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chadd



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PostLink    Posted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 2:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


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hey mike, everything seems to be working great for 99% of my bluray discs, but i just ran into a couple snags with disney's ratatouille bluray.
anydvd scans and says the disc is fine, and i get it analyzed by your program fine, then come the issues:

1) it shows 3 chapter lists in the results pane, with all the same length with what appears to be the same contents, so i'm just guessing which one to add to batch jobs.

2) after it starts the batch, it runs for a bit, then it just stops with a small pop-up window that only contains the number "1".
no errors are logged (that i can find so far). just that pop-up... i've read somewhere that ratatouille has "seamless branching", could that be the cause?

any help would be great, thanks again!

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PostLink    Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 4:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

chadd wrote:
hey mike, everything seems to be working great for 99% of my bluray discs, but i just ran into a couple snags with disney's ratatouille bluray.
anydvd scans and says the disc is fine, and i get it analyzed by your program fine, then come the issues:

1) it shows 3 chapter lists in the results pane, with all the same length with what appears to be the same contents, so i'm just guessing which one to add to batch jobs.

2) after it starts the batch, it runs for a bit, then it just stops with a small pop-up window that only contains the number "1".
no errors are logged (that i can find so far). just that pop-up... i've read somewhere that ratatouille has "seamless branching", could that be the cause?

any help would be great, thanks again!


New version update 1/26/2010.

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PostLink    Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 5:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Whoa...looking good Mike.

The write up in the first post is really helpful.

The only trap-for-the-unwary I can think of is: It can be difficult to get eac3to to use the Arcsoft TMT HD audio decoder filter. I had to register the arcsoft HD audio decoder (use radlight filter manager or similar or command line). You may also need to add the folder with the arsoft filters in to the system path.


Thanks heaps Mike, it's now the premier eac3to gui Smile


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PostLink    Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 5:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mark_A_W wrote:
Whoa...looking good Mike.
The only trap-for-the-unwary I can think of is: It can be difficult to get eac3to to use the Arcsoft TMT HD audio decoder filter. I had to register the arcsoft HD audio decoder (use radlight filter manager or similar or command line). You may also need to add the folder with the arsoft filters in to the system path.



Yeah that is a pain...I'm hoping someone soon comes up with a free decoder for DTS-HD....The trial install does seem to work.

Have you had a chance to verified the sleep mode gets blocked?

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PostLink    Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 5:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not yet, maybe tonight.

Will let you know for sure!!
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PostLink    Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 5:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mark_A_W wrote:
Not yet, maybe tonight.

Will let you know for sure!!


Thanks for the suggestion on the remuxing to a different drive...It's only taking about 35-45 minutes to rip a disk on my Quad core AMD box....Seamless branching takes a little longer.

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PostLink    Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

still having problems with the ratatouille bluray.
it initially analyzes fine and it shows 3 chapter lists in the results pane, but no matter which one i try to batch (i've tried all 3), when i hit run all, it starts to analyze and then pops up a message saying "unable to detect audio track in default language, please manually select".

then when i hit OK it pops up a window that looks like it should contain a list of audio tracks (there is a box with a header "tracks") but it is empty, and i can't hit OK in that window (i'm guessing it's because i haven't selected an audio track from that box) so i have to hit cancel. which then cancels the entire rip process.

i'm not seeing any error logs being written except for the following, which is in log.txt
C:Program Files (x86)/ACD/Another EAC3to GUI/log.txt:
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eac3to v3.17
command line: "C:\rip\eac3to\eac3to.exe" 1) -log="C:\Program Files (x86)\ACD\Another EAC3to GUI\log.txt"


there are no other logs from this rip, at least that i can find...

any ideas?

