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Many people use that for there PS3 streaming works well John1711 View Public Profile Find More Posts by John1711 Find More Threads by John1711 26th March 2010, 12:39 PM It's a problem with pioneer player. the only other thing I see is that the timestamps are off on the mpls file... Already have an account? have a peek at this web-site

that tsMuxer can only use I-frames as cut points which could account for the problem. I don't know why my AnyDVD won't tell me the correct .mpls gabbett1 View Public Profile Find More Posts by gabbett1 5th October 2015, 22:24 #13511 |Link gabbett1 Registered I didn't know that. I assume what you're referring to is the fact that in multipart playlists there can be overlapping audio frames.

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I use MCEBuddy which works quite well. 22GB file will take a while though. Also automatically splitting into several files, if the size of WAV file exceeds 4Gb. Why Tamron 90mm 2.8 is "marketed" as Macro and not as a "portrait" lens? tebasuna51 View Public Profile Find More Posts by tebasuna51 5th October 2015, 22:23 #13510 |Link gabbett1 Registered User Join Date: Sep 2015 Posts: 22 Quote: Originally Posted by ScottJ

jdobbs13th October 2011, 05:10Thanks for your help... It contains 1 playlist for the main title and another for the 'Making Of this Film'. Can't detect stream type. Signal 6 Unix Ive also tried multiavchdSelect "Hard encode first external subtitle track (transparent)" twice (You'll see what I mean) HanSooloo9th December 2011, 14:50Have an M2TS file from a Bluray disc.

I attempt to demux just the video, and I get an "tsmuxer finished with an error code of -2" I think that it might be the filename is too long. Exit Code 134 Java BTW, this is not a big deal because it appears to be a one time thing, so I'm not going to persue it any more. And in my case too tsmuxer had not complained about anything--I was left to puzzle-out the solution thru trial-and-error and eventually a hunch. Use tsMuxeR to mux and eac3to to extract.

is always 134, i don't know what's the meaning of 134. Container Exited With A Non-zero Exit Code 134 Demuxing an LPCM sound track, from Pearl Harbor, and the result was 3 separate wav tracks instead of 1. 2 @ 1 h 22m and 1 @ 17m (movie is 3h But with the help of AnyDVDHD, tsmuxer, BDSup2Sub, and Mkvmerge, I've been able to do several blu-rays (Lion King, Avatar, Wall-E... I test other 12 BD's with some of this problems.

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Anyone? The other delays work perfectly! Linux Exit Code 134 The included error message is more conducive to root causing the issue -- that's what I meant. Process Finished With Exit Code 134 Python The time now is 1:21 PM. -- vBulletin 3 Default ---- Fixed-Width Default -- sabretooth - OCAU ---- Fixed-Width Sabretooth -- NightShades_ Contact Us - Overclockers Australia - Archive - Top

I just finished downloading and after 21GB I was quite excited at chucking it on my TV and watching it via PS3 Media Server. Check This Out coolalibaba24th September 2010, 12:00anyone updated PS3 to 3.50 firmware? Anyone? It simply refused to load the Verbatim BD-RE with the same Video (muxed to Bluray, not AVCHD though!) The clerk said that this player is known to be very picky about Linux Sigabrt

When this happen, if I exclude subs then tsmuxer cut like expected. deank24th September 2010, 12:09Did you try with AVCHD which previously worked? This is getting ridiculous... Source setarip_old15th January 2011, 01:[email protected] Hi!

You probably wrote past the end of an array of wrote to freed memory. Error Code 134 Wow Here's the file info gathered from the MediaInfo app you linked to: Quote: General Complete name : X:\Movies\BergensBanen720p_mLogo.mp4 Format : QuickTime Format/Info : Original Apple specifications File size : 21.6 GiB My advice: forget tsMuxeR for demuxing purposes and use eac3to instead.

rapscallion19th February 2011, 21:24I know that sites like or show that they have copies, but I do not know how trustworthy they are.

Ghitulescu3rd November 2010, 15:21Field testing report: Just checked out a self-encoded AVCHD and Bluray (with Big Buck Bunny! ;-) muxed with TSmuxer at the local electronics store on various BD players... Taking into account the name of the program is TSMuxer. I had BDinfo look at everything, and it's the longest group of files by 20 minutes at least... Exit Code 137 I have used the same x264 settings I've used with the movie that has motived me to post here: --crf 20 --preset slower --level 4.1 --vbv-bufsize 78125 --vbv-maxrate 62500.

Can you normally play a 8-12GB movie with minimal issues? I feel like my encounters are too easy, even using the encounter tables How do I create armor for a physically weak species? I was able to cut the .srt file using tsMuxeR GUI, but the output was .sup. How should I position two shelf supports for the best distribution of load?

jdobbs13th October 2011, 01:32Question: I'm ripping Harry Potter 7 Part 1 blu-ray. any ideas...? Thanks... quartex18th July 2011, 13:46Don't know a freeware tool for the job, but Smart Cutter ( might be one of the tools able to do this.

tedybear18th September 2011, 07:08why are all downloads dead? Look a weird issue, I suspect is something related to remuxing? Greetings IanD30th August 2010, 05:20I'm having a peculiar issue with TsMuxer: to fit a 2:30:20 movie only onto a BD-R, I need to trim off some of the end credits to but I just need to split based on different input filename.

For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize jdobbs14th October 2011, 19:33I'm surprised at this--I thought only eac3to handled those programs with many multiple m2ts files (I'm blanking on the terminology atm) whereby there are gaps in the audio The sound has a glitch at approximately 15 seconds in the file. :-( I have then muxed the same video (with the 5 seconds of black at the beginning) but with Should I just mux video only?

Reload to refresh your session. Then you need check all .m2ts (at last the first ones) in 407.mpls to see if first audio track is always TrueHD (Atmos), English, 7.1 channels, 48kHz a) If aren't the wlee4th November 2011, 04:06in the GUI, Input tab, tracks can be deselected or removed, is there any difference between two? Not good, but I don't like to look a gift horse (freeware) in the mouth either!

I guess this formula does not exist ;) IF you were dealing with "100%-sure" constant-framerate video and constant-frame-duration audio, then quite probably your formula should work. Even great programs begin to give problems over time (as technologies evolve) if they are not updated. I will extract two thd files and then try ffmpeg to convert to w64 so I can then concatenate them. However, when I tried to run it, I still get this: eac3to v3.29 command line: "J:\Blue Ray Ripping\Tools\eac3to\eac3to.exe" "J:\Rip\INSURGENT\" 110) ... 3: "J:\Temp\RipBot264temp\job2\" -down16 ... 3: TrueHD (Atmos), English, 7.1 channels,

Or do you just use a Hex Editor? JoeH16th October 2011, 08:17You can also try the HD Streams Extractor in MeGUI (which uses EAC3TO but has a great front-end). chompy14th October 2011, 08:15not really...