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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.82

Postby felicia » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:36 am

AC3 true HD remux is not supported. program allowing to remux it is the issue.
Will be fixed in the next build
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.82

Postby dosibo51 » Wed Nov 15, 2017 8:21 pm

Hi,

all bonuses when selected are 645 GB ... that's not possible ;)
and the one selected asks for 42 GB and is only 18 min HD (finally the m2ts file only has 3,03 GB).

SizeCalcWrong.jpg


I have 200 GB free on hard disc and can not write all bonuses because software says "too less space on destination" ,)

Using 4.0.0.82 .. BR
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.82

Postby felicia » Thu Nov 16, 2017 12:01 pm

I see your 645 and I raise to 996
996_size.JPG


There's an issue with our size calculation for remuxing BD, at the moment any items's size is the whole size which gets bad values, this will be partially solved. EDIT: When I say partially solved it's because it is extremelly difficult to extract the accurate size from a Blu-ray item without undergoing time consuming actions.

On the other hand as my example your source may contain angles or versions or even items using the same m2ts files. Those titles once expanded take much more space than the source.
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.82

Postby dosibo51 » Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:55 am

Hi,

thanks.

From experience I know the results of a BR film rip in .m2ts which is between 20-35 GB.

I know that I have enough space on my drive so it would be great to have an option to say "continue yes/no" when the warning appears - incl. and option "show warning in the future yes/no" (also enable/disable in options).

Currently I can only press OK - which means I have to rip on another HD and then to move the file to the final harddisc.

Yes - I fill up my hard discs until 5-10 GB free. ;)

btw: I always select only one angle.
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.82

Postby felicia » Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:45 am

dosibo51 wrote:Hi,

thanks.

From experience I know the results of a BR film rip in .m2ts which is between 20-35 GB.

I know that I have enough space on my drive so it would be great to have an option to say "continue yes/no" when the warning appears - incl. and option "show warning in the future yes/no" (also enable/disable in options).

Currently I can only press OK - which means I have to rip on another HD and then to move the file to the final harddisc.

Yes - I fill up my hard discs until 5-10 GB free. ;)

btw: I always select only one angle.


I rather fix the output size calculation that add an option that will cause more issues than it will fix, because everybody wil click continue anymay .
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.82

Postby felicia » Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:46 am

TrendBF wrote:Hello.
Used for a month there were no problems.
After the latest version, problems began.
I even had to register on the forum now that I had solved the problem :D :D
When will the new version come out with edits?


If I don't know what's your issue I can't tell when/if it will be fixed
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.83

Postby felicia » Mon Nov 27, 2017 12:13 pm

New beta posted
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.83

Postby maonstad » Tue Nov 28, 2017 5:52 pm

Using trhe beta .83 version, it created a file size too large to fit on a 25gb disk. Estimated size was supposed to be 21.4 gb and it created a file 29.3 gb.
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.83

Postby maonstad » Thu Nov 30, 2017 6:45 pm

I did some more testing and I found out that GPU quicksync is not working in this version. It quickly did something but not quite right. I went back to .82 beta and now quicksync is now working. Still testing....
Upon going back .82 and on two different computers, both have the same motherboard, but one has the i5-2500 and the other has i5-2500K processors.
Using the same file, as mentioned previously, the i5-2500 has a throughput of 65.3 FPS. the i5-2500K has a throughput of 26.5 FPS. Note that the i5-2500 has HD2000 graphics, and the i5-2500K has HD3000 Graphics. Why is there so much difference between the two processors and yet the i5-2500K is a better and unlocked processor with better graphics. The speeds of the processors is the same. The motherboards are the same, the memory is the same.

After burning the final movies onto blu ray (erasable). The i5-2500 with the fast FPS created the best copy.
The i5-2500K final result had lots of macro blocking (pixelation) on the disk. (With the slowest FPS). I'm not sure why that would be that their is something going on with the creation.

Now if I shut the GPU off on the 2500K, the results are perfect. And so the there is something going on with the i5-2500K settings for the HD3000 GPU.

Upon looking up graphics drivers for Windows 10 and HD3000, currently there is no support for HD3000 yet. That may be the problem, why it won't work properly. Note: Sandy Bridge 2nd Generation processors.
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.83

Postby dosibo51 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 4:12 pm

Just installed blu-ray converter 4.0.0.84beta ...

Why is DTS not possible anymore for m2ts?

I has always worked without problems.

File-Format: m2ts
Video Track: remux (otherwise H.264)
Audio Track: remux (otherwise .... DTS .. now AC3 only?)

Thanks
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.84

Postby maonstad » Mon Dec 18, 2017 5:38 pm

No available video in this version when selecting movie to compress.
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.83

Postby felicia » Tue Dec 19, 2017 10:21 am

dosibo51 wrote:Just installed blu-ray converter 4.0.0.84beta ...

Why is DTS not possible anymore for m2ts?

I has always worked without problems.

File-Format: m2ts
Video Track: remux (otherwise H.264)
Audio Track: remux (otherwise .... DTS .. now AC3 only?)

Thanks


SORRY !!! :oops:
I forgot to enable the settings option for that, next version will fix this
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.84

Postby felicia » Tue Dec 19, 2017 10:24 am

maonstad wrote:No available video in this version when selecting movie to compress.


Please got to "Help/Report a problem" in the program menu so I can have more info.
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.84

Postby maonstad » Tue Dec 19, 2017 10:43 pm

felicia wrote:
maonstad wrote:No available video in this version when selecting movie to compress.


Please got to "Help/Report a problem" in the program menu so I can have more info.


This has just now been sent. Note: This error doesn't matter which computer I use.
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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.83

Postby maonstad » Tue Dec 26, 2017 5:08 pm

Using the same file, as mentioned previously, the i5-2500 has a throughput of 65.3 FPS. the i5-2500K has a throughput of 26.5 FPS. Note that the i5-2500 has HD2000 graphics, and the i5-2500K has HD3000 Graphics. Why is there so much difference between the two processors and yet the i5-2500K is a better and unlocked processor with better graphics

I found after my computer wouldn't start up, (tried many times to fix the startup but couldn't), I reloaded the whole system again, and now I'm getting 50 - 60 fps. It had to be something that windows creator fall upgrade didn't work quite right.

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Re: DVD and Blu-ray Converter beta versions 4.0.0.85

Postby felicia » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:08 am

New beta posted
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