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Old 30th October 2020, 22:47   #30141  |  Link
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Looking at the code snippet you posted, the file name in the path does not look like a BD. Is the source from a BD50 disk or a download?
It's from a BD50 disk. I ripped everything to the HDD to do the backup
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Old 31st October 2020, 15:20   #30142  |  Link
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It's from a BD50 disk. I ripped everything to the HDD to do the backup
I find that extremely doubtful. No retail disc ever uses a volume name such as "TRUE.DETECTIVE.S01.DISC2". That is a naming scheme typically used with "the warez scene" and illegal downloads.
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I find that extremely doubtful. No retail disc ever uses a volume name such as "TRUE.DETECTIVE.S01.DISC2". That is a naming scheme typically used with "the warez scene" and illegal downloads.
Let me see if I understand. So I come in here reporting a problem with the software and I all I get is somebody calling me a liar. What do you know about me, who are you anyway? I doubt you're the authority here and you're already making assumptions. And let's not even go to your superior intellect saying that your clue is indisputable. So if the naming of the folder is not to your liking that means it's an illegal download, wow, you must be the top detective in your town. And let's also not go as to how you know that's a "typically used" scheme, it seems to me you're the one visiting the "warez scene".

The nerve of some people. For your information I name all my rips in the same manner whether you like it or not. If you're not gonna help or won't gonna help, or worst of all can't help then spare me your comments.

And yes, I'm upset because you have no right to be making assumptions about me. At least show some sign that you have a clue about the problem, all you have done is question me without even trying to help so what's the deal here?

Anyway it doesn't matter. It's obvious that this is not a support forum but more like a fan club, only members of the "gang" get help here with their questions. It's been days and not a soul has a clue as to the problem, or even worse they're saying nothing because I'm not in the "circle". If the source has secondary video I'll just use x264 and problem solved. Have a good day.
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Old 1st November 2020, 14:25   #30144  |  Link
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Regarding the "visiting", ever heard of the torrentfreak new site? Nobody here is explicitly saying you're lying, or anything like it. All we're saying is that (based on multiple other posters here) everyone that used a source rip named like that as a volume label, every single one of them had problems. Every single one of them used a pirated rip, which in turn had been pre-processed by other tools (non-bdrb) which then cause problems for processing with bdrb.

And no, i havent done anything but question you. The other guy was CV91913, that guy aint me.
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I have helped friends who've donated to BD-RB through me that don't trust online...and hope I won't get fraud, and I showed them my naming scheme. I've also watched / helped them decide how to handle seasonal discs. Many discs have wonky names, but not once I saw yours, or others that come here with that filename with the periods between. I use a different method so I can see differences right away when I look later between processed and original, and tests processes. So...it does LOOK a bit suspect. You're also coming across really heated and that's usually a sign of distraction away from what the caught person is doing. I've come across that many times in my life, with different people and situations and almost always that's what's happening. In magic it's called distraction away from what's happening...so the illusion can be preformed. Does pretty well with living energy, but not so well in text with people whom are good at context & comprehension. As someone we know types, IF the truth doesn't do it...[attempt to] dazzle them with B.S.. Haha!
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Old 1st November 2020, 19:02   #30146  |  Link
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I doubt you're [Ch3vr0n] the authority here
While not the authority (as if there is one), Ch3vr0n is definitely a respected authority here, with a long history of valuable contributions to the forum. You could hope to do as well...if you lose the entitled attitude.
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Old 2nd November 2020, 14:53   #30147  |  Link
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Well, I made a long post documenting my findings but I guess it was too long or something because the moderator didn't see fit to publish it, so I wasted my time there. Instead I'm going to try and document an interesting finding. It seems the problem lies in the command line. While doing the encode I went to the LASTCMD.TXT file and found this:



In other words, it's encoding the wrong file. It's supposed to be encoding the file 00045.track_6912.264 and instead it's being directed to the .m2ts without any indication to the secondary video except in the end. So what happens is that the software encodes the main movie only with a different set of commands, that explains the file size. I'm not the expert here but maybe there's the problem.
I'll take a look at the code and see if I can figure out why it is selecting the wrong track.
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Proper BD title
True Detective Season 1 Disc 2 (3 Episodes)
[TRUE_DETECTIVE_DISC2]
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Old 2nd November 2020, 19:49   #30149  |  Link
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HEVC8bit

Hello, im doing a backup of some of my blu-ray films & use MP4 for playback on my htpc which is connected to a tv (so i can store the discs away for safe keeping), ive been using HEVC MP4 from the alternate output (to take advantage of the extra compression from HEVC), i noticed the output is HEVC10bit, as the original source is AVC8bit is there a way to do HEVC8bit within bd-rb i cant find a setting to do this. Thanks
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Old 2nd November 2020, 20:31   #30150  |  Link
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Can someone help with a re encode speed issue? I have a computer that's about two years old with an Intel i5 7600K CPU with 4 cores. Recently I did a clean re install of Win10, and for some reason video encoding is now much slower. Prior to the re install, the video recode speed would be at about 0.95 or so, and the recode would take about the length of the movie. For reasons I don't understand, I am now getting recode speed about 0.6. I have not changed any settings in BD RB or in any of the supporting programs. Using CPUID HWMonitor I can see that all four cores are being utilized to between 95-100%. I don't imagine there would be any throttling, as the core tests are in the mid 60's C.

