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post #2431 of 2482 Old 10-15-2011, 07:57 AM
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Would it be possible to take the superior Mondo transfer of The Good, the Bad and The Ugly (which is only in Italian) and edit out the extra material that is not in the U.S. release and use the English audio track from the MGM release to create an English version of the Mondo release?

Has anyone done this?

Hi,

I was able to replace the Japanese soundtrack with the English-dubbed soundtrack on one of my favorite Japanese Sci-fi movies. It needed some editing, because the superior Japanese print contained additional footage that was not included in the American release.

I used Wombel for making the edits and syncing the soundtrack; the outcome was perfect, but I was only able to make a high quality DVD-9, because I wasn't able to find a program that would allow editing and demultiplexing with the original BD file.

If anyone knows of such a program, I'd love to purchase one.
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Hi,
I have a whole bunch of HDV (Source HDR-HC1/5 Camcorders) home movies I want to transfer from tape to BR. I just bought a new PC running Win7 and have an LG BR burner. What do you suggest for software? I have used Movie Factory 5 in the past it was ok for dvd and hddvd. I am open to other platforms. I do not do alot of editing. My goal is to get everything on BR.

Thank you.

Try MultiAVCHD http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143744. It is free.
You should be able to author BD disks without re-encoding HDV MPEG2 source videos.
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I have Ulead's MF6+ (with HD add-ons) and it does a nice job making Blu-rays. You can probably find that for cheap somewhere.

I used MF6+ with HD add-on for a while, but it was crashing a lot with HDV MPEG2 source videos. I use MultiAVCHD now for BD authoring.

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The latest is I believe MF7 but I don't think it offers much if anything over MF6+.

Big difference is MF7 can author Java based pop-up menus, MF6+ cannot.
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Hi,

I was able to replace the Japanese soundtrack with the English-dubbed soundtrack on one of my favorite Japanese Sci-fi movies. It needed some editing, because the superior Japanese print contained additional footage that was not included in the American release.

I used Wombel for making the edits and syncing the soundtrack; the outcome was perfect, but I was only able to make a high quality DVD-9, because I wasn't able to find a program that would allow editing and demultiplexing with the original BD file.

If anyone knows of such a program, I'd love to purchase one.

VideoRedo is a frame accurate editor for mpeg2 and H264 video files, I have used it for many years. Also TsmuxeR is a free program that can demux-remux and create Blu-Ray folders and do audio video delay adjustments, works great.

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VideoRedo is a frame accurate editor for mpeg2 and H264 video files, I have used it for many years. Also TsmuxeR is a free program that can demux-remux and create Blu-Ray folders and do audio video delay adjustments, works great.

Mike T

Thanks, I'll check them out.
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Try MultiAVCHD http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143744. It is free.
You should be able to author BD disks without re-encoding HDV MPEG2 source videos.

How do you get MultiAVCHD to just combine previously remuxed .m2ts files without reprocessing? I want to use the menu building capabilities, but it keeps reprocessing and messing up my already perfect files.
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How do you get MultiAVCHD to just combine previously remuxed .m2ts files without reprocessing? I want to use the menu building capabilities, but it keeps reprocessing and messing up my already perfect files.

Iontyre,

I completely forgot that audio in HDV M2T MPEG2 files recorded in MPA (MPEG2 audio) format because I sold my HC1 two years ago and went with AVCHD format. Audio in HDV file is not compliant with Blu-ray specs, video is. So, audio track must be re-encoded to AC3. And when I said “without re-encoding” I referred to video track in HDV file.

You can leave audio re-encoding job to MultiAVCHD, or you can do it yourself and then MultiAVCHD will not be messing up your already perfect files.

What you need to do is download this free application called XviD4PSP here: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/XviD4PSP. Use version 5.

Load M2T file into XviD4PSP and encode a new M2TS file. See attached image that shows settings. With these settings only audio track will be re-encoded.

