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  1. So, this past weekend I did some research on how to rip and play 3D Blu Ray movies from my Emby server and I'm just as confused as I was before searching. I'm hoping someone in the forums can shed some light for me. First off, do I need a 3D Blu Ray player just to rip 3D movies? I have a Blu Ray drive, but its not 3D. If I need a 3D drive just to rip 3D movies then the rest of my questions are moot. However, I have successfully been able to rip 3D movies with MakeMKV but they only play in 2D. Which leads me to my next question... What do I need to PLAY 3D ripped movies, software and hardware wise? As I said, I have been able to both rip 3D movies to mkv and also original disc format ('copy and paste,' so to speak). My computer is less than 6 months old and I have quad cores, 64GB RAM and a upper tier video card that is "VR ready." I have it connected to a 3D ready TV which I have used to watch 3D movies with my stand-alone 3d blu ray player. I also have Kodi installed for Emby. Even with Kodi reading the movie directly off my PC instead of the Emby server, it still won't play in 3D, just 2D. Kodi seems to think it is 3D-it shows the little 3D glasses icon--but playback is 2D. Am I missing some special codec? Finally, if I already have all I need, what settings to I need to set to make it work? Kodi allows you to change the 3D format, but the options are odd and don't seem compatible with modern 3D movies. For example, you can do red/green but that's, like, for 1950's era 3D movies. Or you can do side by side, but that just shows the movie in two boxes side by side. Maybe that's meant for VR, I dunno. There's also top and bottom--I have no idea what that's for!
  2. jab2870

    Unable to watch DVD rips

    I have backed up a DVD into a folder that Emby looks for Movies in using the command: dvdbackup -i /dev/sr0 -o /output/folder -M This completed successfully and the emby user has read and write permissions on the folder and all sub files. This creates a full disk backup with extras and everything. This is what the file structure looks like: . ├── Back To The Future │ ├── fanart.jpg │ ├── landscape.jpg │ ├── logo.png │ ├── poster.jpg │ └── VIDEO_TS │ ├── VIDEO_TS.BUP │ ├── VIDEO_TS.IFO │ ├── VIDEO_TS.nfo │ ├── VIDEO_TS.VOB │ ├── VTS_01_0.BUP │ ├── VTS_01_0.IFO │ ├── VTS_01_0.VOB │ ├── VTS_01_1.VOB │ ├── VTS_01_2.VOB │ ├── VTS_01_3.VOB │ ├── VTS_01_4.VOB │ ├── VTS_01_5.VOB │ ├── VTS_01_6.VOB │ ├── VTS_02_0.BUP │ ├── VTS_02_0.IFO │ ├── VTS_02_0.VOB │ ├── VTS_02_1.VOB │ ├── VTS_02_2.VOB │ ├── VTS_03_0.BUP │ ├── VTS_03_0.IFO │ ├── VTS_03_0.VOB │ ├── VTS_03_1.VOB │ ├── VTS_04_0.BUP │ ├── VTS_04_0.IFO │ ├── VTS_04_0.VOB │ ├── VTS_04_1.VOB │ ├── VTS_05_0.BUP │ ├── VTS_05_0.IFO │ ├── VTS_05_0.VOB │ ├── VTS_05_1.VOB │ ├── VTS_06_0.BUP │ ├── VTS_06_0.IFO │ ├── VTS_06_0.VOB │ ├── VTS_06_1.VOB │ ├── VTS_07_0.BUP │ ├── VTS_07_0.IFO │ ├── VTS_07_0.VOB │ └── VTS_07_1.VOB Emby recognises the film but won't play it. I get the following in Chromium's error log playing url: https://media.jonathanh.co.uk/emby/videos/bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15/master.m3u8?DeviceId=06005d981fdd2aee49a5db5c47276550625b3e07&MediaSourceId=bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15&VideoCodec=h264&AudioCodec=aac&AudioStreamIndex=2&VideoBitrate=81667282&AudioBitrate=384000&Level=51&Profile=high&PlaySessionId=45693e38115649f590dadceaa69169a0&api_key=18a7a9784a454e4c9570af083c0177cf&CopyTimestamps=false&TranscodingMaxAudioChannels=6&EnableSubtitlesInManifest=false&Tag=543b6ca4c9f21c87d81daf7a932499c0&RequireAvc=true&RequireNonAnamorphic=false&DeInterlace=true&SegmentContainer=ts&MinSegments=1&BreakOnNonKeyFrames=True&TranscodeReasons=ContainerNotSupported,VideoCodecNotSupported,AudioCodecNotSupported&allowVideoStreamCopy=false&allowAudioStreamCopy=false hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 GET