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moviolatake 24th June 2010 05:14 PM

How do I run a .ts file?
 
I have a problem to run a .ts file.

First of all, the file doesn't show on the "open file" window if type is "MediaFiles", but if I set "All files" I can see and open it.

The first time I did it, I had no audio at any audio stream (the movie has 3 audio streams in different languages).

Then, I read some posts on this forum and I installed AAC codec. So, now I have audio in the 3 streams.

But the problem is with video: the first one or two minutes of playback everything seems to be OK. But then, it starts to jump frames or to stop for milliseconds, while the audio stream runs perfectly fluid.

My BS player is running on windows 7 with intel i3 processor (3.07 Ghz) and 4GB RAM.

I open the file with Windows Media Player and it runs OK, but I don't know how to switch the audio streams and it plays in Spanish (stream #1), while I want to listen to original English (#2).

I copy the file info as provided by the person who posted the movie (I'm afraid some things are in Spanish, but I guess you will understand):

Nombre completo : Mary Poppins HDTV1080p.ts
Formato : MPEG-TS
Tamaño del archivo : 9,89GIB
Duración : 2h 13min.
Tasa de bits total : 10,6Mbps
Tasa de bits máxima : 35,5Mbps

Video
ID : 4113 (0x1011)
ID Menú : 1 (0x1)
Formato : AVC
Formato/Info : Advanced Video Codec
Formato del perfil : Main@L4.0
Ajustes del formato, CABAC : Si
Ajustes del formato, RefFrames : 4marcos
Duración : 2h 13min.
Tasa de bits : 8 575Kbps
Ancho : 1 920pixeles
Alto : 1 080pixeles
Relación de aspecto : 16/9
Velocidad de cuadro : 25,000fps
Resolución : 24bits
Espacio de color : 4:2:0
Tipo de exploración : Entrelazado
Orden de la exploración : Campo superior primero
Bits/(Pixel*cuadro) : 0.165
Tamaño de pista : 8,00GIB (81%)

Audio #1
ID : 4352 (0x1100)
ID Menú : 1 (0x1)
Formato : AC-3
Formato/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duración : 2h 13min.
Tipo de tasa de bits : Constante
Tasa de bits : 448Kbps
Canal(es) : 6canales
Posiciones del canal : Front: L C R, Surround: L R, LFE
Velocidad de muestreo : 48,0KHz
Demora del video : 24ms
Tamaño de pista : 428MB (4%)
Idioma : Español

Audio #2
ID : 4353 (0x1101)
ID Menú : 1 (0x1)
Formato : AC-3
Formato/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duración : 2h 13min.
Tipo de tasa de bits : Constante
Tasa de bits : 448Kbps
Canal(es) : 6canales
Posiciones del canal : Front: L C R, Surround: L R, LFE
Velocidad de muestreo : 48,0KHz
Demora del video : 24ms
Tamaño de pista : 428MB (4%)
Idioma : Inglés

Audio #3
ID : 4354 (0x1102)
ID Menú : 1 (0x1)
Formato : AC-3
Formato/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duración : 2h 13min.
Tipo de tasa de bits : Constante
Tasa de bits : 384Kbps
Canal(es) : 6canales
Posiciones del canal : Front: L C R, Surround: L R, LFE
Velocidad de muestreo : 48,0KHz
Demora del video : 24ms
Tamaño de pista : 367MB (4%)
Idioma : Español


Thank you very much in advance,

mt

BSPeter 24th June 2010 11:40 PM

(1)
.ts probably isn't defined as associated to BS.Player?
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > General > File types
Verify if it is in the list of "Associated extensions".
If not, there is a white box just above [Add extension]-button.
Type 'ts' in it and then add it as extension.
(2)
Number of version and build of BS.Player (or maybe BS.Player Pro)?
(3)
With that videofile loaded: what is shown under
(rightclick >) Options > Filters > Advanced?
(NB: Clicking in the [+]-signs reveals futher info and access to the filters/codecs shown)
:wink:

moviolatake 25th June 2010 02:08 AM

Thanks for helping me.

1) done.

