tsMuxeR version 2.6.16-dev. github.com/justdan96/tsMuxer
tsMuxeR is a simple program to mux video to TS/M2TS files or create BD disks.
tsMuxeR does not use external filters (codecs).
tsMuxeR <media file name>
tsMuxeR <meta file name> <out file/dir name>
tsMuxeR can be run in track detection mode or muxing mode. If tsMuxeR is run
with only one argument, then the program displays track information required to
construct a meta file. When running with two arguments, tsMuxeR starts the
muxing or demuxing process.
Meta file format:
File MUST have the .meta extension and be encoded in UTF-8 (but see README.md).
This file defines the files you want to multiplex.
The first line of a meta file contains additional parameters that apply to all
tracks. In this case the first line should begin with the word MUXOPT.
The following lines form a list of tracks and their parameters. The format is
as follows: <code name>, <file name>, <parameters> Parameters are
separated with commas, with each parameter consisting of a name and a value,
separated with an equals sign.
Example of META file:
V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC, D:/media/test/stream.h264, fps=25
A_AC3, D:/media/test/stream.ac3, timeshift=-10000ms
In this example one AC3 audio stream and one H264 video stream are multiplexed
into BD disc. The input file name can reference an elementary stream or a track
located inside a container.
Supported input containers:
- MPLS (Blu-ray media play list file)
Names of codecs in the meta file:
- V_MPEGH/ISO/HEVC H.265/HEVC
- V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC H.264/AVC
- V_MPEG4/ISO/MVC H.264/MVC
- V_MS/VFW/WVC1 VC1
- V_MPEG-2 MPEG2
- A_AC3 AC3/AC3+/TRUE-HD
- A_AAC AAC
- A_DTS DTS/DTS-Express/DTS-HD
- A_MP3 MPEG audio layer 1/2/3
- A_LPCM raw pcm data or PCM WAV file
- S_HDMV/PGS Presentation graphic stream (BD subtitle format)
- S_TEXT/UTF8 SRT subtitle format. Encoding MUST be UTF-8/UTF-16/UTF-32
Each track may have additional parameters. Track parameters do not have dashes.
If a parameter's value consists of several words, it must be enclosed in quotes.
Common additional parameters for any type of track:
- track track number if input file is a container.
- lang track language. MUST contain exactly 3 letters.
Additional parameters for audio tracks:
- timeshift Shift audio track by the given number of milliseconds.
Can be negative.
- down-to-dts Available only for DTS-HD tracks. Filter out HD part.
- down-to-ac3 Available only for TRUE-HD tracks. Filter out HD part.
- secondary Mux as secondary audio. Available for DD+ and DTS-Express.
- default Mark this track as the default when muxing to Blu-ray.
Additional parameters for video tracks:
- fps The number of frames per second. If not defined, the value
is auto detected if available in the source stream. If not,
it defaults to 23.976.
- delPulldown Remove pulldown from the track, if it exists. If the
pulldown is present, the FPS value is changed from 30 to 24.
- ar Override video aspect ratio. 16:9, 4:3 e.t.c.
Additional parameters for H.264 video tracks:
- level Overwrite the level in the H264 stream. Do note that this
option only updates the headers and does not reencode the
stream, which may not meet the requirements for a lower
- insertSEI If the original stream does not contain SEI picture timing,
SEI buffering period or VUI parameters, add this data to
the stream. This option is recommended for BD muxing.
- forceSEI Add SEI picture timing, buffering period and VUI parameters
to the stream and rebuild this data if it already exists.
- contSPS If the original video doesn't contain repetitive SPS/PPS,
then SPS/PPS will be added to the stream before each key
frame. This option is recommended for BD muxing.
- subTrack Used for combined AVC/MVC tracks only. TsMuxeR always
demultiplexes such tracks to separate AVC and MVC streams.
Setting this to 1 sets the reference to the AVC part, while
2 sets it to the MVC part.
- secondary Mux as secondary video (PIP).
- pipCorner Corner for PIP video. Allowed values: "TopLeft","TopRight",
- pipHOffset PIP window horizontal offset from the corner in pixels.
- pipVOffset PIP window vertical offset from the corner in pixels.
- pipScale PIP window scale factor. Allowed values: "1", "1/2", "1/4",
- pipLumma Allow the PIP window to be transparent. Transparent colors
are lumma colors in range [0..pipLumma].
Additional parameters for PG and SRT tracks:
- video-width The width of the video in pixels.
- video-height The height of the video in pixels.
- default Mark this track as the default when muxing to Blu-ray.