https://media.jonathanh.co.uk/emby/videos/bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15/master.m3u8?DeviceId=06005d981fdd2aee49a5db5c47276550625b3e07&MediaSourceId=bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15&VideoCodec=h264&AudioCodec=aac&AudioStreamIndex=2&VideoBitrate=81667282&AudioBitrate=384000&Level=51&Profile=high&PlaySessionId=45693e38115649f590dadceaa69169a0&api_key=18a7a9784a454e4c9570af083c0177cf&CopyTimestamps=false&TranscodingMaxAudioChannels=6&EnableSubtitlesInManifest=false&Tag=543b6ca4c9f21c87d81daf7a932499c0&RequireAvc=true&RequireNonAnamorphic=false&DeInterlace=true&SegmentContainer=ts&MinSegments=1&BreakOnNonKeyFrames=True&TranscodeReasons=ContainerNotSupported,VideoCodecNotSupported,AudioCodecNotSupported&allowVideoStreamCopy=false&allowAudioStreamCopy=false 400 (Bad Request) value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 a.emit @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 s.trigger @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 execCb @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 defineModule @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 depFinished @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) waitForDep @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 main @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Async Call req @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 requireHlsPlayer @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 setSrcWithHlsJs @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 setCurrentSrc @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) HtmlVideoPlayer.self.play @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 htmlmediahelper.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 HLS Error: Type: networkError Details: manifestLoadError Fatal: true htmlmediahelper.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 hls.js response error code: 400 playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 playbackmanager playback error type: mediadecodeerror apiclient.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Requesting url without automatic networking: https://media.jonathanh.co.uk/emby/Items/bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15/PlaybackInfo?UserId=0b47eb9d59f845c59b7443da41ab5a90&StartTimeTicks=0&AutoOpenLiveStream=true&AudioStreamIndex=2&EnableDirectPlay=false&EnableDirectStream=false&AllowVideoStreamCopy=false&AllowAudioStreamCopy=false&MediaSourceId=bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15&MaxStreamingBitrate=82051282 plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 playing url: https://media.jonathanh.co.uk/emby/videos/bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15/master.m3u8?DeviceId=06005d981fdd2aee49a5db5c47276550625b3e07&MediaSourceId=bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15&VideoCodec=h264&AudioCodec=aac&AudioStreamIndex=2&VideoBitrate=81667282&AudioBitrate=384000&Level=51&Profile=high&PlaySessionId=68004f858d6b476da6f4d2ba971ff8b6&api_key=18a7a9784a454e4c9570af083c0177cf&CopyTimestamps=false&TranscodingMaxAudioChannels=6&EnableSubtitlesInManifest=false&Tag=543b6ca4c9f21c87d81daf7a932499c0&RequireAvc=true&RequireNonAnamorphic=false&DeInterlace=true&SegmentContainer=ts&MinSegments=1&BreakOnNonKeyFrames=True&TranscodeReasons=ContainerNotSupported,VideoCodecNotSupported,AudioCodecNotSupported&allowVideoStreamCopy=false&allowAudioStreamCopy=false hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 GET https://media.jonathanh.co.uk/emby/videos/bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15/master.m3u8?DeviceId=06005d981fdd2aee49a5db5c47276550625b3e07&MediaSourceId=bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15&VideoCodec=h264&AudioCodec=aac&AudioStreamIndex=2&VideoBitrate=81667282&AudioBitrate=384000&Level=51&Profile=high&PlaySessionId=68004f858d6b476da6f4d2ba971ff8b6&api_key=18a7a9784a454e4c9570af083c0177cf&CopyTimestamps=false&TranscodingMaxAudioChannels=6&EnableSubtitlesInManifest=false&Tag=543b6ca4c9f21c87d81daf7a932499c0&RequireAvc=true&RequireNonAnamorphic=false&DeInterlace=true&SegmentContainer=ts&MinSegments=1&BreakOnNonKeyFrames=True&TranscodeReasons=ContainerNotSupported,VideoCodecNotSupported,AudioCodecNotSupported&allowVideoStreamCopy=false&allowAudioStreamCopy=false 400 (Bad Request) value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 a.emit @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 s.trigger @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 value @ hls.min.