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Old 6th November 2019, 11:41   #1741  |  Link
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Hi,

In the last version, I don't see any BD3D2MK3D.cfg file ==> "BD3D2MK3D/BD3D2MK3D.cfg": no such file or directory

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Old 6th November 2019, 12:15   #1742  |  Link
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Hi r0lZ,


For the sake of your tool, I don't know if tsMuxer can have certain issues with demuxing BD iso's. I never encountered them, for 3D BD anyways.

This (de)muxer tool is rather dated, and you know filler56789 is busy with it in his tsMuxer Open Source thread.

Don't know if you were already aware of it, but as for purely demuxing, maybe a thought to look into this thread?: https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=177053

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In the last version, I don't see any BD3D2MK3D.cfg file ==> "BD3D2MK3D/BD3D2MK3D.cfg": no such file or directory
Well, I have just tested without the cfg file, and the program works perfectly. The cfg file is created when BD3D2MK3D is used for the first time, and doesn't issue an error message if the file doesn't exist. It has never been released with the program itself.

Have you installed BD3D2MK3D in a directory where you have full write access ? The CFG file is normally written in the installation directory. When exactly do you see the error message ?
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OK, I think I know why it fails. It's probably due to the accented character in the path ("vidéos"). I have already encountered a similar problem. Try to move the entire BD3D2MK3D folder elsewhere, or rename vidéos to videos, and I guess that everything will be fine.
In the meantime, I'll do some tests to see if I can fix that annoyance here...

[EDIT] I did the test here with exactly the same installation folder as you, and I have no problem. It's not the accented character that causes the problem. I'm puzzled.

Try to download again the program, and re-install it. Perhaps in another folder anyway. Who knows ?
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even if you tried something similar to my case, the cause was probably because of the name of the path (I would also say the accent).

The software is now located at A:\3D_MKV and everything is OK
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OK, thanks for the confirmation. Can I know if you have a French edition of Windows 10 ? That could also explain the issue. My native language is also French, but I prefer to work with Windows in English, and it's probably the only difference with your case.
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Can I know if you have a French edition of Windows 10 ?
Yes, Windows10 in French.
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BD3D2MK3D is in violation of the licensing terms for DGMVCSource. BD3D2MK3D is not licensed to use DGMVCSource. Please correct this immediately by removing it from your distribution.
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BD3D2MK3D is in violation of the licensing terms for DGMVCSource. BD3D2MK3D is not licensed to use DGMVCSource. Please correct this immediately by removing it from your distribution.
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Your explanation is irrelevant. You are violating my license and I demand that you remove my software. I do not grant you permission to use it. I will re-post this notification and demand after every post you ever make until you remove my software from your distribution.

You have FRIM. You do not need to rip me off.
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