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Old 13th November 2016, 16:03   #25221  |  Link
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BD3D to M2TS

Hi,

I rip my 3D discs to m2ts with film only mode. BD -> FILM ONLY folder, get m2ts. it's the only way i find to rip br3D and play on my oppo.

on some films, left and right eyes are inverted (edge of tomorrow, The Jungle Book). on my tv, i can invert while playing, but i don't have the option on my projector.

is there a way to invert eyes at the creation of the backup?
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Old 13th November 2016, 17:18   #25222  |  Link
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Hi guys, I have a Bluray copy on my hd of Alice Through the looking Glass 3D and I donīt have any system that support 3D, I mean, My Bluray player, My Led TV etc dont support 3D, so, I can see on BD rebullder settings the "Process 3D video sources as 2d for backup" so I encoded this movie and I tried it on my computer with Powerdvd and ask me for 3D

So I wonder if this option of Bd rebuilder is to convert the 3D to 2d? or what exactly does that function? and thereīs some way to encode with Bd rebuilder the 3D to 2d?

Thank you for your time guys
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Old 13th November 2016, 17:30   #25223  |  Link
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Hi guys, I have a Bluray copy on my hd of Alice Through the looking Glass 3D and I donīt have any system that support 3D, I mean, My Bluray player, My Led TV etc dont support 3D, so, I can see on BD rebullder settings the "Process 3D video sources as 2d for backup" so I encoded this movie and I tried it on my computer with Powerdvd and ask me for 3D

So I wonder if this option of Bd rebuilder is to convert the 3D to 2d? or what exactly does that function? and thereīs some way to encode with Bd rebuilder the 3D to 2d?

Thank you for your time guys
You should be able to... I'll do some testing an make sure it's still working right.
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Old 13th November 2016, 17:36   #25224  |  Link
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Did as you suggested: clean install and selected DirectshowSource. Unfortunatelly it is still taking almost 8 hrs to process a movie that would previously take no more than 4 hrs. Thank you for the time to try and help.
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Then I'm guessing you are still using X264/LAVF -- and if that is selected automatically you didn't install LAV Filters (or FFDSHOW) correctly.
In the next release of BD-RB there will a change that automatically uses an older version of X264 if you have selected X264/LAVF for decoding. That should solve your speed problem. I may post it later today or tomorrow.
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Old 13th November 2016, 18:23   #25225  |  Link
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The thing with 3D is that even if you process it with the option to treat as 2D, that doesn't mean that the java code on the disc will allow it. Certain code can exist that enforces the need for a 3D capable playback device, regardless of the fact if BDRB made the video 2D or not. There's nothing BDRB can do about that.
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Old 13th November 2016, 19:09   #25226  |  Link
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The thing with 3D is that even if you process it with the option to treat as 2D, that doesn't mean that the java code on the disc will allow it. Certain code can exist that enforces the need for a 3D capable playback device, regardless of the fact if BDRB made the video 2D or not. There's nothing BDRB can do about that.
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Old 13th November 2016, 19:11   #25227  |  Link
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BD Rebuilder v0.50.19

I have updated the first post of this thread with a link to the latest version of BD-RB (v0.50.19). Changes for this release:
Code:
- Added the ASS/SSA subtitle format to those
  supported during import (converts to SRT).
- Fixed an error during import in which weird
  source size could result in an AddBorders()
  filter appendix that causes encode failure 
  (YV12 AddBorders parameters must be MOD2).
- Corrected an issue in which framerates that
  are slightly off might prevent import from
  converting to pseudo-bd format.
- Modified code so that SRT files that exist
  in an import folder that have the same name
  as selected video files (except with an SRT
  extension) will be automatically imported.  
  Also see the IMPORT_SRT_LANG hidden option 
  in HIDDENOPTS.TXT for setting a default 
  language for the imported SRT.  Note that 
  SRTs that are embedded in a source stream
  retain their specified language and are not
  affected by the IMPORT_SRT_LANG setting.
- Included an older version of X264 for users
  that use X264/LAVF frame serving.  Newer
  X264 versions run significantly slower in 
  this mode (probably due to libavformat 
  updates that are slower).
- Added code that will recognize when sources
  using AC3 with variable bitrate might have
  an incorrect bitrate in the header.
- Updated the included version of X264.EXE to 
  the latest release (r2721).
- Updated the included version of X264-64.EXE 
  to  the latest release (r2721).
- Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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Old 13th November 2016, 20:44   #25228  |  Link
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Thank you jdobbs!
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Old 14th November 2016, 03:10   #25229  |  Link
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In these specific projects of mine I will use ffmpeg instead.
You are welcome. Hopefully that works just fine.
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Old 14th November 2016, 19:36   #25230  |  Link
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Just wanted to let you know that I received your gift card -- but, for some reason, I didn't get a return address in the e-mail. So I'm posting here to let you know I got it -- and to thank you -- your generosity is greatly appreciated!
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I have updated the first post of this thread with a link to the latest version of BD-RB (v0.50.19).
I have to assume, that based upon the change list, that allowing a single menu item is not in this release.
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Old 15th November 2016, 02:25   #25232  |  Link
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X264: Wrong version found