2) version 2.53 build 1034, 21 apr. 2010

3) Default DirectSound Device
Location: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\
quartz.dll, Size: 1328640 bytes, Version 6.6.7600.16490
CompanyName: Microsoft Corporation
FileDescription: Tempo de execução do DirectShow.
FileVersion: 6.6.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255)
InternalName: Quartz.dll
LegalCopyright: © Microsoft Corporation. Todos os direitos reservados.
LegalTradeMarks: © Microsoft Corporation. Todos os direitos reservados.
OriginalFilename: Quartz.dll.mui
ProductName: Sistema Operacional Microsoft® Windows®
ProductVersion: 6.6.7600.16385
Comments: 6.6.7600.16385

AsyncClock
Location:
, Size: 0 bytes

EQ
Location:
, Size: 0 bytes

Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder
Location: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\
msmpeg2vdec.dll, Size: 2134016 bytes, Version 6.1.7140.0
CompanyName: Microsoft Corporation
FileDescription: Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder
FileVersion: 6.1.7140.0 (fbl_multimedia(bld4act).090528-1604)
InternalName: MSMPEG2VDEC.dll
LegalCopyright: © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
LegalTradeMarks: © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
OriginalFilename: MSMPEG2VDEC.dll
ProductName: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
ProductVersion: 6.1.7140.0
Comments: 6.1.7140.0

AC3Filter
Location: C:\Users\gonzalo\AppData\Roaming\BSplayer\AC3 Filter\
ac3filter.ax, Size: 797184 bytes, Version 1.6.3.0
CompanyName:
FileDescription: ac3filter
FileVersion: 1.63b
InternalName: ac3filter
LegalCopyright: Copyright c 2002-2007 by Alexander Vigovsky
LegalTradeMarks: Copyright c 2002-2007 by Alexander Vigovsky
OriginalFilename: ac3filter.ax
ProductName: AC3Filter
ProductVersion: 1.63b
Comments: Direct show audio decoder and processor filter

Input format: AC3 - 48000
User format: PCM16 2/0 (stereo) 0
Output format: PCM16 2/0 (stereo) 48000
Decoding chain:
(AC3 - 48000) -> Decoder -> (Linear PCM 3/2.1 (5.1) 48000) -> Processor -> (PCM16 2/0 (stereo) 48000) -> Dejitter -> (PCM16 2/0 (stereo) 48000)
Filters info (in order of processing):
Decoder:
Stream format: AC3 3/2.1 (5.1) 48000Hz
Bitstream type: byte stream
Frame size: 1792
Samples: 1536
Bitrate: 448kbps
SPDIF stream type: 0x1
Frame interval: 1792
Actual bitrate: 448kbps
AC3
speakers: 3/2.1 (5.1)
sample rate: 48000Hz
bitrate: 448kbps
stream: 8 bit

Input format: AC3 - 48000
User format: PCM16 2/0 (stereo) 0
Output format: PCM16 2/0 (stereo) 48000
Decoding chain:
(AC3 - 48000) -> Decoder -> (Linear PCM 3/2.1 (5.1) 48000) -> Processor -> (PCM16 2/0 (stereo) 48000) -> Dejitter -> (PCM16 2/0 (stereo) 48000)
Filters info (in order of processing):
Decoder:
Stream format: AC3 3/2.1 (5.1) 48000Hz
Bitstream type: byte stream
Frame size: 1792
Samples: 1536
Bitrate: 448kbps
SPDIF stream type: 0x1
Frame interval: 1792
Actual bitrate: 448kbps
AC3
speakers: 3/2.1 (5.1)
sample rate: 48000Hz
bitrate: 448kbps
stream: 8 bit

Compiler: MSVC 1500
Debug/Release: Release
Build date: Aug 11 2009 21:18:17
Number of channels: 6
Sample format: double
Sample size: 8


is this enough?

cheers,

mt

adicoto 25th June 2010 08:20 AM

Probably installing CoreAVC to decode the video stream instead of seven's built in DVB decoder will solve the problem.

moviolatake 25th June 2010 03:53 PM

Thanks for the suggestion.

Where can I get CoreAVC for free? After installation, should I set BS to use it?

Anyhow, Windows Media Player plays the movie fluidly with the current decoder. Then, I wonder why BS doesn't.

By the way, does anybody know how to switch between audio streams in Windows Media Player?

Best,

mt

adicoto 25th June 2010 04:08 PM

IIRC, you must instal external filters to swich audio streams in WMP (such as morgan multimedia stream swicher).

moviolatake 26th June 2010 11:21 PM

Dear Adicoto,

What is IIRC?

I installed coreAVC and now video is still not fluid and I lost audio.

What should I do now?


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