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PostLink    Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 3:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

chadd wrote:
still having problems with the ratatouille bluray.
it initially analyzes fine and it shows 3 chapter lists in the results pane, but no matter which one i try to batch (i've tried all 3), when i hit run all, it starts to analyze and then pops up a message saying "unable to detect audio track in default language, please manually select".

then when i hit OK it pops up a window that looks like it should contain a list of audio tracks (there is a box with a header "tracks") but it is empty, and i can't hit OK in that window (i'm guessing it's because i haven't selected an audio track from that box) so i have to hit cancel. which then cancels the entire rip process.

i'm not seeing any error logs being written except for the following, which is in log.txt
C:Program Files (x86)/ACD/Another EAC3to GUI/log.txt:
Code:
eac3to v3.17
command line: "C:\rip\eac3to\eac3to.exe" 1) -log="C:\Program Files (x86)\ACD\Another EAC3to GUI\log.txt"


there are no other logs from this rip, at least that i can find...

any ideas?


Yep...Found the problem, its should be fixed now...Download and install the current build from the main link.

It looks like you are ripping DD/DTS core only...There was a problem with disks that had a RAW audio track when you requested only DD/DTS tracks.

Let me know if it works.

Thanks!

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PostLink    Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 4:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mike, I really think you need to transpose your first post here to Doom9.

That's where it really belongs.

Soon you will be the primary reason for visit's to Curt's site Smile

Curt and Kal might like that, I dunno..do they make more money from ads with more traffic?
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PostLink    Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

MikeEby wrote:


Yep...Found the problem, its should be fixed now...Download and install the current build from the main link.

It looks like you are ripping DD/DTS core only...There was a problem with disks that had a RAW audio track when you requested only DD/DTS tracks.

Let me know if it works.

Thanks!

Mike

i thought i had my settings set to 'create FLAC if HD audio is available, but i'll redownload and try again tonight.
thanks much.

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PostLink    Posted: Fri Jan 29, 2010 1:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

just tried another rip of ratatouille with the newest download with the exact same result... Sad
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PostLink    Posted: Fri Jan 29, 2010 2:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lets make sure nothing went wrong with the install...You're running version 0.9.1.2....Is that correct?...Click on Help and About from the menu to get the About dialog?

I just ripped the same movie using FLAC and DD... and it went fine....I used the 1st playlist, the other two have Spanish and French credits. That's the difference.

Here is the log for the run I made with FLAC.

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eac3to v3.17
command line: "C:\eac3to\eac3to.exe" "f:\BDMV\STREAM" 1) 1: "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - Chapters.txt" 2: "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille 1080p h264.mkv" 3: "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - 3 RAW PCM.flac" 8: "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - 8 English Subtitle.sup" 11: "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - 11 English Subtitle.sup" -log="C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - Log.txt"
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
M2TS, 1 video track, 5 audio tracks, 4 subtitle tracks, 1:50:32, 123.814p
1: Chapters, 31 chapters
2: h264/AVC, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9)
3: RAW/PCM, English, 5.1 channels, 24 bits, 48khz
4: AC3 EX, English, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48khz
5: AC3 EX, French, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48khz
6: AC3 EX, Spanish, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48khz
7: AC3, English, 2.0 channels, 192kbps, 48khz, dialnorm: -27dB
8: Subtitle (PGS), English
9: Subtitle (PGS), French
10: Subtitle (PGS), Spanish
11: Subtitle (PGS), English
Creating file "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - Chapters.txt"...
[a03] Extracting audio track number 3...
[v02] Extracting video track number 2...
[a03] Reading RAW/PCM...
[a03] Swapping endian...
[v02] Muxing video to Matroska...
[s08] Extracting subtitle track number 8...
[a03] Remapping channels...
[a03] Encoding FLAC with libFlac...
[s11] Extracting subtitle track number 11...
[a03] Creating file "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - 3 RAW PCM.flac"...
[s11] Creating file "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - 11 English Subtitle.sup"...
[s08] Creating file "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - 8 English Subtitle.sup"...
[a03] The original audio track has a constant bit depth of 24 bits.
[a03] Audio overlaps for 6ms at playtime 0:08:50.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 6ms at playtime 0:11:24.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 7ms at playtime 0:13:31.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 6ms at playtime 0:42:09.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 8ms at playtime 1:08:51.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 6ms at playtime 1:11:58.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 5ms at playtime 1:15:28.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 6ms at playtime 1:30:31.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 6ms at playtime 1:31:39.  <WARNING>
[a03] Audio overlaps for 5ms at playtime 1:33:24.  <WARNING>
[a03] Starting 2nd pass...
[a03] Decoding FLAC...
[a03] Realizing RAW/PCM gaps...
[a03] Encoding FLAC with libFlac...
[a03] Creating file "C:\Work Folder\Ratatouille - 3 RAW PCM.flac"...
[a03] The processed audio track has a constant bit depth of 24 bits.
Added fps value (24 /1.001) to MKV header.
Video track 2 contains 159042 frames.
Subtitle track 8 contains 1598 captions.
Subtitle track 11 contains 710 captions.
eac3to processing took 48 minutes, 49 seconds.
Done.


