Still can't edit recorded HD ts streams

MattB

New member
I've tried your software several times over the years and discounted it because it doesn't cleanly edit recorded video properly. As I got a new latop recently, I thought I'd install the trial again (now on v6) to see if it's better but no, I still can't edit video without corrupting it.

To explain, I am taking a simple .ts recording from a UK tv HD channel, editing out the adverts and saving as NEVC (although it breaks whether I re-encode or not). Just before the edit point, the video speeds up for half a second and then the audio dies thereafter. Same thing I've seen multiple times before. I even tried re-encoding it first to 265 and then editing but this doesn't help either. If I edit it and then re-encode with ffmpeg, it finds errors in the stream, suggesting your tool isn't outputting a correctly formed file.

Just to note, if I use TMPGEnc or Avidemux, it works perfectly. And yes these are good tools but yours retains subtitles which is why I would buy it if you could ever fix these bugs.
 

Dan203

Senior Developer
Staff member
I've tried your software several times over the years and discounted it because it doesn't cleanly edit recorded video properly. As I got a new latop recently, I thought I'd install the trial again (now on v6) to see if it's better but no, I still can't edit video without corrupting it.

To explain, I am taking a simple .ts recording from a UK tv HD channel, editing out the adverts and saving as NEVC (although it breaks whether I re-encode or not). Just before the edit point, the video speeds up for half a second and then the audio dies thereafter. Same thing I've seen multiple times before. I even tried re-encoding it first to 265 and then editing but this doesn't help either. If I edit it and then re-encode with ffmpeg, it finds errors in the stream, suggesting your tool isn't outputting a correctly formed file.

Just to note, if I use TMPGEnc or Avidemux, it works perfectly. And yes these are good tools but yours retains subtitles which is why I would buy it if you could ever fix these bugs.
Can you send us a sample file that we can use to reproduce this issue? We don't have any known issues that should cause this.

 

miloking

New member
Hi, I am going absolutely crazy trying to work out this issue
! I have been using a DVB recorder in the UK for over half a year. I have only been recording the SD channels which have been saved in the file format .TSV. To remove adverts and cut the video files (without re-encoding) I have been using the programme called DVBcut. This programme accepts the .TSV format even though from what I've hear, most TV recordings are saved as .TS files. However I recently recorded an HD programme, as usual it saved as a .TSV file and it ran in VLC, but since DVBcut does not work with HD video I have been finding it difficult to find a programme to cut or split the files. My main aim is to split the file without re-encoding.

This some information on VLC which could be useful:

Stream 0
Codec: H264 - MPEG-4 AVC (part 10) (h264)
Video redolution: 1920x1080
Fran rate:25
Stream 1
Codec: LATM
Channels: 3F2R/LFE
Stream 2
Codec: LATM
(No information on the channels)
Stream 3
Codec: DVB Subtitles (dvbs)

I tried using Avidemux to remux the file, but this removed the second audio stream and the subtitles (it also took a long time). I have also tried multiple other softwares (including some Windows programs), but due to the file being in the .TSV format, I cannot get any of the programmes to properly recognise it.

Please, if anyone can help me it would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you
 

Dan203

Senior Developer
Staff member
Have you tried opening the TVS file in VideoReDo? Just use All Files in the open dialog or drag & drop it. I'm betting It's just a TS file with a different extension.
 
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