OK report back.
Success on first file attempt.
File properly created, imports into TsmuxeR fine and produces a fine .iso.
A slight sync issue on playback thru the Dune media player and Marantz av receiver but I'm unsure if that's a big issue as yet (I did read earlier posts some people were experiencing this).
Nonetheless a brilliant workaround to my problem and I really don't know where I'd be without not only people developing this stuff but also the support network here who've helped. When I'm through Eurpoe next this Mac tragic definitely owes people here a kofefe.
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I have followed Ennio's process in reply #4, and everything seems to go through fine. I don't get any errors etc. However, when I play the newly converted m2ts on the PC (to test it plays ok) I don't get any audio and the video is playing at 2-3x speed. When I try it on the Blu ray player I get an on screen message 'Cannot play file' .
I have an external USB HDD plugged into the player (LG UP970) which is connected to my A/V amp (Yamaha RX-V683). All other files on the HDD play fine, but these converted files don't.
Any ideas? please.
Thanks very much. Ian
Hey everyone. I have onkyo AVR which is capable of decoding atmos soundtrack. So i stumbled upon this forum after i tried playing a sample atmos file "amaze(lossless-ATMOS)" downloaded from https://thedigitaltheater.com/index.php/dolby-trailers/ through pen drive connected to my blu ray but resulted in audio not being supported. Thanks to @Ennio for his tutorial, i used tsmuxer to convert the file to m2ts and it worked fine.
Recently i tried ffmpeg to convert that video to m2ts. But unfortunately, the audio wasn't bitstreamed and the receiver displays it as pcm2.0 I used this command btw:ffmpeg -i input -c:v copy -c:a copy output.m2ts