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You just run it under wine (Crossover), I think it would work with Linux aswell. Doom9.org - Archive - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.9Copyright ©2000 - 2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. It cannot detect the stream type of the audio track. $ wine tsMuxeR.exe audio.ac3 SmartLabs tsMuxeR. I verified that the extracted video play successfully. his comment is here

We have seen this problem with some MPEG encoders that put extra (garbage) data at the end of the stream. This is caused by the audio & video elementary streams being created asynchronously. MPEG1 Layer 2 when there is no program map. Film transitions are not a problem.

The resulting rate can be reduced by up to 15Kbps in most cases if the number of null packets is to be minimized. Fix: H.264 playback: Intermittent pixelation about 1 second after playback started due to unneeded reset of H.264 decoder. Latest GUI is 1.8.5(b) http://www.smlabs.net/tsMuxer/tsMuxeR_1.8.4(b).zip Nullity15th September 2008, 17:12Latest GUI is 1.8.5(b) http://www.smlabs.net/tsMuxer/tsMuxeR_1.8.4(b).zip Except you linked to 1.8.4. ;) Here it is: http://www.smlabs.net/tsMuxer/tsMuxeR_1.8.5(b).zip hdpete15th September 2008, 17:14I would just use the It is a .pdf file usually.

I need the data to be carried in a User private Data PID? What must we do to correct this? I will do some tests also in my 3D TV. Fix: WTV: An error in the WTV read logic could cause rare corrupt packets near the skip chunks.

Fix: H.264 stream: Added F12 support for H.264 stream, update 619 didn't completely fix it. A Ctrl-L will give an estimated bitrate. No, for video. http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-142559.html Execution When running from the command line, is it possible to direct MP2TSME output messages into a file rather than to the screen?

Thanks in advance. Change: H.264: Annex B start code without intervening NAL would prevent file from opening. (Incorrectly formatted stream). kaid10th October 2008, 22:57Hi!! You can adjust the AV sync at the time of multiplexing to compensate for the different beginning times.

If the audio is ahead of the video, that is sounds happen before

IN CASE OF no alpha mask input (all 0's or all 1's), the 'face' downstream event is used to create a bbox of PR_FG elements. http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=168539&page=41 Only in the blu-ray muxing. --custom-chapters = - Insert a chapter in the field. The multiplexer will only continue to repeat the input data stream if there are other input streams that have not completed. Fix: MPEG2: Fixing / resyncing corrupt video and saving to MP4/MKV could result in muxer abort due to bad DTS.

I have tried playing the files in powerdvd 8, but it freeze when trying to open the files. http://u2commerce.com/tsmuxer-error/tsmuxer-error-tsmuxer-not-found.html Change: Output profiles: WTV output profiles are only displayed if the Microsoft WTV writer (SBE2) is present. And that simply replacing them in the original structure will never work? Change: MKV muxing: Aspect ratio flag being set incorrectly.

Fix: MPEG2: Improve file opening speed when there are lots of MBytes of corrupt, encrypted or miss frames at EOF. What is the word size? Yes, use the redirect command, ">", as follows: mp2tsme movie.cfg > movie.log Does MP2TSME take advantage of multiple processors on my PC? weblink MP2TSME does not create the NIT, we support its use via the NITPID parameter and prepacketized data stream or a Table Data stream.

A typical NIT insertion might look something like:

For Win XP, change Display -> Properties -> theme scheme to "Windows XP (modified)" and for Win Vista change Personalization -> Window Color and Appearance to "Windows Standard". You can increase this by specifying a higher output rate or if your output rate is fixed, lowering your elementary stream rates. This means that the .idx file is not DVB compliant and "may" not play on the STB.

Then I remuxed it back to *.m2ts.

You still need a second pass with TSremux to get a working TrueHD BD. down-to-dts - available only to track DTS-HD. tsMuxeR do it great but... SwissyJim3rd October 2008, 04:25dumb question...

Has anyone got any ideas as to why the audio track is not being detected by tsmuxer? But when I make an ISO out of that it won't work. That's guys prices seem OK but I would save yourself some serious cash over time and use my method with a single BD-RE 25 and a single BD-RE 50 for viewing http://u2commerce.com/tsmuxer-error/tsmuxer-error-reading-buffer-overflow.html Fix MPEG2 decoder: Incorrectly encoded MPEG2 file was interpreted by the IPP decoder as MPEG1.

I know the PS3 has that with MP4, it can't play MP4s beyond 4GB (though it does work with AVI, m2ts and probably VOB, too)... also tsmuxer will convert srt subtitles into 3d subtitle when we adding subtitle into 3d bluray ? Having a bit of trouble though. Fix WTV: Reading WTV files could crash when a bad audio language packet encountered.

Fix GUI: Program would crash at file open if running VMR7 or VMR9 video and audio device was disabled. So this all should fit. I tried just one file and it only did that one file...