Here is my BD Rebuilder INI file if that helps:

[Options]
VERSION=0.61.0.18
ENCODER=0
MODE=3
ENCODE_QUALITY=2
ONEPASS_ENCODING=2
AUTO_QUALITY=0
TARGET_SIZE=23500
AUTO_BURN=2
PRIORITY_CLASS=0
[Paths]
SOURCE_PATH=G:\*********\
WORKING_PATH=G:\*********\NEW FOLDER\

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Well, I made a long post documenting my findings but I guess it was too long or something because the moderator didn't see fit to publish it, so I wasted my time there. Instead I'm going to try and document an interesting finding. It seems the problem lies in the command line. While doing the encode I went to the LASTCMD.TXT file and found this:



In other words, it's encoding the wrong file. It's supposed to be encoding the file 00045.track_6912.264 and instead it's being directed to the .m2ts without any indication to the secondary video except in the end. So what happens is that the software encodes the main movie only with a different set of commands, that explains the file size. I'm not the expert here but maybe there's the problem.
I'll take a look at the code and see if I can figure out why it is selecting the wrong track.
I just looked at the code... and yes, there is a bug when reencoding using NVENCC on secondary video tracks. It's related to BD-RBs preference to use NVIDIA's internal hardware decoding (rather than an AVS) when possible. It failed to account for secondary video. I'll fix it for the next release.
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I just looked at the code... and yes, there is a bug when reencoding using NVENCC on secondary video tracks. It's related to BD-RBs preference to use NVIDIA's internal hardware decoding (rather than an AVS) when possible. It failed to account for secondary video. I'll fix it for the next release.
Thank you very much, I really appreciate it. As I said before, you're the man.
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Yes, of course. According to your commandline (marked red) you encoded it with a CQM of 20 rather than about 23 as before. Hence the bitrate increased from about 4000 to 7000kbps.
And you shouldn't worry much about the --multipass 2pass-full. Slower presets include it silently and it is actually no longer needed explicitly. If it is still there it does no harm though. It's a legacy. Maybe you should update your NVIDIA drivers.

Edit: And btw. your "Not working" was a bitrate (--vbr 1105) rather than a quality based (--vbr 0 --vbr-quality 20) encode.
Sorry for the super late answer. I have been very busy. But I did get some tests done. Unfortunately no positive results. I was tinkering with NVencC encoding parameters and manually inserted the encoded file to see if I got any results, and while I did get a somewhat clearer picture the artifacts was still there.

And yes I double checked the Nvidia drivers were up to date. There's also new drivers out now but there's no difference with them.

On another note I have tried the disc on both DVDFab and CloneBD and both is working for me without pixelation, so something different is done there in the process.

@jdobbs btw.. NVEncC 5.19 is out with a bugfix related to --repeat-headers

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JDobbs, I haven't noticed any speedups with NVECNCC but the my board is a GeForce GTX so I don't expect it to be fast as your "WOW!!!" was after getting your new board. However, I also notice MULTIPROCESS still is still disabled. Not a big deal as the older BD-RB functions well for that.
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jdobbs,

i m try to encoding (Back.to.the.Future.Part.II.1989.2160P.UHD.FULL DISC ) BD25 to. getting some error! how to fix it, plzz help, THANX.

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And here we go again ...
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i m try to encoding (Back.to.the.Future.Part.II.1989.2160P.UHD.FULL DISC ) BD25 to. getting some error! how to fix it, plzz help, THANX.

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https://imgur.com/rA6EsDK
Why not go back to your original disc and try again...
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Why not go back to your original disc and try again...
i do it 10 time. but same error.
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i do it 10 time. but same error.
Maybe you should have read the rules 10 times before you posted.. Read rule #6 again.

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OK Folks here's a strange issue I am encountering
Previously (with my old GPU (GTX750)) I could only use NVENC on 1080 sources not 2160.
So having upgraded my card (GTX 1660 S) my UHD encodes are now flying along ! really happy days.

However, when I now go to encode a 1080p source using NVENC the burnt disc when played on my standalone Sony player results in bad pixelation
https://imgur.com/EVGge7K
Note, this is not seen on any UHD discs nor on any HD sources encoded with X264, nor when playing via PowerDVD, nor when I was using my old card!
After further testing I can also play the NVENC encoded file via PLEX on my TV and with any software players on the PC, it seems only to manifest itself when playing from disc on standalone blu-ray player(s)
Having tried it now with three different discs, I'm loathe to waste any more coasters, as it seems I'm unable to test before burning.
Any help or suggestions gladly accepted
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