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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Cutting window freezing
« am: August 13, 2019, 23:30:27 »
Nope... I was wrong. It still gets strange in the gaps - freezing and saving a shorter file than selected  >:(

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Cutting window freezing
« am: August 12, 2019, 23:20:39 »
I think I've found the cause of this problem. It was always occurring near the gap between programs in the editor. I have never used the Auto-Cut feature so Auto-Cut was not selected. To investigate, I turned it on which revealed several more tabs. I entered each one and deselected everything I could. I think some of the settings were still active, probably the ones relating to the EPG, even though Auto-Cut was not being used. I Turned Auto-Cut back off and the problem seems to be gone  8)

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Cutting window freezing
« am: August 09, 2019, 21:56:35 »
Just an update on this problem... When it occurs I add a couple of +10 sec jumps to make sure I'm getting the end, but they may not make it into the saved file and it may take a few retries to get the whole program. I have to jump ahead far enough to see the video is playing.

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Subtitles not being extracted and saved
« am: August 05, 2019, 22:17:19 »
I've sorted it. I don't understand it, but I'm getting files. Mysterious.

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Subtitles not being extracted and saved
« am: August 05, 2019, 21:13:54 »
They keep pace with the spoken words.
Everything I play them on can display them.
MKVtoolnix can mux them.
TSD shows the stream as present and it's language.
I'll fiddle with some settings.

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Subtitles not being extracted and saved
« am: August 05, 2019, 10:34:39 »
I 100% know the subs are actually there because I successfully mux them into the edited files with MKVtoolnix.

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Subtitles not being extracted and saved
« am: August 05, 2019, 05:33:50 »
Subtitles are the most mysterious things! According to MKVtoolnix, the .TS files I get from TSD have an SRT subtitle stream. I know they are actually there because I successfully mux them into finished files with MKVtoolnix.

In TSD I have "Extract DVB subtitles (srt format)" selected and in "SRT formatting" I have a bunch of default stuff selected, but I do not get any .srt files from TSD. Does anybody know what I am doing wrong?

What I'm wanting to do is be able to delete the huge .TS files that I'm really only keeping for the SRT streams and it would be great if TSD would save them for me which it seems to offer as an option.

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Cutting window freezing
« am: Juli 29, 2019, 22:24:51 »
Have a good time  :)

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Cutting window freezing
« am: Juli 27, 2019, 21:24:27 »
You will recall I was having cutting area issues with files from a certain broadcaster, and that TSD was generating huge logs. I don't have that particular problem now, but it is largely recordings from that broadcaster that are freezing during cutting. The recording that helped you find the "no cutting area" (huge log) problem may assist you with this. If not, I can send you a problematic one.

There is still something unusual about those recordings that causes problems in VRD v6, even though the files have been cleaned in TSD. In VRD v5 they won't open at all and just crash it. I've also tried opening them in Vegas v15 which does claim to support them, but they crash Vegas unless muxed to mkv. They are still uneditable in Vegas though. The audio is OK, but the video is just the station logo on a black background. I didn't know the logo has it's own stream, but it must because it fades in at the start, out at the end and any animation is viewable. MKVtoolnix doesn't seem to list a separate stream for the logo, but I'm not an expert with it yet.

The cleaned TS files do open in Ashampoo Movie Pro 3, but it struggles and is very slow even on a fast PC with heaps of RAM. Ultimately it just crashes when I try to export the edited result  ::)  I've also tried Open Shot, which does open them, but it has similar problems to Ashampoo Movie Pro 3.  DVB Inspector can load them, but it's like hacking through a jungle  ;D

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Cutting window freezing
« am: Juli 26, 2019, 23:31:02 »
I have tried all the renderers as well as Automatic, but they made no difference to the problem. I locked in Haali because in Automatic I could see the Haali icon in my notification area.

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Cutting window freezing
« am: Juli 25, 2019, 23:42:24 »
The cutting window is intermittently freezing when I'm looking for an 'out' frame. This problem is becoming more frequent.

All controls work until I set an 'in' point. I can move the playback cursor manually whilst playing or paused and the picture changes as expected. If I then select a time shift button (+10s / +1m / +1s, -1m / -10s / etc.) the picture may continue to update or just freeze. Pressing the + or - IF button appears to unfreeze it, but if I press pause the picture jumps to some other time and freezes again.

If I press the Play button, the timer runs but the picture stays frozen. If I press the +1F button the timer runs but the picture stays frozen and it never finds another I-frame. HUGE problem!

TSD has done this before, but it always recovered if I jumped back and forth a few seconds. I'm using v2.2.21 to cut off-air h.264 TS files.


