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Old 5th October 2010, 23:43   #9761  |  Link
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WOW, Great!
I found something else I need to look at. With some luck I might get a new version posted tomorrow.
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When i select no Audio and no subs in the Setup of BDRebuilder!
Still not available, tried several movies, unchecked all subs/audio in setup and made sure there were no subs/audio selected for title. Still no blank item option available

BD-Rebuilder 0.34.11 beta

NM, just searched the thread and found that it hasn't been implemented yet

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Still not available, tried several movies, unchecked all subs/audio in setup and made sure there were no subs/audio selected for title. Still no blank item option available

BD-Rebuilder 0.34.11 beta

NM, just searched the thread and found that it hasn't been implemented yet
Yep, it's a placeholder. It isn't implemented yet. I meant to implement it a long time ago, but other things keep causing it to slip in priority.
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Old 6th October 2010, 16:41   #9764  |  Link
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I found something else I need to look at. With some luck I might get a new version posted tomorrow.
Ready for testing!
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Anyone had an Idea what could be causing this ? Files were dumped to my HD through latest version of my (registered) anyDVD HD:

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[07:38:43] BD Rebuilder v0.34.11 (beta)
- Source: ROBIN_HOOD
- Input BD size: 29,94 GB
- Approximate total content: [02:35:48.713]
- Target BD size: 23,93 GB
- Windows Version: 6.1 [7600]
- MOVIE-ONLY mode enabled
- Quality: Highest (Very Slow), Two Pass
- Audio Settings: AC3=0 DTS=0 HD=1 Kbs=640
[07:38:43] PHASE ONE, Encoding
- [07:38:43] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00810]
- Extracting A/V to M2TS [VID_00810]
- Extracting A/V from M2TS [VID_00810]
- Error in attempt to extract audio/subs.
- Reading buffer overflow. Possible container streams are not syncronized. Please, verify stream fps. File name: E:\TEMP\WORKFILES\00810.M2TS
- Error in attempt to extract audio/subs.
- Reading buffer overflow. Possible container streams are not syncronized. Please, verify stream fps. File name: E:\TEMP\WORKFILES\00810.M2TS
[07:45:29] - Failed to retrieve audio, aborted


Fixed for the next release.
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Old 6th October 2010, 17:42   #9766  |  Link
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Hey @setarip_old,

Could you check these specific extra rips on your ROBIN HOOD Backup:

VID_00364 -> 00366

These are the extras (and the only tracks) I'm having issues with audio sync. They're original MPEG files at 480i and at 59 fps. The result on my full movie backup BD-9 using 34.11 is a tremendous amount of compression on these tracks (I assume because they're being reencoded using an MPEG compression from an extremely large file to more than 1/5 their original size) and the audio sync since its been re-encoded at 1/2 their framerate down to 29 fps.

Let me know what you find and if your results are ok .. what settings were you using. Thanks
Fixed for the next release. Turns out these are hybrid sources. They are still 29.97fps (there is no such thing as 480i @ 59fps in blu-ray), but have mixed interlaced and pulldown parts intermingled. I've added code for detecting and processing hybrid.
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Old 6th October 2010, 18:02   #9767  |  Link
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@jdobbs:

I don't know whether or not this has been reported yet, but here goes:

Using latest release (0.34.11) I did Iron Man 2 full backup to BD25. The main movie is seamless-branched (some sort of special feature that in one playlist plays a set of m2ts's that assembles the movie, and in another playlist it replaces some m2ts's with different ones to show additional info over certain scenes) so as a result the whole thing it is split over quite a few m2ts files.

Anyways - bug report: BD-Rebuilder forgot to change the OUT_TIME of all the m2ts's and chapters in both playlists.
It altered the IN_TIME to the standard tsmuxer 00:10:00:00, but left the OUT_TIME as it was on the original disc.

