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post #841 of 2482
Mozart Man,
[I always choose UDF 2.5 Physical Partition

Now question to you:

What version of TSRemux do you use?

The issue may be:

If you use TSRemux version before 0.18 with MPEG-2 video and try to burn BDMV folder to DVD-R/RW it will not play on PS3 and other stand alone.
This is because BD specs don't allow MPEG-2 on DVD 5/9, only AVCHD video files.

But version 0.18 and now 0.19 puts AVCHD disk tag in those two .hdmv files inside BDMV folder, so it fools PS3 and other (I think) standalone players, so they think it is AVCHD disk on DVD 5/9 with AVCHD video.]
I am burning to BD-RE. What is DVD 5/9?

CDP
post #842 of 2482
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Originally Posted by CDP View Post

I am burning to BD-RE. What is DVD 5/9? CDP

Single layer DVD-/+R = DVD5
Dual layer DVD-/+R = DVD9
post #843 of 2482
I stipped the HD DVD EVO files of Transformers and got video and audio elementary streams. Currently I am using eac3to to convert the eac3 to DTS so I can author it onto a Blu-Ray. Does anyone know what delay I should use in eac3to?

Thanks in advance
post #844 of 2482
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Originally Posted by Sebaz View Post

I tried this using Nero and making sure UDF 2.50 was selected but my player (Panasonic BD30) doesn't play it. It seems to go in a loop. it keeps trying to read the disc but nothing happens. Obviously I tried this several times with different discs and source files.

Is anyone else still having this problem-- specifically with the Panny BD30?

Every BDMV disc I've made via TSRemux burnt to Nero at UDF2.5 results in a loop that doesn't play on my BD30. I've tried six different .TS-sourced recordings and every one of them has failed to do anything other than loop in my Panny.

I updated my Panny to 1.3. TSRemux is the xxx.19 version. My Nero 7 install is fully updated and I purchased the HD plugin pack just in case.

Am I missing something obvious?
post #845 of 2482
Hi!

I´m new to Blu Ray authoring. I´m coming from the HD-DVD side.

There I was able to create HD-DVD9/DVDx3 with
- h264 video in 1440x1080 or 1920x1080
- 2 languages in DD5.1
- 2 subtitle tracks

Source HD satellite transmissions or HDV homemade movies both reencoded with x264.

Authoring done with Scenarist SCA. I choose HD-DVD because these DVDx3 work on every HD-DVD player.

As HD-DVD maybe dead because of the Warner Deal, with which method can I achive best compability on both PS3 but most importantly standalones players? The features I stated above are "must".

I prefer usage of Dual Layer DVD media but maybe in soon future BD-R/RE will also be okay.

Hope somebody will give me an advice. As far as I read this thread, best will be BDMV with Scenarist and BD-R, or not?

best regards
post #846 of 2482
Hi Guys

Just wondering im having problems with my Lg GGW H20W AND used to have same problems with LG ggw h10n burner as well

burning 25gb and 50gb on RE discs they quote 2x and in Nero 8 or Nero 7 says burning at 2x 8990kbs but really its 1X

I had a pioneer bdr 202 and it used to burn 2x on re no dramas with same software and pc/s used

Im really stuffed for ideas as to what it can be ive changed sata calbes around and still no go

Ive used imgburn and still the highest on tdk 25 and 50 gb re media the highest is 0.9 x

hoping someone can help

thanks again

David
post #847 of 2482
Hi There thanks for the info

is that to work on bd/re discs not just bdr also where abouts in the options is that?

thanks again

any tips for nero 7 or 8?

Dave
post #848 of 2482
Benes thank you

burning now at 2x thank you

to make it compliant with ps3 as ive always used nero for udf 2.50 is there any other settings i should have clicked on?

im in build mode and burning the bdmv folder just like i do in nero 7 or 8

thanks again for your help
post #849 of 2482
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Originally Posted by sicbomb View Post

I stipped the HD DVD EVO files of Transformers and got video and audio elementary streams. Currently I am using eac3to to convert the eac3 to DTS so I can author it onto a Blu-Ray. Does anyone know what delay I should use in eac3to?

Thanks in advance

NM, I found out it was -84ms
post #850 of 2482
I'm trying my for test with Scenarist HDMV h264+ac3 but I got a error when muxing.

MUX_SN_E_TS_UNDERFLOW_ERR

not been able to find help for that error.

I know that the h264 file is reconized in Encore CS3, and doesn't need to be trancoded for bluray output. (the 264 file was created with x264669i_puldown with this command line
x264.exe --pass 2 --bitrate 7200 --stats ".stats" --progress --keyint 300 --bframes 3 --qpmin 7 --qpmax 51 --no-psnr --mixed-refs --trellis 1 --ref 3 --filter 0,0 --subme 6 --direct auto --vbv-bufsize 14745 --vbv-maxrate 26000 --me dia --no-ssim --level 4.1 --weightb --b-rdo --bime --analyse p8x8,b8x8,i4x4,i8x8 --8x8dct --threads auto --thread-input --aud --nal-hrd --sar 1:1 --output "movie.264" "movie.avs"
)


someone know what to do ?
post #851 of 2482
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Originally Posted by TObject View Post

in BDMV mode does the Ulead DVD MovieFactory Plus 6 HD Power Pack only support MPEG 2 streams output, or will it include MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, as long as I give it proper files?