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 execCb @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 defineModule @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 depFinished @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) waitForDep @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 main @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Async Call req @ alameda.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 requireHlsPlayer @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 setSrcWithHlsJs @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 setCurrentSrc @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) HtmlVideoPlayer.self.play @ plugin.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) changeStream @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 onPlaybackError @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise rejected (async) setSrcIntoPlayer @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 changeStreamToUrl @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Promise resolved (async) (anonymous) @ playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 htmlmediahelper.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 HLS Error: Type: networkError Details: manifestLoadError Fatal: true htmlmediahelper.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 hls.js response error code: 400 playbackmanager.js?v=3.2.28.0:2 playbackmanager playback error type: mediadecodeerror apiclient.js?v=3.2.28.0:1 Requesting url without automatic networking: https://media.jonathanh.co.uk/emby/Items/bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15/PlaybackInfo?UserId=0b47eb9d59f845c59b7443da41ab5a90&StartTimeTicks=0&AutoOpenLiveStream=true&AudioStreamIndex=2&EnableDirectPlay=false&EnableDirectStream=false&AllowVideoStreamCopy=false&AllowAudioStreamCopy=false&MediaSourceId=bbcdfbbe10e2306002a02f6524e9ec15&MaxStreamingBitrate=82051282
  3. Hello, first, thanks for the greats efforts you guys have spend to build such nice media center! I have moved from XBMC to MB recently hand found myself left with some unanswered questions. DVD rips means for me to copy the DVD main movie only with two audio tracks and related subtitles into VIDEO_TS folder structure. This has been done for hundreds of DVD and VLC and other can play such flawless. If I do now the same thing in MBT the main movie starts, but compared to XBMC the following issues are occurring: · No time code / runtime · No fast forward or any kind of such · No way to pick a different audio track nor subtitle * * I know that 'i' shortcut will bring a menu. And this is of course working fine on my m2ts Blu-ray rips in term of changing the audio stream. But with the DVD rips, the menu point for Audio is gone. Transcoding the same DVD rips (via Android device) let me choose the correct audio track. Of course, in LAV and on the server side I have set the default language, but its still picking the wrong audio track in MBT However, since it depends on my current moot to listen to native or English language is there an easy way I might have overseen to change the audio track during the runtime? Thanks & Regards, Klapetste
