robertzerosum wrote:All right. I made an account just to inform a little fix that worked 100% for me.
I downloaded a torrent file: The.Social.Network.2010.1080P.MKV.AC3.DTS.Eng.NLSubs-DMT
The MKV file was 11GB. Pretty massive.
Then I used MKV2VOB and I used this settings:
- Video Transcoding: Never
- Always Decode DTS [cheked]
- File splitting: Memory Stick (1GB)
The muxing took about 10 minutes to complete and delivered 12 files of 1GB and 10:30 of length. With .mpg extensions.
I put them all together in my external HDD making sure the order of the files were correct. I plugged it into my PS3 and started playing the first file.
(I did not copy the files to the PS3)
Then the second one started immediately. Then the third and so on. I watched the whole movie in the first try without any audio problems or errors of Cinavia.
I cannot tell you wich of the settings made the trick; because I don't know. But I know I watched The Social Network in 1080p with 660kbps audio at 48KHz on my PS3.
So give it a try and tell me what happens.
robertzerosum wrote:What if you use some software to cut the file in 10min sections and then mux them all in MK2VOB.
I'm sure the 20min thing is because Cinavia is configured to surprise you at 20min so you get all pissed and go out and buy the thing.
Gareee wrote:I'll try to duplicate that here to see if it works here as well.
It was pre installed on my system when I got it. any easy instructions on how to break a video file up that way?
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