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Bull_007

It's been a while since I've added some movies to my library, just got busy, but I added a bunch last weekend and for some reason the duration on them is all messed up.

I'm using TS folders and I pulled just the Title Movie with DVD Shrink, something I've done forever.  

On one movie, it shows duration as 1 hour 11 minutes even though it's over 2 hours long.  On another movie, it shows 1 minute, another one shows 7 minutes.

 

If I use VLC, the entire movie is there and I can fast forward through it,

If I hit play on the movie in Emby and just watch it, it appears I can watch the entire thing.  I haven't tested fully yet. If I fast forward, or jump ahead any it messes up.

 

This system has been running since MediaBrowser days.  I tried dumping the Library and refresh it, but it still pulls the wrong duration..

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Happy2Play

May need a server log, but would assume FFmpeg/FFprobe is having issues when reading the media.

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Bull_007

embyserver log or ffmpeg log, or both?

It shows the wrong duration in the movie information before you even hit play.  

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Happy2Play

embyserver log or ffmpeg log, or both?

It shows the wrong duration in the movie information before you even hit play.  

 

I would post both but a ffmpeg log is only created during playback

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Luke

Ts folder support is only experimental. For the best possible experience we suggest converting to mkv.

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Bull_007

TS Folder has been working for years for me and works for all my prior videos, but for some reason it's started getting funny.

I had looked at doing mkv, but I had weird artifacts and cc issues.  Maybe it's time to look again.

Is there a preferred ripper and settings?  Space isn't an issue for me.

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Luke

Makemkv seems to be the most popular and gets lots of great feedback.

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