BD-Rebuilder v0.20.07

Jdobbs had just released a new update for BD-Rebuilder. He feels he has isolated the cause of the version 18.07outputs skipping on PS3s.
Let’s support his beta so that he can further this app. He worked hards on this PS3 skipping issue, and in reality he kinda didn’t need to since it was already all playing fine on standalone Bluray players… but kudos to him for his efforts.

BD-Rebuilder 0.18.08 changelog

- Corrected an error in which a stream with no audio
  to extract could cause an error.
- Updated muxing command line in an attempt to correct
  "skipping" issues with playback on PS3.
- Corrected an error in which "ConvertToYV12()" can be
  multiply entered in an AVS file.
- Made some corrections related to audio stream
  selection and PIDs used.
- Updated included X264.EXE to r1109.
- Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes. 

What, no link for the lazy? :slight_smile:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2216865]What, no link for the lazy? :slight_smile:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716[/QUOTE]

LOL… I knew you’d have my back on that… :wink:

Thanks.
Still hoping BD25 would allow to keep hidef audio (Dolby TrueHD or DTS HD MA).

[QUOTE=zaina;2217292]Thanks.
Still hoping BD25 would allow to keep hidef audio (Dolby TrueHD or DTS HD MA).[/QUOTE]

He hadn’t added that into BD-Rebuiler yet in order to limit potential bugs for now… he has stated though that he would add that capabilty in a future version… :wink:

Good to hear that, I hope it will be implemented soon. After all blu-ray is hidef both picture and audio but until now BD Rebuilder can only retain the hidef video, audio is downconverted… :slight_smile:

[QUOTE=zaina;2217580]Good to hear that, I hope it will be implemented soon. After all blu-ray is hidef both picture and audio but until now BD Rebuilder can only retain the hidef video, audio is downconverted… :)[/QUOTE]

Yeah, a lot of Doom9 members are requesting that as well… but right now he uses TSMuxer, which doesn’t support TrueHD… I don’t see him going to TSRemux for the multiplexing neither.
one thing you can do is to reencode to whatever (BD-9 or BD-25) while keeping enough audio streams equivalent to the size of the TrueHD or DTS-HD Master audio streams… then remuxing the BD-REbuilder output m2ts file with the HD audio stream while deselecting all the audios you initially added for the project… so in essence replacing all the audio streams you kept with the HD audio insead…and remuxxing that with the video.
am I making sense?

[quote=MBK;2217661]Yeah, a lot of Doom9 members are requesting that as well… but right now he uses TSMuxer, which doesn’t support TrueHD… I don’t see him going to TSRemux for the multiplexing neither.[/quote]What do you mean TSMuxer doesn’t support TrueHD?

one thing you can do is to reencode to whatever (BD-9 or BD-25) while keeping enough audio streams equivalent to the size of the TrueHD or DTS-HD Master audio streams… then remuxing the BD-REbuilder output m2ts file with the HD audio stream while deselecting all the audios you initially added for the project… so in essence replacing all the audio streams you kept with the HD audio insead…and remuxxing that with the video (main movie only).
am I making sense?

Do you always find BD Rebuilder accurate with its video size calculation? There is once I chose BD25 but it resulted with only around 18GB total video+audio.

Thanks for the tip but it will be difficult for most movies. Let’s say the hidef audio is 4GB for a 2 hours movie. Normaly the AC3 6ch is around 500-ish MB. I would need around 8 audio streams but the majority of movies out there will not have 8 different audio streams (or languages). :smiley:

Also what software to remux since you said tsmuxer doesn’t support TrueHD?

[QUOTE=zaina;2217676] What do you mean TSMuxer doesn’t support TrueHD? [/QUOTE]
If you select TrueHD audio using TSMuxer, there will be no sound in the resulting m2ts, even though the TrueHD audio is listed.

[QUOTE=zaina;2217676]
Do you always find BD Rebuilder accurate with its video size calculation? There is once I chose BD25 but it resulted with only around 18GB total video+audio.[/QUOTE]
It’s usually pretty close to the target for me, but if it was only 18 GBs in your case, then that would’ve been perfect to replace the AC3 audio with HD audio… :wink:

[QUOTE=zaina;2217676]
Thanks for the tip but it will be difficult for most movies. Let’s say the hidef audio is 4GB for a 2 hours movie. Normaly the AC3 6ch is around 500-ish MB. I would need around 8 audio streams but the majority of movies out there will not have 8 different audio streams (or languages). :D[/QUOTE]
Yeah you’re probably right in you’re estimates… it was just a thought. :slight_smile:
I’m not 100% sold on the the HD audio since the AC3 audio is plenty thunderous enough on my system and my tastes… I really couldn’t care to just be able to lower the volume to get the same results…lol:bigsmile:

[QUOTE=zaina;2217676]
Also what software to remux since you said tsmuxer doesn’t support TrueHD? [/QUOTE]

TSRemux usually can, although there has been a few that it failed to demux the TrueHD audio as well.

Just an FYI for anyone interested in the BD-Rebuilder Beta advancements…
JDobbs has released version [B]0.19.06[/B], and it seems very stable… I’d recommend to all to give it a try…

Also, for others that may not have yet heard, TSMuxer has fixed their TrueHD audio retention issue with their latest Beta… version 1.8.18…
ftp://213.221.6.90/tsMuxer/

Thank you MBK.

Please help!!!
I use AnyDVD rip Casino Royale(50GB) into HDD, then run BD-Rebuilder 0.19.06, get a wrong message: BD-Rebuilder experienced an error: Source check()00006 1 / illagel source / selected source is not BD format. The movie play fine in PowerDVD 8 on PC.
Anyone can help me?

I am use WinXP Pro X64, I did try 32 bit XP, but get the same result.

Thanks

Alex

Welcome to the forum alex_wk_liu

Please do not cross post, give the members a chance to respond

[QUOTE=alex_wk_liu;2226125]Please help!!!
I use AnyDVD rip Casino Royale(50GB) into HDD, then run BD-Rebuilder 0.19.06, get a wrong message: BD-Rebuilder experienced an error: Source check()00006 1 / illagel source / selected source is not BD format. The movie play fine in PowerDVD 8 on PC.
Anyone can help me?

I am use WinXP Pro X64, I did try 32 bit XP, but get the same result.

Thanks

Alex[/QUOTE]

Are you selecting the title folder and not the BDMV folder?
BD-Rebuilder won’t load the Bluray files unless you are selecting the Title folder…

I try to select all the folder in this movie:
title folder, get "BD-Rebuilder experienced an error: Source check()00006 1 / illagel source / selected source is not BD format."
other folder and the BDMV folder: get “selected source is not BD format.”

Do you know why this happen?

Alex

[QUOTE=alex_wk_liu;2226335]I try to select all the folder in this movie:
title folder, get "BD-Rebuilder experienced an error: Source check()00006 1 / illagel source / selected source is not BD format."
other folder and the BDMV folder: get “selected source is not BD format.”

Do you know why this happen?

Alex[/QUOTE]

You should post that in the BD-Rebuilder thread at Doom9 forum, and JDobbs will better know why this message came up…
If you did select the Title folder and got this message, then my guess would be that the rip isn’t completley right, maybe the protection wasn’t completely removed?.. not sure

Thanks!!!

Alex

New version released today.
v0.20.07 :wink:

Trying my hand at this program, and have a problem. run program does what it does after lots of hours it’s done. I burned the results and the disk plays perfect on my computer but not on the BD player. The movie runs but there is no video on the BD Player a Panasonic BD50

Any ideas.

What media did you burn to?