New version of tsMuxer released

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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby ExSport » Sun Mar 22, 2009 9:30 pm

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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby Jagged » Mon Mar 23, 2009 1:55 pm

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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby ExSport » Mon Mar 23, 2009 7:54 pm

Changelog:
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Version 1.8.35(b):

Feature: Two modes is supported now: "Create Blu-ray disk" and "Create AVCHD disk". The mode "Create AVCHD disk" is recommended for DVD disks. Use mode "Create Blu-ray disk" if you want to write files to blue-ray disk.
gcc is linked statically, for improvement of compatibility with different Linux versions.
Bug fixed: Incompatibility of VC-1 tracks with Panasonic players was fixed. User mode "Blu-ray disk" for playing VC-1 tracks with Panasonic players.
Bug fixed: Incorrect splitting of files, if size of part is more than 4Gb. This bug appears in Linux version only.
Bug fixed: Incorrect extraction of VC-1 track from some mkv files.
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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby flexoffset » Fri Mar 27, 2009 6:05 pm

Now that I found TSMuxer for OS X...
How exactly do I get PS3 Media Server to see and use TsMuxer in OS X? Is it something that needs to be coded into the PS3 Media Server app or can I manually set it up?

I've gone into TsMuxer and done the "show package contents" to copy the TsMuxer app over into the PS3 Media Server package contents.
After doing that, TSMuxer is still not showing up.
I'm using the 1.10 release of PS3 Media Server in OS X 10.4.11 and 10.5.6 on a Mac Pro.
I think with TsMuxer I may can play .mov files from my mac instead of relying on the PC.

Thanks in advance.
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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby Redlum » Wed Apr 01, 2009 3:07 pm

flexoffset wrote:Now that I found TSMuxer for OS X...
How exactly do I get PS3 Media Server to see and use TsMuxer in OS X? Is it something that needs to be coded into the PS3 Media Server app or can I manually set it up?

I've gone into TsMuxer and done the "show package contents" to copy the TsMuxer app over into the PS3 Media Server package contents.
After doing that, TSMuxer is still not showing up.
I'm using the 1.10 release of PS3 Media Server in OS X 10.4.11 and 10.5.6 on a Mac Pro.
I think with TsMuxer I may can play .mov files from my mac instead of relying on the PC.

Thanks in advance.

Use http://files.exonet.nl/ps3/pms-beta-r316.zip, it's a beta build for OSX with tsmuxer included.
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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby ExSport » Tue Apr 07, 2009 12:06 am

New version of tsMuxeR is available: http://www.smlabs.net/tsmuxer_en.html
Two new features added: Sony wave64 support and mkv chapters.

Also, this version includes new experimental feature: parameter "secondary" for video streams. This options allows to mux PIP video stream. tsMuxeR centers PIP streams on the screen by vertical position. Possible this function allows to resolve problem with cropped video in future. This options available in tsMuxer only and does not provided in tsMuxerGUI.
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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby wjharing » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:20 pm

1.9.9 is the very latest version now.
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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby shagrath » Thu Apr 16, 2009 5:33 pm

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Added compatibility with H.264 camcorders(pic_order_cnt_type 2 now supported).


just streamed a mark II 1080p video, working great :)
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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby ExSport » Sun May 10, 2009 9:25 am

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new version of tsMuxeR is available: http://www.smlabs.net/tsmuxer_en.html

Version 1.10.3:
* Added MOV/MP4 container support
* Added ability to scale PGS subtitles
* Added MPL file support
* Several minor bugs fixed

Also, I have added donate button.

SmartLabs tsMuxeR – the software utility to create TS and M2TS files for IP broadcasting as well as for viewing at hardware video players (i.e., Dune HD Ultra, Sony Playstation3 and others).
SmartLabs tsMuxeR is a freeware.
Supported incoming formats:
TS; M2TS; Blu-ray; Demux option
Supported videocodecs:
H.264; Microsoft VC-1; MPEG-2
Supported audiocodecs:
AAC; AC3 / E-AC3(DD+); Dolby True HD (for streams with AC3 core only); DTS/ DTS-HD; LPCM
Supported subtitle types:
M2TS Presentation graphic stream; SRT text subtitles
Supported containers and formats:
Elementary stream; Transport stream TS and M2TS; Program stream EVO/VOB/MPG; Matroska MKV/MKA; MP4/MOV
Main features:
Automatic or manual fps adjustment while mixing;
Level changing as well as SEI, SPS/PPS elements and NAL unit delimiter cycle insertion while mixing H.264;
Audio tracks and subtitles time shifting;
Ability to extract DTS core from DTS-HD;
Ability to extract AC3 core from True-HD;
Ability to join files;
Ability to adjust fps for subtitles;
Ability to convert LPCM streams into WAVE and vice versa;
Track language information injection into blu-ray structure and TS header;
Ability to cut source files;
Ability to split output file;
Ability to detect audio delay for TS/M2TS/MPG/VOB/EVO sources;
Ability to remove pulldown info from stream;
Ability to open Blu-ray playlist (MPLS) files;
Ability to convert SRT subtitles to PGS;
Tags for SRT subtitles support - tags for changing font, color, size, etc.; tag's syntax is similar to HTML;
United cross-platform GUI - Windows, Linux, MacOS.
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Re: New version of tsMuxer released

Postby ExSport » Sun May 10, 2009 10:19 pm

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