Now you have perfectly Blu-ray compliant M2TS file and MultiAVCHD will be happy and will not do any reprocessing.

I hope this helps.
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Please point me to thread or let me know about raw .ts on Blu-ray. I have a Hauppauge and have been successful saving my recording via the Arcsoft methods that came with it, then using MultiAVCHD and Imgburn. I have tried burning the raw, larger .ts info to BD without formatting first but my blu-ray player cannot read it. Am I trying to do something that isn't supposed to work?
I am trying this method because my burned BDs (of HD football games) come out darker and not as nice as the originals.
Thank you for any guidance.
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Please point me to thread or let me know about raw .ts on Blu-ray. I have a Hauppauge and have been successful saving my recording via the Arcsoft methods that came with it, then using MultiAVCHD and Imgburn. I have tried burning the raw, larger .ts info to BD without formatting first but my blu-ray player cannot read it. Am I trying to do something that isn't supposed to work?

Yes you are. According to my experience only PS3 can play .TS files from HDD, flash USB drive, or BD data disk. I just tested this. On the other hand my PS3 doesn’t play .MKV files which is very strange, unless Sony disabled this functionality.

You need to convert your .TS file to .MKV or .MP4 in order to play it on all other stand alone players. And if you have file larger than 4GB you need to burn it to BD data disk in UDF format.

You can do this with XviD4PSP. Look for my previous post for download link, and look at the attached image for XviD4PSP settings. With these settings XviD4PSP just re-multiplexes the file into MKV container. I assume your .TS file has video in H.264 format and audio in AC3 format.

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I am trying this method because my burned BDs (of HD football games) come out darker and not as nice as the originals.
Thank you for any guidance.

Do they come out darker before authoring with MultiAVCHD or after?

From my experience authoring with MultiAVCHD and burning with ImgBurn shouldn’t change brightness and quality of your videos, unless your force MultiAVCHD to re-encode it, and even then it only transcodes it to lower bitrate. I am not sure if you can apply filters (like brightness/darkness) in MultiAVCHD when you transcode.

Hope this helps. Let us know resultrs.
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Thank you very much for the information. What I need to do to get a recording to work, is save the .ts to hard drive via the Arcsoft, then pull it over to MultiAVCHD and select the blu-ray setting. To save to the HD I use the MPEG2 and High Quality selection on the Arcsoft. I usually only edit the beginning and end also using the Arscoft and thought I had read that this shouldn't re-encode but am unsure.
Maybe I am just expecting too much from a BD I make myself.

On another note, I tried creating an AVCHD using the Arcsoft on a dual layer regular DVD yesterday, (took all day to burn) and for some reason it didn't work either. That surprised me as it had worked the few times I had tried creating one although I hadn't used the dual layer disc before. Next time I will let Multiavchd try it!
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Thank you very much for the information. What I need to do to get a recording to work, is save the .ts to hard drive via the Arcsoft, then pull it over to MultiAVCHD and select the blu-ray setting. To save to the HD I use the MPEG2 and High Quality selection on the Arcsoft. I usually only edit the beginning and end also using the Arscoft and thought I had read that this shouldn't re-encode but am unsure.
Maybe I am just expecting too much from a BD I make myself.

If I understand your post correctly you are capturing with Hauppauge HD-PVR in H.264 codec and then use Arscoft to re-encode to MPEG2 codec. If that's the case then this is your problem that you get darker videos than originals. I never used Arscoft but I am sure that it will re-encode even if you save output file in the same H.264 codec. And there is no question that every video editing application in the world will re-encode video when you change codec.

I use VideoReDo with H.264 to edit videos that I capture with original HD-PVR and Colossus. And VideoReDo does not re-encode unless you tell it to. This is the application you need to edit your videos without re-encoding: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/VideoReDo. It is well worth $50.00.

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On another note, I tried creating an AVCHD using the Arcsoft on a dual layer regular DVD yesterday, (took all day to burn) and for some reason it didn't work either. That surprised me as it had worked the few times I had tried creating one although I hadn't used the dual layer disc before. Next time I will let Multiavchd try it!

