Have to agree with Grencola here...Grencola wrote: ↑Fri May 24, 2019 6:19 pmMy 'app' is literally just a command prompt script to run eac3to on the file, then mp4muxer. that's basically it. I chose to use eac3to as so many people, myself included, were getting framerate errors in TSMuxer during the demux where as eac3to actually tries correcting them. like I said above I've used my app on 30+ titles which are great. The only bug I've ever seen is when I copied those exact movies onto a friend's seagate hdd from my western digital and it came up saying the file format was not supported when playing certain files. still don't have a fix for that. but the ones that did play had no stuttering at all.fib1985 wrote: ↑Fri May 24, 2019 4:19 pmI Got the same results as you, i guess the app have some problems. With the powershell script it works like a charm.sm0ke83 wrote: ↑Fri May 24, 2019 11:00 amGrencola,
I tried your dv-mp4-maker on local mkv. Result is the same, stutters continuously... Didn't expect a different output, but did test it to be sure.
Any idea what might be causing this? FYI: Haven't been able to make a working mp4 from mkv, not even one.
But I am curious though, what u mean with "the powershell script"? Maybe i'm missing something (really hope so to be honest ).
Or can u describe in detail how u make the mp4 and where u get the needed files from?
Regarding to the WD/Seagate hdd issue. Did the drive both have the same filesystem? Or maybe try with dlna instead of direct usb connect? Only thing that comes to mind...