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    Hello!

    I need some help. I plan to convert my GoPro and Camcorder recordings for using on Blu-Ray Disc with the best image quality. For this reason I use the Lagarith Plugin in my "Magix Video Deluxe" video editing software and MeGUI with x264 encoder. As some of the recordings are in 60 fps (GoPro HERO) and some are in 50 fps (Camcorder), I decrease the framerate at first to 50 fps with "Magix Video Deluxe", then I export it as 50p video in YV12-AVI with the Lagarith-Plugin.

    As I can only use 50i material on Blu-Rays with real 50 fps, I prefer this format. The main problem is that I don't know how to convert the 50p format in 50i which meets the Blu-Ray standard. There are some options in "AVISynth Script Creator" which I'm using with MeGUI, but for adding interlace (Top field first). Additionally I need to get a M2TS-File at the end, not a MKV or MP4 file format which I can use for burning on Disc without re-encoding. So I also need to know how to convert it correctly.

    Can anyone explain me very carefully how to do this? Or is there a detailled tutorial how to convert progressive Lagarith AVI files in Blu-Ray or even DVD-Format?
    And which authoring software could you recommend to add some chapters, menus, pictures and music on the disc? I also could do this with "Magix Video Deluxe" or "Corel VideoStudio" but maybe there is a similar solution without using a video editing software. It should be able to create ISO files then so that I can burn it with IMGBurn on the media.

    Thank you in advance for helping!
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  2. Look into some decent BR authoring software like TMPGenc Authoring works. It will let you bring in your original clips and trim them without your innumerable conversions, and output what you need at good quality.

    Your current proposed workflow is like making three right turns to go left.
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  3. Converting 50p to 25i is easy in AviSynth:

    Code:
    # 50p source
    AssumeTFF()
    SeparateFields()
    SelectEvery(4,0,3)
    Weave()
    # now 25i, TFF
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    Originally Posted by manono View Post
    50p can be used in Blu-Ray at 1280x720.
    Theoretically yes, but Corel VideoStudio, which I use for authoring Blu-Rays can't do that and then converts each video back in 1080i50, which the video quality is lost. At least it supports "Smart Rendering" but the internal MP4 encoder of this program is also one of the worst I know. That's why it's important to me that the video encoded with x264 remains untouched. Apart from that, I don't want to give up the Full HD resolution (720p is not Full HD, so I loose video details). The de-interlacing is basically no problem, since this is scaled by both the Blu-Ray player and the TV accordingly. So I have to get the source video somehow in the i50 format.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Converting 50p to 25i is easy in AviSynth:

    Code:
    # 50p source
    AssumeTFF()
    SeparateFields()
    SelectEvery(4,0,3)
    Weave()
    # now 25i, TFF
    Many thanks for your effort! I have just tried the script with MeGUI in AVISynth Script Creator and it works. Unfortunately, the result is still not the same as the material, which I need to burn on the Blu-Ray. Although you can clearly see the interlacing, but the source material is still recognized as "progressive with 50 fps" and that is not accepted by Corel VideoStudio.

    I once took the trouble to save the detailed codec information from my camcorder via MPC-HC. The differences are still clearly visible (I dyed red). All other specifications such as the AC3 sound should be correct.

    Original Video (Camcorder) - Smart Render compatible:
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    General
    ID                             : 0 (0x0)
    Complete name                  : F:\Datas\Camcorder\00045.MTS
    Format                         : BDAV
    Format/Info                    : Blu-ray Video
    File size                      : 19.4 MiB
    Duration                       : 10 s 350 ms
    Overall bit rate mode          : Variable
    Overall bit rate               : 15.7 Mb/s
    Maximum Overall bit rate       : 18.0 Mb/s
    Recorded date                  : 2019-04-30 21:45:44+02:00
    Writing application            : Sony HDR-CX690E
    
    Video
    ID                             : 4113 (0x1011)
    Menu ID                        : 1 (0x1)
    Format                         : AVC
    Format/Info                    : Advanced Video Codec
    Format profile                 : High@L4
    Format settings                : CABAC / 2 Ref Frames
    Format settings, CABAC         : Yes
    Format settings, ReFrames      : 2 frames
    Format settings, GOP           : M=2, N=13
    Codec ID                       : 27
    Duration                       : 9 s 800 ms
    Bit rate mode                  : Variable
    Bit rate                       : 14.8 Mb/s
    Maximum bit rate               : 16.0 Mb/s
    Width                          : 1 920 pixels
    Height                         : 1 080 pixels
    Display aspect ratio           : 16:9
    Frame rate                     : 25.000 FPS
    Color space                    : YUV
    Chroma subsampling             : 4:2:0
    Bit depth                      : 8 bits
    Scan type                      : Interlaced
    Scan type, store method        : Separated fields
    Scan order                     : Top Field First
    Bits/(Pixel*Frame)             : 0.286
    Stream size                    : 17.3 MiB (89%)
    IrisFNumber                    : 1.800000
    
    Audio
    ID                             : 4352 (0x1100)
    Menu ID                        : 1 (0x1)
    Format                         : AC-3
    Format/Info                    : Audio Coding 3
    Commercial name                : Dolby Digital
    Codec ID                       : 129
    Duration                       : 9 s 888 ms
    Bit rate mode                  : Constant
    Bit rate                       : 256 kb/s
    Channel(s)                     : 2 channels
    Channel layout                 : L R
    Sampling rate                  : 48.0 kHz
    Frame rate                     : 31.250 FPS (1536 SPF)
    Bit depth                      : 16 bits
    Compression mode               : Lossy
    Delay relative to video        : -80 ms
    Stream size                    : 309 KiB (2%)
    Service kind                   : Complete Main
    
    Text
    ID                             : 4608 (0x1200)
    Menu ID                        : 1 (0x1)
    Format                         : PGS
    Codec ID                       : 144
    Duration                       : 9 s 295 ms
    Delay relative to video        : -80 ms

    x264 decoded video with MeGUI/AVISynth:
    Code:
    General
    ID                             : 1 (0x1)
    Complete name                  : F:\Downloads\Videotests\Blu-Ray Film-Test.m2ts
    Format                         : BDAV
    Format/Info                    : Blu-ray Video
    File size                      : 16.3 MiB
    Duration                       : 8 s 560 ms
    Overall bit rate mode          : Variable
    Overall bit rate               : 15.9 Mb/s
    Maximum Overall bit rate       : 35.5 Mb/s
    
    Video
    ID                             : 4113 (0x1011)
    Menu ID                        : 1 (0x1)
    Format                         : AVC
    Format/Info                    : Advanced Video Codec
    Format profile                 : High@L4.2
    Format settings                : CABAC / 3 Ref Frames
    Format settings, CABAC         : Yes
    Format settings, ReFrames      : 3 frames
    Format settings, GOP           : M=4, N=25
    Codec ID                       : 27
    Duration                       : 8 s 600 ms
    Bit rate mode                  : Variable
    Bit rate                       : 15.0 Mb/s
    Maximum bit rate               : 40.0 Mb/s
    Width                          : 1 920 pixels
    Height                         : 1 080 pixels
    Display aspect ratio           : 16:9
    Frame rate                     : 50.000 FPS
    Color space                    : YUV
    Chroma subsampling             : 4:2:0
    Bit depth                      : 8 bits
    Scan type                      : Progressive
    Bits/(Pixel*Frame)             : 0.145
    Stream size                    : 15.4 MiB (95%)
    
    Audio
    ID                             : 4352 (0x1100)
    Menu ID                        : 1 (0x1)
    Format                         : AC-3
    Format/Info                    : Audio Coding 3
    Commercial name                : Dolby Digital
    Codec ID                       : 129
    Duration                       : 8 s 603 ms
    Bit rate mode                  : Constant
    Bit rate                       : 256 kb/s
    Channel(s)                     : 2 channels
    Channel layout                 : L R
    Sampling rate                  : 48.0 kHz
    Frame rate                     : 28.711 FPS (1536 SPF)
    Bit depth                      : 16 bits
    Compression mode               : Lossy
    Stream size                    : 269 KiB (2%)
    Service kind                   : Complete Main
    Where is the devil in detail? What else can you do with AVISynth to get the i50 interlacing and Smart Rendering guidelines right?

