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Old 8th March 2019, 22:30   #161  |  Link
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I have some 4K UHD HDR movies with a mkv format and I want to create a blu-ray structure for each one using TSMUXER.
I AM NOT planning to burn them and use a standalone player, but I am thinking of playing the blu-ray folder structure movie using PowerDVD on my 4K laptop and connect it to my A/V Receiver with an 4K HDMI cable to watch them.

Hi rpareja, I do not know the specifications of your laptop, but PowerDVD requires certain features to read Blu-Ray structure 4K HDR, SGX feature etc..:
https://www.cyberlink.com/support/pr...Id=-1&keyword=
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Old 8th March 2019, 23:49   #162  |  Link
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Hi rpareja, I do not know the specifications of your laptop, but PowerDVD requires certain features to read Blu-Ray structure 4K HDR, SGX feature etc..:
https://www.cyberlink.com/support/pr...Id=-1&keyword=
Thanks Ocean,

There is no problem at all with PowerDVD, because the laptop is an i9 8th Generation Dell with 4k Display and full 4K blu-ray structures are being played fine.

I am just worried about the directory structure generated by TSMUXER.
- Should I run TSM2UDH after processing the mkv file and create the blu-ray structure?
- Or if not planning to burn the results from TSMUXER to a physical disc, I should not worry about running this utility?

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Old 9th March 2019, 00:55   #163  |  Link
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- Should I run TSM2UDH after processing the mkv file and create the blu-ray structure?
- Or if not planning to burn the results from TSMUXER to a physical disc, I should not worry about running this utility?
Yes, you need to run TSM2UDH after processing the mkv file, and creating the blu-ray structure, read first post of jdobbs:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=175120
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Thanks again Ocean.

I was trying to be clear about this program and my doubts were precisely because of the comment on the first post (the bold part):

"The purpose of this software is to examine the output of TSMUXER v 2.6.12 and make changes that are required in order to make that structure readable and compatible with a standard UHD-BD standalone player."

I thought that a standalone player was considered to be a physical 4K blu-ray player and that if I never plan to use one, maybe there was no need to run this software.
I don't know if software like PowerDVD, VLC Player, etc. are also considered to be standalone players.

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Old 10th March 2019, 00:38   #165  |  Link
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"The purpose of this software is to examine the output of TSMUXER v 2.6.12 and make changes that are required in order to make that structure readable and compatible with a standard UHD-BD standalone player."
Yes, but then if you always read from the first post:
"When TSMUXER v2.6.12 was created there was still much that hadn't been decided in the UHD-BD standard".
This applies to both physical Blu-Ray and folder structure, it is necessary to always use after TSM2UHD, to be compatible with UHD-BD specifications.

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I don't know if software like PowerDVD, VLC Player, etc. are also considered to be standalone players.
PowerDVD is the only certified to read Blu-Ray UHD on pc, but there are other software for pc, dvdfab player, MPC-BE also paired with madVR, etc.
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Yes, but then if you always read from the first post:
"When TSMUXER v2.6.12 was created there was still much that hadn't been decided in the UHD-BD standard".
This applies to both physical Blu-Ray and folder structure, it is necessary to always use after TSM2UHD, to be compatible with UHD-BD specifications.


I missed that extremely important part!!!
Now I understand the concept better, thank you very much OCEAN!!

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