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||tsMuxer is a Transport Stream muxer. Remux/mux elementary streams, EVO/VOB/MPG, MKV/MKA, MP4/MOV, TS, M2TS to TS to M2TS. Supported video codecs H.264, VC-1, MPEG2. Supported audio codecs AAC, AC3 / E-AC3(DD+), DTS/ DTS-HD. Ability to set muxing fps manually and automatically, Ability to change level for H.264 streams, Ability to shift a sound tracks, Ability to extract DTS core from DTS-HD, Ability to join files. Output/Author to compliant Blu-ray Disc or AVCHD. Blu-ray 3D support in version 1.11+.
2.6.12 (January 20, 2014)
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This is in the most cases like yours the big Troublemaker.Read the Discription for this Setting.
I am experiencing some weird issues with strange behaviour.
When an .mp4/ac3 video file is added that was created using winFF/ffmpeg
tsMuxerGui crashes with a blank error message and at the
same time it seems to delete the driver for the bluray player drive
(not being used - file input is from hard drive)
These are simple files with 1 video and 1 audio track and
there is an "apple?" text track in the .mp4's that do this - I
dont know where that comes from - ffmpeg is creating it somehow in winFF
without it existing in the original file I think. - like I said - weird
the ffmpeg command line does not look like it is creating it though.
The same .mp4 file will however load into mkvmerge and convert to mkv with no problem
and it doesnt show that odd text track. The MKV file created will then load into tsmuxergui
with no issues. So I thought I'd mention it here.
Also sometimes the progress gets stuck part way and everything just stops
(with any file)
And occasionally the conversion completes but it stays on 97%
I have tried re-installing everything.
Can you guys make a feature so the computer will shut down whenever muxing's complete, and also be able to control it with a single checkmark?
I tried to demux a french TV test signal I catched.
This is a TS with 2 streams : TS Muxer identify well
These streams are in UHD (3840x2160) : TSmuxer OK
with 50 fps : That's the probleme !!! TSmuxer says "Framerate not found"
In HEVC : TSmuxer OK (Awesome)
I can't change the framerate to 50 and when I watch the remuxed file, it's slow (25 or 30 fps)
Do you know if there is a solution for this issue ?
Thanks for that usefull tool !!!
I'd forgotten that there was a LINUX version of TSMUXER. So my last comment is completely inappropriate. I stand corrected on my "lame" comment.
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