Discussion in 'CloneBD' started by Clarity3, Feb 5, 2018.
Pete, the download file name is 1190. Not sure if this is a naming error or the wrong file.
Whoops, that's bad - I'll have to check why that is.
It's probably not 1191, then.
OK, now it should be fixed, sorry.
@Pete i got the clonebd its 1191
Does this include the 50i fix?
I really hope so.
Ok I’ll test it next weekend
1191 is still losing HDR Metadata
If you are converting to mkv try re muxing with MKVToolNix.
The HDR metadata is there, but sorta hidden
The meta data is there - it's just not added to the descriptive fields in the MKV file (players don't use those, they rely on the Metadata in the actual streams).
So it's more of a cosmetic thing.
When I rip a UHD to file with AnyDVD and play it as a AVCHD on my Oppo 203 it plays as and the Oppo reports that it is HDR. If I process that rip with CloneBD (either as a complete or partial) to a folder structure the Oppo no longer sees it as HDR. The only difference I see with MediaInfo is that the CloneBD file video information is missing the line "format_identifier: HDMV"
Pete, sadly the 50i problem is NOT fixed in 188.8.131.52
I will look into this 50i issue.
Thanks, just for the record, the same effect happens on some 60i (or do i mean 59.94i) US TV sourced material e.g some extras on Firefly.
I have Firefly here - most likely not the same version as yours, but the extras are likely the same.
Can you tell me exactly what to do, what to look for and which settings to use?
I think my disks are the US release of Firefly
Take Disk 1
Select Bonus #4
(Should have a duration of 28 mins 39 secs)
Convert to mkv wIth no transcoding
Just in the windows 10 preview pane, you will see the duration doubled to 57’11’’
Play with vlc and you see the video goes v-e-r-y slowly
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