Allowed values are "all" which causes all subtitles to be
shown, and "forced" which shows only elements marked as
"forced" in the subtitle stream.
- fps Video fps. It is recommended to define this parameter in
order to enable more careful timing processing.
- 3d-plane Defines the number of the '3D offset track' which is placed
inside the MVC track. Each message has an individual 3D
offset. This information is stored inside 3D offset track.
Additional parameters for SRT tracks:
- font-name Font name to render.
- font-color Font color, defined as a hexadecimal or decimal number.
24-bit long numbers (for instance 0xFF00FF) define RGB
components, while 32-bit long ones (for instance
0x80FF00FF) define ARGB components.
- font-size Font size in pixels.
- font-italic Italic display text.
- font-bold Bold display text.
- font-underline Underlined text.
- font-strikeout Strikethrough text.
- bottom-offset Distance from the lower edge while displaying text.
- font-border Outline width.
- fadein-time Time in ms for smooth subtitle appearance.
- fadeout-time Time in ms for smooth subtitle disappearance.
- line-spacing Interval between subtitle lines. Default value is 1.0.
tsMuxeR supports additional tags inside SRT tracks. The syntax and parameters
coincide with HTML: <b>, <i>, <u>, <strike>, <font>. Default relative font size
(used in these tags) is 3. For example:
<b><font size=5 color="deepskyblue" name="Arial"><u>Test</u>
<font size= 4 color="#806040">colored</font>text</font>
Global additional parameters are placed in the first line of the META file,
which must begin with the MUXOPT token.
All parameters in this group start with two dashes:
--pcr-on-video-pid Do not allocate a separate PID for PCR and use the existing
--new-audio-pes Use bytes 0xfd instead of 0xbd for AC3, True-HD, DTS and
DTS-HD. Activated automatically for BD muxing.
--vbr Use variable bitrate.
--minbitrate Sets the lower limit of the VBR bitrate. If the stream has
a smaller bitrate, NULL packets will be inserted to
--maxbitrate The upper limit of the vbr bitrate.
--cbr Muxing mode with a fixed bitrate. --vbr and --cbr must not
be used together.
--vbv-len The length of the virtual buffer in milliseconds. The
default value is 500. Typically, this option is used
together with --cbr. The parameter is similar to the value
of vbv-buffer-size in the x264 codec, but defined in
milliseconds instead of kbit.
--no-asyncio Do not create a separate thread for writing. This option
also disables the FILE_FLAG_NO_BUFFERING flag on Windows
This option is deprecated.
--auto-chapters Insert a chapter every <n> minutes. Used only in BD/AVCHD
--custom-chapters A semicolon delimited list of hh:mm:ss.zzz strings,
representing the chapters' start times.
--demux Run in demux mode : the selected audio and video tracks are
stored as separate files. The output name must be a folder
name. All selected effects (such as changing the level of
a H264 stream) are processed. When demuxing, certain types
of tracks are always changed :
- Subtitles in a Presentation Graphic Stream are converted
into sup format.
- PCM audio is saved as WAV files.
--blu-ray Mux as a BD disc. If the output file name is a folder, a
Blu-Ray folder structure is created inside that folder.
SSIF files for BD3D discs are not created in this case. If
the output name has an .iso extension, then the disc is
created directly as an image file.
--blu-ray-v3 As above - except mux to UHD BD discs.
--avchd Mux to AVCHD disc.
--cut-start Trim the beginning of the file. The value should be followed
by the time unit : "ms" (milliseconds), "s" (seconds) or
--cut-end Trim the end of the file. Same rules as --cut-start apply.
--split-duration Split the output into several files, with each of them being
<n> seconds long.
--split-size Split the output into several files, with each of them
having a given maximum size. KB, KiB, MB, MiB, GB and GiB
are accepted as size units.
--right-eye Use base video stream for right eye. Used for 3DBD only.
--start-time Timestamp of the first video frame. May be defined as 45Khz
clock (just a number) or as time in hh:mm:ss.zzz format.
--mplsOffset The number of the first MPLS file. Used for BD disc mode.
--m2tsOffset The number of the first M2TS file. Used for BD disc mode.
--insertBlankPL Add an additional short playlist. Used for cropped video
muxed to BD disc.
--blankOffset Blank playlist number.
--label Disk label when muxing to ISO.
--extra-iso-space Allocate extra space in 64K units for ISO metadata (file
and directory names). Normally, tsMuxeR allocates this space
automatically, but if split condition generates a lot
of small files, it may be required to define extra space.