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Old 18th May 2020, 11:09   #1  |  Link
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tsMuxeR GUI - mkv to bdmv folder OPPO playback issue

I'm not having much success getting this 25p sample file to be remuxed into BDMV or AVCHD using tsMuxer GUI, I simply select the "Output" to be either BDMV or AVCHD folder which claims to be successful, then I run the bdmv modifier 2.0 utility which is also successful, place contents within the "AVCHD" folder whether necessary or not but will not play back, unsupported message comes up then I select "OK" after which the tray ejects.

Do I have to remux the mkv file to m2ts for Bluray compatibility then I can remux the M2TS to a BDMV or AVCHD folder structure?

Sample Test file Speaker Test AVC@25fps+LC-AAC@320 [9secs].mkv
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Old 18th May 2020, 20:27   #2  |  Link
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Can't the Oppo play the mkv directly without remux to AVCHD/M2TS? Did you try without the audio or with audio re-encoded to AC3?
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Can't the Oppo play the mkv directly without remux to AVCHD/M2TS? Did you try without the audio or with audio re-encoded to AC3?
Yes the OPPO can play it back fine but can not flag 25p content correctly in a mkv or m2ts container, so that is why I want to remux it as a BDMV folder structure, seems like something simple to do but just won't playback with the steps I made above, perhaps I must strip the aac audio because that type of audio codec is not Bluray compliant?
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Did you try without the audio or with audio re-encoded to AC3?
Which program is best to re-encode the AAC to AC3 audio?

Is AAC audio not possible, is it not compliant in the BDAV directory which is based on the M2TS stream file container which AAC audio is supported?

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Which program is best to re-encode the AAC to AC3 audio?
You can use eac3to.

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Is AAC audio not possible, is it not compliant in the BDAV file container which is based on the M2TS file container which AAC audio is supported?
No, it's not. Only AC-3 or LPCM.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AVCHD#Specifications
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