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post #1621 of 5693
I used MakeMKV to back up a movie and was wondering why it gave me 3 files? Two where small in size and the other was large which is the movie?
post #1622 of 5693
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Originally Posted by jrjr6565 View Post

I used MakeMKV to back up a movie and was wondering why it gave me 3 files? Two where small in size and the other was large which is the movie?

You probably had more then one title selected instead of just the main movie
post #1623 of 5693
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Originally Posted by jrjr6565 View Post

I used MakeMKV to back up a movie and was wondering why it gave me 3 files? Two where small in size and the other was large which is the movie?
Have you tried watching them to see what they are?
post #1624 of 5693
Anybody know which playlist is correct for Avengers? ClownBD is showing me 2 playlists. One is exactly 2:23 and the other is 2:22:55 long. It seems like it's the shorter one, but what could the other one be?
post #1625 of 5693
I believe the movie was in a single M2TS file, are they both showing one file?

Bill
post #1626 of 5693
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Originally Posted by mrfattbill View Post

I believe the movie was in a single M2TS file, are they both showing one file?
Bill

There were 2 playlists. One was a single m2ts file (800.m2ts I believe). The other was 3 files of which 800.m2ts was one of them. I ended up going with the single file playlist and it appears correct.
post #1627 of 5693
I haven't opened up my Avengers disc yet. to test. Looking at some of the sites out there, it appears the timestamp (RUNTIME ...........: 02:22:55.033 ) is being used.

You can also confirm using BDRebuilder
post #1628 of 5693
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Originally Posted by ejhuzy View Post

There were 2 playlists. One was a single m2ts file (800.m2ts I believe). The other was 3 files of which 800.m2ts was one of them. I ended up going with the single file playlist and it appears correct.

I run into this semi-frequently and it is very easy to resolve. I start with a full-disk folder rip using DVD Fab and when Clown_BD shows me multiple playlists with the same main .m2ts file I just fire up VLC media player and play the minor .m2ts files in the STREAM folder to see what they contain. Often it has to do with something language specific.
post #1629 of 5693
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Originally Posted by ejhuzy View Post

There were 2 playlists. One was a single m2ts file (800.m2ts I believe). The other was 3 files of which 800.m2ts was one of them. I ended up going with the single file playlist and it appears correct.

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Originally Posted by dbone1026 View Post

I haven't opened up my Avengers disc yet. to test. Looking at some of the sites out there, it appears the timestamp (RUNTIME ...........: 02:22:55.033 ) is being used.
You can also confirm using BDRebuilder

I ripped the one with the single 800.m2ts file, which has the time stamp of 2:22:55 wink.gif. Worked flawlessly.
post #1630 of 5693
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Originally Posted by Kelson View Post

I run into this semi-frequently and it is very easy to resolve. I start with a full-disk folder rip using DVD Fab and when Clown_BD shows me multiple playlists with the same main .m2ts file I just fire up VLC media player and play the minor .m2ts files in the STREAM folder to see what they contain. Often it has to do with something language specific.

Kelson,

Thanks for the pointer. I tried to do just this, but I only had the MPC-HC on my machine and I was trying to play directly from the BD without going to disc first.

It sounds like the single m2ts file is the playlist to use.
post #1631 of 5693
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Originally Posted by GusGus748s View Post

I ripped the one with the single 800.m2ts file, which has the time stamp of 2:22:55 wink.gif. Worked flawlessly.

Beautiful. Between BDRebuilder and knowing where to look online you should be able to easily find the right playlist
post #1632 of 5693
I ripped a full ISO of the Avengers BD. I didn't notice any issues playing it from my Boxee Box. But I did skip around. I'll need to watch it all the way through sometime in the next couple of weeks. I still prefer just sticking the disc in and ripping it and not having to deal with anything else. Although I guess I do have more than the average users network storage and still have a few extra 2TB drives lying around that I can add to my 110TB I currently have on my network. Of course my WHS could take a crap one day which would really throw a wrench into things.
post #1633 of 5693
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Originally Posted by GusGus748s View Post

I ripped the one with the single 800.m2ts file, which has the time stamp of 2:22:55 wink.gif. Worked flawlessly.

Here's another Avengers question. The first time I watched the movie I did so from the BD directly. I seem to remember forced sub-titles during the early scene where Black Widow is being interrogated by the Russians (I think they're Russian). When I ripped with ClownBD, I didn't report any forced subs. Are the subs burned in?
post #1634 of 5693
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Originally Posted by ejhuzy View Post

Here's another Avengers question. The first time I watched the movie I did so from the BD directly. I seem to remember forced sub-titles during the early scene where Black Widow is being interrogated by the Russians (I think they're Russian). When I ripped with ClownBD, I didn't report any forced subs. Are the subs burned in?

I noticed that as well. I had to turn them on. I believe it is the 3rd subtitle track. Its a bummer because I had force subs selected.
post #1635 of 5693
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Originally Posted by ejhuzy View Post

Here's another Avengers question. The first time I watched the movie I did so from the BD directly. I seem to remember forced sub-titles during the early scene where Black Widow is being interrogated by the Russians (I think they're Russian). When I ripped with ClownBD, I didn't report any forced subs. Are the subs burned in?

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Originally Posted by GusGus748s View Post

I noticed that as well. I had to turn them on. I believe it is the 3rd subtitle track. Its a bummer because I had force subs selected.

