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TxMuxer and my MKV to M2TS problem.

Discussion in 'PS3 - Modding & Hacking' started by Airoch, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. Airoch

    Airoch Member

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    I have been trying to convert game of thrones 10 files with TsMuxer GUI 1.10.6 to use on my Ps3/fat32 flashdrive combo. They files are x264 AC3 MKVs ive been trying to put into M2TS. Two of these files will not open the AC3 Audio even though all 10 files are the same type and from the same torrent/guy. No idea why I can not do these two and the other 8 work flawlessly and its bugging me seeing as this is a nice fast converter.

    Going to link 3 screenshots I took, 1 of the files working, 1 with the error and 1 of the file list.

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    Any techy people out there that could solve this I would be gratefull.
     
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  2. Airoch

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    Been afew days with no help so far :(

    Is this the right place to be asking for help with TSMuxer? Or can someone think of a better place to maybe ask for some insight?
     
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    I've had this happen to me a few times. It seems the audio track's first few frames are corrupt somehow. I've fixed it by editing a couple of frames off the start of the file with videoredo v4 and then it reloads into tsmuxer just fine.
    If you dont have videoredo or another app to edit the mkv you might want to try mkvmerge to remux the file to see if that works.
    Or download multiavchd and see if it can read the files properly.
    It can also create m2ts file structure for ps3/flash drives.
    (actually i dont think tsmuxer does it properly but multiavchd will)
    http://multiavchd.deanbg.com/
     

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