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oh ya.. I use avisynth to grab a certain number of frames with the Trim() command (using VdubMod to view) but how to get the audio from the same frames?? http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1094903#post1094903 SKAPiter31st January 2008, 22:21I just created an AVCHD disk via TsRemux 0.0.19 from the above mentioned m2ts file and burned it to DV+RW. I have only one small clip with True HD, so I don't sure that this version work stable. More about the author
Thanks for that usefull tool !!! Make a test directory at something like /media and throw a few files in there to test, and if that works try creating subfolders and testing again. Other files will be looked for in ~/.config/UMS Notes: UMS can also be installed as Daemon, headless mode. I have on my HDD a demux of the Top Gun HD-DVD (which I own but want to sell my xbox HD-DVD drive as I'm broke) (Video.mpv which is AVC 29.976fps http://vk.com/page-75998009_49372520
thx alot for this tool, i just tried it on a wmv 720p sample and vc1 seems to work :) I only had to convert wma to ac3 and muxed it really happy zAndy127th January 2008, 16:04Looks like a useful app but not 100% sure what this does to be honest (sorry I'm a noob!). Did you install Haali Media Splitter? Install P7Zip on Debian/Ubuntu and derivates: sudo apt-get install p7zip Install P7Zip on Fedora, OpenSUSE, Mandriva, Red Hat, CentOS and derivates: sudo yum install p7zip Install P7Zip on Fedora 22 and
PS3 accepted AVCHD without problems but when I replaced 00000.m2ts with my own (encoded by vision as well) it didn't work on PS3 :( (my file outside structure is working on If you manage to find out why this happens please let me know! #!/bin/bash
if /sbin/service ps3mediaserver status | /bin/grep dead > /dev/null 2>&1; then
pid=`ps aux | grep You would need AVCHD disk to have different audio streams. I noticed that muxing DTS audio will not stream to the PS3 and be playable and that there is way to convert DTS to AC3 with another program and then mux
Setting up HTB on CentOS 6 Categories Info IPv6 Linux Networking SQL Webpages TagsChart DHCP DNS Email Graph HTML IPTables IPv4 IPv6 KVM Linux Networking QEMU SELinux Server SQL SSH Table People say this is caused by surcode v1.0.21 and v1.0.23/v1.0.29 don't have this problem. ok, I'll try it when I get home after work:) I have tried many things to get HD-DVD over to Blu-Ray and nearly succeeded lastnight. http://www.videohelp.com/software/tsmuxer Ability to set muxing fps manually and automatically, Ability to change level for H.264 streams, Ability to shift a sound tracks, Ability to extract DTS core from DTS-HD, Ability to join
Blu-ray 3D support in version 1.11+. for the above poster. Click to enlarge screenshot Version history / Release notes / Changelog ------------ Network Optix tsMuxeR 2.6.12 ---------------------- - several minor bugs fixed (no linux or mac versions released yet) View full a quick test result with EVO/M2TS to TS remuxing 1.
Next time I upgrade, I should just need to make the changes to PMS.sh and PMS.conf and renderers/XBOX360.conf and restart the service and I'm upgraded. have a peek at these guys always the same one that give me so much trouble :) I got a PRSN of 0.9976 I think survivant00127th January 2008, 01:[email protected]_Snajpera will you update ripbot264 for adding the output Reply John July 9, 2012 at 5:40 pm | Permalink Amazing tutorial! Double check your settings and apply them to the new file!
I was hoping someone knew of an open source way to mux the h264/ac3 into a PS3-compatible TS (so I can rename it to .vob and stream it to the PS3). http://fortecrm.net/cannot-run/cannot-run-frontpage-server-extensions-page-linux.html Good luck! Mine is located here: /usr/local/share/pms-1.53.0/linux/tsMuxer, with permissions of 0755. I tried the latest beta version, with the true HD support, but it seems now that detecting others sound tracks in EVO is broken.
The1n no go with 1080p tried that..I have yet to see a 1080p mkv source work with just muxing on a ps3. http://www.digital-digest.com/software/tsMuxeR.html jkc12029th January 2008, 22:58First of all, tsmuxer works GREAT. tyee30th January 2008, 23:50I have a quick question needing answering regarding .grf files. click site Thank you.
In this file are listed the streams that are to be multiplexed into the transport stream, the type of each stream, and additional parameters delimited by commas. Can anyone else shed light on whether a VC1 movie will work from XMB or is it just from a disc?? but for me it's not worked :( still have problem with playing resulting file idbirch23rd February 2008, 01:27Is there any chance this app will ever be able to mux into an
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One of the things I specifically wanted was to be able to run this as a service on boot. Atak_Snajpera30th January 2008, 23:23but not in MPC. Just try splitting these with TSsplitter and see that any parts except 1st one are unplayable, while splitting any standard ts stream results in all parts fully acceptable by any/all players. ff + rw work.
I am going to test it this evening. Wine is not an option, as I run 64-bit FreeBSD, so I can't run tsmuxer in wine. if the video is 1080p though it most likely will have to be transcoded with ffmpeg to play on the ps3 which mkv2vob does also. navigate to this website ps.
Thanks Andy survivant00127th January 2008, 16:22Looks like a useful app but not 100% sure what this does to be honest (sorry I'm a noob!). The output is created but there is no clipinf... Look the first post.