from mkv I prefer mkvextract (via gMKVExtract GUI) as I never encountered issues.
Comparing files are different c. from 30 percent, else either use mkvextract (via gMKVExtract GUI), but now I'm want to use TSMuxer and comparing I'm found out that the result demux is different so I don't know which demux use and is OK.
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Old 23rd May 2022, 20:03   #1257  |  Link
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@staina please provide a sample resulting in the circa 30% difference in thd demuxed size between MkvToolNix and tsMuxer.
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