Dolby Vision now possible through MP4 Mux.

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Donpoku
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RESET_9999 wrote:yep, there's a difference in the signal...

see: https://discourse.coreelec.org/t/dolby- ... /24273/960
Hi I have DV remux mkv, I want to test it on my lg c6 (old i know), what's the simplest way to do it? Thank you.

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Donpoku wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 12:34 pm
Hi I have DV remux mkv, I want to test it on my lg c6 (old i know), what's the simplest way to do it? Thank you.

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AFIAK, 2016-2017 TVs only support profile 5 and 7 so for an mkv remux , you want to convert it to dual-track dual-layer MP4. You can do that with my script workflow 4-3.
I think the C6 internal player also have green screen issues with certain files, P3 MDL IIRC. It was discussed in this thread years ago.
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RESET_9999 wrote:
Donpoku wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 12:34 pm
Hi I have DV remux mkv, I want to test it on my lg c6 (old i know), what's the simplest way to do it? Thank you.

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AFIAK, 2016-2017 TVs only support profile 5 and 7 so for an mkv remux , you want to convert it to dual-track dual-layer MP4. You can do that with my script workflow 4-3.
I think the C6 internal player also have green screen issues with certain files, P3 MDL IIRC. It was discussed in this thread years ago.
Thanks buddy.

Btw what are the steps and installs I need to do to use your scripts? Thanks I'm on Windows.

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Donpoku wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 3:57 pm

Btw what are the steps and installs I need to do to use your scripts? Thanks I'm on Windows.

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If you just want to make DT-DL MP4, the installation is very easy... Create a folder without space or special characters and put it on a non-OS drive preferably.
Download the tools pack and MP4 bat file and put them in the folder you just created. Run the bat file, select 4-3, drag and drop input and that's it
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Good evening everyone.
I'm going crazy trying to limit the brightness of the subtitles, as my x800m2 can't handle them well. (Any video app on my TV doesn't have this problem)

I'm trying to use the script but I'm getting this error.

What I did:
- Source file: mkv
- Mux in ts with tsmuxer which turns srt into pgs
- Demux the pgs file (either with tsmuxer or with subtilteEdit)
- DoviScript 8-7

Can someone help me?


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RESET_9999 wrote:
Donpoku wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 3:57 pm

Btw what are the steps and installs I need to do to use your scripts? Thanks I'm on Windows.

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If you just want to make DT-DL MP4, the installation is very easy... Create a folder without space or special characters and put it on a non-OS drive preferably.
Download the tools pack and MP4 bat file and put them in the folder you just created. Run the bat file, select 4-3, drag and drop input and that's it
Thanks Image

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Mrmorrison wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 5:55 pm
Good evening everyone.
I'm going crazy trying to limit the brightness of the subtitles, as my x800m2 can't handle them well. (Any video app on my TV doesn't have this problem)
try to put the sup file in a folder and input that folder...
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RESET_9999 wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 6:10 pm

try to put the sup file in a folder and input that folder...
It worked! You are the best!
Donpoku
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Donpoku wrote:
RESET_9999 wrote:
Donpoku wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 3:57 pm

Btw what are the steps and installs I need to do to use your scripts? Thanks I'm on Windows.

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If you just want to make DT-DL MP4, the installation is very easy... Create a folder without space or special characters and put it on a non-OS drive preferably.
Download the tools pack and MP4 bat file and put them in the folder you just created. Run the bat file, select 4-3, drag and drop input and that's it
Thanks Image

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Hi it took 3.3hrs for 69gb mkv remux, is that right?

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Yeah, the speed depends on your HDD/SSD. Regular HDD can be very slow.

I use two NVME pci-e gen4 drives and it takes less than 15 minutes.
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How is the 1080p to 4K upcaling on the Ugoos? Seems that the only reason I would keep my ub9000 would be to play 1080p Blu-rays with panasonic's upscaling, but if the ugoos is comparable, I think I'll ditch my player.
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DylanValenti wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 11:43 pm
How is the 1080p to 4K upcaling on the Ugoos? Seems that the only reason I would keep my ub9000 would be to play 1080p Blu-rays with panasonic's upscaling, but if the ugoos is comparable, I think I'll ditch my player.
I don't know. I think dmdreview tested upscaling but I'm not sure.. Ask him: https://www.avsforum.com/threads/pictur ... t-63232842
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DylanValenti wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2024 11:43 pm
How is the 1080p to 4K upcaling on the Ugoos? Seems that the only reason I would keep my ub9000 would be to play 1080p Blu-rays with panasonic's upscaling, but if the ugoos is comparable, I think I'll ditch my player.
By default Coreelec plays 1080p files in 1080p resolution, so the upscaling is handled by the tv.

I think it only does bilinear upscaling otherwise, but I haven't checked.
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Re: Dolby Vision now possible through MP4 Mux.

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RESET_9999 wrote:
Tue Apr 02, 2024 1:55 am
Random question for RESET_9999, or anyone else who knows:

Looking at the "GRADE/MASTER CHECK" tab on RESET_9999's spreadsheet, there are films listed there for which it says we should not inject the DV RPU from WEB into the HDR10 remux, because they aren't suitable for various reasons e.g. static DV, different grade.

If someone had created a profile 8 hybrid for one of these unsuitable films anyway, is the HDR10 fallback for this bad hybrid still correct? i.e. is the HDR10 fallback of the profile 8 hybrid identical to the HDR10 remux?
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HDR10 playback is fine as long as your player doesn't tonemap DV to HDR10 like the x800m2/x700 can do when you have DV set to ''on'' and play a TS/M2TS rip.
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