Worth checking out. I'll provide additional information should you request it.
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Old 6th October 2010, 18:06   #9768  |  Link
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@jdobbs:

I don't know whether or not this has been reported yet, but here goes:

Using latest release (0.34.11) I did Iron Man 2 full backup to BD25. The main movie is seamless-branched (some sort of special feature that in one playlist plays a set of m2ts's that assembles the movie, and in another playlist it replaces some m2ts's with different ones to show additional info over certain scenes) so as a result the whole thing it is split over quite a few m2ts files.

Anyways - bug report: BD-Rebuilder forgot to change the OUT_TIME of all the m2ts's and chapters in both playlists.
It altered the IN_TIME to the standard tsmuxer 00:10:00:00, but left the OUT_TIME as it was on the original disc.

Worth checking out. I'll provide additional information should you request it.
Hmmm.... I don't know how that is possible, as playback would fail completely, but I'll look at it.
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Old 6th October 2010, 18:14   #9769  |  Link
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Hmmm.... I don't know how that is possible, but I'll look at it.
Actually, I just found that this isn't unique to those 2 playlists. There are alot of playlists on this disc and many of them contains a tsmuxer 10:00 in-time and an original-disc unaltered out_time.

Take a look here:

http://img801.imageshack.us/img801/9657/bdrb.png
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Old 6th October 2010, 18:19   #9770  |  Link
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Actually, I just found that this isn't unique to those 2 playlists. There are alot of playlists on this disc and many of them contains a tsmuxer 10:00 in-time and an original-disc unaltered out_time.

Take a look here:

http://img801.imageshack.us/img801/9657/bdrb.png
Any other processing other than BD-RB? There was a change (two months ago) in which I stopped calculating the end time based on the offset and began using the TSMUXER generated end-time instead. There was a slight difference that was causing a "pause" between segments.
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August 2nd, 2010 - v0.34.06
- Modified the MPLS update routine so it checks original
  OUT times against those created by TSMUXER and correct
  where they differ. This could correct a slight stutter
  at M2TS change point on some software players playing 
  a multi-part feature on a full backup.
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Old 6th October 2010, 18:22   #9771  |  Link
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Any other processing other than BD-RB? There was a change (a long time ago) in which I stopped calculating the end time based on the offset and began using the TSMUXER generated end-time instead.
No other processing but BD-RB, you know I know better than that
As for it being possibly tsmuxer's fault - I tried opening the m2ts in tsmuxer and remuxing it in blu-ray authoring mode just to see if it outputs the right in/out times in the generated playlist, and it does.
(Besides, how likely would it be that TSMuxer uses the EXACT out_time of the original-disc untouched m2ts?)

Hope this helps.

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Old 6th October 2010, 18:32   #9772  |  Link
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No other processing but BD-RB, you know I know better than that
As for it being possibly tsmuxer's fault - I tried opening the m2ts in tsmuxer and remuxing it in blu-ray authoring mode just to see if it outputs the right in/out times in the generated playlist, and it does.
(Besides, how likely would it be that TSMuxer uses the EXACT out_time of the original-disc untouched m2ts?)

Hope this helps.
Good point and a good catch. Actually that makes me think of where I might want to look. I noticed from your image that it doesn't happen on all M2TS's (00844 was correct, but 00394 was not).

I was just about to post a new version -- but I'm going to hold off until I figure this one out.
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No other processing but BD-RB, you know I know better than that
As for it being possibly tsmuxer's fault - I tried opening the m2ts in tsmuxer and remuxing it in blu-ray authoring mode just to see if it outputs the right in/out times in the generated playlist, and it does.
(Besides, how likely would it be that TSMuxer uses the EXACT out_time of the original-disc untouched m2ts?)

Hope this helps.
Tell me this... is there any chance you may have rebuilt a second time from a job that had completed once -- or stopped and then restarted midstream. I think I may have found how that could occur in that circumstance.

