I am using AVCHDcoder to convert MKV to AVCHD DVDs. The program works great without any problems and the quality comes out really nice for fitting on a regular single layer DVD. My own issue is with the subtitles that it encodes into the Disc. Whenever there is suppose to be multiple lines in a subtitle, the newline '\N' character shows up in the subs itself and doesn't get parsed correctly has a newline character, so instead of something like this:
It gets displayed as:Code:Hi. How are you doing?
Is there anyway to fix this?Code:Hi.\NHow are you doing?
On another note, the newest version of AHCHDCoder always gets an error during the audio conversion phase. It just throws the 0x0101 Errorcode "Cannot convert audio". Though an older version of AVCHDcoder works flawlessly.
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I tried bdtoavchd. Apparently it can't process ASS subtitles. Plus I like AVCHDcoder because it can make an ISO file ready to burn and queue multiple files into the disc and have it create a chapter menu on the disc. It's works perfectly, just the subtitles have that glitch. What causes that glitch? Is there a way for me to fix that glitch in the subtitle file?
I just tried using bdtoavchd to encode a video and it failed to encode the same video that worked flawlessly in AVCHDCoder.
Last edited by userix; 23rd Oct 2013 at 21:53.