hi, I've recorded a ts stream with an usb dvb-t device.
I'd like to post it as an mkv without re-encode it and doing as few steps as possible.
So I first load the ts file into avidemux and after cutting some minutes at the beginning and at the end,
in correspondence with two keyframes, then I save it using the "Mpeg TS Muxer (ff)" Output Format.
Then I load the cutted ts file into mkvtoolnix and I mux it.
The resulting mkv file, for some reason that I can't get, is now 2.68GB instead of like the ts file that is 2.98GB.
Apart that, the problem is now when i play it in MPC-HC all the frames are doubled, the lenght is ok,
and when I load it into vdub2, the frames and the lenght are doubled.
I just would like to "fix it" in some way in order to play it with MPC-HC with no doubled frames.
I read something around about using the "Default duration/FPS" option
or "video interlaced flag" and "video field order" in the mkvtoolnix header editor,
but I really can't figure out which ones to use and how to use them.
including ts sample: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0bix5rkqwiikj2g/iss%20sample.ts?dl=0
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Last edited by maudit; 26th Dec 2021 at 08:47.
The file is marked as interlaced but there really isn't a unique field so you get a duplicate.
In mpc-hc you can set
filters/LAV video decoding/software deinterlacing/Yadif/25p/30p
The file should really be progrssive, but I'm not sure how to change it without a re-encode