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Old 4th March 2018, 03:33   #121  |  Link
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Output from TSM2UHD 1.12 on LG up970 no HDR
And when I take output from TSM2Uhd to compress uhd25G/50G by dvdfab uhdcopy. There are very mosaic and no detect hdr.

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Old 9th March 2018, 00:00   #122  |  Link
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yes, source was the original Blu-ray structure. MKv made with makemkv.
Has someone already reported that any uhd works with the Ub 900?
same issue here, try with a ten different discs.
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Old 5th April 2018, 00:51   #123  |  Link
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If anyone can figure this out it would be jdobbs.

Just when you thought you'd get out, they pull you back in!
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Old 18th May 2018, 19:50   #124  |  Link
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Great, so this can be used for movie-only remuxes. Does it retain Dolby Vision?
Ofc not, big surprise
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Old 6th June 2018, 22:44   #125  |  Link
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how do you guys even manage to use tsmuxer to remux a uhd?
i get constantly error code -2 -> reading buffer overlow

for me it's currently impossible to get a proper remux with tsmuxer of a uhd
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Old 7th June 2018, 00:03   #126  |  Link
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how do you guys even manage to use tsmuxer to remux a uhd?
i get constantly error code -2 -> reading buffer overlow

for me it's currently impossible to get a proper remux with tsmuxer of a uhd
Try demux first with mkvextract. Then mux with tsmuxer the separate streams.

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Old 7th June 2018, 13:31   #127  |  Link
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Try demux first with mkvextract. Then mux with tsmuxer the separate streams.

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thanks for the tip

tsm2uhd though is not working for me.

i selected the newly created uhd bdmv folder and clicked start. two hours later and the progress is still at 0%

any idea?
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Old 14th July 2018, 03:42   #128  |  Link
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Encounter a problem

Hello, thanks for the effort to make this software, I follow the steps in instruction but the output blu-ray folder can't be played on my Sony UBP-X800 player.

I compare the folders, and found that the software only changed mpls, no other files, and it just used about 2 secs, so I thought it's not normal, do you have any advice or what can I do to fix this?

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Old 13th September 2018, 10:27   #129  |  Link
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tsMuxeR do not work with UHD Bluray always ends with error

tsMuxeR finished with error code -2
Reading buffer overflow. Possible container streams are not syncronized. Please, verify stream fps. File name: I:\BDMV\STREAM\00045.m2ts


When will have tsMuxeR full support UHD Bluray and Dolby Vision?

Thank you staina
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Old 13th September 2018, 14:33   #130  |  Link
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I compare the folders, and found that the software only changed mpls, no other files, and it just used about 2 secs
Something went wrong... the process takes about 20 mins on my system.
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tsMuxeR do not work with UHD Bluray always ends with error
I've used TSMUXER on the source from UHD discs many, many times -- and have never gotten an error. The "buffer overflow" error almost always means a corrupt source (or one that hasn't been decrypted). I do always demux first (as LowDead suggested) and use the elementary streams. As for when it will have full support... probably never. But that would be up to the author. He unexpectedly provided 3D support after a long time of not hearing from him, so you never know.
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Old 30th November 2018, 02:38   #131  |  Link
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Thanks jdobbs for your work.

Do you advice to burn the folders on BD-50 in UDF 2.5 or 2.6?

By the way, it would be nice to get a list of compatible / not compatible players models.

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Old 1st December 2018, 17:09   #132  |  Link
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Afaik UHD requires UDF 2.60, 2.50 is for standard BD's.
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Old 1st December 2018, 19:57   #133  |  Link
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Thanks.

I've just made a BD HDR Rec2020 for testing. It works on my UBP-X7000. However, I don't have any HDR screen so the device displays "SDR" on the OSD. How to know if the HDR flag is present properly using this TSM2UHD tool?

EDIT : The log during the post-compilation process says "HDR collected" so it looks OK. But I have no way to be sure...

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Old 2nd December 2018, 12:40   #134  |  Link
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Afaik UHD requires UDF 2.60, 2.50 is for standard BD's.
Really? Is that documented somewhere? I've been using UDF 2.50 and haven't noticed any issues.
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Old 2nd December 2018, 18:28   #135  |  Link
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Hey nice to find this tool avalible.

I guess all those tutorials to keep blu-ray menus when adding subtitles and audio tracks with tsmuxer will also work with tsm2uhd.
I used to do this a lot with tsmuxer and later with bdfix (which is a lot easier).

I'll give that a try in a few days and test with my OPPO 203 with russian custom firmware to check if I can add some dubs to complete UHD discs and report back.
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Old 2nd December 2018, 20:09   #136  |  Link
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Hey nice to find this tool avalible.

I guess all those tutorials to keep blu-ray menus when adding subtitles and audio tracks with tsmuxer will also work with tsm2uhd.
I used to do this a lot with tsmuxer and later with bdfix (which is a lot easier).

I'll give that a try in a few days and test with my OPPO 203 with russian custom firmware to check if I can add some dubs to complete UHD discs and report back.
I'm not sure you can build a Blu-Ray with menus and then replace the streams from H264 to HEVC to change it to Blu-Ray UHD...
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Old 3rd December 2018, 15:29   #137  |  Link
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I'm not sure you can build a Blu-Ray with menus and then replace the streams from H264 to HEVC to change it to Blu-Ray UHD...
Totally possible.
But as I see how TSM2UHD works you have to

1. demux audio, video and subtitle streams from original disk.
2. Make MKV file with audios and subtitles you want to add.
3. Create UHD BD compilant folder.
4. Change CPLI and playlist files with hex decimal to refer to the same clpi and playlist file the original disk uses.

It's actually quite simple.

TSMuxer used to have a blank spot so you could name your own mpls and clpi files isntead of default 00000 to be 0835 or something.

Maybe this could be added to TSM2UHD since it's just a number to be changed in the output files.
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Old 5th December 2018, 17:27   #138  |  Link
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Totally possible.
But as I see how TSM2UHD works you have to

1. demux audio, video and subtitle streams from original disk.
2. Make MKV file with audios and subtitles you want to add.
3. Create UHD BD compilant folder.
4. Change CPLI and playlist files with hex decimal to refer to the same clpi and playlist file the original disk uses.

It's actually quite simple.

TSMuxer used to have a blank spot so you could name your own mpls and clpi files isntead of default 00000 to be 0835 or something.

Maybe this could be added to TSM2UHD since it's just a number to be changed in the output files.
Thanks for this tutorial but It's not such easy for a newbie like me

In step 2 and 3, you make a Blu-Ray HD structure from TSMuxer (from HEVC video stream source) and then patch it with TSM2UHD to make it Blu-Ray UHD compliant. Is that what you mean?

In step 4, you open in a hexadecimal editor the CLPI and MPLS from the Blu-Ray UHD




And here are the CLPI and MPLS from the Blu-Ray HD I authored. There's only one video stream and one menu, so the video I want to replace refer to 00001.clpi and 0001.mpls.




What CLPI and MPLS files should i change? Those from the Blu-Ray UHD ? Which values from the hexadecimal data those should i modify exactly?

How to reintegrate the original menu (from the Blu-Ray HD) to the Blu-Ray UHD structure?

Sorry but I'm a bit lost...
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Old 7th December 2018, 20:32   #139  |  Link
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@jdobbs : Can you confirm this is possible? Thank you.
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