Originally Posted by Tom Roper
TSRemux will re-encode MPEG2 to AVCHD? Or just put it inside a wrapper? I'd be very happy without the menus if MPEG2 could go inside the AVCHD wrapper, creating a menu-less BDMV red laser disk to break the 2gb filesize limitation for PS3. Possible?
TSremux will just put it inside a wrapper without re-encoding.
1. You load MPEG-2 .TS file into TSRemux
2. Check audio and video streams check boxes.
3. Select Blu-ray option radio button
4. Select folder on your hard drive
5. Select chapter interval
TSRemux will create BDMV and CERTIFICATES folders in your selected folder.
What TSRemux does is modifies two xxxxx.hdmv files inside BDMV folder to look like AVCHD disk with video encoded with AVCHD codec. This tricks PS3 and should trick other BD players.
1. Select DVD-ROM (UDF) compilation
2. Type whatever label you want
3. On UDF tab select Manual settings-Physical partition-UDF 2.50
4. Drag BDMV and CERTIFICATES folders into your compilation window
5. Burn on DVDV-R/RW, +R/RW, DL
Also if your MPEG-2 files from broadcast capture has video or audio glitches, you may have playback problems on PS3.
Also, latest TSRemux version 0.19 may have audio remuxing bug and cannot load MPEG-2 program files (bug). I had problem yesterday. I tried previous 0.18 and it played ok on PS3.
Also, this method doesn't have 2gb file size limitation for PS3.
I was using this method with TSRemux before I bought Ulead DVD Movie Factory with HD pack.