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    i have copied acdc live at donnington blu ray, as a backup to my computer. it plays in media player classic. the file is a m2ts file . when i encode the m2ts file using 264 codec, by following the guide on this site to create an mkv file to play on ps3. the video file is converted to a 264 file in megui, but errors in program as soon as its time to edit the audio.the audio is the same as the video file , and i changed false to true. i believe i followed the instructions correctly, i have done this 5 times, and it errors on the audio every time.does anyone else have this problem, or am i missing something. thanks in advance for any help anyone can provide.
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    Moving you to the blu-ray to mp4/mkv forum.

    What guide are you refering to?
    What is the error message in megui?

    And mkv doesn't work on a ps3.
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    You cannot import the m2ts to meGUI to encode the audio part. You have to demux the audio from the m2ts with TSmuxeR for example and continue from there.
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    the guide was the playstation 3 guide useing megui, it just says error when it gets to audio, and i use mkv to vob to get file to play on ps3. last night i tried tsmuxer and muxed the h264 codec and 1 audio file together, and still got audio error. today i will try the same files but do them seperately, save as m2ts files and then create avisynth script.
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