lexyz wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 29, 2020 4:09 pm
Is it ok to demux m2ts by tsmuxer to avoid ffmpeg?
You can choose the program you prefer. The beauty of the command line is that, in addition to providing you great flexibility, it allows you to concatenate the various programs (in windows just use "&&", Google is your friend if you want to learn more) without waiting for the first one to finish and then start the second, etc., etc.
In the folder I've put the "SHOW_HELP" file in the hope that someone will open it and start using the command line.
Tomas wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 29, 2020 8:07 pm
Please, why is it throwing me such a bug in DEMUX.
It stops at the beginning. Thank you very much.
Please, list the steps you took before getting to use "DEMUX.bat"
Decidueye wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 29, 2020 8:33 pm
Links expired. Any new links for this? Will be trying this method now that I got the first step working!
I've already solved that problem: you don't need those libraries anymore.
RESET_9999 wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:42 pm
no problem on the x700 for the single track FEL or MEL profile 4
I'm not capturing any difference between FEL and MEL on the Shield suggesting it's ''maybe'' treating all the DV files as MEL.
I'm on my cell phone at the moment and I honestly don't see any difference between the files tested on the Shield and those tested on the X700 (I'm referring to London Has Fallen).
What do you gentlemen think about it?
Maybe it's not the best material for this kind of comparison?
ghostshadow wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 30, 2020 7:47 am
Well, I want to encode my uhd blu-ray in x265
All seems right (in TsMuxeR you have to load BL.x265.hevc and not BL.hevc).
However, I repeat that the encoding of the Base Layer (BL) involves a complete reorganization of its internal structure.
The RPUs present in EL are no longer good.
From my point of view, the procedure is completely wrong!
Feel free to experiment...