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  1. Member Soopafresh's Avatar
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    AviDemux2 will convert an Mpeg2 program stream file to transport stream without re-encoding. The resulting file works with HD hardware decoder cards (ie - MYHD MDP-120).





    To be 100% certain it will play on other hardware players, run the resulting .TS file through Mpeg2Repair. That will move the PIDs to 11 and 14, quite standard for most video cards.
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    hi, I tried this... but run into the following issues:

    1) When opening the mkv (video:h246 /audio:ac3) first I receive the message:
    H264detect: If the file is using bframe as reference, it can lead into crash or stutteting. You can user another mode.... doesn't matter what i choose, I see the video...

    2) then, when just clicking on the save button, it Sais, "This is not MPEG compatible, you can't use copy codec". but as far as i know h264 and ac3 should in a mts/m2ts container (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AVCHD) or not?

    thanks
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    Should have mentioned, this is probably for Mpeg2 media only. H264 can be done from the command line, theoretically at least with the combination of several tools.



    mp42ts -

    http://kurtnoise.free.fr/index.php?dir=mp4tools/&file=mp42ts_20070314.zip
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    http://forum.videohelp.com/viewtopic.php?p=1687614&highlight=#1687614

    Yes, h264 and ac3 should mux into a TS file, but the problem with the command line software I suggested is that it will convert from MP4 to TS, and MP4 will NOT support AC3


    Painful, huh ?
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