  4. This list has about everything you need to burn,rip,edit,encode and some more for your movie/dvd collection. Found this while i was looking to convert .mp4 to dvd and thought i'd share it. These packs contain all the software for the corresponding guides. Gordian Knot rippack 0.35.0 pack2 - contains basic software to do SBC, DivX5 and XviD encoding as described in my guides - contains vStrip 0.8f CSS, DGIndex 1.2.1, BeSweet 1.5b30, azidts 0.1, vsfilter, Decomb 5.2.1, fluxsmooth, Convolution3D, Deen, TomsMoComp, AviSynth 2.55, VobSub 2.23, VirtualDubMod 1.5.10.1/2540, Nandub RC2 lumafix ecffix, chapterXtractor 0.962 and Robot4Rip 0.5. Gordian Knot Codec Pack 1.9 - audio and video codecs for GKnot encoding if you don't have it already - contains DivX3.11alpha, DivX5.12 Pro trial, XviD Koepi 1.0.3, Huffyuv 0.2.2.1, AC3Filter 0.70b, mpgaudioax, Morgan Stream Switcher and ffdshow alpha 2004-10-12 DVD2SVCD 1.2.3 b1 - contains all you need for DVD2SVCD conversion (exept for SP/TMPG, but here's a CCE demo and a TMPG demo ): vStrip 0.8f, DGMPGDec 1.45, Avisynth 2.55, BeSweet 1.5b30, IVTC Plugin 2.2 for Avisynth, Decomb 5.12, Madplay 1.5, Pulldown v0.99c, SimpleResize.dll, WinSubMux 0.1.0.1, VCDImager 0.7.12, bbMPEG 1.24b18 modified. Below you can find a lot of useful software split into the following sections: Audio Tools: All you need to process audio. From AC3 extraction, over AC3 decoder to mp3 compressors and synchronizing tools Avi Editing Tools: Everything you need to edit AIVIs, cut, join, add audio tracks, etc. Calculators: Calculation programs that will calculate almost anything for you Codecs: All you need to play back MPEG-4 movies. Digital TV: All the tools you need to process captured digital TV content (DVB, HDTV) Descrambling / Ripping tools: All the good DVD Ripping programs to get your VOBs from the DVD disc to your harddisk Decoders: Programs that can decode a DVD stream (encoders then encode that data to MPEG-1/2/4). DivX / MPEG-4 encoders: programs that will encode DVDs to DivX and other MPEG-4 formats Filters: various filters to play DVDs, AC3 audio and filters for VirtualDub and Avisynth High Def Tools: Tools to deal with your HD DVD / Blu-ray collection Launchers: Autorun programs to play your AVIs upon insertion of the CD. Media Players: Media Player replacements and a Hollywood Plus player. MPEG1/2 encoders: programs that encode your DVDs to MPEG-1/2 Region free tools: 2 tools to make your Hollywood Plus & Software DVD Player region free Source codes: source codes for all the open source tools you can find on this page Subtitles: All tools needed to extract and process subtitles. Including various subtitle format converters Support Utils: useful goodies for all kinds of stuff VOB Tools: stream extractors, merger and splitter. Complements to the Rippers Audio Tools eac3to - multi purpose tool for audio on (HD)DVDs, Blu-ray discs and Transport streams. Analyzes, transcodes, extracts/demuxes tracks, removes delays, etc. Website aften 0.0.8 - open source AC3 encoder. Website. azidts 0.1 - BeSweet based CLI DTS transcoding utility Azid 1.9 - probably the best free AC3 decoder out there. Used in most of todays transcoding tools like BeSweet. BeLight 0.22 - probably the best BeSweet GUI. Website BeSplit 0.82 - simple AAC/AC3/WAV/MPx cutter. Website BeSliced 0.2 - GUI for BeSplit, creates dummy AAC/AC3/WAV/MPx files and can fix corrupt AC3 streams. Website BeSure 1.2 - direct VOB/AC3 to CD audio (regular, Dolby Digital or DTS CD) conversion. Website BeSweet 1.5 - Advanced audio transcoding tool. offers one-pass & two-pass Normalization, DRC, Equalization, Sample-Rate-Conversion, Delay Assertion & more. Website BeSweet GUI 0.7b5 - GUI for BeSweet, azid, lame, WavBooster, ssrc and toolame. Website DeDynamic 0.2 - real time dynamic range compression Direct Show filter HeadAC3he 0.23a - smart & fast AC3 -> WAV/MP3/OGG/AC3-WAV transcoding utility (contains SSE dlls. MMX/SSE2 dlls can be downloaded here) Lame 3.95.1 - best and free MP3 encoder Morgan stream switcher - allows 2 audio tracks in WMP TFM Audio filter - real time playback dynamic range compression Toolame 0.2k - command line based WAV -> mp2 encoding, can be used as external encoder for TMPG. Website WaveOut fix - allows you to use the SPDIF output easily with AVI/AC3 without using Graphedit Wbias 0.81 - GUI for