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Project status: Abandoned
Last update: 2017/08/01

I don’t support that guide anymore and it might be outdated
Read the official documentations instead
No support for any failures and questions


Which codec should I use?

First of all, make sure to never convert any lossy file to another lossy. You can do that with lossless audio, but not with lossy. The difference is that you have no quality difference between lossless audio (WAV, FLAC). The lossy audio always has quality loss (AAC, OPUS, AC3). Depending on the codec it’s less noticeable, but converting it again to another lossy format makes it worse. If you have a lossless audio (like PCM/WAV), you have both options. You can go with FLAC, QAAC, VORBIS or OPUS. I personally recommend Opus with 128 kb/s or QAAC, but you have to decide that for yourself.


Why Avisynth and not Vapoursynth?

Because Vapoursynth sucks for that.
Probably the only flaw Vapoursynth has.
And yes, I’m aware there is something similiar to “vfr.py” called “audiocutter.py”, but that’s not really compatible for my full automated batch scripts.


Anyway, how does it work?

Everything is documented in the batch files itself.
However, I explain it here in short again.

Change your Vapoursynth syntax to Avisynth syntax:

JIVTC:

Vapoursynth: c3.std.Trim(941,4633)+c3.std.Trim(6312,19811)+c3.std.Trim(21250,37865)+c3.std.Trim(39305,39542)
Avisynth: c3.Trim(941,4633)++c3.Trim(6312,19811)++c3.Trim(21250,37865)++c3.Trim(39305,39542)

Normal:

Vapoursynth: src.std.Trim(24,34069)
Avisynth: Trim(24,34069)

Now write it down in “trimsJIVTC.avs” or “trimsBDTV.avs” and drag and drop your .ts or .m2ts on the .bat file. Your source video has to be in the same folder as the batch files.


If you get any errors, make sure:
  • You have “mkvmerge.exe” in your “Windows” folder
  • You have the latest Python 3 (64-Bit) installed
  • You have the correct path of the Python 3 installation in the .bat file
  • You really use the Avisynth syntax
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