Gareee wrote:I don't think this is at all related to cinavia issues. If you read through the thread, its a new version of the mkv encoder that has toggled on by defauly a legacy option that no one was using at all, and which causes playback issues.
I agree. Cinavia has only, truly reared it's ugly head in one movie.....The Losers.
All other audio related problems recently have been due to something changing in the way they are muxxed.
Generally, that problem has been a symptom of MKVToolnix v. 4.1 and on ( not positive which version it started with for sure)
The fixes right now, are hit or miss. I have had success with Repo Men by remuxxing with MkVToolnix v.3.3.0
I have had success with the MKClean on a few files, and have had success with other files by using Popcorn MKV audio convertor, and with AviMux GUI.
Even after the successes I have had, I still cannot put a definitive, all-in-one solution together. I suggest people have an array of MKV tools in their collection, and try suggestions laid out in a few of the topics on this forum.
MKVToolnix v.3.3.0 (does not have compression header issue) w/ MKVExtract GUI ( so you can extract streams, then do what you wish with them)
Popcorn MKV Audio Converter (requires many external apps, but useful)
Also, I use:
tsMuxer GUI (remux extracted streams, if compliant, into m2ts container, AVCHD, or BLU-Ray disc format)
Foobar 2000 w/ DTS decoder and converter
YAMB (to remux extracted streams, if compliant, into mp4 container)
MKV2AVI ( self-explanatory )
WAV to AC3 encoder (use with Foobar 2000 after converting DTS to WAV, then use it to convert WAV to AC3)