H.264 (MPEG-4) editing

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Zeus

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The second is a HD (High Definition) file from the same recorder which VideoReDo cannot handle.
http://www.thecaretakers.net/BBCHD.zip (45mb)

I really really really need these HD files to play on my PC. So please, if anyone at VideoReDo can add this feature, you'll put me out of my misery!

Meanwhile, if anybody can find a way of even just playing these HD files on a PC (on Vista Ultimate) please tell me how to do it. I have messed up my PC on numerous occasions trying.
I've managed to get your BBC HD file to play on Vista with no problems.

After unzipping it there is a BBC HD @1036c9d8.trp file.

Find the programme tsremux and run the trp file through it and save it as a .ts file.

Result perfection!!!


You can get tsremux from here

http://www.videohelp.com/tools/TsRemux
 

phd

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We is VideoReDo.

phd,
can you elaborate on who "We" is? i don't have time to visit the forum too much (which explains my forum name) but before i provide any files i'd just like to know who or what product they are being used to develop.
regards,
rtk
 

hajj_3

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hope you can add support for the ITVHD that rotorex posted, think its a h264 stream but in a h224 container or something so that only freesat sattelite boxes can receive it, would be good if videoredo could read these directly without having to use tsremux first.

Hope to see a beta version of videoredo with mpeg4 support soon, the world has been waiting for this:)
 

bits

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hope you can add support for the ITVHD that rotorex posted, think its a h264 stream but in a h224 container or something so that only freesat sattelite boxes can receive it, would be good if videoredo could read these directly without having to use tsremux first.

Hope to see a beta version of videoredo with mpeg4 support soon, the world has been waiting for this:)
I think 'the world has been waiting for this:)' is a bit over stated!
 

phd

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Thank you for your contributions.

We have sufficient samples for now.

We would be interested in obtaining some clips of H.264 transport streams from around the world. (Not REC files.)

Please PM me if you would be interested in supplying samples.

Samples should be no more 30-60 seconds and 100MB.

I would appreciate the following information:
What country do you live in?
How do you capture?
What capture device do you use?

Please PM me regarding samples you could provide.
Do not post links to download from other sites.
If we need the samples I will inform you via response in a PM and they can be uploaded to our FTP.
Please do not upload to file sharing URL. We have an FTP for samples.
 

Allstarnz

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did you manage to get any samples from New Zealand DVB-T Freeview|HD?

We use MPEG4 TS files (in 720p, 1080i, and 576i/p), with AAC-LATM and (sometimes) AC3 audio.

I'm not too worried about the audio, more something reliable to edit the video.

Please let me know if you need a sample.
 

lrhorer

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I am very interested in possibly using VRD to recode MPEG-II streams to H.264 streams to save space. Of course, quality is top priority. I don't want to recode if there is any significantly noticeable loss in quality. Assuming, however, one can save perhaps 30% to 50% on space and file transfer times, I would very much like to try recoding MPEG-II .ts streams to h.264 for storage on my video server. These will almost exclusively be used to transfer to my TiVos for playback, so the resultant output must be compatible with the Series III class TiVo's h.264 decoders. I would happily be a beta tester for this purpose, and at the very least I would want to know as soon as the utility becomes available.

All of which leads me to my next question. I know it's been asked before, but it's been a little while, and I know it is on everybody's mind:

Is there a projected release date yet?
 

phd

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We have NZ samples. Thanks.

did you manage to get any samples from New Zealand DVB-T Freeview|HD?

We use MPEG4 TS files (in 720p, 1080i, and 576i/p), with AAC-LATM and (sometimes) AC3 audio.

I'm not too worried about the audio, more something reliable to edit the video.

Please let me know if you need a sample.
 

Allstarnz

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We have NZ samples. Thanks.
Great, I can't wait. Currently I am very frustrated, as only h264 cutter will work, and it breaks the moment it encounters a recording error. I just want to use it to cut out ads more than anything.
 

palomino3000

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Hi everyone!
I have two sat receiver, Vantage 7100HD and Ctech5000HD.
My recordinds is in HD-h264 format.
I have 50 recordinds to edit! Please support this H264 HD soon!!!!
I pay you what you want for this!! :)
 

mxtx

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dish net h.264 streams

Do the developers need any dish network h.264 streams? If needed I could provide streams as large as you would need from both 1080i channels and 720p h.264 dish net.
 

thecaretaker

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I emailed a couple of samples from a Technomate TM6900 HD Combo. VideoReDo handles SD content from an external hard drive, I'd really appreciate it if it was able to handle HD content too.

I hope you can make my dream come true :)
 

thecaretaker

New member
I've managed to get your BBC HD file to play on Vista with no problems.

After unzipping it there is a BBC HD @1036c9d8.trp file.

Find the programme tsremux and run the trp file through it and save it as a .ts file.

Result perfection!!!


You can get tsremux from here

http://www.videohelp.com/tools/TsRemux
You are a superstar. Thank you so much. I'm getting some small like interlace issue on moving pictures, but this is the closest I've ever been to watching these files on my PC. Well done.
 

SamuriHL

Member
Looking forward to h264 support as I just picked up an HD PVR. Absolutely incredible piece of hardware but would obviously love to be able to use VRD to cut commercials. I typically use ShowAnalyzer to create a VRD project while it's recording and then open the project in VRD to verify the cut points and write out the edited file. This isn't a "when is it coming" post, just a "I'm glad you guys are working on it" post. :) ShowAnalyzer will have a version out soon that does h264. That's one piece of the puzzle. I truly can't wait for the day when VRD supports it, as well. That will be a good day. :) Keep up the hard work!!
 
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