    Update: I cannot shake the feeling it has something to do with the "SeparateFields" info. This information is completely missing from my MeGUI converted video. Can somebody look at that?
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  6. You need to use --tff

    In megui there should be an interaced tff check box (or it might be called mbaff) . If not, in the extra commandline box add --tff

    You need to use blu-ray compatible settings if you're authoring for blu-ray
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    You need to use --tff
    ... If not, in the extra commandline box add --tff
    You mean in the "Script" tab in AVI Script Creator?

    So the script has to look as following?

    Code:
    AVISource("F:\Downloads\Videotests\Test-Video", audio=true).AssumeFPS(50,1)
    # 50p source
    AssumeTFF()
    SeparateFields()
    SelectEvery(4,0,3)
    Weave()
    --tff
    # now 25i, TFF
    #crop
    #resize
    #denoise
    You need to use blu-ray compatible settings if you're authoring for blu-ray
    I already add this in my x264 settings, see attached pictures. I hope all my others settings are corrently. If not, please let me know or even if I could optimize something.

    By the way: I use the "RAWAVC"-File output format as recommended for this file type. After this I muxed the 264- and the exported AC3-File with the M2TS-Muxer. Is that correctly?
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    Here are my other settings.
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    And last but not least...
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  10. On the 3rd last screenshot, the frame-type tab, the 'other' section - interlaced mode is currently set to "none" . Set it to TFF

    On the main tab, there is target playback device - set that to blu -ray . That should take care of the other incompatible settings like VBV

    On the main tab, AVC Level should be 4.1 , if blu-ray setting doesn't automatically set it
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  11. You should use 2pass encoding. Because 1) you have filesize restrictions on fixed media like BD, you need a known filesize to author 2) there are quality issues with 1pass CRF + VBV (or "capped" CRF encoding) . Quality is definitely lower than 2pass because VBV does not work was well . Some frames are glitches and artifacts
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    On the main tab, there is target playback device - set that to blu -ray . That should take care of the other incompatible settings like VBV
    On the main tab, AVC Level should be 4.1 , if blu-ray setting doesn't automatically set it
    Done, thanks!

    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    On the 3rd last screenshot, the frame-type tab, the 'other' section - interlaced mode is currently set to "none" . Set it to TFF
    I already found out. Thanks anyway!

    However, this command is now used twice, once in the AVI synth script and once in x264 settings. Is that correct or does the "AssumeTFF ()" have to be removed from the AVI synth script? I had the TFF field active in the x264 settings yesterday, but it did not seem to work. Maybe it really has to be used twice.

    The video now seems to be in the right format, at least as far as the frame rate is concerned. In MCP-HC is now synonymous almost the same format as in my camcorder displayed except for two differences that make me still startled, see red marked lines.

    Code:
    General
    ID                             : 1 (0x1)
    Complete name                  : F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Blu-Ray Test-muxed.m2ts
    Format                         : BDAV
    Format/Info                    : Blu-ray Video
    File size                      : 16.8 MiB
    Duration                       : 8 s 656 ms
    Overall bit rate mode          : Variable
    Overall bit rate               : 16.2 Mb/s
    Maximum Overall bit rate       : 35.5 Mb/s
    
    Video
    ID                             : 4113 (0x1011)
    Menu ID                        : 1 (0x1)
    Format                         : AVC
    Format/Info                    : Advanced Video Codec
    Format profile                 : High@L4.1
    Format settings                : CABAC / 3 Ref Frames
    Format settings, CABAC         : Yes
    Format settings, ReFrames      : 3 frames
    Codec ID                       : 27
    Duration                       : 8 s 600 ms
    Bit rate mode                  : Variable
    Bit rate                       : 15.3 Mb/s
    Maximum bit rate               : 40.0 Mb/s
    Width                          : 1 920 pixels
    Height                         : 1 080 pixels
    Display aspect ratio           : 16:9
    Frame rate                     : 25.000 FPS
    Color space                    : YUV
    Chroma subsampling             : 4:2:0
    Bit depth                      : 8 bits
    Scan type                      : MBAFF
    Scan type, store method        : Interleaved fields
    Scan order                     : Top Field First
    Bits/(Pixel*Frame)             : 0.296
    Stream size                    : 15.7 MiB (94%)
    Color range                    : Limited
    Color primaries                : BT.709
    Transfer characteristics       : BT.709
    Matrix coefficients            : BT.709
    
    Audio
    ID                             : 4352 (0x1100)
    Menu ID                        : 1 (0x1)
    Format                         : AC-3
    Format/Info                    : Audio Coding 3
    Commercial name                : Dolby Digital
    Codec ID                       : 129
    Duration                       : 8 s 608 ms
    Bit rate mode                  : Constant
    Bit rate                       : 256 kb/s
    Channel(s)                     : 2 channels
    Channel layout                 : L R
    Sampling rate                  : 48.0 kHz
    Frame rate                     : 31.250 FPS (1536 SPF)
    Bit depth                      : 16 bits
    Compression mode               : Lossy
    Stream size                    : 269 KiB (2%)
    Language                       : Tonga
    Service kind                   : Complete Main
    In the video details of my Camcorder there is...

    Scan type : Interlaced
    Scan type, store method : Separated fields
    How can I set this with x264 Encoder or MeGUI and what is the difference to my settings?
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  13. Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post
    In the video details of my Camcorder there is...

    Scan type : Interlaced
    Scan type, store method : Separated fields
    How can I set this with x264 Encoder or MeGUI and what is the difference to my settings?
    You can't . x264 encodes MBAFF only

    MBAFF is better and compatible with blu-ray

    PAFF is what your camcorder records , it's not as efficient
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  14. Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post
    However, this command is now used twice, once in the AVI synth script and once in x264 settings.
    There is no "tff" in the AviSynth script. You use the SeparateFields().SelectEvery(4,0,3).Weave() sequence to create interlaced frames from progressive frames. You use tff in the encoder settings to encode those interlaced frames in interlaced mode with top field first.

    Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post
    Is that correct or does the "AssumeTFF ()" have to be removed from the AVI synth script?
    If you remove AssumeTFF() you will get bottom field first frames.
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  15. Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post
    Apart from that, I don't want to give up the Full HD resolution (720p is not Full HD, so I loose video details).
    Except 1080i is not really "Full HD" during motion .

    Each field is 1920x540 , so you loose video details too in terms of vertical resolution . Perhaps even more depending on the deinterlacing algorithm quality.