I tested the software with our H264 and ac3 m2ts files and it appears to do no transcoding with either AVCHD or BDMV. Like previously commented, we haven't found many options for creating the H264 m2ts format from other sources aside from the Ulead transcoding option.
post #852 of 2482
Greetings Peoples im back with a real strange thing thats has happened and maybe needs soe guidence

i have Die Hard 4 ripped with anydvd hd 6.3.0.0 and i play it off my hard drive via power dvd ultra with no glitches of kind being bd+ off hd i feel very lucky it works no problems

I then tried to back up as i love a challenge i used nero image recorder to make a udf 2.5 compliant iso image and img burn to burn it

When played in ps3 ( i just converted the bdmv folder only ) it plays but at begining it asks for a firmware update but my pal ps3 is up to date at 2.10 firmware

the picture is all blocky etc when playback happens

Just wondering if ive done something wrong in the process im burning it onto 50gb dl media so all good for space just wondering any thoughts ?

thanks again for your tips and help

Dave
post #853 of 2482
ahh ok cool point taken i thought that anydvd hd had bypassed it and it would just be a matter of that im a noob then when it comes to this

I think from that reply i should be happy with being able to play it from my home cinema pc with no glitches for now and wait to hear something from slysoft although from what i read it might take a little while as sony will patch up in next release and so on and so on

thanks again you have been great with your knowledge
post #854 of 2482
Hi Benes

You are a wealth of knowledge forgive me if this sounds like a silly question as really i love fiddling around with streams etc off hard drive

the bd+ bdmv folder is a little different to non bd+ structure as the whole movie is 1 file in non bd+ films as to bd+ streams are all diffeent sizes etc

is there any such program which could be used to rebuild such as ts remux to make something that is then burnable via udf 2.5 etc?

Might sound silly but just a idea as ive used ts remux on non bd+ films to strip away menus etc and spotting the movie stream was very simple being like 12-20gb etc bd+ streams though are made up of all different gigabyte sizes

I like the challenge do you think im on the right page? i have dvdit pro but havent used it too much

thanks again really appreciate it

David
post #855 of 2482
sorry like a stream joiner i maybe talking crap but if i could join all the streams up then us ts remux then it might work?

thanks again
post #856 of 2482
sorry it was simpsons movie not die hard that the streams were all over the place in folder sorry my bad
post #857 of 2482
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Originally Posted by benes View Post

x264 is NOT the same as H264. Scenarist will never accept such an encode. It is far outside the official H264 specification.

We are trying to get an H264 stream encoded that Ulead DVD factory will accept for AVS HD (free cal disk). Ulead won't accept an x264 encoded stream, but I'm not sure that I have all the settings in x264 correct.

Can you elaborate on why x264 does not produce a compliant H264 stream? Are you aware of any free encoders that will produce a compliant stream to say, profile 4.1?
post #858 of 2482
hwjohn, I believe the doom9.org forums talks about making compliant streams for x264 encoded video.

However, I think you may have better luck if you can get Ulead to accept an AVISynth script to decode the x264 stream into individual frames that Ulead can transcode into h264. Although that may not work if Ulead does undesirable things to the video (ie. applies filters, fiddles with video levels, applies DNR, etc.).

The important thing to remember: x264 is NOT h264. x264 is the name of a piece of software that encodes video into an mpeg4 stream. The stream it outputs is not necessarily compliant with any particular standard. Tweaking needs to be made to parameters to make it acceptable by h264 decoders.

Good luck.
post #859 of 2482
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Originally Posted by maxleung View Post

I think you may have better luck if you can get Ulead to accept an AVISynth script to decode the x264 stream into individual frames that Ulead can transcode into h264.

Ulead can transcode mpeg2 to H264, but we can't go to 24p with the Ulead software.
post #860 of 2482
Quote:
Originally Posted by benes View Post

x264 is NOT the same as H264. Scenarist will never accept such an encode. It is far outside the official H264 specification.

