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Hd Content Authoring





I was wondering if there is any way to get AV passthrough from, say, a QT MOV or MP4 file? It appears only M2V or AVCHD M2TS files can be authored without re-encoding. H264 material (provided certain high profile features are not used!) should be easily re-muxed to a BDMV. Is this possible?


Also, if I take a movie encoded with AVC/DD5.1 in a .ts container, is there any way to simply re-mux that to a BDMV? I have a transport stream containing 1080p AVC (around 30 mbps) and DD5.1 (640 kbps), but Toast seems unwilling to abide by the RE-ENCODE:NEVER option. I know .ts is an MPEG2 TS and not AVCHD but certainly it's not such a stretch -- especially when the video is properly encoded to begin with.


Provided that no such things are possible, is there a Mac tool to re-mux AV to a .m2ts container? (presumably such a file would open and passthrough just fine in Toast.)


Thank you.

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