Do you still have the log from when you did that job?
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Old 6th October 2010, 19:43   #9774  |  Link
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Tell me this... is there any chance you may have rebuilt a second time from a job that had completed once -- or stopped and then restarted midstream. I think I may have found how that could occur in that circumstance.

Do you still have the log from when you did that job?
Yes on both questions. I didn't rebuild a 2nd time, but I do believe that I stopped and resumed at some point.

Here is the log: http://pastebin.com/cvurMQ8n

Glad I could help again
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Old 6th October 2010, 20:08   #9775  |  Link
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Yes on both questions. I didn't rebuild a 2nd time, but I do believe that I stopped and resumed at some point.

Here is the log: http://pastebin.com/cvurMQ8n

Glad I could help again
Yep, that's it. Before the change in August I was calculating the OUT time based on the original's length and the new start time. But since then the new OUT time is collected into memory from the CLPI when TSMUXER completes that M2TS. It wasn't staying persistent between restarts. So when the MPLS was updated during rebuild, the original M2TS value was present. I'm fixing it now.
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Yep, that's it. Before the change in August I was calculating the OUT time based on the original's length and the new start time. But since then the new OUT time is collected into memory from the CLPI when TSMUXER completes that M2TS. It wasn't staying persistent between restarts. So when the MPLS was updated during rebuild, the original M2TS value was present. I'm fixing it now.
*pats myself on the back*
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Old 6th October 2010, 21:45   #9777  |  Link
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@jdobbs;
You have been quite the busy man of late "eradictating" those pesky rodents! Excellent news.
This is fun following the development of BD-RB, and I congratulate you for your continued diligent efforts.
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Old 7th October 2010, 04:43   #9778  |  Link
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BD Rebuilder v0.35.01 (beta)

I have updated the first post of this thread with a new release of BD-RB (v0.35.01). Changes for this release:
Code:
- Added code to workaround certain types of audio 
  and subtitle extraction errors when working with 
  high count multi-part sources in movie-only mode.
- Corrected an error in which audio/sub tracks may 
  be incorrectly identified by track/language when
  reencoded using movie-only mode from a multi-part
  source with a large number of segments.
- Added the ability to inverse telecine interlaced
  sources.  You select it by right-clicking on the
  stream in the stream list.  This can dramatically
  improve picture quality on hard or soft telecined
  sources by encoding at 23.976 with pulldown flags
  rather than 29.97.  Note:  Please be careful in
  using this option as executing inverse telecining 
  on a non-telecined source will result in a 
  severely stuttering picture.  It is not uncommon 
  for new users to confuse interlaced "combing" with 
  telecining.  Since some types of inverse telecining 
  requires AVISYNTH, LAVF usage for a stream may be 
  by-passed when it IVTC selected.
- Added a new selection to the SETUP dialog to enable
  automatic Inverse Telecining (IVTC) of sources 
  where pulldown/soft telecine is detected. This 
  option  instructs BD-RB to inverse telecine during 
  decoding and to reinsert pulldown flags on any 
  detected soft telecined (3:2 pulldown) 29.97fps 
  sources. IVTC also converts soft telecined 1080i 
  sources to 1080p. IVTC is recommended for 
  processing sources that are targeted for playback 
  on standalone units, but may not be suitable if the 
  final playback device is a  PC as some PC codecs 
  (e.g. the FFDSHOW AVC codec) don't sometimes play 
  back smoothly when pulldown flags are used.  
  Automatic IVTC for individual streams can be 
  manually deselected via the stream list (see bullet 
  1 above). 
- Corrected several instances in which a failed demux
  in TSMUXER could incorrectly result in the error
  "ExtractAudio Subs() 00053 1605" or other errors.
- Added a fix that corrects bad characters in the 
  source Volume ID that could prevent the creation 
  of the output folder. 
- Added code to distinguish between full pulldown and
  hybrid sources. Hybrid is marked with "***" in the
  streams window, soft telecine (pulldown) is "*".
- Corrected an error in which using LAVF on hybrid or
  pulldown sources could cause audio sync problems.
- Corrected an error in which starting and stopping
  a full backup under certain circumstances could
  cause incorrect OUT time values to be inserted
  during MPLS file updates.
- Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the
  latest release (r1732).
- Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the
  latest release (r1732).
- Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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Old 7th October 2010, 04:55   #9779  |  Link
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hi i have a problem here is the info

