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Old 12th October 2017, 10:56   #1  |  Link
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Mpeg2-TS to mpeg-ts without information loss?!

Greetings its me again and my Dolby Vision problem

Now if there is a m2ts file with a Dolby Vision enhancement layer (as the newest eac3to version calls it) and the tv doesnt play it cause he only knows how to get mpeg-ts working, is there a good way to make that happen?
Usually tsmuxer would do it but unfortunately it doesnt work. Any new tsmuxer version coming for sth. like that? Or is there another great software for that?

Thanks and god bless you all
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Old 12th October 2017, 18:32   #2  |  Link
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Hi @d3rd3vil,

As mentioned within other replies about Dolby Vision... Until more is known about how Dolby Vision content is flagged, nobody is able to create 'freeware' muxing tools to accommodate it.

And sadly there are currently very few Dolby Vision sources available to play with!

Sufficed to say, there's no need to keep submitting new posts about this subject. Everybody who's in a position to make Dolby Vision muxing/re-muxing happen knows about the situation...
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Ok I understand. Well lets wait forever then ^^ With time comes knowledge
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