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PostLink    Posted: Fri Jan 29, 2010 11:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yes, 0.9.1.2

i ripped 'district 9' with this version, and it worked fine...
it's just this stinkin' ratatouille disc that is having the issues

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PostLink    Posted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 2:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

chadd wrote:
yes, 0.9.1.2

i ripped 'district 9' with this version, and it worked fine...
it's just this stinkin' ratatouille disc that is having the issues


I'm going to add a tool that you can run to check your install of eac3to. You can do it yourself manually by going to a command prompt and running eac3to without any parameters. At a command prompt type c:\YOUR EAC3TO FOLDER\eac3to

Eac3to will respond with it's capablilities...Here are the results from my machine, for fun compare it to yours.



Code:
eac3to v3.17, freeware by madshi.net                                           
                                                                                                                                                               
- can show information about audio, video, VOB/EVO/(M2)TS and MKV files       
- can decode and encode various audio formats                                 
- can remove dialog normalization from AC3, E-AC3, DTS and TrueHD tracks       
- can extract AC3 stream from Blu-Ray TrueHD/AC3 tracks                       
- can extract TrueHD stream from Blu-Ray TrueHD/AC3 tracks                     
- can extract DTS core from DTS-HD tracks                                     
- can remove DTS zero padding and repair outdated DTS-ES headers               
- can apply positive or negative audio delays                                 
- can reduce bitdepth of decoded audio data by using TPDF dithering           
- can resample decoded audio data (using SSRC or r8brain)                     
- can apply/reverse PAL speedup on decoded audio data (SSRC/r8brain)           
- can demux video / audio tracks of EVO/VOB/(M2)TS and MKV sources             
- can list available titles of Blu-Ray and HD DVD discs                       
- can extract Blu-Ray and HD DVD chapter information and subtitles             
- can mux MPEG2, VC-1 and h264 video tracks to Matroska                       
- can remove pulldown flags from MPEG2, VC-1 and h264 video tracks             
eac3to sourcefile[+sourcefile2] [trackno:] [destfile|stdout] [-options]
       