BeSplit. Website AVI Editing tools AviDefreezer - fixes frozen frames AviDemux - codec framework independent cross platform editing and encoding tool (also supports MKV and MP4) Avifrate1.10 - framerate changer for Avis AVIMux_GUI 1.17 - simple program to multiplex multiple audio tracks and a video track to one AVI. Website Alphatv Avi Editor - adds copyright info to your AVI files DivFix 1.1 - to fix broken DivX downloads and crashed ripping sessions. NOT for frozen frames! FourCC changer - allows you to change the fourCC code of your movies Gspot 2.70a - identifies audio and video codecs in AVIs, displays length, audio and video bitrate. Website Ogg Cutter - utility to cut Ogg Media streams OggMux - ogg media stream multiplexing utility VirtualDub 1.9.0 - latest official release. Website VirtualDubMod 1.5.10.1 - VirtualDub plus Nandub audio + OGM/MPEG-2/AviSynth support. Website WMV and MPEG-2 plugins for VirtualDub Calculators ABRCalc - a bitrate calculator for ABR mp3 files aspect.zip - command line utility, takes parameters and outputs a list of target resolutions Bearson's Bitrate Calculator - Bitrate calculator, what else? DVD-R calculator - to help you calculate the bitrate when using IfoEdit Framecalc - enter the lenght of the movie and your framerate and you'll get the number of frames RSC - scalefactor calculator for ReMPEG2. If the program doesn't start install the VB6 runtime package Codecs DivX 3.11 alpha - the original codec that started it all. DivX 7.0 - lastest DivX codec by DivXNetworks. The successor of DivX4. Website Huffyuv 2.1 - lossless codec, suited for capturing video XviD 1.2.1 - imho the best MPEG-4 ASP codec out there. Website - Binary download site Digital TV Cuttermaran 1.69a - frame accurate MPEG-2 cutting tool. Website DVD2AVI PVAview 1.0 - special PVA preview version, used by PVACut. Website MPEG2Cut 1.15 - special version of DVD2AVI to cut MPEG-2 videos. Website MPEG2Schnitt 0.90 - easy to use tool to cut out commercials from MPEG-2 streams. Website HDTVtoMPEG2 1.11 - extract video and audio streams from a (multi TV station) transport stream and save them to an MPG file. Website - Website 2 ProjectX 0.90 - demuxing tool for DVB streams. Website PVACut 3.50 - PVA cutting tool. Website PVAStrumento 2.1.0.21 - PVA demuxing tool. Website Descrambling / Ripping tools aacskeys 0.3.6 - tool to extract all kinds of key from your BD / HD DVD discs AnyDVD (HD) - on-the-fly decryption layer for DVDs and HD DVDs / Blu-ray discs (with the HD option). Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.5 - Blu-ray descrambling tool DumpHD 0.6 - Blu-ray / HD DVD decrambling tool. Supports BD+. DumpVID 0.4 - tool to extract the Volume ID from your high def discs (used when you cannot bypass AACS authentication) DVD Decrypter 3.5.4.0 - the most versatile ripper out there. (note: doesn't work on many newer titles that use structural protection but it's still an excellent burner and ISO ripper for unprotected discs) DVDFab HD Decrypter - simple ripper that's always updated to handle copy protection by disc corruption mechanisms. Decoders DGAVCDecNV - AVC Decoder and Frameserver for nVidia GFX cards. Website DGAVCDec 1.0.9 - just like DGMPGDec, but for AVC content. Website DGMPGDec 1.5.3 - latest version of the tool formerly known as DVD2AVI. Website DGMPGDecNV - MPEG2 Decoder and Frameserver for nVidia GFX cards. Website DGVC1Dec - VC1 Decoder and Frameserver for nVidia GFX cards. Website DVD2AVI frm - special DVD2AVI version for ScenChap DVDx 2.2 - all in one DVD -> VCD/SVCD encoder. Website Xmpeg 5.03 - latest FlaskMpeg derivate. Website DivX / MPEG-4 Encoders Mov2Avi - converts Quicktime files to AVI Nandub 1.0 RC2 - SBC encoding utility Nandub 1.0 RC2 lumafix - luma calculations work properly in fast recompress mode Vidomi 469 - all in one DivX encoding utility. Website Filters AC3Filter 1.51a - AC3 playback filter for AVI/AC3 and DVDs. Website Bicubic Direct Show resize filter - allows you to dynamically change the resolution