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Old 26th June 2008, 14:29   #1  |  Link
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Right M2ts Order on BluRay Remuxing ? ( tsMuxer)

Hi there...

i have a little problem with my new BluRay Disk... on the BluRay are: 136 M2TS and 136 MPLS files ! And i dont know the right order of them.. so how can i find the Right Playlist file for tsMuxer by Smartlap ? I whant to Remux all Splitted M2TS files to one.

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Old 26th June 2008, 16:34   #2  |  Link
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Use BDedit to determine what play list you need and then load that MPLS file into tsMuxeR. Or you could load the files into eac3to to determine what MPLS file you need and then load that MPLS into TsMuxeR.
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Old 26th June 2008, 17:49   #3  |  Link
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I have checked with BDedit.. but in all Playlist files are Making Off Stuff ( m2ts ) i cant find any MLPS that only have the Movie Files.. ( John Rambo )
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I usually use the Add/file open button in tsmuxer and look at the playlists folder, put them in details view and select the physically largest in K playlist file, in every case so far that's been the one I want. You can usually tell if it's correct because once it's open in tsmuxer it has one video stream and many audio streams and generally a few subtitle streams.

That's worked perfectly with the seamless branching disks I've ripped so far.

Good luck.
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Old 26th June 2008, 20:19   #5  |  Link
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Just run eac3to on your BluRay source directory, this will list the longest playlists for you and allow you to join all the .m2ts files together. This has the added benefit of removing repeated audio frames at the cut points which can cause audio drift if you use the copy /b or TSMuxer method.
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Old 27th June 2008, 08:29   #6  |  Link
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Just run eac3to on your BluRay source directory, this will list the longest playlists for you and allow you to join all the .m2ts files together. This has the added benefit of removing repeated audio frames at the cut points which can cause audio drift if you use the copy /b or TSMuxer method.
Yes, I currently have to do this for my NMT when there's AVC + seamless branching but I was told was not needed for HTPC or BluRay standalones. I could of been told wrong though.
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That could be the case, I'm not sure but the OP just wanted an easy way to find the playlist containing the main movie, eac3to will parse the BD structure and tell you this in about 5 seconds.

When I have dealt with troublesome seamless branching titles (Spiderman 2 springs to mind), the audio drift from joining is present when viewing in MPC and when streaming to the PS3, I don't think it matters how you view the output, if there are repeated audio frames, you will get drift.
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Old 28th June 2008, 13:35   #8  |  Link
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eac3to works very well for this.
Keep in mind that the longest duration may not be the main movie you want (It may contain main movie + behind the scene)
I tried eac3to with rambo4 the main movie is the one that has 1:31 duration not 2 hours.
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