Examples:                                                                     
eac3to source.pcm destination.flac                                             
eac3to source.thd destination.flac destination.ac3                             
eac3to source.evo 1: chapters.txt 2: video.mkv 3: audio.flac 5: subtitle.sup   
eac3to feature_1.evo+feature_2.evo movie.mkv                                   
eac3to blurayMovieFolder movie.mkv                                             
                                                                                                                                                             Options:                                                                       
-448               use e.g. "192", "448" or "640" kbps for AC3 encoding       
-768               use "768" or "1536" kbps for DTS encoding                   
-core              extract the DTS core of a DTS-HD track                     
+/-100ms           apply a positive or negative audio delay                   
+/-3dB             apply a positive or negative audio gain (volume change)     
-0,1,2,3,4,5       remap the channels to the specified order                   
-edit=0:00:00,0ms  loops or removes audio data at the specified runtime       
-silence/-loop     forces usage of silence (or looping) for audio edits       
-down6             downmix 7 or 8 channels to 6 channels                       
-down2             downmix multi channel audio to stereo (Dolby Pro Logic II) 
-phaseShift        shift phase (when doing stereo downmixing, see "down2")     
-mixlfe            mix LFE in (when doing stereo downmixing, see "down2")     
-down16            downconvert decoded audio data to 14..23 bit               
-slowdown          convert 25.000 and 24.000 content to 23.976 fps             
-speedup           convert 23.976 and 24.000 content to 25.000 fps             
-23.976/...        define source fps to be "23.976", "24.000", "25.000", ...   
-changeTo24.000    change source fps to "23.976", "24.000", "25.000", ...     
-resampleTo48000   resample audio to "44100", "48000" or "96000" Hz           
-r8brain           use r8brain resampler instead of SSRC                       
-quality=0.50      Nero AAC encoding quality (0.00 = lowest; 1.00 = highest)   
-8                 define PCM file to be "1".."8" channels                     
-16                define PCM file to be "16" or "24" bit                     
-little            define PCM file to be "little" or "big" endian             
-96000             define PCM file to be 44100, 48000, 96000 or 192000 Hz     
-override          forcefully overrides PCM auto detection with manual values 
-sonic/nero/...    force the use of a specific decoder (not recommended)       
-keepDialnorm      disables dialog normalization removal (not recommended)     
-decodeHdcd        decodes HDCD source track (usually 16 -> 20 bit)           
-demux             demuxes 1st video track and all audio and subtitle tracks   
-stripPulldown     strips the pulldown from MPEG2 video tracks                 
-keepPulldown      disable removal of pulldown for MPEG2, h264 and VC-1 tracks
-seekToIFrames     make all h264/AVC "I" frames seekable                       
-check             checks if the source EVO/(M2)TS file is clean.             
-test              checks if the external filters are installed & working     
-lowPriority       moves processing to background/idle priority               
-shutdown          automatically shutdown the PC after processing is done     
                                                                                                                                                               
Supported source formats:                                                     
(1) RAW, (L)PCM                                                               
(2) WAV (PCM, DTS and AC3), W64, RF64                                         
(3) AC3, E-AC3                                                                 
(4) DTS, DTS-ES, DTS-96/24, DTS-HD Hi-Res, DTS-HD Master Audio                 
(5) MP1, MP2, MP3 audio                                                       
(6) AAC audio                                                                 
(7) MLP, TrueHD, TrueHD/AC3                                                   
(8) FLAC                                                                       
(9) EVO/VOB/(M2)TS and MKV                                                     
                                                                                                                                                             
Decoded audio data can be stored as / encoded to:                             
(1) RAW, (L)PCM                                                               
(2) WAV (PCM only), W64, RF64, AGM                                             
(3) WAVs (multiple mono WAV files, PCM only)                                   
(4) AC3                                                                       
(5) DTS                                                                       
(6) AAC                                                                       
(7) FLAC                                                                       
                                                                                                                                                               
For best AC3, E-AC3 and AAC decoding you need:                                 
(1) Nero 7 (Nero 8 won't work!)                                               
(2) Nero HD DVD / Blu-Ray plugin                                               

For best DTS decoding you need:                                               
(1) ArcSoft DTS Decoder - version 1.1.0.0 or newer                             
                                                                                                                                                               
For DTS encoding you need:                                                     
(1) SurCode DVD DTS - version 1.0.21 or newer                                 
                                                                                                                                                               
For AAC encoding you need:                                                     
(1) Nero AAC Encoder                                                           
                                                                                                                                                               
For video muxing you need:                                                     
(1) Haali Matroska Muxer                                                       


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PostLink    Posted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 2:59 am    Post subject: great program Mike Reply with quote

I just got turned on to it. Thank you for the GUI a few problems aside it's working great.

For a long time I have just settled for pdvd7&8, I refused to buy 9. Iím one of those few people that wonít be upgrading in order to bit stream. For a couple of years EAC3TO has been around I could not get the commands down.