They are certainly not burned in. When I watched mine from my media server they were missing, I need to pull the disc back out and grab the track that contains them. Thanks for the track number Gus.

Bill
post #1636 of 5693
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Originally Posted by mrfattbill View Post

They are certainly not burned in. When I watched mine from my media server they were missing, I need to pull the disc back out and grab the track that contains them. Thanks for the track number Gus.
Bill

Bill,

If you don't mind can you explain how are yiu going to add the forced subs so they can be played correctly? I've tried to do that before and it is time for me to learn.
post #1637 of 5693
I will use TSMuxer to pull out the subtitle track and then run it through BD2SUP and pull out just the forced tracks (I would move them into a 2:35:1 area if the movie was scope). I then remux the movie and subs with TSMuxer making sure that in either BD2SUP or TSMuxer that they are flagged as english, they should be by default but I double check so that when I watch the M2TS on either my WDTV's or my EP950, both devices set to load English subs by default, that they load at the appropriate time.

Hope that helps. And for reference when I try and view a movie with sub in MPC-HC they played in the correct spot but only displayed for a fraction of a second, I was pulling my hair out trying to figure it out, finally I turned on the WDTV and it displayed them PERFECTLY, lol.

Bill
post #1638 of 5693
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Originally Posted by GusGus748s View Post

Bill,
If you don't mind can you explain how are yiu going to add the forced subs so they can be played correctly? I've tried to do that before and it is time for me to learn.

Forced subtitles with ClownBD
post #1639 of 5693
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Originally Posted by GusGus748s View Post

Bill,
If you don't mind can you explain how are yiu going to add the forced subs so they can be played correctly? I've tried to do that before and it is time for me to learn.

And having them display inside a 2.35 image on a CIH (electronic vertical stretch/optical horizontal stretch) rig ... ??

edit: Nevermind ... just saw post above! Thanks, ScottJ

Jeff
post #1640 of 5693
Correct although I use the zoom method, they still end up inside the video frame and outside of the black bars biggrin.gif

Bill
post #1641 of 5693
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Originally Posted by pepar View Post

And having them display inside a 2.35 image on a CIH (electronic vertical stretch/optical horizontal stretch) rig ... ??
edit: Nevermind ... just saw post above! Thanks, ScottJ
Jeff

Here's another link in this current thread and it's how I do it. I've only had a few occasions to have to move forced subs into 2.35, but it's great that I can.
post #1642 of 5693
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Originally Posted by ejhuzy View Post

Here's another link in this current thread and it's how I do it. I've only had a few occasions to have to move forced subs into 2.35, but it's great that I can.

Thanks for the link. The only issue is that I've deleted all the files that were created by ClownBD. So, now the questions is, is it possible to get subtitle tracks without re-ripping the movie again?
post #1643 of 5693
Only if you selected to keep them when you did the original rip or if someone else keeps them separate and can send them to you frown.gif

Bill
post #1644 of 5693
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Originally Posted by mrfattbill View Post

Only if you selected to keep them when you did the original rip or if someone else keeps them separate and can send them to you frown.gif
Bill

Great. Well, I guess I can re-rip it in the background. It's not like I've got anything to do right now lol.
post #1645 of 5693
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Originally Posted by GusGus748s View Post

Great. Well, I guess I can re-rip it in the background. It's not like I've got anything to do right now lol.

I jot down on a note pad as I watch stuff I have already ripped so I can go back at a later date when I have time and fix it....those fix it days are few and far between though frown.gif

Bill
post #1646 of 5693
I re-ripped the avengers to get the sub files. I got them now, but I'm going to take a nap. I haven't been to bed for 26 hours now lol. I've got 2 days off and I am trying to enjoy most of them, but it is time for a nap.
post #1647 of 5693
I was hoping someone could post a couple of screen shots for me on how to use mkv to get the main movie with folders for chapters using MakeMKV, thanks smile.gif
post #1648 of 5693
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Originally Posted by jrjr6565 View Post

I was hoping someone could post a couple of screen shots for me on how to use mkv to get the main movie with folders for chapters using MakeMKV, thanks smile.gif

There's no folder structure for MKV. You select the file, audio and subs and rip the movie. If you want folder structure you need to use ANYDVD HD, DVDFAB, Clownbd ETC.
post #1649 of 5693
I'm on my 3rd Apple TV3 and I am now looking to move a few of my Blu-Ray discs over and am using MakeMKV and Handbrake. My question is regarding the Handbrake settings for AppleTV3. Why if the source is 1080P, then is the output not 1080P? It seems to scale it down to 816. I can tweak it for the Apple TV 3 but I would think a preset would have the output set to 1080P. Thanks in advance.
post #1650 of 5693
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Originally Posted by Tony Vega View Post

I'm on my 3rd Apple TV3 and I am now looking to move a few of my Blu-Ray discs over and am using MakeMKV and Handbrake. My question is regarding the Handbrake settings for AppleTV3. Why if the source is 1080P, then is the output not 1080P? It seems to scale it down to 816. I can tweak it for the Apple TV 3 but I would think a preset would have the output set to 1080P. Thanks in advance.

Sounds like the movie is at 2.35:1 aspect ratio, which has 816 vertical resolution, with the rest being black bars. No reason to encode those black bars, just crop them off.
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