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Re: Solved - MKV files & data unsupported / corrupted messag

Postby devildog93 » Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:46 am

talomer40 wrote:
devildog93 wrote:
this output is from the movie file im having trouble with, i downloaded the latest MKVToolnix and did like you said, pressed remux, do i need to uninstall the program download another one, older version and remux again?



The latest MKVToolnix is 4.4

I use 3.4 to make it work.


My original post about RED....
devildog93 wrote:
SubJunk wrote:Yeah, devildog is right. The SubJunk build fixes MKV issues


Although I had issues with Red. Had to remux with MKVMerge 3.4.0 Never messed with the subs yet.


Sorry if you got confused. Try uninstalling 4.4 and re-install 3.4. Then re-run the MKV thru it.

MKVMerge version 3.4 or older is always a good A/V software program to have in your inverntory. There is a way to set 4.0 or newer versions to work in the same manner, but the older versions do it out the box.
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Re: Solved - MKV files & data unsupported / corrupted messag

Postby talomer40 » Thu Jan 20, 2011 8:46 am

devildog93 wrote:
talomer40 wrote:
devildog93 wrote:
this output is from the movie file im having trouble with, i downloaded the latest MKVToolnix and did like you said, pressed remux, do i need to uninstall the program download another one, older version and remux again?



The latest MKVToolnix is 4.4

I use 3.4 to make it work.


My original post about RED....
devildog93 wrote:
SubJunk wrote:Yeah, devildog is right. The SubJunk build fixes MKV issues


Although I had issues with Red. Had to remux with MKVMerge 3.4.0 Never messed with the subs yet.


Sorry if you got confused. Try uninstalling 4.4 and re-install 3.4. Then re-run the MKV thru it.

MKVMerge version 3.4 or older is always a good A/V software program to have in your inverntory. There is a way to set 4.0 or newer versions to work in the same manner, but the older versions do it out the box.



I'm speechless !! you are PS3Media server Guru !!!
thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you ..
i was about to give up on this movie but you did it !!
remux with MKVMerge 3.4.0 helped !!
thank you !!
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Re: Solved - MKV files & data unsupported / corrupted messag

Postby devildog93 » Thu Jan 20, 2011 9:37 am

talomer40 wrote:
I'm speechless !! you are PS3Media server Guru !!!
thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you ..
i was about to give up on this movie but you did it !!
remux with MKVMerge 3.4.0 helped !!
thank you !!


Well, you are welcome. This was actually discovered somewhere on the net then it made it's way to this forum.....I just relay it as it has worked well for me. As far as PMS guru....far from it. Just average user who has had alot of time to mess with the program and other AV software.

Hope you enjoy the show. Haven't had a chance to watch it all the way thru yet.
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Re: Solved - MKV files & data unsupported / corrupted messag

Postby XAlucarDX454 » Mon Jan 31, 2011 4:27 pm

you. my main man got my mkvs working! i bless you with all my heart!!!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: Solved - MKV files & data unsupported / corrupted messag

Postby ransom » Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:18 pm

Any notion of what options to use for versions of mkvmerge later than 3.4.0? It's turning out to be a bit of a pain to track down 3.4.0 for ubuntu...

Many thanks for any info!
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Re: Solved - MKV files & data unsupported / corrupted messag

Postby SubJunk » Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:29 pm

ctrl+p, select "Disable header removal...", click OK :)
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