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Old 31st October 2019, 11:53   #541  |  Link
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Since several (if not most) m2ts files are used in all three editions, I guess there's no other way than to extract all wanted SUP-streams from the proper playlists seperately, edit them in my usual workflow, and add them manually to the proper editions in your "Disc to mkv" window?
I think this is the correct way.
I use BDSup2Sub for editing the subtitle streams directly in cE. After demuxing you can click the "Playback icon" and the extracted sup-stream is loaded automatically to BDSup2Sub.
I use this very often to check if the forced sups are present/correct set.

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Should I accidentally (or, on purpose) edit one or more subtitles from different editions (but present in the same m2ts stream) in different ways, can I run into problems?
Or will your tool mux all manually added SUP files intact (and asign each SUP-stream to it's proper edition).
I guess this is also correct. Editions are more or less a virtual construct. If sup-data and video/audio-data are in synch so all is fine.
Manually added sup streams will be muxed by MTX as a new separate stream, not appended like the m2ts files.
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Thanks hubblec4, I go work on it

Edit: I had some trouble before I could get your 'Disc to mkv' tool running. I had to rename BDSup2Sub version 1.02 to exactly 'bdsup2sub++1.0.2_Win32.exe'

Are you deliberately using that old version? I understand that there are younger and enhanced versions for this tool.

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Hi von Suppé

Yes I use the original names in cE. But you should not use the ++1.02 win.exe. This version has so many issues for editing the subs. Extracting works.
You should use the latest java version of BDSup2Sub.
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You should use the latest java version of BDSup2Sub.
hubblec4, can you please confirm then that the latest java version with the original name "BDSup2Sub512.jar" has to be renamed to "bdsup2sub++1.0.2_Win32.exe" to make it work in cE's 'Disc to mkv'? I'm having major doubts if I am doing the right thing here...
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The java version must not be renamed!!! You have to set two paths: one for BDSup2Sub folder and one more for java folder -> go to settings -> external programs.
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That was I was thinking, and I am trying my *ss off for a while to make it work as it should.
But, as said earlier, after pointing to the folder where I keep BDSup2Sub512.jar, after banging the green start button, I keep getting this error:

bdsup2sub++1.0.2_Win32.exe
External program not found

Edit: maybe I have a fault in my path to java: it's now C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre1.8.0_231\bin

Can you confirm this is the right path (for now)?

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C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_231\bin
this is my path to java.
What is your path to BDSup2Sub (java-version)? maybe is there an issue?


The original file name of for the java version is "BDSup2Sub.jar", so please rename your file (remove the version-number).

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Renaming the .jar file did the trick.

Now that things seem to work, I assume that cE has no problem with 32 bit version of java?
I once read you could have both 32 and 64 bit version.
I tried it out but ran into trouble launching .jar files so I went back to install 32 bit only.

Thanks hubblec4 :-)

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I once read you could have both 32 and 64 bit version.
I can not say which version is necessary for BDSup2Sub. Maybe both 32 or 64 bit working.
I use the 64bit version of java.
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I got the latest version after hearing it has the ChaptersDB included (was using a much older version).

Using a disc with a small studio logo m2ts before the full movie m2ts now. The MPLS loader nicely maps out what chapter belongs to which m2ts.
I want to remove the chapter that's associated with the studio logo, and have the rest sync back without it.

I tried "delete chapter" but this leaves the main m2ts chapters at the same time code. e.g first chapter was 00:00:00, 2nd 00:15:00. After I removed the first chapter the 2nd doesn't roll back to 00:00:00.

Is there a way to do this automatically, or do I have to manually use the time adjustment feature? Maybe there is and I couldn't find it.

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I tried "delete chapter" but this leaves the main m2ts chapters at the same time code. e.g first chapter was 00:00:00, 2nd 00:15:00. After I removed the first chapter the 2nd doesn't roll back to 00:00:00.

Is there a way to do this automatically, or do I have to manually use the time adjustment feature? Maybe there is and I couldn't find it.
Deleting chapters with an automatic to shift timestamps is not implemented.
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Deleting chapters with an automatic to shift timestamps is not implemented.
OK, thanks for confirming.
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