Originally Posted by GusGus748s
I re-ripped MU with ClownBD and chose the LPCM audio, which made a AC3 audio track, but it's only 5.1 not 7.1. I download the eaceto GUI, but I am having a hard trim figuring this thing out. I might just end up leaving this as AC3.
If you are using Clown_BD, then eac3to is already installed since Clown_BD is just a simple GUI to eac3to.exe for the demuxing and tsMuxeR.exe for the remuxing. If the location of eac3to.exe is not in your Windows PATH envirnonment, then you will need to explicitly specify the path with the eac3to.exe command. Just make sure you are running the most current version of eac3to (v3.27) found here
You just need to select the TrueHD track and let Clown_BD do its things. After Clown_BD finishes, just delete the normal final ripped folder because you will be recreating it when you run the tsmuxer command found in the tsmuxer.log file after you convert the .THD to .W64 by running eac3to.exe on the command line where Clown_BD created the files. Let say Clown_BD created the mu.THD file for the TrueHD track. Then you would run this command in a command window where the mu.THD file is located (created by Clown_BD):
"C:\Program Files\Clown_BD\eac3to\eac3to.exe" mu.THD mu.W64
Don't use the eac3to GUI. Just run the command in a Command Window opened to the folder where Clown_BD created all the demuxed files. Also, don't forget to modify the .meta file to use the .W64 file instead of the *.THD file.
Do you at least see the working folder that Clown_BD created?