of a movie during playback Convolution3D CoreAAC filter - allows AAC playback in any direct show capable media player. Website Decomb 5.23 - IVTC plugin for Avisynth DTS / AVI Filters - allows AVI/DTS muxing and playback Elecard MPEG Video Decoder - allows you to view MPEG2 video ffdshow - general purpose audio and video decoder filter. Allows you to play back almost anything. Website Haali media splitter - one of the best featured container filters supporting MKV, MP4, AVI, OGG/OGM and TS. Website Graphedit - THE DirectShow filter manipulation tool. Allows you to control whatever uses DirectShow KernelDeInt - deinterlacer for purely interlaced material Moonlight Odia Dekoda - MP2/MP3/AC3 playback filter Ogg Vorbis Direct Show filter implementation ReClock 1.6 - gets rid of jerky AVI / MPG playback. Website SimpleResize filter for avisynth - fast resize filter STMedian - motion compensated spatial/temporal median filter Subtitle filter for Ogg media streams TomsMoComp - motion compensation based deinterlacing filter for Avisynth UnDot - removes dots, stray orphan pixels and mosquito noise UnFilter - soften/sharpen filter for Avisynth Vaguedenoiser - probably the best grain removal filter for noisy sources Yet another temporal smoother 1.3 High Def Tools BDInfo 0.5.1 - shows you a lot of properties of all your Blu-ray discs. Website BD-Rebuilder 0.20.07 - just like DVD Rebuilder, but for Blu-ray discs. Website BDSup2Sub - converts subtitles from Blu-ray / HD DVD format to VobSub (DVD) format. Website Blu-ray Region Code Remover 2.5 - removes region coding from your Blu-ray rips. Website EvoDemux 0.627 - HD DVD filte de/remuxer. MakeMKV 1.4.1 - converts (HD) DVD and Blu-ray discs to MKV files. Website - transport stream muxer supporting ES/(M2)TS/(E)VOB/MPG/MKV input and (M2)TS/Blu-ray output. Website TsRemux 0.21.2 - transport stream de and remuxer. Website Launchers Compact Disc Autolauncher 2.1 BSPLauncher - launcher for the BSPlayer MicroDVD Autorun 1.85 - DivX autolauncher for Micro DVD Player MDVDGo 1.0 - autolauncher, specially for Micro DVD Player Mini DivX Launcher - fully automated codec installation and movie launch Movie.exe 1.23 MovieLauncher Plus 1.11 - the big brother of movie.exe so to speak. Mpeg4cd DivX CD Launcher 1.5 Media Players BSPlayer 2.36 - Website DivX Player 7.0 - The official player from the DivX codec makers. Website Media Player Classic 6.4.9.0 - just like WMP6.4 except that it has a lot more features. Website Media Player Classic Home Cinema - like MPC but with support for additional renderers and capable of using your GFX card's video decoder acceleration. Website RadLight 4 - contains Adware. Website smplayer - multiplatform frontent for mplayer. Website The Core Media Player - successor of PowerDivX Next Gen. Website VideoLan - standalone video player that can handle almost anything without requiring any DirectShow filters - Website Zoom Player 6.5 - WMP replacement, optimized for TV output. Website MPEG-1/2 Encoders bbMPEG 1.24b18 - latest beta, free MPEG-1/2 encoder HC 0.23 - free high quality .AVS to MPEG-1/2 encoder. Website QuEnc 0.72 - free high quality .AVS to MPEG1/2 encoder based on ffmpeg Quicktime plugin for TMPG - allows you to convert MOV to MPG/AVI in TMPG ReMPEG2 1.5.2 - MPEG2 Transcoder TMPGEnc - note: MPEG-2 support expires after 30 days unless you live in the future . Website Region Free Tools DriveInfo 2.2 - tells you all about your DVD Drive Subtitles CCParser 0.05b - parses Close Captioning DVDs DVD subtitle converter - converts Micro DVD Player files to .sup (IfoEdit) format. Webpage DVDSubEdit 1.501 - visualize subtitle editing. Webpage MaestroSBT - Converts subtitles from SSA scripts to formats readable by DVD Maestro, Scenarist,I-Author and submux. Renders the bitmaps. S3 Subtitle Converter 0.05b - converts I-author to Scenarist subtitles, tutorial included Sub2stl - converts MDVDP and SubRip files to the stl format (native Maestro format) Subadjust 1.56 - adjust subs, split subtitle