    Both formats are compromised
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  16. Also considering it is a small compact camera, what is the real vertical resolution? You might realize it is 800 lines or something, which is not that far away from 720p. Why don't you do a test with 1280x720 and ask someone to decide what is better. You might be surprised. Considering you have to artificially create those 1080i.
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  17. Also be careful of incorrect interlaced RGB/YV12 conversions. Many programs will do it incorrectly resulting in the chroma of the two fields being blended together. You will see color ghosting when this happens. For example, in AviSynth converting interlaced RGB to YV12 with ConvertToYV12() will screw up the chroma. Be sure to use ConvertToYV12(interlaced=true).
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    I played around with the AVI synth script commands a little bit and came to the conclusion that actually all the commands have to be used for the result to work satisfactorily. The only command I'm not quite sure about is "SelectEvery (4,0,3)". What exactly does it do? Does it have something to do with the scaling of the interlace fields? If I don't use the command, the resolution of the video looks much better and you can see much more details but MPC-HC then recognizes the video format as follows:

    Frame rate : 50.000 FPS (not 25 FPS like in the Camcorder)
    Color space : YUV
    Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
    Bit depth : 8 bits
    Scan type : MBAFF
    Scan type, store method : Interleaved fields
    Scan order : Top Field First

    If I use "SelectEvery (4,0,3)" ugly podium effects appears, but the picture seems to run more fluently and is displayed by the MPC-HC with 25 fps (which actually corresponds to the opposite). I understand that 1080p to 1080i downscaled video material contains less details but why does the picture look sharper if I do without "SelectEvery (4,0,3)"? Shell I use all the AVI Script Commands to make the Blu-Ray Disk fully compatible with all players?


    Originally Posted by _Al_ View Post
    Also considering it is a small compact camera, what is the real vertical resolution? You might realize it is 800 lines or something, which is not that far away from 720p. Why don't you do a test with 1280x720 and ask someone to decide what is better. You might be surprised. Considering you have to artificially create those 1080i.
    I use a fairly high-quality, although somewhat older Full HD camcorder, which records 1920 * 1080, either in 50p, 50i or 25p and some SD formats. I mostly record my movies in the full progressive resolution for YouTube, but for archiving on Blu-Ray, I am limited to the 50i or 25p formats. My video authoring program "Corel VideoStudio" even only accepts 1080i videos, which is why I am still looking for a good and slim authoring software alternative, which can handle recordings with 25p or even 50p (although it doesn't complies with the Blu-Ray specification but there are some players who can play such disks nevertheless). So I have to choose between jerky 25p and smoothly but less detailed 50i recordings, which is not only annoying for me but also awkward. Why 1080p50 or even p60 formats were not included in the Blu-Ray specification, I still do not understand. However, it is ultimately important to me to save the movies on high-quality, optical media than anywhere on the hard drive. Of course, I could also save the pictures in 1080p50 or p60 format directly as MP4 files. Then I have to live without chapters, menus and the other presentation of the disk. And I don't really want to copy my movies each time on HDD's or USB sticks for playing them on a media player like the PS4. Since I find the Blu-Ray already in use still much more comfortable and durable.

    Although I keep important recordings in full 50p or 60p resolution on separate disks, I usually get these only for backup purposes since they can not be looked at in the living room (the PS4 unfortunately does not accept MP4 files for direct playback on BD-Rs).

    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Also be careful of incorrect interlaced RGB/YV12 conversions. Many programs will do it incorrectly resulting in the chroma of the two fields being blended together. You will see color ghosting when this happens. For example, in AviSynth converting interlaced RGB to YV12 with ConvertToYV12() will screw up the chroma. Be sure to use ConvertToYV12(interlaced=true).
    Does this also apply if the videos are already in YV12 format?

    I just ask because I'm usually not using RGB content. All recorded videos are already in YV12 format. This format is also retained when exporting via Lagarith plugin with "Magix Video Deluxe" as soon as the videos have been edited. However, I have to use the "ColorMatrix (mode =" rec.601-> rec.709 ")" command to adjust the color space again, which unfortunately is output incorrectly by Lagarith.
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  19. Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post
    The only command I'm not quite sure about is "SelectEvery (4,0,3)". What exactly does it do?
    Out of every group of 4 frames (0, 1, 2 and 3) select frames 0 and 3, discard the others.

    Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post
    If I use "SelectEvery (4,0,3)" ugly podium effects appears
    That's interlaced video for you.
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  20. Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post
    I played around with the AVI synth script commands a little bit and came to the conclusion that actually all the commands have to be used for the result to work satisfactorily. The only command I'm not quite sure about is "SelectEvery (4,0,3)". What exactly does it do? Does it have something to do with the scaling of the interlace fields? If I don't use the command, the resolution of the video looks much better and you can see much more details but MPC-HC then recognizes the video format as follows:

    Frame rate : 50.000 FPS (not 25 FPS like in the Camcorder)
    Color space : YUV
    Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
    Bit depth : 8 bits
    Scan type : MBAFF
    Scan type, store method : Interleaved fields
    Scan order : Top Field First

    If I use "SelectEvery (4,0,3)" ugly podium effects appears, but the picture seems to run more fluently and is displayed by the MPC-HC with 25 fps (which actually corresponds to the opposite). I understand that 1080p to 1080i downscaled video material contains less details but why does the picture look sharper if I do without "SelectEvery (4,0,3)"? Shell I use all the AVI Script Commands to make the Blu-Ray Disk fully compatible with all players?


    That's for making it interlaced . If you omit that line, you have the original 1080p50 . (weave undoes separatefields, so the net effect is nothing)

    Each field is 1920x540 . When it's deinterlaced and resized on playback , you get those jaggy lines that buzz/shimmer in motion . The quality is dependent on the type of deinterlacer used. Higher quality equipment does better post processing

    So thos screenshots are 1080p50 vs. 1080i25 . Progressive vs. Interlaced. See post #16

    That illustrates why 1080i isn't really "Full HD" either. If you post a 1280x720p50 encode, it will look softer, but without those severe artifacts. The motion characteristics of 50p will be smooth like the original 50p of course



    I use a fairly high-quality, although somewhat older Full HD camcorder, which records 1920 * 1080, either in 50p, 50i or 25p and some SD formats. I mostly record my movies in the full progressive resolution for YouTube, but for archiving on Blu-Ray, I am limited to the 50i or 25p formats.
    Some review site measure the actual resolution on charts . 1920x1080 doesn't mean 1920x1080 actual effective resolution. Most consumer cameras have ~700lines . The only way to get full HD , the full 1920x1080 effective resolution in practice is to downscale from UHD source

    My video authoring program "Corel VideoStudio" even only accepts 1080i videos, which is why I am still looking for a good and slim authoring software alternative, which can handle recordings with 25p or even 50p (although it doesn't complies with the Blu-Ray specification but there are some players who can play such disks nevertheless). So I have to choose between jerky 25p and smoothly but less detailed 50i recordings, which is not only annoying for me but also awkward.
    Or 720p50

    1080p50 on authored BD discs can play on models that support AVCHD2.0 . But that is limited to 28Mb/s

    You can use other authoring software. e.g. multiavchd is freeware , but can do simple menus, chapters . Tmpgenc authoring works was suggested, but is payware. Adobe Encore is payware too

    Of course, I could also save the pictures in 1080p50 or p60 format directly as MP4 files. Then I have to live without chapters, menus and the other presentation of the disk. And I don't really want to copy my movies each time on HDD's or USB sticks for playing them on a media player like the PS4. Since I find the Blu-Ray already in use still much more comfortable and durable.
    Those are the compromises you have to make. Or UHD BD player supports it, but there aren't any low priced proper authoring tools
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    I just found out that there seems to be a problem with the files converted with MeGUI after I tried to import the finished 1080i50 files into "Corel VideoStudio". While the MPEG files exported so far by "Magix Video Deluxe" are correctly recognized and played back, the files converted by MeGUI and x264 get a constant flickering and green color flashes during playback. Also, the "Smart Rendering" does not work here (Magix Video Deluxe Export works). After I looked at the file properties, I saw that the headers are completely different, see attachments, although both files should be actually in M2TS format. The exported MPG-file by "Magic Video Deluxe" will be displayed correctly as MPEG2 video, upper field first. The file converted with MeGUI and x264 as H.264 file, although I have exported as RAWVAC first and then muxed 264- and AC3-File with the M2TS Muxer. Apparently that's not completely compliant. So, what have I done wrong? How do I get the correct header in the file or how do I export and mux it correctly with MeGUI, so that the file is recognized correctly by Corel VideoStudio again?
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    Meanwhile I find out the reason for the incompatibility. It's the "TFF"-Option in the x264 settings. When I disable this option, the flickering and flashing of the green colour has gone. It seems that Corel Video Studio don't detect the TFF Interlace-content correctly as the x264 Codec and/or MeGUI is not able to provide real TFF-Content like my Camcorder does (and which could be the reason why MCP-HC don't detect the video as "Scan type: Interlaced" and "Scan type, store method : Separated fields" like my Camcorder does).

