MKV unsupported in PS3 with LazyMan solution

ygryk
2011-05-15
2013-05-30
  • ygryk

    ygryk - 2011-05-15

    Hi !
    I make all as mentioned in this guide http://www.vanalboom.org/node/16 and the MediaTomb working with the script but when I try to open .mkv file PS3 says that "The data type is not supported"

    The log

    2011/05/15 15:05:31 Starting MediaTomb Multifunctional Transcoder (version 0.12).
    2011/05/15 15:05:31 MKV file specified: "/mnt/drive1/torrent/downloads/Anthony Zimmer.2005.BD.Rip.1080p.h264.Rus.Fre.mkv"
    2011/05/15 15:05:31 No subtitles found, or subtitle rendering disabled.
    2011/05/15 15:05:31 Logging mediainfo XML to /mnt/drive1/tmp/tmp.mediainfo.87kOPF.
    2011/05/15 15:05:31 Variables found: AVC | DTSDTS | 1 920 | 24.000 | 41 | 
    2011/05/15 15:05:31 Mode is 11.
    2011/05/15 15:05:31 Starting exec:
    2011/05/15 15:05:31 /usr/bin/ffmpeg -i "/mnt/drive1/torrent/downloads/Anthony Zimmer.2005.BD.Rip.1080p.h264.Rus.Fre.mkv"  -acodec ac3 -ab 384k -vcodec copy -vbsf h264_mp4toannexb -f mpegts -y /tmp/mt_transcode_FV21UV &>/dev/null

    Or that

    2011/05/15 15:05:49      Starting MediaTomb Multifunctional Transcoder (version$
    2011/05/15 15:05:49      MKV file specified: "/mnt/drive1/torrent/downloads/Dex$
    2011/05/15 15:05:49      No subtitles found, or subtitle rendering disabled.
    2011/05/15 15:05:49      Logging mediainfo XML to /mnt/drive1/tmp/tmp.mediainfo$
    2011/05/15 15:05:49      Variables found: AVC | AC-3 | 1 280 | 25.000 | 31 |
    2011/05/15 15:05:49      Mode is 2.
    2011/05/15 15:05:49      Starting exec:
    2011/05/15 15:05:49      /usr/bin/ffmpeg -i "/mnt/drive1/torrent/downloads/Dext$

    And this happens with each .mkv I try to play with. Could someone help to determine the issue and help me to resolve.

    Thanks

     
  • ygryk

    ygryk - 2011-05-15

    Sorry the last log is copied incomplete.
    The full one:
    2011/05/15 15:05:49 Starting MediaTomb Multifunctional Transcoder (version 0.12).
    2011/05/15 15:05:49 MKV file specified: "/mnt/drive1/torrent/downloads/Dexter.s05.720p/Dexter.s05.e01.720p.HDTV.mkv"
    2011/05/15 15:05:49 No subtitles found, or subtitle rendering disabled.
    2011/05/15 15:05:49 Logging mediainfo XML to /mnt/drive1/tmp/tmp.mediainfo.2kay5t.
    2011/05/15 15:05:49 Variables found: AVC | AC-3 | 1 280 | 25.000 | 31 | 
    2011/05/15 15:05:49 Mode is 2.
    2011/05/15 15:05:49 Starting exec:
    2011/05/15 15:05:49 /usr/bin/ffmpeg -i "/mnt/drive1/torrent/downloads/Dexter.s05.720p/Dexter.s05.e01.720p.HDTV.mkv"  -acodec copy -vcodec copy -vbsf h264_mp4toannexb -f mpegts -y /tmp/mt_transcode_IIO2UV &>/dev/null

     
  • ygryk

    ygryk - 2011-05-16

    The problem resolved.

    Lazy Man solution script requieres ffmpeg >=0.6.1 !
    For Debian users you need to add Unstable repositories, and install the latest mencoder and ffmpeg from the unstable repositories.

    For 15.05.2011 I install ffmpef-0.6.3 and the script start working correctly.
    I found that may be that's happend because H264 unsupported in Squeez default ffmpeg-0.5.2-2 (not sure last digits).

     
  • happygirlbaby

    happygirlbaby - 2012-08-30

    The following is a step by step guide on how to convert MKV to PlayStation 3 supported video format with the help of the powerful MKV to PS3 Converter at How to Convert, Stream and Play 720p, 1080p MKV on PS3 (PlayStation 3)

    This guide applies to:

    Convert 720p MKV to PS3 supported format so as to stream 720p MKV to PlayStation 3 for playback successfully
    Convert 1080p MKV to PS3 compatible format to stream and play 1080p MKV on PS3 with ease
    Convert other HD MKV files to PS3 format to stream and play MKV on PS3 successfully
    Convert MKV to PS3 supported format as well as add subtitle to the converted MKV video
    Convert other video formats like FLV, BIK, MOV, AVI, MP4, MPG, F4V, ASF, WMV, MXF, WTV, AVCHD, VOB, DV, MOD, TOD and more to PS3 supported format for easy playback

     

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