files and convert subtitle files SubCreator 1.2 - create and adjust subtitles with online preview SubRip 1.30 beta 10 - the most uses subtitle ripper. Website Subripper -> Scenarist Scenarist Coverter 0.1 - converts .srt to .sst SubSynch 0.2.11 - subtitle synching helper utility Subtitle Workshop 2.51 - complete subtitle creation, editing and conversion tool supporting 40+ subtitle formats. Webpage SubToSup - convert VobSub files to sup (IfoEdit DVD authoring format) SubWizard 1.3.6 - converts srt files to Subtitle creator / StreamWeaver or DVD Fusion format. VirtualDub subtitle plugin - to add ssa subs to an AVI VobSub 2.23 - another subtitle plugin for VirtualDub & Avisynth and DS filter for subtitle overlay during playback. VobSubStrip 0.11 - strips unwated subtitle streams from VobSub files. Website WinSubMux 0.2.0.2 - adds subtitles to an SVCD stream. Support Utils ASPI checker - checks if you have a working ASPI layer on your system ATI Macrovision remover - removes macrovision from the TV input of your ATI card Avisynth 2.57 - probably the most powerful video editing tool based on scripting. Website AviResetAll - resets all AVI settings for Windows, try that if the above doesn't help AVISplitCalc 3.42 - calculates split points in your AVIs BatchCCEWS - automates .avs encoding using CCE. To be used together with DIF4U. Website BtWinCap Switcher - allows BtWinCap to work properly with DScaler, MoreTV, borgTV, etc DirectX 8.1 YUV colorspace conversion fix - can help you capture using huffyuv DGSplit 1.1 - the only file splitter you ever needed (very useful to extract sample for problem analysis). DGPulldown 1.0.11 - MPEG2 Flagging and Timecode Utility for 3:2 pulldown and PAL to NTSC conversion. Website DoCCE4U - - automates .avs encoding using CCE. To be used together with DIF4U. Website ForceAspi 1.7 - if you get ASPI errors install this IsoPuzzle 1.7 - recover damaged DVDs. Website Mode2 CD Maker 1.5a - create Mode 2 CDs that offer more space QTReader - VFP plugin for TMPG allowing it to read QuickTime files ReStream 0.9.0 - changes almost all MPEG-2 header options. Website Robot4Rip 0.6 - automates preprocessing of DVD sources for Gordian Knot & other tools Scenchap 1.28 - adds chapter points to a Scenarist project VFAPI - includes VFAPI Reader Codec and VFAPI Converter VOB Tools ChapterXtractor - extracts chapters from an ifo for MDVDP ChopperXP 2.7 - VOB cutting utility with preview facilities. Website DVDPatcher 1.06 - change various flags in an MPEG2 stream DVD Shrink 3.2 - extremely fast DVD transcoding utility. Website DVD Rebuilder 0.98 - one click DVD transcoding tool using CCE/Rejig/QuEnc for video encoding. Full installer. Website (also for Pro version) DoItFast4U 1.4.0 - re-authoring made easy. Website (currently offline) FixVTS 1.603 - adjust DVD files for better compliance with various one click software IfoEdit 0.971 - edit IFO files, create IFO files, stream processing for DVDs, DVD image and burning capabilities included. Website IfoUpdate 0.78 - merges PGC/Cell structures between .ifo files ImgBurn 2.4.4.0 - Continues DVD Decrypter's burning engine. Website MuxMan 0.16.6 - freeware DVD muxer with features that rival Scenarist. Website (also for Pro version) MenuShrink 2.41 - Shrinks a DVD's menus. PgcDemux 1205 - demuxes a PGC/VID/Cell to its elementary streams. Website PgcEdit - The Swiss Army knive of DVD editing. Website ReAuthorist 1.0.0 - putting DoItFast4U & DoCCE4U output together to a fully working Scenarist project ready for compilation. Website VobBlanker 2.1.3.0 - A tool to blank, replace and cut PGCs in a DVD. Website VobEdit 0.6 - VOB editing utility, can split, demux, remux and join VOB files. Website Source Codes for all the Programs on this Page: Source codes for all you coders out there. Bicubic DirectShow Resize filter source code bbMPEG 1.24b18 source code bbTools 1.9 source code ChapterXtractor source code CSSMonitor source code Convolution3d source code Decomb source code DeCSS plus source code