means combining different types of streams (audio, video, and subtitles) in a single file which can be afterwards played or burned.
By working with tsMuxeR, the output can be used for IP broadcasting or for playback on various video players such as Sony PSP.
The video codecs supported by tsMuxeR are H.264, Microsoft VC-1 or MPEG-2.
In terms of audio codecs, tsMuxeR offers support for AAC, AC3/E-AC3 (DD+), Dolby True HD (for streams with AC3 core only), DTS, DTS-HD, MPEG audio layer 1/2/3 and LPCM.
The subtitles types that tsMuxeR works with are PGS (M2TS Presentation graphic stream) and SRT.
Some of the actions you can perform in tsMuxeR are joining files, adjusting FPS for subtitles, extracting DTS core from DTS-HD, extracting AC3 core from True-HD, automatic or manual FPS adjustment while mixing, audio tracks and subtitles time shifting, level changing as well as SEI, SPS/PPS elements and NAL unit delimiter cycle insertion while mixing H.264, and converting LPCM streams into WAVE and the other way around.
Furthermore, you can split the output file, trim source files, detect the audio delay for TS, M2TS, MPG, VOB and EVO sources and add language information into Blu-ray structure and TS header.
tsMuxeR’s interface is intuitive enough for beginners to understand how the application works. First of all you need to select the input files, and then choose the output format and the destination folder.
tsMuxeR should satisfy both beginners and advanced users. The muxing process is straightforward and easy to set up, while power users can have access to more complex configuration options.