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  1. #581
    Fantastic updates thanks a lot makes me wish i had a bc ps3

  2. #582
    Quote Originally Posted by deanrr View Post
    You don't have to create ANYTHING. Use an authoring program like multiAVCHD or tsMuxeR to crerate AVCHD folder from your m2ts file + srt subtitles.
    OK Thanks.

    But when i convert with tsMuxer and copy to ex HDD. Name of movie is red and cannot play, when i try play from XMB. I use hermes v4b Red is not good, any help!!?

  3. #583
    top work, thanks again, nice one.

  4. #584
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    RED = Blu-ray disc structure
    YELLOW = AVCHD structure

    YOU HAVE TO TRANSFER IT TO INTERNAL HDD, then simply click [X] and you'll be prompted if you want to convert it to AVCHD - select [YES] and then mount the folder and you're good to go!

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    Here are all multiMAN screenshots for all cover modes and file manager mode.















    Dean
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  6. #586
    Quote Originally Posted by deanrr View Post
    RED = Blu-ray disc structure
    YELLOW = AVCHD structure

    YOU HAVE TO TRANSFER IT TO INTERNAL HDD, then simply click [X] and you'll be prompted if you want to convert it to AVCHD - select [YES] and then mount the folder and you're good to go!
    Thanks man, everything works fine...

    Only one problem again, movies are 3,99GB and when i add subs. Size is 4 GB and i don't have posibility to copy to my ex. fat32 HDD.

    Too Big. Only with FTP!!! ..lol...

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    Use the option in tsMuxeR to SPLIT files at specified size (4000MB for example) or just use multiAVCHD.

    Dean

  8. #588
    Just use multiAVCHD

  9. #589
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    I dream with a Mac version of multiAVCHD.

  10. #590
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    Sadly I can't port multiAVCHD to MacOS. I'm using a free compiler/interpreter called CalcIt and it runs under Win32 only.

    You can always use CrossOver or Wine - multiAVCHD works just fine with these emulators.

 



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