I wonder if anyone has found some software that will allow me to convert TV Freeview HD m2ts files or will allow me to play these files from the computer
All i get with the software i have tried so far is a failed to load come up
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Complete name : C:\00001.m2ts
File size : 1.28 GiB
this is the text view ?
as for what software i have used I've tried most
the HD files from the Panasonic recorder go on to the hard drive and then i transfer them to a disc. outher blu-ray players will play the files but no sound as for computer software the files wont load at all hence no picture or sound
arcsoft however will not play the file from the computer however no sound or picture failure to load comes up
tsMuxeR cant detect stream type ?
the files are spot on and will play on all blu-ray players to hand just no sound
the Panasonic recorder plays both sound and picture as you would expect
Last edited by fourbanks; 5th Jul 2014 at 11:06.
Yeah. Sounds like encryption. I don't think you can play both video and audio together.
Sorry. I can't fix that one for you. Maybe another member can chip in.
I think most of them will say the same though.
I'm told it's because the sound has a custom codac as freeview HD is not a ble-ray spec at 720 HD so the file transfer is ok in the picture but the sound has to be modified somehow in the transferring to the disc hence the loss of sound
it is not encrypted i have been told it's just a oddity to which i don't understand on the sound part
can you post a short sample ?
the file upload doesn't work for me so will have to try later
Perhaps you hit filesize limits? You don't need 15min sample, a few seconds will do
Some filetypes are not registered for the upload box here, Try zipping it up first (e.g. 7zip, winrar)
Neither commercial (VideoRedo, TMPG, ConvertXtoDVD, Corel, Wonderfox, Aieesoft) nor free (FFmpeg, Format Factory, Pazera, Freemake, HDConvertToX, and a host of others not listed) could identify anything in that file. No video. No Audio.
Every player exulted by members on here failed. I don't know how you manage to get picture playback (having said that my vlc isn't up to date). Also, if you can play video I don't understand why you can't manage to demux it. Identifying the video format would narrow the options for audio considerably.
as i said before also the file will only play with arcsoft from the blu-ray player on the computer it will not play the file once transferred onto the computer arcsoft wont play the stream it is needing the full information from the other files i feel that are on the disc and are being read in a sequence that the arcsoft software understands ?
i will up load those and maybe with all the files loaded and downloaded and then put on to a disc someone will be then in my position with a working disc but no sound ?
once downloaded the file structure should consist of the following
2 folders one AACS and one BDAV
in the AACS folder the files there should contain as follows
AACS_av (file folder)
in the BDAV folder the files there should contain as follows
PLAYLIST (file folder)
CLIPINF (file folder)
As i say hopefully someone will construct these downloads and get it to play in something other then arcsoft hopefully with some sound and a big thanks to anyone giving this a try
a free trial for arcsoft can be found here i have the paid version