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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Viewing problem areas in new saved files
« am: Mai 15, 2019, 21:43:01 »
In this particular example The Doctor reported a bunch of warnings and errors in the saved file. They are shown in a graph and listed in the log with exclamation marks! I have a reasonable understanding of what makes up a transport stream, but many people that use TSD may not. There is a facility in TSD to play the affected areas, but it only appears if it decides the errors are serious enough.

My point is: Why not make it possible to check all problem areas in the built-in player whether they are serious or not?

I'm not concerned about this specific recording, it was just used as an example. I would like to be able to view problem areas in new saved files because TSD sometimes reports errors yet does not provide a way to play them.

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Viewing problem areas in new saved files
« am: Mai 15, 2019, 10:41:12 »
I've checked the recording and no errors are reported or repairs offered. There is however, a 'pulse' in the PCR Check box. So I did a Check Only scan and here is the relevant part of the log...

Cut  in at PCR: 00:00:00.000 (22:31:18.783)
Cut out at PCR: 08:09:57.593 (04:10:32.658)

File changed to 000.ts  / Read index: 00000000  / Write index: 00000000 at 00:00:00.000

Starting at packet 00000000 PTS: 00:00:01.883 (22:31:18.783)
No cutting at the end needed

File changed to 001.ts  / Read index: 015C9F00  / Write index: 00000000 at 01:42:09.555
Changing file read to file: "001.ts"
TS  WARNING: For PID 0203 02:22:50.444 TS packet 01D06BE2: Packet discontinuity  last=14 , current=4
TS  WARNING: For PID 0203 02:27:09.333 TS packet 01DCF99E: Packet discontinuity  last=13 , current=13
TS  WARNING: For PID 028D 02:27:09.333 TS packet 01DCF99F: Packet discontinuity  last=4 , current=9
PES ERROR  : For PID 028D 02:27:09.385 PES packet 00059D13 is invalid (SizeMismatch), starting with TS packet 01DCF996 Size: 362 should be 730
TS  WARNING: For PID 0243 02:27:09.333 TS packet 01DCF9BC: Packet discontinuity  last=15 , current=11
TS  WARNING: For PID 0203 02:27:15.000 TS packet 01DD3D65: Packet discontinuity  last=13 , current=7
TS  WARNING: For PID 028D 02:27:15.000 TS packet 01DD3D74: Packet discontinuity  last=2 , current=14
PES ERROR  : For PID 028D 02:27:15.049 PES packet 00059DF7 is invalid (SizeMismatch), starting with TS packet 01DD3D5D Size: 730 should be 914
TS  WARNING: For PID 0203 02:33:26.259 TS packet 01F13850: Packet discontinuity  last=5 , current=8
TS  WARNING: For PID 0243 02:33:26.259 TS packet 01F13853: Packet discontinuity  last=14 , current=10
TS  WARNING: For PID 028D 02:33:26.259 TS packet 01F13857: Packet discontinuity  last=2 , current=9
PES ERROR  : For PID 028D 02:33:26.329 PES packet 0005DA5B is invalid (SizeMismatch), starting with TS packet 01F13846 Size: 178 should be 730
TS  WARNING: For PID 0203 03:34:35.481 TS packet 02B48D4B: Packet discontinuity  last=11 , current=0

File changed to 002.ts  / Read index: 02B93D00  / Write index: 00000000 at 03:36:07.074
Changing file read to file: "002.ts"
PTS wrap > (33 bit) at packet 030EC50F on PID 0203 detected!
PTS wrap < (33 bit) at packet 030EC5E5 on PID 0203 detected!
PTS wrap > (33 bit) at packet 030EC62B on PID 0203 detected!
PTS wrap > (33 bit) at packet 030EE801 on PID 028D detected!
PCR wrap between packet 030EE7E5 and packet 030EE887 on PID 0906 detected, PCR: 03:59:26.815

File changed to 003.ts  / Read index: 0415D900  / Write index: 00000000 at -21:10:46.125
Changing file read to file: "003.ts"

File changed to 004.ts  / Read index: 05727400  / Write index: 00000000 at -19:31:02.051
Changing file read to file: "004.ts"
Ending at packet 0661B9FF PTS: 08:09:55.741 (04:10:30.807)

Again, no error preview window  ::)

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Viewing problem areas in new saved files
« am: Mai 14, 2019, 04:25:04 »
I agree that there are tricks being played. I only ignore the PCR message if I'm not expecting that anything worthwhile was recorded. I'll check back.

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TS-Doctor 2.x / Re: Viewing problem areas in new saved files
« am: Mai 13, 2019, 08:26:26 »
Hmmmm... the plot thickens  ::)

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