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Old 17th February 2023, 17:37   #1301  |  Link
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If one chooses Blu-ray ISO or Blu-ray folder, yes, (wasn't it already ?),
(can not speak for other users that want to have .ts and .m2ts untouched, but yes, to me it would be welcome)
and while we are at it:
If Blu-ray ISO or Blu-ray folder, please add preload --start-time=524250, this is vital.
AddSEI and AddSPS have been moved to ini settings, so it is now user's choice.
I'll look at this --start-time thing.
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Old 18th February 2023, 07:06   #1302  |  Link
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I guess this post will give the best hint: underflow of a register/counter

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...92#post1916192

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Looks like backwards overflow of a 32-bit counter !
(2^32 = 4294967296)

4294967296 - 4294443016 = 524280 !
There is the magic number.
What power of 2 is next ? 2^19 = 524288.

This offset indicates that somewhere 19 bits might be shifted
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"Split by size" is broken in newest builds, only works for less than 4 GiB values, any higher value gets ignored.
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Old 4th May 2023, 23:40   #1304  |  Link
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I remux a 4k and 1080p mkv movies with "Start mux time - 45 khz clock" = 0 and when put the resulting playlist in tsMuxer, it say "0:10:00.000 y 27000000". And you recommend EDIT-524280 or more, so looks this is fixed.

The strange think was that the 1080p mkv Check by default "Force BD-ROM V3 format". I always thinks that was for 4k movies only.
EDIT: Forgot to say i checked this again and the the movie is HEVC.

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Hello justdan96!

Just wanted to say thank you very much for this one-of-a-kind must-have software!
Couldn't do without it!

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Old 6th June 2023, 08:40   #1306  |  Link
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Thanks for updating and working on tsMuxer, much appreciated!
Question about latest pre-release "Nightly build from 2023-06-04-02-47-33".
There is no w64.zip release, yet? Maybe later?
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Old 7th June 2023, 10:21   #1307  |  Link
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Hi
I have some questions for demuxing.
Is there a mechanic to remove the duplicated frames for audio when the move is splitted in many small m2ts files, like eac3to or DGDemux do?
Is it possible to demux the forced sups at the same time when I demux a sup stream which contains forced sups, like DGDemux it do?
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Old 11th June 2023, 02:29   #1308  |  Link
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Can someone help me with this command, please ?

I would like to modify this to use tsmuxer instead of ffmpeg..

"C:\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg.exe" -y -i "%OUTPUTFILEDIR%\%OUTPUTFILENAME%.%OUTPUTFILEEXT%" -c:v copy -c:a copy -c:s copy "c:\temp\%OUTPUTFILENAME%-test.m2ts"

Converting an .mkv with DV metadata using ffmpeg, removes the DV metadata, tsmuxer does not
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Dear friends, I use a translator to communicate here, I admit I could not master 66 pages to find a solution to my question, especially in a translator. A couple of years ago, what I was interested in was discussed and I did not fully understand whether a solution was found, when repacking mp4 DV to TS, the file remains working on an LG OLED TV, but subtitles are converted to pgs, as I understood, special tsMuxeR assemblies were created that are able to make subtitles work on embedded TV players if this is really the case, tell me which version you need to use, preferably the latest one suitable for my task, if no solution has been found, but there is something I should know about, please write about it.
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Dear friends, I use a translator to communicate here, I admit I could not master 66 pages to find a solution to my question, especially in a translator. A couple of years ago, what I was interested in was discussed and I did not fully understand whether a solution was found, when repacking mp4 DV to TS, the file remains working on an LG OLED TV, but subtitles are converted to pgs, as I understood, special tsMuxeR assemblies were created that are able to make subtitles work on embedded TV players if this is really the case, tell me which version you need to use, preferably the latest one suitable for my task, if no solution has been found, but there is something I should know about, please write about it.
Even with the very latest nightly build, .srt subtitles get converted to pgs, and as also an owner of an LG TV, they don't display.

The ONLY way to get the subtitles to work is to have a separate .srt file, named exactly the same as the video file, in the same folder as the video, then they will be displayed.

I use, .m2ts....

Trust me, I have been doing a lot of these, recently.

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TDS, I am aware of what you have described, but it seemed to me that what I asked was discussed in this topic, it seems that a solution was even found, perhaps I am mistaken. Developers of new versions of tsmuxer can somehow fix this point and force them to forcibly add non-converted subtitles, or it is not technically possible as a container.ts can't work any other way?
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MPEG TS are not like MKV files, they are not meant to carry SRT subtitles. You could embed SRT data in packets that uses a custom, non-reserved, PID but then you also need to customize your video player software to tell it that this PID is SRT data. So essentially you are creating a solution for yourself, out of spec.
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cubicibo, this is very interesting, and you can learn more about how to do what you wrote or give a link if there is a ready-made instruction somewhere, thank you
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cubicibo, this is very interesting, and you can learn more about how to do what you wrote or give a link if there is a ready-made instruction somewhere, thank you
There is no way to modify the software of the embedded video player on an LG TV.

I've suggested the easiest way to do it !!!
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TDS, accepted, this is a very offensive reality, thank you.
Unfortunately, the method with separate subtitles is not suitable because of the large number of them
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TDS, accepted, this is a very offensive reality, thank you.
Unfortunately, the method with separate subtitles is not suitable because of the large number of them
Is there more than one subtitle per video ??

If so, that could be a problem
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TDS, уes, that's right, that's why I thought that we were already able to circumvent this restriction and forced tsmuxer to forcibly add non-converted srt subtitles to the container, but as it turned out, these are just my dreams
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Can someone help me with this command, please ?

I would like to modify this to use tsmuxer instead of ffmpeg..

"C:\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg.exe" -y -i "%OUTPUTFILEDIR%\%OUTPUTFILENAME%.%OUTPUTFILEEXT%" -c:v copy -c:a copy -c:s copy "c:\temp\%OUTPUTFILENAME%-test.m2ts"

Converting an .mkv with DV metadata using ffmpeg, removes the DV metadata, tsmuxer does not
Tsmuxer in cli is a lot more complicated than ffmpeg because you have to specify each track ID and language in a meta file.

The DoVi_Scripts have a workflow that can batch mux mp4/mkv to ts. It can also automatically add a silent core to TrueHD for bluray compatibility.
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Any new way to convert a cropped Dolby Vision mkv to a m2ts WITH black bars? For the Oppo 203 ofc
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Any new way to convert a cropped Dolby Vision mkv to a m2ts WITH black bars? For the Oppo 203 ofc
Nope... And I doubt such an option will ever happen!
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