Across the Universe was the 1st successful MKV/Flac conversion. A very noticeable difference. I can only guess that this is equal to bit streaming.

The problem Iím having is after anotherea3togui muxes the streams apart and converts to mkv/flac. An error in anotherea3togui stops mkvmerge from completing the operation. I didnít write down it had something title of the final folder being wrong, I will copy the error on the next pass. When I run mkvmerge manually subtitles are not an option so on the first few I skipped them.

Iím looking for a better player tried zoomplay it was very choppy unwatchable. Iím using nero showtime it seems to work. The audio is on par with zoomplay both were much more detailed than pdvd, musically speaking.
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PostLink    Posted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 4:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hope this is what you were looking for, i'm not seeing anything different from what you posted...

Code:

C:\rip\eac3to>eac3to
eac3to v3.17, freeware by madshi.net

- can show information about audio, video, VOB/EVO/(M2)TS and MKV files
- can decode and encode various audio formats
- can remove dialog normalization from AC3, E-AC3, DTS and TrueHD tracks
- can extract AC3 stream from Blu-Ray TrueHD/AC3 tracks
- can extract TrueHD stream from Blu-Ray TrueHD/AC3 tracks
- can extract DTS core from DTS-HD tracks
- can remove DTS zero padding and repair outdated DTS-ES headers
- can apply positive or negative audio delays
- can reduce bitdepth of decoded audio data by using TPDF dithering
- can resample decoded audio data (using SSRC or r8brain)
- can apply/reverse PAL speedup on decoded audio data (SSRC/r8brain)
- can demux video / audio tracks of EVO/VOB/(M2)TS and MKV sources
- can list available titles of Blu-Ray and HD DVD discs
- can extract Blu-Ray and HD DVD chapter information and subtitles
- can mux MPEG2, VC-1 and h264 video tracks to Matroska
- can remove pulldown flags from MPEG2, VC-1 and h264 video tracks

eac3to sourcefile[+sourcefile2] [trackno:] [destfile|stdout] [-options]

Examples:
eac3to source.pcm destination.flac
eac3to source.thd destination.flac destination.ac3
eac3to source.evo 1: chapters.txt 2: video.mkv 3: audio.flac 5: subtitle.sup
eac3to feature_1.evo+feature_2.evo movie.mkv
eac3to blurayMovieFolder movie.mkv

Options:
-448               use e.g. "192", "448" or "640" kbps for AC3 encoding
-768               use "768" or "1536" kbps for DTS encoding
-core              extract the DTS core of a DTS-HD track
+/-100ms           apply a positive or negative audio delay
+/-3dB             apply a positive or negative audio gain (volume change)
-0,1,2,3,4,5       remap the channels to the specified order
-edit=0:00:00,0ms  loops or removes audio data at the specified runtime
-silence/-loop     forces usage of silence (or looping) for audio edits
-down6             downmix 7 or 8 channels to 6 channels
-down2             downmix multi channel audio to stereo (Dolby Pro Logic II)
-phaseShift        shift phase (when doing stereo downmixing, see "down2")
-mixlfe            mix LFE in (when doing stereo downmixing, see "down2")
-down16            downconvert decoded audio data to 14..23 bit
-slowdown          convert 25.000 and 24.000 content to 23.976 fps
-speedup           convert 23.976 and 24.000 content to 25.000 fps
-23.976/...        define source fps to be "23.976", "24.000", "25.000", ...
-changeTo24.000    change source fps to "23.976", "24.000", "25.000", ...
-resampleTo48000   resample audio to "44100", "48000" or "96000" Hz
-r8brain           use r8brain resampler instead of SSRC
-quality=0.50      Nero AAC encoding quality (0.00 = lowest; 1.00 = highest)
-8                 define PCM file to be "1".."8" channels
-16                define PCM file to be "16" or "24" bit
-little            define PCM file to be "little" or "big" endian
-96000             define PCM file to be 44100, 48000, 96000 or 192000 Hz
-override          forcefully overrides PCM auto detection with manual values
-sonic/nero/...    force the use of a specific decoder (not recommended)
-keepDialnorm      disables dialog normalization removal (not recommended)
-decodeHdcd        decodes HDCD source track (usually 16 -> 20 bit)
-demux             demuxes 1st video track and all audio and subtitle tracks
-stripPulldown     strips the pulldown from MPEG2 video tracks
-keepPulldown      disable removal of pulldown for MPEG2, h264 and VC-1 tracks
-seekToIFrames     make all h264/AVC "I" frames seekable
-check             checks if the source EVO/(M2)TS file is clean.
-test              checks if the external filters are installed & working
-lowPriority       moves processing to background/idle priority
-shutdown          automatically shutdown the PC after processing is done