I know x264 is not H264. but your response didn't help at all.

and Yes movies encoded with x264 will work on scenarist.. but you have to use a special build. x26x build 699i_pulldown.

and you need theses options : --aud --nal-hrd --sar 1:1

and have a 23.976p source.

we are able to authorize movie in scenarist.. but sometimes we get the previous error. Trying to figure how to fix it.
post #861 of 2482
Hope someone can help. Have a bunch of 1080i MPEG2-TS files that I used TSRemux v0.0.19 to generate either an M2TS file or Blu-ray. When burned to a DVD SL or DL, the standalone M2TS plays fine, but the Blu-ray [recognized as AVCHD by the PS3] video stutters w/no audio. Why? It's the same M2TS file in both, except one by itself in a VIDEO folder on a DVD-R and another as a Blu-ray output from TSRemux. What am I doing wrong?
post #862 of 2482
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Originally Posted by Brajesh View Post

Hope someone can help. Have a bunch of 1080i MPEG2-TS files that I used TSRemux v0.0.19 to generate either an M2TS file or Blu-ray. When burned to a DVD SL or DL, the standalone M2TS plays fine, but the Blu-ray [recognized as AVCHD by the PS3] video stutters w/no audio. Why? It's the same M2TS file in both, except one by itself in a VIDEO folder on a DVD-R and another as a Blu-ray output from TSRemux. What am I doing wrong?

What firmware do you have on your PS3?
post #863 of 2482
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brajesh View Post

Hope someone can help. Have a bunch of 1080i MPEG2-TS files that I used TSRemux v0.0.19 to generate either an M2TS file or Blu-ray. When burned to a DVD SL or DL, the standalone M2TS plays fine, but the Blu-ray [recognized as AVCHD by the PS3] video stutters w/no audio. Why? It's the same M2TS file in both, except one by itself in a VIDEO folder on a DVD-R and another as a Blu-ray output from TSRemux. What am I doing wrong?

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Originally Posted by MozartMan View Post

What firmware do you have on your PS3?

I have the same issue. 1080i MPEG-TS file. I ran it through TSRemux and got the blu-ray directory structure. Burned it on a DVD-R single layer using UDF 2.6. When I put it in the PS3, the video plays very slow motion like, stuttery, and there's no audio.

I have 2.10 firmware on my PS3.

Chris
post #864 of 2482
Are you burning both BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders do DVD, or just BDMV?
Also, you don't need UDF 2.6, BD specs is UDF 2.5

After TSRemux I use Nero DVD-ROM (UDF) compilation, with UDF 2.5 physical partision to burn BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders on DVD.
And I don't remember that I had this problem.
I had similar problem with .TS files with earlier firmware when I was trying to play some TS files from XMB.
post #865 of 2482
PS3 firmware 2.10. Burning both BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders do DVD. Using Nero, I 'choose recorder' and set the drive to physical type (choosing 'automatic' or 'DVD-ROM' makes no difference to the stutter issue), then choose DVD-ROM (UDF) compilation w/UDF 2.50 and 'physical' partition, then burn to DVD. I've tried -R, +R and +RW and I get stutter w/all. The TS files I have are either 1920x1080i or 1440x1080i, with bitrate ranging from 10-18mbps.

What's funny is if I take the M2TS file out of the TSRemux generated 'stream' folder and simply plop it onto a DVD, the PS3 plays it back just fine. No stutter and proper 5.1 audio. It would be nice to use TSRemux to generate an AVCHD disc so the PS3 auto-plays it and I get chapter markers every 5 mins.
post #866 of 2482
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Originally Posted by MozartMan View Post

Are you burning both BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders do DVD, or just BDMV?
Also, you don't need UDF 2.6, BD specs is UDF 2.5

After TSRemux I use Nero DVD-ROM (UDF) compilation, with UDF 2.5 physical partision to burn BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders on DVD.
And I don't remember that I had this problem.
I had similar problem with .TS files with earlier firmware when I was trying to play some TS files from XMB.

Yeah, just like Brajesh, I'm burning both folders and setting everything in Nero correctly...

hmmm...
post #867 of 2482
Brajesh, fatherom,

Is it possible that I can get those problem .TS files from you somehow, so I can test it on my PS3?
post #868 of 2482
Thanks for the offer. I'll post a 2 minute clip this evening when I get home via Rapidshare or another free hosting site and PM you.

I've tried several of my TS files and they all end up w/the stutter, so I'm guessing somewhere between TSRemux and Nero is where there's an issue.

I actually prefer authoring HD DVDs (easier & w/Ulead, you can create professional-looking pop-up menus), but with the format dying, wanted to switch to Blu-ray.
post #869 of 2482
Me too, I think HDDVD authoring is WAY easier and more reliable than BD at this point. I am so sick and tired of my PS3 throwing up error messages and playing stuttery HD videos.
With the picture quality being the same between the two formats, it's a shame we are being forced down our throat the lot more expensive solution for our home HD video needs. Thank you Sony and Holly for taking thousands of dollars from our pockets, for the money is going to rot if it stays in our pockets.
post #870 of 2482
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Originally Posted by GodobeHD View Post

Me too, I think HDDVD authoring is WAY easier and more reliable than BD at this point.

What HD DVD burner do you have?
How much do you pay for blank HD-DVD-RW disks?

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Originally Posted by GodobeHD View Post

I am so sick and tired of my PS3 throwing up error messages and playing stuttery HD videos.

Have you ever thought that those "stuttery HD videos" that you get from cable broadcast, Dish, or DTV may have glitches and other problems?
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