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Help format m2ts

Post#1 by Novichok » 29 Aug 2015, 11:24

The watch in the format m2ts? Vlc, SMPlayer, exmplayer-3.8.0.i586,gnome-mplayer-1.0.9-i486-bundle,rosa-mplayer-1.6.9+plugin
it does not show the video without delay and do not allow it to rewind :cry: Hang and artifacts in video :wall:

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Re: Help format m2ts

Post#2 by donald » 30 Aug 2015, 12:57

Hello Novichok
Can you give a download-link to such a mpeg2 transport stream File?
But please not in GB size.
thanks

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Re: Help format m2ts

Post#3 by Novichok » 30 Aug 2015, 20:40

The smallest video takes 31 GB. Cut parts and placed on the Internet link to it, I can not not have the necessary programs to work with m2ts, I CAN ONLY WRITE video settings :cry:

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Codec ID:H264 - DXVA Decoder(VLD - Slice Short)
Input Type:H264(24 bits)
Input Size:1920 x 1080(1.78:1)
Output Type:dxva
Output Size:1920 x 1088(1.78:1)
Frame Rate:25.00
BitRate: Unknown

Codec ID:Dolby AC3(0x2000) - FFmpeg Decoder(ac3)
Sample Rate:48000->48000 Samples/Sec
Bit Rate:0->16 Bits/Sample
Channels:2->2 Channels
Bitrate: 384 kbps

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Re: Help format m2ts

Post#4 by donald » 30 Aug 2015, 23:02

Hi Novichok
I'm sorry, but it's not possible (for me) to find out what is wrong with that File without doing some tests.
To many possibilities.
for example:
will it play correct with my Hardware?
is the File itself damaged?
Do I have to change some player options?
Will It be better to convert the File into an other Format?
and so on
I'm really sorry
good luck

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Re: Help format m2ts

Post#5 by Novichok » 31 Aug 2015, 09:15

I look for among the free programs manager that can cut a piece of video from the rest of the piece, as it will cut without changing the video posted a link like this video from Provo weddings, children's matinees filmed with a Digital Camcorders AVCHD format :)

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Re: Help format m2ts

Post#6 by Novichok » 31 Aug 2015, 12:03

http://hdroliki.ru/category/full-hd-rol ... nic/page/2
The smallest video :)On the site, there are plenty of size, the larger the more problems when viewing :)

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Re: Help format m2ts

Post#7 by donald » 31 Aug 2015, 16:12

Hi Novichok
What I've done so far is
dowloaded the "hd_other_panasonic_the_beautiful_mysterious_ocean.m2ts" onto my
usb thumbdrive
Playback with Gnome-Mplayer..works fine, no artefacts no drop-outs no sound issues,
but a very high CPU usage. Both CPU-cores at 2Ghz and 70% usage.
Is your Hardware powerful enough?
Fast Forward and Rewind doesn't work correctly,

I opend this video in Avidemux2,
(If your video editing program wont open m2ts files,
rename them to *.mpg and try again)

avidemux asked if I want to re-index the video > yes > choose first and last video-frame
(A + B marker), in the left pane choose video = copy, audio = copy, container = mp4 >
save the File ( ignore the "audio might not be compatible" warning and do not overwrite the original File,use a different name)
Now the FF and REV buttons (in Gnome Mplayer) are working.Every click jumps ~10 sec.
also the slider and mousewheel are working
(press and hold the FF or REV buttons do not work)

this was done in XFCE bacause I do not have a Porteus KDE at the moment.

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