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Again I have tried to create a disk using elementary streams (as this seems to be the only way to avoid the Max temp file issue). The problem is I get an excellent video disk but know audio. There is only an m2ts stream on the disk which does not contain an audio track. My audio file was AC3, which I demultiplexed from the mpeg 2 file that had the E.O.F. problem.

 

I seem to have tried everything now, and cannot create a disk that contains a long movie (about 100mins).

 

Help.

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are you sure the audio is not in there? I think I have heard of some players not playing AC3 audio, but not of the .ts streams not having the audio in them. what player? did you try setting the audio to WAV? (might have to force a transcode so the AC3 doesn't just pass through)

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are you sure the audio is not in there? I think I have heard of some players not playing AC3 audio, but not of the .ts streams not having the audio in them. what player? did you try setting the audio to WAV? (might have to force a transcode so the AC3 doesn't just pass through)

The panasonic blu-ray player doesn't find the audio, and I have played the mpeg file from the stream directory on the disk using media player classic with the same result.

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can you please try WAV audio. I am not convinced that Windows Media Player is giving you proper results and I have heard of situations where the panasonic won't work with AC3.

I will try this. I have been trying not to trancode the audio from my source file. Everything else I have tried has failed. I have had no audio, max temp file size and the dreaded E.O.F. errors. The only success I have had is with very short clips with AC3 audio which played fine on the Panasonic. Also short captures from my HD camcorder have been a success.

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Again I have tried to create a disk using elementary streams (as this seems to be the only way to avoid the Max temp file issue). The problem is I get an excellent video disk but know audio. There is only an m2ts stream on the disk which does not contain an audio track. My audio file was AC3, which I demultiplexed from the mpeg 2 file that had the E.O.F. problem.

 

I seem to have tried everything now, and cannot create a disk that contains a long movie (about 100mins).

 

Help.

 

Have you tried to converting the AC3 to stereo? Maybe the transcoder is choking on the AC3? :)

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