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Old 30th September 2019, 10:30   #28841  |  Link
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Yes it is possible, thats what this thread is all about, but still in test yet.
I personally do all my cartoon type stuff on bd25 .

Bd25 ?,how % of compression ?
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Old 30th September 2019, 18:52   #28842  |  Link
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@FilipeAmadeuO and Acerjen

I found the issue you were describing. After a remux is done by TSMUXER, the MPLS's sequence table was updated with the new start/end presentation timestamps (PTS). It just so happens, though, that TSMUXER loses frames when it muxes UHD. I'd written code in BD-RB that corrects that issue by remuxing the video. The corrected length information was updated in a new CLPI (generated by BD-RB) but that information was never transferred to the MPLS. So individual M2TS playback times on UHD sources (specified in the MPLS) were off by the number of frames that were lost in the original TSMUXER process.

I've fixed it for the next release, which will probably be posted sometime later today after I do some testing.
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Old 30th September 2019, 18:56   #28843  |  Link
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Bravo, jdobbs! Looking forward to it.
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Old 30th September 2019, 20:46   #28844  |  Link
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@FilipeAmadeuO and Acerjen

I found the issue you were describing. After a remux is done by TSMUXER, the MPLS's sequence table was updated with the new start/end presentation timestamps (PTS). It just so happens, though, that TSMUXER loses frames when it muxes UHD. I'd written code in BD-RB that corrects that issue by remuxing the video. The corrected length information was updated in a new CLPI (generated by BD-RB) but that information was never transferred to the MPLS. So individual M2TS playback times on UHD sources (specified in the MPLS) were off by the number of frames that were lost in the original TSMUXER process.

I've fixed it for the next release, which will probably be posted sometime later today after I do some testing.
Can't say it enough... this is amazing work you do.

Just curious, any further thoughts on not remuxing streams that are not being touched? Could also ensure that streams don't see any regression due to issues with TSMuxer that you may not always foresee and compensate for!
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Old 30th September 2019, 21:23   #28845  |  Link
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I thought you were going to fix tsmuxer, since you now had the source. I must have misread that.
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Old 30th September 2019, 21:33   #28846  |  Link
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I thought you were going to fix tsmuxer, since you now had the source. I must have misread that.
That's a task for another day.
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Old 30th September 2019, 21:38   #28847  |  Link
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BD Rebuilder v0.60.26

I have updated the first post of this thread with a link to the most recent version of BD-RB (v0.60.26). Changes for this release:
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- Corrected an issue in which stopping an
  encode of a source that is being inverse
  telecined -- and then restarting without
  exiting could (on rare occasions) cause an
  incorrect framecount that truncates the
  the video output.
- Added a new hidden option FORCE_MONO_RATE
  which allows the user to force the bitrate
  used for monophonic audio.
- Corrected an error in which MPLS sequence
  end times could be incorrectly updated on
  UHD sources due to TSMUXER losing HEVC 
  frames. This could cause stutter between 
  M2TS files on multipart sources -- or early 
  playback termination on singlepart sources. 
- Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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Old 1st October 2019, 00:46   #28848  |  Link
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@FilipeAmadeuO and Acerjen

I found the issue you were describing. After a remux is done by TSMUXER, the MPLS's sequence table was updated with the new start/end presentation timestamps (PTS). It just so happens, though, that TSMUXER loses frames when it muxes UHD. I'd written code in BD-RB that corrects that issue by remuxing the video. The corrected length information was updated in a new CLPI (generated by BD-RB) but that information was never transferred to the MPLS. So individual M2TS playback times on UHD sources (specified in the MPLS) were off by the number of frames that were lost in the original TSMUXER process.

I've fixed it for the next release, which will probably be posted sometime later today after I do some testing.
Tested and seems correct now. Many thanks

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Can you please check the transition between chapter 7 and 8 on SOLO - STAR WARS STORY (UHD) of the rebuilded version ?
Seems there is still a stuttering...

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That's a task for another day.
Maybe this could help a lot on bdrebuilder dirty fixes
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What is experience with rebuilt Dolby vision UHD ?

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Tested and seems correct now. Many thanks

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Can you please check the transition between chapter 7 and 8 on SOLO - STAR WARS STORY (UHD) of the rebuilded version ?
Seems there is still a stuttering...
Not for me. It's huge change in scene where it jumps from Solo answering a question to an explosion and a body flying through the air (right at the chapter point). But there is no stutter in my playback.

I'm testing it on a standalone Sony UBP-X800 UHD-BD Player.
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What is experience with rebuilded Dolby vision UHD ?
FYI, just so you know, there is no such word as "rebuilded." The word I think you want is "rebuilt." Though "repackage" may be a better word for the process.
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Not for me. It's huge change in scene where it jumps from Solo answering a question to an explosion and a body flying through the air (right at the chapter point). But there is no stutter in my playback.

I'm testing it on a standalone Sony UBP-X800 UHD-BD Player.
Ok. On my Oppo the transition is not as smooth as it was on the “original”. The others m2ts transitions are perfect.
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Ok. On my Oppo the transition is not as smooth as it was on the “original”. The others m2ts transitions are perfect.
It's possible the bitrate spiked (from the high action explosion scene) and the player had a buffer issue... just wild guessing though.
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It's possible the bitrate spiked (from the high action explosion scene) and the player had a buffer issue... just wild guessing though.
It´s possible but does not happen in the original UHD
Only in the "rebuilt" version (no change in video, audio neither subtitles)

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FYI, just so you know, there is no such word as "rebuilded." The word I think you want is "rebuilt." Though "repackage" may be a better word for the process.
looks like the grammar police is active again. Not everone is fluent in english
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Old 2nd October 2019, 22:37   #28857  |  Link
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Guess there is such a word as rebuilded
https://www.dictionary.com/browse/rebuilded

https://www.google.com/search?client...-d&q=rebuilded
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I am still having playback problems with Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Same as before. It will hit the chapter points right at the transition from one M2TS file to the next and will pause and stay paused. I can chapter rewind and then chapter forward to the scene it just paused at and it will resume smooth playback till the next transition to the next M2TS file occurs and it stops and pauses again. On solo, once you get to chapter 9, the rest of the film is contained in a one large M2TS file, so no more pausing. And it does play all the way to the end of the credits like it is supposed to. I ran it through the newest version of BD Rebuilder on a new PC I built with a fresh installation of everything. If you have any ideas, please share. Attached are my logs and related files. Thanks. Later.

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It´s possible but does not happen in the original UHD
Only in the "rebuilt" version (no change in video, audio neither subtitles)
The original is on a disc that has a higher transfer rate.
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I am still having playback problems with Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Same as before. It will hit the chapter points right at the transition from one M2TS file to the next and will pause and stay paused. I can chapter rewind and then chapter forward to the scene it just paused at and it will resume smooth playback till the next transition to the next M2TS file occurs and it stops and pauses again. On solo, once you get to chapter 9, the rest of the film is contained in a one large M2TS file, so no more pausing. And it does play all the way to the end of the credits like it is supposed to. I ran it through the newest version of BD Rebuilder on a new PC I built with a fresh installation of everything. If you have any ideas, please share. Attached are my logs and related files. Thanks. Later.

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Don't know what to say. That same disc works fine for me. What player are you using?
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