DeCSS plus 2pre3 source code DivX 4 Windows 4a50 WFW and DS filter source. DivFix source code Filemerger source code FixVTS source code HDTVtoMPEG2 source code Huffyuv 2.2 source code IFOParser source code MenuShrink source code Micro DVD Player Menu Maker source code MPEG2Cut 1.15 source code mpeg2enc source code Nandub 1.0 RC2 source code Normalize 0.24.1 source code Normalize GUI source code OggMux source code Pulldown.exe source code Mode2 CD Maker source code MS MPEG-4 source code - not DivX or any of the release codecs, keep that in mind. SmartRipper source code SimpleResize source code SSRC source code STMedianFilter source code SubMist source code SubRip source code TomsMoComp source code Undot filter source code Unfilter source code Vaguedenoiser source code VirtualDub 1.3c source code VirtualDub subtitler plugin source code vStrip 0.8 including sources VobBlanker source codes VobDec 0.3 including sources VobSub including sources Wave Length adjust source code Yet another temporal smoother source code
  5. I have been using Emby for awhile now, but the one thing I've been unable to do is watch ripped 3D Blu Rays on my HTPC. I was wondering what solutions people have come up with for this problem? So far the only success I have had (other than putting in the disc and playing it with PowerDVD 15) is to rip it with MakeMKV as an mvc file, and use Stereoscopic Player. The trouble is, I only have the demo of Stereoscopic Player since its not a free application and I'm, um, on a budget. Is there any free software that can be used to play 3D Blu Rays? If not, I will bite the bullet and buy it, but can Emby use Stereoscopic Player as an external player? The second, less important, question I have is...is there any way to get my TV to play ripped 3D Blu Rays in 3D automatically? If I stick the disc in or watch something natively in 3D on TV (DirectTV used to have 3D channels, though they are long gone now) my Samsung un60es7150 would automatically swtich to 3D mode. However, with Stereoscopic Player I have to pick 'side by side' as my viewing format, start playing, then go to the TV's menu and manually turn on 3D side by side mode. Boo hoo, my diamond necklace chafes, but it is pretty annoying. Is there a better way? Thanks for your help and sorry if this is in the wrong forum, I wasn't really sure where to post it.
  6. Well the title sort of says it all.. Are iso rips with iso mounting and external player loading in Emby Configurator for WMC still the best way to do it? In the past I was using MB2.6.X with this set up to play back via TMT5 for WMC. Then my HTPC failed on me and I am just now finally getting everything put back together. Any suggestions would be welcome.
  7. arrbee99

    DVD rips

    Just wondering if DVD rip playback is available in MBT yet ? For me, that means can I play DVDs ripped into video_ts folders, as mentioned in MBC forum item 'Black screen when playing .vob files inside VIDEO_TS folder'. Thanks.
  8. Hi, In an earlier conversation today in a different thread it was suggested that having Blu-ray rips stored as MKV rather than ISO would provide better functionality with MB. I can for sure see that it is easier, no mounting and no external player, but I was wondering what else I would run into or have to configure if I chose to go that route. In my current setup I rip my Blu-rays with DVDFab and keep only the main movie, high definition audio, and the English subs and write them to the ISO format. I know I can use MakeMKV to rip the Blu-ray and select out what I want, but when it comes to playback, is there anything else, like further configuration of LAV, that will have to be done. Also, is there anything to deal with 3D Blu-ray ripping where I do not have to change the 3D format? (Does it even matter if you do?) I have in general been happy with the ISO rips, but if it can be better/easier I would love to learn and go that route. Thanks for any info Cheers
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