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How many A/V file format supported in BD-ROM?

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bd_j_author67
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Like to know other then M2TS, how many A/V file format supported in BD-ROM (implementing progressive playlist)?

Please any one share info.

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dekz
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M2TS is a transport stream, as in it's a container and I believe it's the only file format that can work in a progressive asset.

This is just a container and has nothing to do with the codec per se. The codec, if I recall correctly can be MPEG-2/MPEG-4 AVC (h.264).

That is according to the white paper, I haven't been able to successfully transcode and mux a h.264 AC3 mkv video to the proper m2ts and have it work yet.

bd_j_author67
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Thanks dekz.

dekz
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If you want to test some video files netblender supply some avc videos which you can convert/mux/use. http://www.netblender.com/main/resources/sandbox/
I was able to mux them to m2ts and use them as progressive assets for testing. tsMuxeR can turn them into a Blu-Ray m2ts structure with appropriate (at least I think) clip information files as well as a playlist which you can edit (I had to muck around with mine to get it operational).