    If there's no solution, I can not use my 1080i50 content for x264 encoding and using with Corel Video Studio and possibly other Blu-ray authoring tools without re-rendering all the content, thus losing the benefits x264. That would be very pity! The other option would be just to test one of the here mentioned authoring tools with 1080p50 content. Unfortunately, it is not clear from the descriptions of the programs, whether they are suitable burning such formats on disk outside the Blu-Ray specification or not. In any case, Corel Video Studio is not. Should I get one of the alternative authoring programs or even buy this would definitely a prerequisite, as well as the export of with other burning programs usable Blu-Ray directories.

    Below is the media information from a Magix Video Deluxe rendered MPEG video (Blu-Ray settings), with which Corel Video Studio copes, without re-rendering the contents. Maybe there's something else to do with MeGUI, even though I've already given up hope.

    General
    Format : MPEG Video
    Format version : Version 2
    File size : 214 MiB
    Duration : 1 min 21 s
    Overall bit rate mode : Variable
    Overall bit rate : 22.1 Mb/s

    Video
    Format : MPEG Video
    Format version : Version 2
    Format profile : Main@High
    Format settings : BVOP
    Format settings, BVOP : Yes
    Format settings, Matrix : Default
    Format settings, GOP : M=2, N=12
    Format settings, picture struc : Frame
    Duration : 1 min 21 s
    Bit rate mode : Variable
    Bit rate : 22.1 Mb/s
    Maximum bit rate : 28.0 Mb/s
    Width : 1 920 pixels
    Height : 1 080 pixels
    Display aspect ratio : 16:9
    Frame rate : 25.000 FPS
    Color space : YUV
    Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
    Bit depth : 8 bits
    Scan type : Interlaced
    Scan order : Top Field First
    Compression mode : Lossy
    Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.426
    Time code of first frame : 00:00:00:00
    GOP, Open/Closed : Open
    GOP, Open/Closed of first fram : Closed
    Stream size : 214 MiB (100%)
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    Last edited by PARALAX; 1st May 2019 at 10:47.
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  23. Forget authoring BD discs. Just burn your videos onto data discs and use the BD players media player. Or put them on a USB drive.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Forget authoring BD discs. Just burn your videos onto data discs and use the BD players media player. Or put them on a USB drive.
    My Panasonic Blu-Ray Player (2011) doesn't support playing MP4-Files directly from disc. So I first have to find a player that can do that with as many formats as possible, in any case with x264 encoded videos. Most players support this only from external SD cards, USB-Sticks HDDs but not from the drive directly, even the PS4 doesn't (the PS3 does it curiously). The player should also be able to rewind and rewind within such files and work stably. I am grateful for any recommendation.
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  25. Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post
    Meanwhile I find out the reason for the incompatibility. It's the "TFF"-Option in the x264 settings. When I disable this option, the flickering and flashing of the green colour has gone. It seems that Corel Video Studio don't detect the TFF Interlace-content correctly as the x264 Codec and/or MeGUI is not able to provide real TFF-Content like my Camcorder does (and which could be the reason why MCP-HC don't detect the video as "Scan type: Interlaced" and "Scan type, store method : Separated fields" like my Camcorder does).

    If there's no solution, I can not use my 1080i50 content for x264 encoding and using with Corel Video Studio and possibly other Blu-ray authoring tools without re-rendering all the content, thus losing the benefits x264. That would be very pity! The other option would be just to test one of the here mentioned authoring tools with 1080p50 content. Unfortunately, it is not clear from the descriptions of the programs, whether they are suitable burning such formats on disk outside the Blu-Ray specification or not. In any case, Corel Video Studio is not. Should I get one of the alternative authoring programs or even buy this would definitely a prerequisite, as well as the export of with other burning programs usable Blu-Ray directories.


    Did you use the proper settings ? Post mediainfo (view=>text) of the export

    MBAFF works for other professional BD authoring software and replication. 100% compliant - it's in the AVC and BD specs - it passes the official Sony verifier . Studios like BBC have MBAFF encoded releases on BD

    Most professional authoring programs work with elementary streams only . Putting it into a container changes the sequence header and reduces compatibility. Did you try importing the .264 (or .avc) file directly

    x264 passthrough works 100% with semi-professional ones like Encore, and professional ones like Scenarist BD . DVDA (Sony vegas) current versions have some limitations on bitrates, so I don't recommend. I haven't used TMPGEnc Authoring Works, so I cannot comment, but smrpix can chime in
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  26. 1080p50 IS in BD specifications, it is avchd 2.0 or whatever number, it was added later, as was pointed out make sure your bitrate is not too high

    to make interlace video , today , in 2019 is a nonsense if you recorded it 50p or 60p. Forget BD authoring tools and their limitations, or use multiavchd if you desire a menu.

    Do not create interlace content. There might be plenty of workflows over web, but check the date it was written down.
    Your footage is from GoPro, perhaps lots of action and movement, jerkiness to create interlacing out of you full frames makes no sense.
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Did you use the proper settings ? Post mediainfo (view=>text) of the export
    Yes, I used all the Blu-Ray settings from the program wich was recommended.

    Here is a copy of the Log-File:

