Hello people, been a lurker on here for some time but even through searching I'm having a difficult time trying to recode a video ever since getting that bloody "Corrupted Data" error on my PS3, be it whether I try to play it from my thumb drive or copy it over. It is a high-definition video with the following specs:
SOURCE: 1080p BluRay MaxHD
VIDEO: 2192 Kbps
AUDIO: AAC 448Kbps [5.1]
FRAMERATE: 23.976 NTSC
SIZE: 2.40 GB
Now just being lazy, I attempted to just recode the file to an AVI using FormatFactory.. however, albeit recognized by the system, this resulted in a slightly choppy playback on the PS3. I read on further that I could demux the MP4 file and convert the AAC audio file to AC3 and then remux to a new MP4 file.. but I had absolutely no luck with this. Is this necessary anyway?
All I want is to be able to play this file on the PS3 in the quality I received it in, no choppiness. Could someone please assist?
I'm running Windows 7 with a generous amount of memory. Cheers
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Cool thanks man, I'll give it a go!
Unfortunately the program just crashes when I try to load the MP4..
Could be a really simple fix. The information you've given isn't enough to diagnose the problem.
The PS3 supports multi-channel .aac audio in the .mp4 container as long as it is LC-AAC, not HC-AAC. Most .aac tracks are LC so that's probably not the problem. Most likely you have an incompatible video stream. Run the original file through mediainfo and let us know whether it's Xvid, AVC, VC-1, etc.
If the original file was created with Quicktime, then that's another possibility, too.