I have a source mkv file which plays with no problems, I used mkvextract to extract the audio and video streams. I then remastered the audio stream and encoded that into a DTS file. So I have 2 raw streams to mux. The DTS (raw) file can be played in VLC with no problems.
I then used tsmuxer to containerise these 2 streams into a m2ts file, however there is no audio output.
I tried using mkvmerge to make a mkv file and it plays with no problem.
Have done this thousands of times before with no issue like this, anyone have any ideas?
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The DTS file plays as does the the mkv file, both in vlc so thats not it. However, vlc has no option to select an audio track under Audio>Audio Track for the tsmuxer file which does not play audio.
I have determined that the problem is with the h.264 stream as it does not matter what type of audio stream (LPCM, AC3, DTS) I mux with it, there is no sound.
I have uploaded a clip.https://forum.videohelp.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=32381&stc=1&d=1435874331
Last edited by shag00; 2nd Jul 2015 at 18:02.
Ooops, sliced a bit off the wrong file. However, to solve the problem I re-transcoded the source and everything works fine. Thanks for your assistance.