    Code:
    -[Information] Log for job1 (video, Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs -> Testvideo.264)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:01] Started handling job
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:01] Preprocessing
    -[NoImage] AVISource("F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps.avi", audio=true).AssumeFPS(50,1)
    -[NoImage] LoadPlugin("D:\Videoschnitt\MeGUI\tools\avisynth_plugin\ColorMatrix.dll")
    -[NoImage] ColorMatrix(mode="rec.601->rec.709")
    -[NoImage] AssumeTFF()
    -[NoImage] SeparateFields()
    -[NoImage] SelectEvery(4,0,3)
    -[NoImage] Weave()
    -[NoImage] #crop
    -[NoImage] #resize
    -[NoImage] #denoise
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:01] AviSynth input script
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] resolution: 1920x1080
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] frame rate: 25/1
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] frames: 215
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] length: 00:00:08.600
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] aspect ratio: 16:9 (1.778)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] color space: YV12
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] target device selected: Blu-ray
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] Job command line: "cmd.exe" /c ""F:\aaa\tools\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe" -loglevel level+error -i "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs" -strict -1 -f yuv4mpegpipe - | "F:\aaa\tools\x264\x264.exe" --level 4.0 --bluray-compat --crf 21.5 --keyint 25 --open-gop --bframes 2 --slices 4 --vbv-bufsize 30000 --vbv-maxrate 25000 --tff --colorprim bt709 --transfer bt709 --colormatrix bt709 --sar 1:1 --frames 215 --output "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo.264" --stdin y4m -"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] Process started
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] Standard output stream
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:02] Standard error stream
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:05] y4m [info]: 1920x1080i 1:1 @ 25/1 fps (cfr)
    ---[Warning] [01.05.2019 18:26:05] x264 [warning]: interlace + weightp is not implemented
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:05] x264 [info]: using SAR=1/1
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:05] x264 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 SSE4.2 AVX
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:05] x264 [info]: profile High, level 4.0, 4:2:0, 8-bit
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: frame I:9     Avg QP:20.96  size:274846
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: frame P:69    Avg QP:23.30  size:113870
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: frame B:137   Avg QP:25.17  size: 45823
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: consecutive B-frames:  3.7%  2.8% 93.5%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: mb I  I16..4:  7.6% 53.6% 38.8%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: mb P  I16..4:  2.6%  9.1%  5.3%  P16..4: 37.2% 26.1% 14.4%  0.0%  0.0%    skip: 5.3%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: mb B  I16..4:  0.3%  0.5%  0.5%  B16..8: 42.9% 14.6%  4.0%  direct: 7.1%  skip:30.0%  L0:46.3% L1:37.7% BI:16.0%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: field mbs: intra: 68.9% inter:63.9% skip:68.9%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: 8x8 transform intra:52.4% inter:54.5%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: coded y,uvDC,uvAC intra: 77.4% 78.9% 42.8% inter: 33.3% 27.2% 1.8%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: i16 v,h,dc,p: 10% 45% 12% 32%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: i8 v,h,dc,ddl,ddr,vr,hd,vl,hu: 11% 27% 22%  5%  6%  4% 11%  4% 12%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: i4 v,h,dc,ddl,ddr,vr,hd,vl,hu: 12% 34% 15%  5%  6%  5% 10%  4%  9%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: i8c dc,h,v,p: 48% 35% 11%  6%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: ref P L0: 54.6% 34.6%  5.7%  4.9%  0.1%  0.1%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: ref B L0: 59.2% 37.0%  1.9%  1.9%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: ref B L1: 67.0% 33.0%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] x264 [info]: kb/s:15449.71
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] encoded 215 frames, 10.94 fps, 15449.71 kb/s
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] Final statistics
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] Constant Quality Mode: Quality 21 computed...
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] Video Bitrate Obtained (approximate): 15449 kbit/s
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:21] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo.264
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FileSize: 16608440
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Advanced Video Codec
    -[Information] Width: 1920
    -[Information] Height: 1080
    -[Information] FrameRate: 25.000
    -[Information] ScanType: MBAFF
    -[Information] Bits Depth: 8
    -[Information] AspectRatio: 1.778
    -[Information] AspectRatioString: 16:9
    -[Information] PixelAspectRatio: 1.000
    ---[Information] Video
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:22] Postprocessing
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:22] Deleting intermediate files
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:22] Job completed
    -[Information] Log for job1 (audio, Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs -> Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:36] Started handling job
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:36] Preprocessing
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:36] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs
    ---[Information] AVS input file detected. Getting media information from AviSynth.
    -[Information] Format: AVS
    -[Information] FormatString: AviSynth Script
    -[Information] FileSize: 289
    -[Information] PlayTime: 00:00:08.6000000
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] ID: 0
    -[Information] CodecID: AVS Video
    -[Information] CodecIDString: AVS
    -[Information] Format: AVS
    -[Information] Width: 1920
    -[Information] Height: 1080
    -[Information] FrameCount: 215
    -[Information] FrameRate: 25
    -[Information] ScanType: Progressive
    -[Information] AspectRatio: 16:9
    -[Information] Delay: 0
    ---[Information] Video
    -[Information] ID: 0
    -[Information] Format: AVS
    -[Information] SamplingRate: 44100
    -[Information] SamplingRateString: 44100
    -[Information] Channels: 2
    -[Information] ChannelsString: 2 channels
    -[Information] BitRateMode: CBR
    -[Information] Delay: 0
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:37] The language information is not available for this track. The default MeGUI language has been selected.
    ---[Information] Audio
    -[NoImage] ClearAutoloadDirs()
    -[NoImage] AddAutoloadDir("F:\aaa\tools\avs\plugins")
    -[NoImage] Import("F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs")
    -[NoImage] # detected channels: 2
    -[NoImage] # detected channel positions: 
    -[NoImage] ConvertAudioToFloat(last)
    -[NoImage] SSRC(48000)
    -[NoImage] 32==Audiobits(last)?ConvertAudioTo16bit(last):last
    -[NoImage] return last
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:38] AviSynth script
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:38] Command line used: -i - -y -acodec ac3 -ab 256k "{0}"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:38] AviSynth script environment opened
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Script loaded
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Output Decoder
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Channels: 2
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Bits per sample: 16
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Sample rate: 48000
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Job command line: F:\aaa\tools\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe -i - -y -acodec ac3 -ab 256k "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Process started
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Standard output stream
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Standard error stream
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] ffmpeg version 4.1 Copyright (c) 2000-2018 the FFmpeg developers
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   built with gcc 8.2.1 (GCC) 20181017
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   configuration: --enable-gpl --enable-version3 --enable-sdl2 --enable-fontconfig --enable-gnutls --enable-iconv --enable-libass --enable-libbluray --enable-libfreetype --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libopencore-amrnb --enable-libopencore-amrwb --enable-libopenjpeg --enable-libopus --enable-libshine --enable-libsnappy --enable-libsoxr --enable-libtheora --enable-libtwolame --enable-libvpx --enable-libwavpack --enable-libwebp --enable-libx264 --enable-libx265 --enable-libxml2 --enable-libzimg --enable-lzma --enable-zlib --enable-gmp --enable-libvidstab --enable-libvorbis --enable-libvo-amrwbenc --enable-libmysofa --enable-libspeex --enable-libxvid --enable-libaom --enable-libmfx --enable-amf --enable-ffnvcodec --enable-cuvid --enable-d3d11va --enable-nvenc --enable-nvdec --enable-dxva2 --enable-avisynth
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   libavutil      56. 22.100 / 56. 22.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   libavcodec     58. 35.100 / 58. 35.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   libavformat    58. 20.100 / 58. 20.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   libavdevice    58.  5.100 / 58.  5.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   libavfilter     7. 40.101 /  7. 40.101
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   libswscale      5.  3.100 /  5.  3.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   libswresample   3.  3.100 /  3.  3.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   libpostproc    55.  3.100 / 55.  3.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Guessed Channel Layout for Input Stream #0.0 : stereo
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Input #0, wav, from 'pipe:':
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   Duration: N/A, bitrate: 1536 kb/s
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]     Stream #0:0: Audio: pcm_s16le ([1][0][0][0] / 0x0001), 48000 Hz, stereo, s16, 1536 kb/s
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Stream mapping:
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   Stream #0:0 -> #0:0 (pcm_s16le (native) -> ac3 (native))
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39] Output #0, ac3, to 'F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3':
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]   Metadata:
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]     encoder         : Lavf58.20.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]     Stream #0:0: Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, fltp, 256 kb/s
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]     Metadata:
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:39]       encoder         : Lavc58.35.100 ac3
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:40] video:0kB audio:269kB subtitle:0kB other streams:0kB global headers:0kB muxing overhead: 0.000000%
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:40] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FileSize: 275456
    -[Information] PlayTime: 00:00:08.608
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Audio Coding 3
    -[Information] SamplingRate: 48000
    -[Information] SamplingRateString: 48.0 kHz
    -[Information] Channels: 2
    -[Information] ChannelsString: 2 channels
    -[Information] ChannelPositionsString2: 2/0/0
    -[Information] BitRateMode: CBR
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:40] The language information is not available for this track. The default MeGUI language has been selected.
    ---[Information] Audio
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:40] Postprocessing
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:40] Deleting intermediate files
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:26:40] Job completed
    -[Information] Log for job1 (mux, Testvideo.264 -> Testvideo-muxed.m2ts)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Started handling job
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Preprocessing
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo.264
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FileSize: 16608440
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Advanced Video Codec
    -[Information] Width: 1920
    -[Information] Height: 1080
    -[Information] FrameRate: 25.000
    -[Information] ScanType: MBAFF
    -[Information] Bits Depth: 8
    -[Information] AspectRatio: 1.778
    -[Information] AspectRatioString: 16:9
    -[Information] PixelAspectRatio: 1.000
    ---[Information] Video
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FileSize: 275456
    -[Information] PlayTime: 00:00:08.608
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Audio Coding 3
    -[Information] SamplingRate: 48000
    -[Information] SamplingRateString: 48.0 kHz
    -[Information] Channels: 2
    -[Information] ChannelsString: 2 channels
    -[Information] ChannelPositionsString2: 2/0/0
    -[Information] BitRateMode: CBR
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] The language information is not available for this track. The default MeGUI language has been selected.
    ---[Information] Audio
    -[NoImage] MUXOPT --no-pcr-on-video-pid --new-audio-pes --vbr --vbv-len=500
    -[NoImage] V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo.264", fps=25.0, insertSEI, contSPS
    -[NoImage] A_AC3, "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] mux script
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] frame rate (job): 25,0
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] device type: Standard
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Job command line: "F:\aaa\tools\tsmuxer\tsmuxer.exe"  "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo-muxed.meta" "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo-muxed.m2ts"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Process started
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Standard output stream
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Standard error stream
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Network Optix tsMuxeR.  Version 2.6.12. www.networkoptix.com
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Decoding H264 stream (track 1): Profile: High@4.0  Resolution: 1920:1080i  Frame rate: 25
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] H264 bitstream changed: insert pict timing and buffering period SEI units
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 256Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 2
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Processed 215 video frames
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Flushing write buffer
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Mux successful complete
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Muxing time: 0 sec
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo-muxed.m2ts
    -[Information] Format: BDAV
    -[Information] FileSize: 17731584
    -[Information] PlayTime: 00:00:08.560
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] ID: 4113
    -[Information] StreamOrder: 0-0
    -[Information] CodecID: 27
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Advanced Video Codec
    -[Information] Width: 1920
    -[Information] Height: 1080
    -[Information] FrameCount: 215
    -[Information] FrameRate: 25.000
    -[Information] Duration: 00:00:08.600
    -[Information] ScanType: MBAFF
    -[Information] Bits Depth: 8
    -[Information] AspectRatio: 1.778
    -[Information] AspectRatioString: 16:9
    -[Information] PixelAspectRatio: 1.000
    -[Information] Delay: 4200000.000
    ---[Information] Video
    -[Information] ID: 4352
    -[Information] StreamOrder: 0-1
    -[Information] CodecID: 129
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Audio Coding 3
    -[Information] SamplingRate: 48000
    -[Information] SamplingRateString: 48.0 kHz
    -[Information] Channels: 2
    -[Information] ChannelsString: 2 channels
    -[Information] ChannelPositionsString2: 2/0/0
    -[Information] BitRateMode: CBR
    -[Information] Delay: 4200000.000
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] The language information is not available for this track. The default MeGUI language has been selected.
    ---[Information] Audio
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Postprocessing
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Successfully deleted F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo-muxed.meta
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Deleting intermediate files
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 18:27:07] Job completed
    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Most professional authoring programs work with elementary streams only . Putting it into a container changes the sequence header and reduces compatibility. Did you try importing the .264 (or .avc) file directly
    I import the ready muxed M2TS-File from the 264- and AC3-File which I have muxed with the M2TS-Muxer from MeGUI. Since you can not really go wrong.


