Originally Posted by shadowcaster
Clipinf editor is a beta program that hasn't been updated in 2 years. I don't always trust it. BTW, the header info isn't in red but the "Fix Header" button is active, which is the indication. Steve expalined why and it makes perfect sense.
The files that indicate the total runtime are the playlist files, *.mpls, in the case of Baraka, 00064.mpls. There is an easy, all in one solution, to fix the FF and return to menu issues. I'll use Baraka as the example (one drawback is that the Popup menu will no longer be available for these clips):
1. Using Tsmuxer, drag 00039.m2ts into the "input" window.
2. Set the output to "Blu-ray disc" and browse to a destination folder of your choice. ( I just create a temp folder on the hd)
3. On the "Blu-ray" tab, under "options", set the "First MPLS file" to 64 and the "First M2TS file" to 39.
4. On the Split & cut tab, check "enable cutting". As Steve stated, leave "start" at zero and "end" @ 132 sec.
5. Then "Start muxing", only takes a min or two.
6. Navigate to the Home Theater BDMV, Clipinf folder. Then rename 00039.clpi to some other extension, such as "bak".
7. Next, go to the Playlist folder and rename 00064.mpls, as above.
8. Next, go to the Stream folder and rename 00039.m2ts as well.
9. Final steps are to copy the same 3 files, from the Blu-ray folders that you created, into the Home Theater folders.
10. You will now have a fully functional Baraka clip that will FF and return to menu normally. All timestamps are correct.
Follow the same steps for Master and Commander and iRobot. (although Steve used 1300 ms, I used 1 sec as the cut point and pixelation was completely eliminated.)
Master and Commander: 00027.clpi, 00027.m2ts, 00030.mpls
iRobot : 00032.clipi, 00032.m2ts, 00035.mpls
Edit: Steve, obviously feel free to use any of this to update page 1, if you wish.