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    I can't seem to get multiAVCHD 4.1 to work for me. Any other suggestions to try or programs that can do this for me?

    a few of the errors i get are:

    Video is not AVCHD/BDMV compliant!
    Detected frame reference count: 12 (max:6).
    Audio conversion failed! (eac3to)
    eac3to didn't succeed...
    Cannot detect file size: (c:\multiAVCHD\_TEMP\multiTEMP-20120507\temp-2.pcm) (RS:0)

    several other red lines of unhappiness.
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    Check out tsmuxer. It has a bluray folder output option. I don't have a bluray burner so I've never tried it personally. But it should be something for you to look into.
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    Will do, and i'll come back in a few hours after I've played with it.

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    Originally Posted by redisk View Post
    Will do, and i'll come back in a few hours after I've played with it.

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    Good luck.

    I'm not sure if it can take mkv directly. At worst assuming these are h264 mkv files you could demux them. However I am pretty sure tsmuxer can take a mkv as it is.
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    Originally Posted by yoda313 View Post
    Originally Posted by redisk View Post
    Will do, and i'll come back in a few hours after I've played with it.

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    Good luck.

    I'm not sure if it can take mkv directly. At worst assuming these are h264 mkv files you could demux them. However I am pretty
    sure tsmuxer can take a mkv as it is.
    Tsmuxer won't accept some mkv file(compressed head,bad audio etc..)
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