    Originally Posted by _Al_ View Post
    to make interlace video , today , in 2019 is a nonsense if you recorded it 50p or 60p. Forget BD authoring tools and their limitations, or use multiavchd if you desire a menu.

    Do not create interlace content. There might be plenty of workflows over web, but check the date it was written down.
    Your footage is from GoPro, perhaps lots of action and movement, jerkiness to create interlacing out of you full frames makes no sense.
    Yes, I can see it but that don't help for the moment at the moment as I still have some 1050i50 videos on the hard drive which are collected for the completion of a new BD-R. The next one I will definitely only burn in 1050p50 but for that I have to test one of the proposed authoring programs here and that is new territory for me because so far I have done this exclusively with Corel Video Studio.

    I don't want to dispense of the disk menus, because somehow this belongs to the convenience for me to watch such videos from the couch.
    Last edited by PARALAX; 1st May 2019 at 11:47.
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  28. Originally Posted by PARALAX View Post

    Yes, I used all the Blu-Ray settings from the program wich was recommended.


    Here is a copy of the Log-File:



    1) I recommended not to use CRF , rather you should use 2pass . Because of glitches in VBV capped CRF . Not like the ones you described, but certain frames have a fluctuating quality. Still you should avoid it.

    2) You don't need 4 slices for L4.0 , only L4.1 requires 4 slices for BD

    3) Level should be set to 4.1. L4.0 is limited to 24Mb/s maxrate for BD , so your vbv values are incorrect for L4.0 (you have it set to 25Mb/s) . You should use --vbv-maxrate 40000 --vbv-bufsize 30000 for L4.1 . (Some people go a bit lower just in case like --vbv-maxrate 39500 , --vbv-bufsize 29500 , but I never had problem with it


    I import the ready muxed M2TS-File from the 264- and AC3-File which I have muxed with the M2TS-Muxer from MeGUI. Since you can not really go wrong.
    Not a good idea . Because an authoring tool has to demux it again then remux .

    TS is less bad, but certain container fromat definitely make it incompatible

    But if you use TS (not recommended) , then uncheckmark insertSEI and VUI options in TSMuxer . Those options make it incompatible for programs like scnearist BD , so maybe here as well . Authoring programs prefer ES .

    It's probably an issue with your authoring software, for example certain muxers has problem with open gop. You can try using closed GOP, but at the expense of slightly lower quality (It won't have a huge impact)
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    1) I recommended not to use CRF , rather you should use 2pass . Because of glitches in VBV capped CRF . Not like the ones you described, but certain frames have a fluctuating quality. Still you should avoid it.
    I really can't complain about the quality. It's very close to the original. Only bigger areas with dark colors are compressed more, but the ugly block formation, which I previously knew from MPEG videos and partly from xVid are even with the default settings barely noticeable. Nevertheless, I tested the 2pass setting and will take a closer look at it.

    Not a good idea . Because an authoring tool has to demux it again then remux .
    M2TS fully complies with the Blu-Ray specification, especially since these files are just as on the disk. I can expect that a good authoring program can handle with such a file format without re-encoding (Smart Rendering), especially since I do not post-edit it but only create my disk menus. Otherwise, the program is good for nothing. Another file format makes no sense in my opinion, especially since I do not know what you can take there. Apart from that, MeGUI only offers Muxer for MP4, AVI and MKV. All these formats make no sense for creating Blu-Ray discs and would certainly have to be re-encoded, even because the different file header.

    It's probably an issue with your authoring software, for example certain muxers has problem with open gop. You can try using closed GOP, but at the expense of slightly lower quality (It won't have a huge impact)
    That's what I also think meanwhile, although as I already said all videos from my Camcorder are accepted without problems. However, my version of Corel Video Studio is still from 2011 and actually more than outdated. So far, there was no good reason for me to upgrade and spend money once again, especially since I have just bought the latest version of Magix Video Deluxe a few days ago.

    Anyway, here's the log file with your recommended settings. Unfortunately it has do nothing except a larger 264-file. Corel Video Studio still plays the video flickering and does not accept smart rendering.