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I have updated the first post of this thread with a link to the latest version of BD-RB (v0.50.19). Changes for this release:
Code:
- Included an older version of X264 for users
  that use X264/LAVF frame serving.  Newer
  X264 versions run significantly slower in 
  this mode (probably due to libavformat 
  updates that are slower).
Hi! Thanks for another update...!!!

In this new update, I have the following error:

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[11/14/16] Checking System Settings
- BD-Rebuilder v0.50.19
- Windows Version: 6.2 [9200]
- Working Path Free Space: 6,78GB
- AVISYNTH Version: 2.6.0.6, Ok
- LAVFILTERS: Ok
- X264: Wrong version found
- AFTEN: Ok
- FAAC: Ok
- MP4BOX: Ok
- WAVI: Ok
- TSMUXER: Ok
- FRIMEncode: Ok
- FRIMDecode: Ok
[11/14/16] Systems Settings Check complete
Will the new version of x264 be the cause? How could you solve it?
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I have to assume, that based upon the change list, that allowing a single menu item is not in this release.
No. Sorry. I'll get to work on that tomorrow. I'm also going to work on the ability to make BD-5/9 menus that will work (AVCHD). I got a couple gift-card donations this week and got me thinking I might spend some more time on it.
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Hi! Thanks for another update...!!!

In this new update, I have the following error:



Will the new version of x264 be the cause? How could you solve it?
That's a mistake on my part -- It appears I forgot to update the X264 checksum when I released the new version. Just ignore it.
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I wish I could somehow change the Amazon Gift card link to reflect something smaller than the $50 default -- that might turn people off. Does anybody know how to do that?
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In the next release of BD-RB there will a change that automatically uses an older version of X264 if you have selected X264/LAVF for decoding. That should solve your speed problem. I may post it later today or tomorrow.
With the updated BD-RB version the longer encoding time issue for me is still present. I experimented using X264/LAVF and then DirectshowSource. With using X264/LAVF the encoding time was approximately an hour less but still almost 7 hours in total for the whole process. Another thing is that with the last two versions of BD-RB my CPU utilization seems to have become a lot heavier during Pass 1. The PC is now far less responsive even if used for web browsing. This was not the case before even during Pass 2.
CPU - Intel Core i7 4770, 8Gb RAM.

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This has probably been asked but I couldn't find the answer to help me decide. The question is in setup under decoding/frame serving there are 4 choices the only two I have used are the top two "Use DirectshowSource for frame serving or Use X264's internal". Which one is better to use and a quick explanation of why, or even the last two (I've never used the last two) but maybe their better.

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This has probably been asked but I couldn't find the answer to help me decide. The question is in setup under decoding/frame serving there are 4 choices the only two I have used are the top two "Use DirectshowSource for frame serving or Use X264's internal". Which one is better to use and a quick explanation of why, or even the last two (I've never used the last two) but maybe their better.

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I just keep it on DirectshowSource. There are lots of features that require that aren't supported via X264/LAVF, like iVTC, some resizing, adding/removing borders, etc. The truth is that if you have LAV filters or FFDSHOW installed, and something is set that requires it -- it is used even if you have selected X264/LAVF. The only reason to really use X264/LAVF is if it is faster on your computer. I think that's rare (at least to any significant effect). But if you get a few fps more -- then you might want to use it. The downside is that some recent changes in X264 seem to make it slower...

If you are using an Intel processor that is supported by the Intel SDK library, you may get some extra speed out of FRIM -- but it's really there to support 3D, and it gets set automatically for that when needed.

DGDecNV is probably the best choice for everyday use -- but it costs money (you have to buy a license). It also requires a supported Nvidia video card, and if you are using Win10 the list of supported cards has shrunken (many older cards don't work anymore).
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Thanks jdobbs for the quick reply on which to use.

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