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  1. Hi,

    I am trying to mux a movie for a Blu-ray, and while the mkv is 23.976 fps (confirmed in mediainfo), tsmuxer is reading it as 23.8095. It won't support that, so I change it to 24000/1001. It starts to run--with the disclaimer that the SPS parameters are not consistent throughout the stream--and then gives me a never-ending string of this error: "H264 warn: Unexpected pic_order_cnt_lsb value 11. FrameNum: 8227 slice type: B_TYPE".

    First, why is it misreading the fps? And second, how do I fix this?

    Thanks!

    Jason
    Last edited by frodawgg; 22nd Apr 2020 at 21:24.
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    It might be helpful to post here the full MediaInfo report, text view
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  3. Ok. My computer's off for the night. I'll up it tomorrow. Thanks!
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  4. ProWo, thanks but I got the same result.

    davexnet, I assume this is what you mean?
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  5. Your video is marked as variable bitrate, so TSmuxer recalculates the framerate.
    What happens if you just leave it there and re-mux the video with TSmuxer without any changes? What is the framerate of the result?
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  6. Same thing...it won't even let me get started, as "non standart [I assume that means standard] value do not supported for PGS streams." I remove the subtitles file and it actually gets started, but then it gives me that never-ending string of errors again and then terminates, so I never actually get a final output. This happens also when I keep the subs but change the fps to 24000/1001.
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  7. Originally Posted by frodawgg View Post
    I am trying to mux a movie for a Blu-ray, and while the mkv is 23.976 fps (confirmed in mediainfo), tsmuxer is reading it as 23.8095. It won't support that, so I change it to 24000/1001. It starts to run--with the disclaimer that the SPS parameters are not consistent throughout the stream--and then gives me a never-ending string of this error: "H264 warn: Unexpected pic_order_cnt_lsb value 11. FrameNum: 8227 slice type: B_TYPE".

    First, why is it misreading the fps? And second, how do I fix this?


    Even if you got it working in TSMuxer, if you're doing this for an authored BD disc - it was not encoded with blu-ray compatible settings. Although some players might play it anyways (many players can play out of spec streams), strictly speaking - it's not compatible for BD.

    Frame rate mode : Variable
    Frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
    Original frame rate : 11.905 FPS

    vbv_maxrate=50000 / vbv_bufsize=62500
    bluray_compat=0
    keyint=48
    The only way to make it compatible is to re-encode using BD compatible settings

    Or if your BD player can play MKV files (usb or maybe disc) , it should have no problems playing it directly
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  8. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Originally Posted by frodawgg View Post
    I am trying to mux a movie for a Blu-ray, and while the mkv is 23.976 fps (confirmed in mediainfo), tsmuxer is reading it as 23.8095. It won't support that, so I change it to 24000/1001. It starts to run--with the disclaimer that the SPS parameters are not consistent throughout the stream--and then gives me a never-ending string of this error: "H264 warn: Unexpected pic_order_cnt_lsb value 11. FrameNum: 8227 slice type: B_TYPE".

    First, why is it misreading the fps? And second, how do I fix this?


    Even if you got it working in TSMuxer, if you're doing this for an authored BD disc - it was not encoded with blu-ray compatible settings. Although some players might play it anyways (many players can play out of spec streams), strictly speaking - it's not compatible for BD.

    Frame rate mode : Variable
    Frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
    Original frame rate : 11.905 FPS

    vbv_maxrate=50000 / vbv_bufsize=62500
    bluray_compat=0
    keyint=48
    The only way to make it compatible is to re-encode using BD compatible settings

    Or if your BD player can play MKV files (usb or maybe disc) , it should have no problems playing it directly
    Hmm...

    I'll see if the MKV plays on my player, but it doesn't have the chapters and a few audio streams muxed in, and it won't even let me mux.

    I'd rather it be on disc anyway. What program and setting do you recommend I use to do so? I have AVS4YOU video converter and handbrake. Do you recommend I convert it to a compatible MKV, mp4, mp2, etc; what would be most supported by tsmuxer? (I have multiavchd as well, but that won't import a TrueHD file I want to add in.)

    Thanks so much in advance!
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  9. Remux it with mkvtoolnix to add chapters, audio streams etc...

    You can still put it on a data disc as a mkv, if your player supports it

    Otherwise you have to re-encode the video using blu-ray compatible settings (slow, lose quality re-encoding) .
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  10. It seems that one of the streams is broken. First try to mux your mkv again with MkvToolNix-Gui and then try the newly muxed video again in TSmuxer.
    If that doesn't work either, your video is broken.
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  11. Originally Posted by ProWo View Post
    It seems that one of the streams is broken. First try to mux your mkv again with MkvToolNix-Gui and then try the newly muxed video again in TSmuxer.
    If that doesn't work either, your video is broken.
    I did remux it (before you pointed out that a stream is broken) and it still didn't work.

    I'm now in the LONG process of reencoding through handbrake (which will probably cause my computer to shut down from overheating a few times &#129315.
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  12. Alright, so I reencoded over the past day, it seems to work in tsmuxer (although the muxing is going VERY SLOOOOWLY, so I don't know of any errors yet), BUT handbrake reencoded a 30gb file into 77gb. SEVENTY-SEVEN. Even if it does work fine, I can't fit it on a Blu-ray, which, obviously, someone does not want me to do.

    **** this movie.
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  13. You have to use blu-ray compatible settings if you want an actual blu-ray authored video disc (not a data disc on blu-ray media) . There are specific limitations for blu-ray, including bitrate

    https://sites.google.com/site/x264bluray/home/1080i-p
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