[RESOLVED] Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by gonca » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:10 am

Don't think this is a strong case but MKV delay reporting has worked perfectly fine so far
Either way. I support your decision

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by admin » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:16 am

Possibly, but of what use is it?

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by gonca » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:25 am

Until now I extract the mpls as a MKV then trim and index, and demux
Possible future, index and demux and at end remux to MKV and use DGIndexNV to give me the start/end points for trimming
Not a strong argument

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by admin » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:29 am

OK, I see.

With the recent addition of PGS demuxing, I am trying to eliminate the need for going through MakeMKV, but I acknowledge that many people use it, especially as it is (currently) a free solution for ripping.

I'll think through all the ramifications before deciding. Thanks for your valuable input, and for reporting this issue. :salute:

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by gonca » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:32 am

Actually I use MKVToolNix

Take your time to think about it, see if other users have any input, and then its your decision, it is your software that you maintain and improve at no additional costs to the users.
Again, I support whatever your decision will be

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by admin » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:34 am

gonca wrote:
Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:25 am
Possible future, index and demux and at end remux to MKV and use DGIndexNV to give me the start/end points for trimming
Aha, but that does not use the DELAY value, does it? It uses the RANGE in the DGI. Am I mistaken?

You use mkvtoolnix to rip? Or you rip with DVDFab or something and then go for an MKV? That's what I am trying to avoid having to do.

Just want to be clear on what we might be giving up.

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by gonca » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:41 am

I use MKVToolNix to remux the main movie mpls to a MKV at present

Yes, it uses the RANGE in the dgi since the whole file is trimmed, delays not necessary
If Range is out of the picture, I believe that your software is reporting accurately.
If you wish I will test later on today

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by admin » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:55 am

Yes, if you could try my process just to confirm it, that would be great. That said, your way is fine, too, but I think you already said it works fine, and does not require any DELAY reporting.

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by admin » Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:18 pm

I tried your way and that works, too, but it requires that the file starts with 0 delay. I'll document both ways.

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Re: Bad delay values for audio demuxed from bluray with a range set

Post by gonca » Sun Jun 17, 2018 3:18 pm

The VLC approach works well, in fact I have used it in the past for special cases

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