- [13:50:45] Collecting video information
- Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
- Rate/Length: 24.000fps, 211,499 frames
- Bitrate: 4,953 Kbs
- [13:50:45] Reencoding: VID_00000, Pass 1 of 2
- [16:40:11] Reencoding: VID_00000, Pass 2 of 2
- [20:52:09] Video Encode complete
- [20:52:11] Multiplexing M2TS
[20:55:37]PHASE ONE complete
[20:55:37]PHASE TWO - Rebuild Started
- [20:55:38] Rebuilding AVCHD file Structure
- Failed in attempt to multiplex: MUX_MOVIE_ONLY.meta
- Can't open file: T:\PELICULAS BD\MILLENIUM 3 RECODIFICADA\WORKFILES\00001.track_4608.SUP
[20:55:39] - Failed to REBUILD

what can it be wrong?
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Old 7th October 2010, 06:17   #9780  |  Link
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I have updated the first post of this thread with a new release of BD-RB (v0.35.01). Changes for this release:
Code:
- Added code to workaround certain types of audio 
  and subtitle extraction errors when working with 
  high count multi-part sources in movie-only mode.
- Corrected an error in which audio/sub tracks may 
  be incorrectly identified by track/language when
  reencoded using movie-only mode from a multi-part
  source with a large number of segments.
- Added the ability to inverse telecine interlaced
  sources.  You select it by right-clicking on the
  stream in the stream list.  This can dramatically
  improve picture quality on hard or soft telecined
  sources by encoding at 23.976 with pulldown flags
  rather than 29.97.  Note:  Please be careful in
  using this option as executing inverse telecining 
  on a non-telecined source will result in a 
  severely stuttering picture.  It is not uncommon 
  for new users to confuse interlaced "combing" with 
  telecining.  Since some types of inverse telecining 
  requires AVISYNTH, LAVF usage for a stream may be 
  by-passed when it IVTC selected.
- Added a new selection to the SETUP dialog to enable
  automatic Inverse Telecining (IVTC) of sources 
  where pulldown/soft telecine is detected. This 
  option  instructs BD-RB to inverse telecine during 
  decoding and to reinsert pulldown flags on any 
  detected soft telecined (3:2 pulldown) 29.97fps 
  sources. IVTC also converts soft telecined 1080i 
  sources to 1080p. IVTC is recommended for 
  processing sources that are targeted for playback 
  on standalone units, but may not be suitable if the 
  final playback device is a  PC as some PC codecs 
  (e.g. the FFDSHOW AVC codec) don't sometimes play 
  back smoothly when pulldown flags are used.  
  Automatic IVTC for individual streams can be 
  manually deselected via the stream list (see bullet 
  1 above). 
- Corrected several instances in which a failed demux
  in TSMUXER could incorrectly result in the error
  "ExtractAudio Subs() 00053 1605" or other errors.
- Added a fix that corrects bad characters in the 
  source Volume ID that could prevent the creation 
  of the output folder. 
- Added code to distinguish between full pulldown and
  hybrid sources. Hybrid is marked with "***" in the
  streams window, soft telecine (pulldown) is "*".
- Corrected an error in which using LAVF on hybrid or
  pulldown sources could cause audio sync problems.
- Corrected an error in which starting and stopping
  a full backup under certain circumstances could
  cause incorrect OUT time values to be inserted
  during MPLS file updates.
- Updated the included version of X264.EXE to the
  latest release (r1732).
- Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE to the
  latest release (r1732).
- Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
Great!
After a short test it seems to work! (Prince of Persia).

I'll donate again! Great Work!
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