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Old 2013-04-15, 09:20 AM
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Question posting aud HD video as mkv?

Is it allowed? The rules say that aud HD videos must be posted as fully authored Blu-Ray. But I've seen some aud .mkv uploads in HD-video section as well. I have no time or need to create Blu-Rays of my videos. I keep them on HDD as mkv files.
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Old 2013-04-15, 09:42 AM
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Re: posting aud HD video as mkv?

i believe that mkv files are only allowed for HD TV captures...per the FAQ:

http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/...em#faq_hdrules

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2. Permitted file formats.

High Definition Transport Stream (.ts) and Matroska container (.mkv) is preferred format for straight digital captures of HD TV broadcasts.
-- The file needs to be checked before uploading against discontinuity errors. If possible, please attach a log file from your capturing program or dedicated software. If possible, please attach a log file from your capturing program or dedicated software.
--Unnecessary data, like doubled the same audio stream should be stripped to keep the file as small as possible. Commercials, and non music related contents must be cut out.
--Please note that the Transport Stream format is not permitted for standard definition video (DVD), and high definition audience video.
--The seeding policy concerning High Definition Transport Stream is subject to change when a quality consumer software for Blu-ray format authoring is available.

Blu-ray (BR) must be fully authored with menu(s) and chapter marks, and ready to burn Blu-ray video.
--It must have a properly named Blu-ray files and folders structure – see: http://www.videohelp.com/hd
--Not permitted is rough not authored .m2ts file due it larger size than the transport stream (.ts) format.
--Please check if your authoring software does not re-encode the stream, which is currently a case for Nero Vision, Ulead MovieFactory [perhaps others too, need to be checked]


High definition audience video has to be in form of authored and ready to burn Blu-ray (BR) video only.

however it may be allowed since yer the taper, i'll let the Video Mods know and hopefully one of them will respond later today or tomorrow
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Old 2013-04-17, 10:54 AM
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Re: posting aud HD video as mkv?

So... Can I post the video?

Maybe I better contact a moderator myself? And who should it be?
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Old 2013-04-17, 06:20 PM
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Re: posting aud HD video as mkv?

If you can't post 'em here you can share 'em at dimeadozen.org since their rules aren't as strict as they are here.
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Old 2013-04-17, 11:30 PM
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Re: posting aud HD video as mkv?

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So... Can I post the video?

Maybe I better contact a moderator myself? And who should it be?
All moderators are listed here - http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showgroups.php?
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Old 2013-04-18, 04:16 AM
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Re: posting aud HD video as mkv?

Problem solved. I'm gonna seed it. Thanks everybody for their help.

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If you can't post 'em here you can share 'em at dimeadozen.org since their rules aren't as strict as they are here.
If I could I would, but the artist is prohibited at Dime.

Anyway, TTD is a lot nicer than Dime (), I decided to seed here for a change.
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Old 2013-04-19, 10:50 AM
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Re: posting aud HD video as mkv?

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Problem solved. I'm gonna seed it. Thanks everybody for their help.
Did you just convert the .mts files to .mkv and seed them that way?

I have some .mts files that I´m not sure what to do with, have no need or time to get them converted and authored in Blu-Ray....

Does anyone know the easiest way to burn .mts as standard DVD?
I did a few with the program I got with the camera, Sony Play Memories Home, but they are somehow copy-protected, very weird?
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Old 2013-04-19, 11:19 AM
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Re: posting aud HD video as mkv?

Yes. m2ts -> MKVMerge -> mkv. Very fast and no reencoding. Plays fine on my media-player. And MKVMerge can also cut/join files without reencoding. Very handy sometimes.
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