sorenat wrote: ↑
14 Dec 2018, 13:08
That's great news! May I ask what parameters were used for mp4muxer? I tried to do the similar and used the following parameters: --output-format frag-mp4 --mpeg4-max-frag-duration 2500 --dv-profile 0 --mpeg4-comp-brand mp42,iso6,isom,msdh,dby1 --overwrite
But got the error: Error: For Dolby vision hevc codec type, only setting profile to 2-8 makes sense!
Thanks a lot in advance!
I'm curious as well. I tried the following:
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mp4muxer -i 00011.track_4113.hevc -i 00011.track_4117.hevc --dv-input-es-mode split -i 00011.track_4352.ac3 -o FullDVMovie.mp4 --dv-profile 4 --mpeg4-comp-brand mp42,iso6,isom,msdh,dby1 --overwrite
And I got a file, it registers as Dolby Vision when played both via Plex and via the native player on my LGTV, but it has it has an overwhelming green tint to it, so doesn't look right at all.
My assumption is that the first input file should be the regular movie track, and the second input file is the DV video track (as demuxed from tsmuxer). Also, I wasn't sure what to use for --dv-profile, the options listed are:
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--dv-profile <arg> = Sets the Dolby Vision profile. This option is MANDATORY for
DoVi elementary stream: Valid profile values are:
0 - dvav.per, BL codec: AVC; EL codec: AVC; BL compatibility: SDR/HDR.
1 - dvav.pen, BL codec: AVC; EL codec: AVC; BL compatibility: None.
2 - dvhe.der, BL codec: HEVC8; EL codec: HEVC8; BL compatibility: SDR/HDR.
3 - dvhe.den, BL codec: HEVC8; EL codec: HEVC8; BL compatibility: None.
4 - dvhe.dtr, BL codec: HEVC10; EL codec: HEVC10; BL compatibility: SDR/HDR.
5 - dvhe.stn, BL codec: HEVC10; EL codec: N/A; BL compatibility: None.
6 - dvhe.dth, BL codec: HEVC10; EL codec: HEVC10; BL compatibility: CTA HDR10.
7 - dvhe.dtb, BL codec: HEVC10; EL codec: HEVC10; BL compatibility: Blue-ray HDR10.
>7 - Reserved
My assumption is that it should be either 2, 4, 6, or 7, but I don't know who to determine what it should be, or if it would ever make a difference.