    Code:
    -[Information] Log for job2 (video, Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs -> )
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:02] Started handling job
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:02] Preprocessing
    -[NoImage] AVISource("F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps.avi", audio=true).AssumeFPS(50,1)
    -[NoImage] LoadPlugin("D:\Videoschnitt\MeGUI\tools\avisynth_plugin\ColorMatrix.dll")
    -[NoImage] ColorMatrix(mode="rec.601->rec.709")
    -[NoImage] AssumeTFF()
    -[NoImage] SeparateFields()
    -[NoImage] SelectEvery(4,0,3)
    -[NoImage] Weave()
    -[NoImage] #crop
    -[NoImage] #resize
    -[NoImage] #denoise
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:02] AviSynth input script
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] resolution: 1920x1080
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] frame rate: 25/1
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] frames: 215
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] length: 00:00:08.600
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] aspect ratio: 16:9 (1.778)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] color space: YV12
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] target device selected: Blu-ray
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] Job command line: "cmd.exe" /c ""F:\aaa\tools\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe" -loglevel level+error -i "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs" -strict -1 -f yuv4mpegpipe - | "F:\aaa\tools\x264\x264.exe" --level 4.1 --bluray-compat --pass 1 --bitrate 20000 --stats "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2.stats" --keyint 25 --open-gop --slices 4 --vbv-bufsize 30000 --vbv-maxrate 40000 --tff --colorprim bt709 --transfer bt709 --colormatrix bt709 --sar 1:1 --frames 215 --output NUL --stdin y4m -"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] Process started
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] Standard output stream
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:03] Standard error stream
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:07] y4m [info]: 1920x1080i 1:1 @ 25/1 fps (cfr)
    ---[Warning] [01.05.2019 23:50:07] x264 [warning]: interlace + weightp is not implemented
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:07] x264 [info]: using SAR=1/1
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:07] x264 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 SSE4.2 AVX
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:07] x264 [info]: profile Main, level 4.1, 4:2:0, 8-bit
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: frame I:9     Avg QP:18.86  size:343633
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: frame P:53    Avg QP:22.06  size:143875
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: frame B:153   Avg QP:24.18  size: 57258
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: consecutive B-frames:  4.2%  1.9%  2.8% 91.2%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: mb I  I16..4: 19.5%  0.0% 80.5%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: mb P  I16..4: 29.9%  0.0%  0.0%  P16..4: 66.4%  0.0%  0.0%  0.0%  0.0%    skip: 3.7%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: mb B  I16..4:  5.4%  0.0%  0.0%  B16..8: 47.4%  0.0%  0.0%  direct:16.1%  skip:31.1%  L0:28.7% L1:30.3% BI:41.0%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: final ratefactor: 18.73
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: field mbs: intra: 71.9% inter:63.4% skip:66.6%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: coded y,uvDC,uvAC intra: 61.2% 69.7% 33.9% inter: 33.1% 21.2% 2.4%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: i16 v,h,dc,p: 18% 40% 28% 14%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: i4 v,h,dc,ddl,ddr,vr,hd,vl,hu: 10% 30% 13%  6%  7%  5% 12%  4% 13%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: i8c dc,h,v,p: 46% 36% 12%  5%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] x264 [info]: kb/s:18119.57
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] encoded 215 frames, 12.70 fps, 18119.57 kb/s
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] Postprocessing
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] Deleting intermediate files
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] Job completed
    -[Information] Log for job3 (video, Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs -> Testvideo2.264)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] Started handling job
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] Preprocessing
    -[NoImage] AVISource("F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps.avi", audio=true).AssumeFPS(50,1)
    -[NoImage] LoadPlugin("D:\Videoschnitt\MeGUI\tools\avisynth_plugin\ColorMatrix.dll")
    -[NoImage] ColorMatrix(mode="rec.601->rec.709")
    -[NoImage] AssumeTFF()
    -[NoImage] SeparateFields()
    -[NoImage] SelectEvery(4,0,3)
    -[NoImage] Weave()
    -[NoImage] #crop
    -[NoImage] #resize
    -[NoImage] #denoise
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:20] AviSynth input script
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] resolution: 1920x1080
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] frame rate: 25/1
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] frames: 215
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] length: 00:00:08.600
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] aspect ratio: 16:9 (1.778)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] color space: YV12
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] target device selected: Blu-ray
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] Job command line: "cmd.exe" /c ""F:\aaa\tools\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe" -loglevel level+error -i "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs" -strict -1 -f yuv4mpegpipe - | "F:\aaa\tools\x264\x264.exe" --level 4.1 --bluray-compat --pass 2 --bitrate 20000 --stats "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2.stats" --keyint 25 --open-gop --slices 4 --vbv-bufsize 30000 --vbv-maxrate 40000 --tff --colorprim bt709 --transfer bt709 --colormatrix bt709 --sar 1:1 --frames 215 --output "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2.264" --stdin y4m -"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] Process started
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] Standard output stream
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:21] Standard error stream
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:23] y4m [info]: 1920x1080i 1:1 @ 25/1 fps (cfr)
    ---[Warning] [01.05.2019 23:50:23] x264 [warning]: interlace + weightp is not implemented
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:23] x264 [info]: using SAR=1/1
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:23] x264 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 SSE4.2 AVX
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:23] x264 [info]: profile High, level 4.1, 4:2:0, 8-bit
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: frame I:9     Avg QP:19.16  size:333762
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: frame P:53    Avg QP:21.40  size:154373
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: frame B:153   Avg QP:23.37  size: 64180
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: consecutive B-frames:  4.2%  1.9%  2.8% 91.2%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: mb I  I16..4:  6.4% 50.5% 43.1%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: mb P  I16..4:  2.5% 10.9%  7.9%  P16..4: 33.1% 27.9% 15.8%  0.0%  0.0%    skip: 2.0%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: mb B  I16..4:  0.3%  1.0%  1.2%  B16..8: 42.7% 17.4%  5.3%  direct: 9.3%  skip:22.8%  L0:40.2% L1:40.1% BI:19.7%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: field mbs: intra: 70.5% inter:63.8% skip:69.1%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: 8x8 transform intra:48.9% inter:53.1%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: coded y,uvDC,uvAC intra: 83.4% 84.6% 53.4% inter: 39.4% 32.4% 3.0%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: i16 v,h,dc,p:  9% 42% 14% 35%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: i8 v,h,dc,ddl,ddr,vr,hd,vl,hu: 10% 27% 21%  5%  6%  5% 11%  4% 12%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: i4 v,h,dc,ddl,ddr,vr,hd,vl,hu: 12% 34% 14%  5%  6%  5% 11%  4% 10%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: i8c dc,h,v,p: 46% 36% 11%  7%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: ref P L0: 54.1% 35.7%  5.4%  4.8%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: ref B L0: 63.2% 34.9%  1.0%  1.0%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: ref B L1: 63.7% 34.3%  1.1%  1.0%
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] x264 [info]: kb/s:19539.68
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] encoded 215 frames, 11.49 fps, 19539.68 kb/s
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] Final statistics
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] Video Bitrate Desired: 20000 kbit/s
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] Video Bitrate Obtained (approximate): 19539 kbit/s
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2.264
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FileSize: 21005155
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Advanced Video Codec
    -[Information] Width: 1920
    -[Information] Height: 1080
    -[Information] FrameRate: 25.000
    -[Information] ScanType: MBAFF
    -[Information] Bits Depth: 8
    -[Information] AspectRatio: 1.778
    -[Information] AspectRatioString: 16:9
    -[Information] PixelAspectRatio: 1.000
    ---[Information] Video
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] Postprocessing
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] Successfully deleted F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2.stats
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] Successfully deleted F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2.stats.mbtree
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] Deleting intermediate files
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:50:40] Job completed
    -[Information] Log for job2 (audio, Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs -> Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:08] Started handling job
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:08] Preprocessing
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:08] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs
    ---[Information] AVS input file detected. Getting media information from AviSynth.
    -[Information] Format: AVS
