Trouble with m2ts files after using AnyDVD HD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by chelo77, May 22, 2008.

  1. chelo77

    chelo77 New Member

    Hi I''m pretty much a newbie here but I cannot solve this problem as I have tried. I extracted or ripped the files of a BD, the movie rataouille successfully using anydvd HD. I placed the files on my Hard Drive and then transferred them to my new Tvix 6500. I copied the folder and i click on an m2ts file and it does play but with no sound????

    Does an m2ts file carry video by itself or does it carry audio as well??

    The main folder has many folders within but the stream folder carries all the m2ts files, is there a way to put the sound together?

    I don't want to decode to a lower standard, want to keep it at its highest standard.

    Is there a solution to my problem, if so what is it?
     
  2. hxall

    hxall Active Member

    The .m2ts is a container which carries both video and many audio streams. The largest files in the stream folder are typically the main movie file (with both audio and video).

    If you don't get audio it's because of the inability of your audio/video equipment to decode the main audio stream, try selecting other audio streams with your TVix, otherwise you will need to remux the m2ts file with tsMuxer and potentially convert the audio file using eac3to (your default audio stream may be a hidef stream which your A/V receiver may not be able to decode, you may have to convert to a different audio stream). Go to doom9.org to download these programs. Good luck.
     
  3. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    If you need to remux the m2ts, see my signature for movie only bd and instead of outputting to a new folder structure, output to a new m2ts. Depending on the type of audio stream you have, tsmuxer might be able to extract the core audio from it, as well, saving you the need to convert it with eac3to. The other benefit of this method is for seamless branching titles that are contained within several m2ts files, not just one. You can remaster a single file with this method.