Don't use Arcsoft for anything but capture especially burning to dual layer regular DVD. ImbBurn is the only application in the world that burns dual layer DVDs correctly.

This is my process:

Capture with Arcsoft
Edit with VideoReDo with H.264
Author with MultiAVCHD
Burn with ImbBurn

My authored Blu-ray disks look like original DirecTV broadcast.
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To save to the HD I use the MPEG2 and High Quality selection on the Arcsoft.

Dunno about Arcsoft software you're using--presumably you edit your recordings with it as well?

Easiest way to get a .ts (whether 264 or MPEG2) to BD is with tsMuxeR and ImgBurn. multiAVCHD can be used to make menus, but afaict you only need tsMuxeR to mux to BD.

Best editor is VideoReDo.
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Thanks again, I really appreciate the help.
Just to clarify - I have the raw recording on the HD and pull over to the VideoReDo. I can then take that product and place into multiAVCHD ( or tsMuxer) then move to Imgburn. I basically only use Colossus to make the original raw recording in .ts?
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Just to clarify - I have the raw recording on the HD and pull over to the VideoReDo.

Yes. Use Colossus to capture then VideoReDo for editing. Don't re-encode to MPEG2, keep H.264.

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I can then take that product and place into multiAVCHD ( or tsMuxer)

Yes. If you don't care about menus use tsMuxer. If you want menus use multiAVCHD.

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then move to Imgburn.

Yes.

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I basically only use Colossus to make the original raw recording in .ts?

Yes, just the capture.

And if you want to play your video as a file without Blu-ray authoring you will need to convert it to MKV with XviD4PSP.
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Thanks for your patience. I am now ready to save my edited version made by VideoReDo.
Do I need to save it as something other than .ts now as I will need to move to MultiAVCHD and Imgburn to burn to Blu-ray? (My failed "raw" .ts experiments to MultiAVCHD are fresh in my mind.)
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Thanks for your patience. I am now ready to save my edited version made by VideoReDo.
Do I need to save it as something other than .ts now as I will need to move to MultiAVCHD and Imgburn to burn to Blu-ray? (My failed "raw" .ts experiments to MultiAVCHD are fresh in my mind.)

If you are going to use MultiAVCHD then you can keep your video file in .TS container because MultiAVCHD will remux it to .M2TS container during the authoring process. You just need to select Transport Stream (*.*ts) from the drop-down in MultiAVCHD when you load your .TS file. See attached image.
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If you are going to use MultiAVCHD then you can keep your video file in .TS container because MultiAVCHD will remux it to .M2TS container during the authoring process. You just need to select Transport Stream (*.*ts) from the drop-down in MultiAVCHD when you load your .TS file. See attached image.

Thanks again. I am beginning to think my Panasonic player is at fault.
1) Did MultiAVCHD as "strict" AVCHD- then to Imgburn on regular dual layer disc - Panasonic will not read.
2) Did MultiAVCHD as blu-ray-Imgburn on Verbatim BD - Panasonic shows icon and displays info in upper right hand corner - play-24fps etc., but refuses to play. I suspect this is why I only have success when I change the .TS to something else before going through MultiAVCHD. Maybe I should look for a cheap external computer blu ray player to hook up to my (also Panasonic TV!
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Log in hopes someone can see if mistake is coming at Imgburn. Thanks!

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Thanks again. I am beginning to think my Panasonic player is at fault.

Exactly! And that's what I was guessing. Panasonic, great brand name that crippled their Blu-ray players so people have hard times playing their home made burned AVCHDs and BDs. You basically have one option to buy new, different brand, BD player and stop pulling your hair out of your head.
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Thanks again. I am beginning to think my Panasonic player is at fault.
1) Did MultiAVCHD as "strict" AVCHD- then to Imgburn on regular dual layer disc - Panasonic will not read.
2) Did MultiAVCHD as blu-ray-Imgburn on Verbatim BD - Panasonic shows icon and displays info in upper right hand corner - play-24fps etc., but refuses to play. I suspect this is why I only have success when I change the .TS to something else before going through MultiAVCHD. Maybe I should look for a cheap external computer blu ray player to hook up to my (also Panasonic TV!

