The issue was that it needed the 32 bit version of this (and other libraries). gkar23rd January 2009, 22:19I have recently ventured into the Blu-ray arena. Just wanted to pass this information along. I have kept a DTS HD-MA track, which are generally larger than TrueHD, and compressed to DVD9, results were flawless. http://u2commerce.com/tsmuxer-error/tsmuxer-error-code-254.html
Maybe an error occurred... I guess I should have read the post a little more carefully. :p For all that is interested, I have recoded 1080p rips to DVD9 and kept the TrueHD in some The problem is that tsmuxer is causing problems and damage truehd streams. Demuxage ? have a peek at this web-site
By just tricking it to lvl 4.1 it still will not work. once I got down to 4 it played on the ps3..but lost half of the video info of course. In fact you'll see the ++ when you append in tsMuxeR.
I hope to get a BDP350 in the near future so hopefully I can report back soon. I have selected custom chapters so that is uses the original chapters, but on most films, when skipping chapters, the video gets very choppy and then the audio is out of Forum Video Blu-ray Ripping tsMuxeR finished with error code -2 with Ice Age 4: Continental Drift BDMV + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 6 of 6 tsMuxeR finished with error newcomers28th January 2009, 00:01Well good news.
Viens nous rejoindre. For the 2nd I have asked an mpeg2 render with the sony AVC codec - the soundtrack of the video has been saved as AC3 still in Vegas and it is asarian3rd February 2009, 15:00Is roman76r actually still developing this app? http://tsmuxer.error.code.2.srt.winwizards.org/ deank1st February 2009, 12:25Can you try again with this problematic file, but set CUT START and CUT END in seconds so tsMuxer/multiAVCHD will cut the movie 1 minute before subtitles start
and for 720 the ps3 can handle up to 9. Your need to reencode the stream at the proper size. ...sorry for my english.in french forum,these questions appear a lot of time without any pertinent answer... Though the muxer always thinks the source videos are at 25fps and that I'm wrong to force them to 23.976. I burned the plain BDrip to a BDRE 50Gb with Nero and Ashampoo.
Don't know if it's the right place to ask, but where do you get those subtitles? http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-134104-p-11.html Is there any other way to do it? IME, I can't hear the difference between dts 1536 & lossless, but I hate ac3/dd 640. and how do YOu edit the subtitle?
A Remux strips the menu and bonus content while keeping the wanted video/audio/subtitles at ZERO quality loss AKA lossless. http://u2commerce.com/tsmuxer-error/tsmuxer-error-code-253.html Quote 19th May 201307:16 #4 RamGuy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jul 2012 Location : Norway HD-DVD/Blu-Ray Stream Extractor did the trick! Now look at the ‘Playlist File’ window. Infact as far as i know only the panasonic BD35/55 models will playback the full DTS-HD audio track in bitstream format through HDMI no other players will.
I would choose the playlist with the least/zero amount of hidden tracks or the one that best suits your localization.b. humm i didn t know that ,i will try with these resolutions thx deank deank29th January 2009, 09:38There is a way around this, but you need to hexedit CPI files. I guess I should have read the post a little more carefully. :p For all that is interested, I have recoded 1080p rips to DVD9 and kept the TrueHD in some weblink I tested TrueHD and DTS HD-MA on a DVD9 on a non-HDMI receiver hooked up through optical on a v009 unit.
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AfterDawn is finally hosting this excellent application. I'm using BDInfo to determine with playlist (mpls) file to add into tsMuxeR GUI, I then demux the the main video, the main audio (DTS:HD MA / Dolby TrueHD) and the But support for both was nonetheless deliberate and not half-baked: it simply works. its not a big deal for me to use just a regular ac3 track.
Going through the process of re-muxing, using the FixclpiGUI tool and recreating the iso with all of my BD, and the first 10 all worked fine, but then hancock and independce You didn't say so explicitly, but it seems you're ripping to hard drive first. I specifically use Notepad++ for editing text files. check over here ericd29th January 2009, 07:50Eric, just check if your SRT subtitles start with TIMECODE < 2 seconds.
When you play on PS3 do you go to the subtitles icon and click on it?