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Old 28th June 2017, 05:55   #1641  |  Link
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HI , I am new to tsMuxeR and it tried to remove some audio tracks from M2TS file to edit my bluray. After i remove the track i just made .ISO. It played on my computer but did not play on bluray player. No video.

I used default settings . Is there any setting i should select, I just want to remove unwanted audio tracks from M2TS file. leave others untouched.

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Old 22nd July 2017, 03:05   #1642  |  Link
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Try with tsmuxer to create bluray folders, and replace m2ts, clpi, mpls, inserting them into the original bluray structure, renaming the files as originally, using hexadecimal editor for the playlist mpls, writing the original m2ts number inside
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Old 31st July 2017, 17:24   #1643  |  Link
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I have an Apple ProRes master that I have to encode to HEVC 50fps progressive 20'000 kbit/s 10bit, audio AC3 384 kbit/s stereo to broadcast.
I now have both the .hevc video file and the .ac3 audio file, but when I try to mux it to .ts using tsmuxer it says "frame rate not found" and specifies 23.976fps by default.
Unfortunately, I can't change it in the GUI, 'cause it offers me 24, 25, 30, 23.976 or 29.970 fps only.
I would like to mux it to 50 fps.
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Old 31st July 2017, 17:47   #1644  |  Link
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If you can't change it in the GUI use the CLI.

But do you really need .ts? Broadcasters often want some kind of "master" like ProRes and do the re-encoding themselves.
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Old 31st July 2017, 21:13   #1645  |  Link
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Yep, I know, I generally send XDCAM 50Mbit/s .mxf for 1080i contents (MPEG-2) but in this case they want a .ts with HEVC and some specific settings. I guess that their workflow isn't ready for the conversion (yet) and they just have playout ports to play contents and air them. Anyway, I remuxed it with ffmpeg.
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Old 21st August 2017, 15:00   #1646  |  Link
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Hi everybody

I'm trying to remux the Prometheus 3D bluray into "main movie only"-iso. I'm using tsMuxeR version 2.6.9. as I've learned in another thread that the later versions should have certain issues.

Anyways, as a lot of you know, the left-right eye order is swapped on this particular disc. So I check the "Use base videostream for right eye" box, but the result still has the wrong eye order. Now I can swap the order manually during playback of course, but maybe someone knows why this does not work? I thought this option was to be able to correct swapped eye order?

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Old 21st August 2017, 16:13   #1647  |  Link
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Hello, use the hexadecimal editor, type (xvi32), open * .mpls main, change ascii @ symbol or hexadecimal 40, find the second line starting from high, to 50 hexadecimal or p ascii, this reverses the eyes.
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Old 21st August 2017, 17:43   #1648  |  Link
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Hello, use the hexadecimal editor, type (xvi32), open * .mpls main, change ascii @ symbol or hexadecimal 40, find the second line starting from high, to 50 hexadecimal or p ascii, this reverses the eyes.
Wow, thanks for your quick answer, but you're way over my head. What hex editor, where can I find this?
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Old 21st August 2017, 18:29   #1649  |  Link
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http://www.chmaas.handshake.de/delph...vi32/xvi32.htm
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Old 21st August 2017, 18:49   #1650  |  Link
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I appreciate your help, but can you do a little walk-through here? This is the first time I'm using a hex-editor and I don't understand.

I have been able to open the right .mpls file. And I think I understand "hexidecimal 40". Please say, you mean the one addressed between "3F" and "41", right?

From here I'm lost. Please can you explain further what to do?

Thanks in advance

Edit: Did you get my reply on the pm, ocean? Can't find any copy in my sent box

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any suggestion on how to get this to working on Ubuntu 16.04?

I downloaded the tarball but it's looking for a library. I suppose it's missing other libraries.

A list of required libraries would be great. Thanks
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Old 12th October 2017, 07:17   #1652  |  Link
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Any chance to get an update for tsmuxer with UHD bluray support??
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Any chance to get an update for tsmuxer with UHD bluray support??
Until the author (physic) is reborn from his own ashes, nope.
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Until the author (physic) is reborn from his own ashes, nope.
Indeed... It's such a shame. I hope he's happy, well and okay...
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