I capture with HD-PVR as AVCHD .ts files. Edit with VideoRedo and save as .ts, these play just fine on my computer or WD Live Hub player, no need to convert to MKV. I urge you to start by using TsmuxeR as it is very simple to use, just add file and choose AVCHD for burning DVD blanks or Blu-Ray for burning Blu-Ray disks then burn with Imgburn. I play these disks just fine on my Panasonic BD-300 player or PS3. Have made hundreds of disks this way as I am not interested in menu's, just want the file to play. Once you get this working then you can learn how to use MULTIAVCHD and then know if there are problems it is with MULTIAVCHD.

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Hi people

I hope you can help me out with this problem.

I have alot mkv files, that I wan't to convert to bdmv, so I can play it on my ps3.

I'm using tsMuxer, and it works for me. No problem making bdmv and burn it on bd-re. The ps3 reads the bdmv fine and loads, but I get NO video. All I get is a black screen, and in some cases I get sound.

I've tryed 100 times, but always with the same outcome.

Can someone please help me with this issue?

Thanks
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Hi people

I hope you can help me out with this problem.

I have alot mkv files, that I wan't to convert to bdmv, so I can play it on my ps3.

I'm using tsMuxer, and it works for me. No problem making bdmv and burn it on bd-re. The ps3 reads the bdmv fine and loads, but I get NO video. All I get is a black screen, and in some cases I get sound.

I've tryed 100 times, but always with the same outcome.

Can someone please help me with this issue?

Thanks

Try multiavchd...
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Try multiavchd...

I've also tryed multiavchd, but with the same outcome.
I get sound but no picture, just a black screen.

What am I doing wrong?
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I've also tryed multiavchd, but with the same outcome.
I get sound but no picture, just a black screen.

What am I doing wrong?

Could be the attributes of the file?
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Could be the attributes of the file?

What does that mean? I'm really a newb on this area.

Could it be some kind of protection issue?
The movie plays fine with sound, but no matter what I do, no video!
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http://www.vso-software.fr/products/...dia-player.php

I was searching for a way to watch my blue ray files while traveling with my laptop that has no Blue Ray player and I found this. It works perfectly on my laptop, but has some kinks on my pc for some reason. I thought it might come in handy for others who don't want to pay the high prices for TMT and PWR DVD 11.
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But does it do menus? If not, how is it better than MPC-HC et.al.
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http://www.vso-software.fr/products/...dia-player.php

I was searching for a way to watch my blue ray files while traveling with my laptop that has no Blue Ray player and I found this. It works perfectly on my laptop, but has some kinks on my pc for some reason. I thought it might come in handy for others who don't want to pay the high prices for TMT and PWR DVD 11.

Av8tr,

Since you already use it can you tell us, please, if it supports menus and if it automatically goes to the next M2TS file when Blu-ray disk authored using multiple files for the movie?
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It does not use menus, and I don't understand the last question. I just have a large collection of iso's of my BD's that I have backed up in the last year. Most of the time, I just stream them to from my PC to my HT in my home, but occasionally I like to copy a few over to my laptop to watch on the plane. I couldn't see paying $50 or more for that priviledge so I was very happy to find this player. I'm sure it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of the players that cost money, but I thought others might appreciate it for a simple player to watch their blue rays for free.

I've never heard of MPC-HC. Does that play BD iso's without having to mount on a virtual player? If so, I will try that out. The reason I made this post was to find out more about other alternatives for playing my iso's without having to pay for a player.
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AFAIK Media Player Classic - Home Cinema does not do menus either, nor does any freeware.
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