    -[Information] FormatString: AviSynth Script
    -[Information] FileSize: 289
    -[Information] PlayTime: 00:00:08.6000000
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] ID: 0
    -[Information] CodecID: AVS Video
    -[Information] CodecIDString: AVS
    -[Information] Format: AVS
    -[Information] Width: 1920
    -[Information] Height: 1080
    -[Information] FrameCount: 215
    -[Information] FrameRate: 25
    -[Information] ScanType: Progressive
    -[Information] AspectRatio: 16:9
    -[Information] Delay: 0
    ---[Information] Video
    -[Information] ID: 0
    -[Information] Format: AVS
    -[Information] SamplingRate: 44100
    -[Information] SamplingRateString: 44100
    -[Information] Channels: 2
    -[Information] ChannelsString: 2 channels
    -[Information] BitRateMode: CBR
    -[Information] Delay: 0
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:09] The language information is not available for this track. The default MeGUI language has been selected.
    ---[Information] Audio
    -[NoImage] ClearAutoloadDirs()
    -[NoImage] AddAutoloadDir("F:\aaa\tools\avs\plugins")
    -[NoImage] Import("F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.avs")
    -[NoImage] # detected channels: 2
    -[NoImage] # detected channel positions: 
    -[NoImage] ConvertAudioToFloat(last)
    -[NoImage] SSRC(48000)
    -[NoImage] 32==Audiobits(last)?ConvertAudioTo16bit(last):last
    -[NoImage] return last
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:10] AviSynth script
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:10] Command line used: -i - -y -acodec ac3 -ab 256k "{0}"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:10] AviSynth script environment opened
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Script loaded
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    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Channels: 2
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Bits per sample: 16
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Sample rate: 48000
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Job command line: F:\aaa\tools\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe -i - -y -acodec ac3 -ab 256k "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Process started
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Standard output stream
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Standard error stream
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] ffmpeg version 4.1 Copyright (c) 2000-2018 the FFmpeg developers
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11]   built with gcc 8.2.1 (GCC) 20181017
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11]   configuration: --enable-gpl --enable-version3 --enable-sdl2 --enable-fontconfig --enable-gnutls --enable-iconv --enable-libass --enable-libbluray --enable-libfreetype --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libopencore-amrnb --enable-libopencore-amrwb --enable-libopenjpeg --enable-libopus --enable-libshine --enable-libsnappy --enable-libsoxr --enable-libtheora --enable-libtwolame --enable-libvpx --enable-libwavpack --enable-libwebp --enable-libx264 --enable-libx265 --enable-libxml2 --enable-libzimg --enable-lzma --enable-zlib --enable-gmp --enable-libvidstab --enable-libvorbis --enable-libvo-amrwbenc --enable-libmysofa --enable-libspeex --enable-libxvid --enable-libaom --enable-libmfx --enable-amf --enable-ffnvcodec --enable-cuvid --enable-d3d11va --enable-nvenc --enable-nvdec --enable-dxva2 --enable-avisynth
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    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Guessed Channel Layout for Input Stream #0.0 : stereo
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Input #0, wav, from 'pipe:':
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    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11]   Stream #0:0 -> #0:0 (pcm_s16le (native) -> ac3 (native))
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Output #0, ac3, to 'F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3':
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11]   Metadata:
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11]     encoder         : Lavf58.20.100
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11]     Stream #0:0: Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, fltp, 256 kb/s
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11]     Metadata:
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11]       encoder         : Lavc58.35.100 ac3
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] video:0kB audio:269kB subtitle:0kB other streams:0kB global headers:0kB muxing overhead: 0.000000%
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FileSize: 275456
    -[Information] PlayTime: 00:00:08.608
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Audio Coding 3
    -[Information] SamplingRate: 48000
    -[Information] SamplingRateString: 48.0 kHz
    -[Information] Channels: 2
    -[Information] ChannelsString: 2 channels
    -[Information] ChannelPositionsString2: 2/0/0
    -[Information] BitRateMode: CBR
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] The language information is not available for this track. The default MeGUI language has been selected.
    ---[Information] Audio
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Postprocessing
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Deleting intermediate files
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:11] Job completed
    -[Information] Log for job2 (mux, Testvideo2.264 -> Testvideo2-muxed.m2ts)
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:37] Started handling job
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:37] Preprocessing
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:37] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2.264
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FileSize: 21005155
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Advanced Video Codec
    -[Information] Width: 1920
    -[Information] Height: 1080
    -[Information] FrameRate: 25.000
    -[Information] ScanType: MBAFF
    -[Information] Bits Depth: 8
    -[Information] AspectRatio: 1.778
    -[Information] AspectRatioString: 16:9
    -[Information] PixelAspectRatio: 1.000
    ---[Information] Video
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FileSize: 275456
    -[Information] PlayTime: 00:00:08.608
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Audio Coding 3
    -[Information] SamplingRate: 48000
    -[Information] SamplingRateString: 48.0 kHz
    -[Information] Channels: 2
    -[Information] ChannelsString: 2 channels
    -[Information] ChannelPositionsString2: 2/0/0
    -[Information] BitRateMode: CBR
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] The language information is not available for this track. The default MeGUI language has been selected.
    ---[Information] Audio
    -[NoImage] MUXOPT --no-pcr-on-video-pid --new-audio-pes --vbr --vbv-len=500
    -[NoImage] V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2.264", fps=25.0, insertSEI, contSPS
    -[NoImage] A_AC3, "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo - 50 fps_2.ac3"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] mux script
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] frame rate (job): 25,0
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] device type: Standard
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Job command line: "F:\aaa\tools\tsmuxer\tsmuxer.exe"  "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2-muxed.meta" "F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2-muxed.m2ts"
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Process started
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Standard output stream
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Standard error stream
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Network Optix tsMuxeR.  Version 2.6.12. www.networkoptix.com
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Decoding H264 stream (track 1): Profile: High@4.1  Resolution: 1920:1080i  Frame rate: 25
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] B-pyramid level 1 detected. Shift DTS to 2 frames
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] H264 bitstream changed: insert pict timing and buffering period SEI units
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Decoding AC3 stream (track 2): Bitrate: 256Kbps Sample Rate: 48KHz Channels: 2
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Processed 215 video frames
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Flushing write buffer
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Mux successful complete
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Muxing time: 0 sec
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] MediaInfo
    ---[Information] File: F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2-muxed.m2ts
    -[Information] Format: BDAV
    -[Information] FileSize: 22321152
    -[Information] PlayTime: 00:00:08.656
    ---[Information] General
    -[Information] ID: 4113
    -[Information] StreamOrder: 0-0
    -[Information] CodecID: 27
    -[Information] Format: AVC
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Advanced Video Codec
    -[Information] Width: 1920
    -[Information] Height: 1080
    -[Information] FrameCount: 215
    -[Information] FrameRate: 25.000
    -[Information] Duration: 00:00:08.600
    -[Information] ScanType: MBAFF
    -[Information] Bits Depth: 8
    -[Information] AspectRatio: 1.778
    -[Information] AspectRatioString: 16:9
    -[Information] PixelAspectRatio: 1.000
    -[Information] Delay: 4200000.000
    ---[Information] Video
    -[Information] ID: 4352
    -[Information] StreamOrder: 0-1
    -[Information] CodecID: 129
    -[Information] Format: AC-3
    -[Information] FormatInfo: Audio Coding 3
    -[Information] SamplingRate: 48000
    -[Information] SamplingRateString: 48.0 kHz
    -[Information] Channels: 2
    -[Information] ChannelsString: 2 channels
    -[Information] ChannelPositionsString2: 2/0/0
    -[Information] BitRateMode: CBR
    -[Information] Delay: 4200000.000
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] The language information is not available for this track. The default MeGUI language has been selected.
    ---[Information] Audio
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Postprocessing
    -[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Successfully deleted F:\Downloads\Videotests2\Testvideo2-muxed.meta
    ---[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Deleting intermediate files
    --[Information] [01.05.2019 23:52:38] Job completed
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