Supported source formats:
(1) RAW, (L)PCM
(2) WAV (PCM, DTS and AC3), W64, RF64
(3) AC3, E-AC3
(4) DTS, DTS-ES, DTS-96/24, DTS-HD Hi-Res, DTS-HD Master Audio
(5) MP1, MP2, MP3 audio
(6) AAC audio
(7) MLP, TrueHD, TrueHD/AC3
(8) FLAC
(9) EVO/VOB/(M2)TS and MKV

Decoded audio data can be stored as / encoded to:
(1) RAW, (L)PCM
(2) WAV (PCM only), W64, RF64, AGM
(3) WAVs (multiple mono WAV files, PCM only)
(4) AC3
(5) DTS
(6) AAC
(7) FLAC

For best AC3, E-AC3 and AAC decoding you need:
(1) Nero 7 (Nero 8 won't work!)
(2) Nero HD DVD / Blu-Ray plugin

For best DTS decoding you need:
(1) ArcSoft DTS Decoder - version 1.1.0.0 or newer

For DTS encoding you need:
(1) SurCode DVD DTS - version 1.0.21 or newer

For AAC encoding you need:
(1) Nero AAC Encoder

For video muxing you need:
(1) Haali Matroska Muxer

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PostLink    Posted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 2:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

chadd wrote:
hope this is what you were looking for, i'm not seeing anything different from what you posted...



Yeah...It sure looks the same to me too...What version of Haali are you using...I'm using the 3/29/2008 release.


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PostLink    Posted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 5:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

MikeEby wrote:

What version of Haali are you using...I'm using the 3/29/2008 release.


Mike


i'm not quite sure, any idea on where to check for sure?
according to the haali site they released a version on 11/01/2009, so i'd assume it's that one since i started using your app after that.

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PostLink    Posted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

chadd wrote:
MikeEby wrote:

What version of Haali are you using...I'm using the 3/29/2008 release.


Mike


i'm not quite sure, any idea on where to check for sure?
according to the haali site they released a version on 11/01/2009, so i'd assume it's that one since i started using your app after that.


Start>All Programs>Haali Media Splitter>Media Splitter Settings

If you installed any codex packs the config might be inside there.

Mine shows 1.9.42.1

If it's different uninstall the version you have then download, unzip and install this version:
http://www.acdnow.com/AnotherEAC3toGUI/MatroskaSplitter.zip

Also I'm working on some tools to help debug issues like you are having...So if this doesn't fix it, hang in there.


Thanks!
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PostLink    Posted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 8:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

well, it looks like everything is working fine now.
just made a successful mkv of ratatouille.

what i ended up doing:

- uninstalled shark007 win7 and x64 codecs.
- uninstalled haali
- installed the newest shark007 win7 and x64 codecs and configured them
- noticed that shark was using the v1.9.63.13 of haali, so i installed the version that you posted
- that seemed to change what version the win7 codecs used, but it still lists the newer version in the x64 codec config, and the 1.9.42.1 in the x32 config... i'm no codec expert, so i'm not sure exactly how that is working, best guess is i currently have 2 versions of haali installed, one x32 and one x64
- reran another attempt at ripping ratatouille with your app and success!

let me know if you want any other info on what i did or have installed to help with the debugging/dev process, but i think that's all i did.
thanks much!

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