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Amadeus - Theatrical Cut Restoration 1080p (V2) (Released) — Page 23

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Would you mind shooting me a download link? I would love to watch this with my dad.

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I’d love a copy of this. Please send me a link.
Thanks in advance.

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Thanks again to stretch009 and everyone else who has kept this project alive.

I am wondering if anyone can help me with burning the Theatrical Cut Restoration to disc. It’s my understanding that this should be possible with a BD25 disc, but when I input the MKV in tsMuxer, it produces an ISO file that ImgBurn says is too large to fit on a BD25 disc.

I would like to include the subtitles provided so generously by ak47wong, but even if I don’t include them, tsMuxer produces an ISO file too large for burning.

I assume I am missing something simple, but as a beginner in this process I’m not sure what it would be. I have tried using the tsMuxer setting “Do not change SEI and VUI data”, but that does not seem to affect the resulting ISO file size.

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alimento said:

Thanks again to stretch009 and everyone else who has kept this project alive.

I am wondering if anyone can help me with burning the Theatrical Cut Restoration to disc. It’s my understanding that this should be possible with a BD25 disc, but when I input the MKV in tsMuxer, it produces an ISO file that ImgBurn says is too large to fit on a BD25 disc.

I would like to include the subtitles provided so generously by ak47wong, but even if I don’t include them, tsMuxer produces an ISO file too large for burning.

I assume I am missing something simple, but as a beginner in this process I’m not sure what it would be. I have tried using the tsMuxer setting “Do not change SEI and VUI data”, but that does not seem to affect the resulting ISO file size.

You have two options:

  1. Get a BD50 blank disc to burn the ISO file on.
  2. Use the free software Handbrake to decrease the file size of the video stream, itself–demux the audio/subtitle tracks, first. Then, go back to TSMuxer and load-in the new video stream and the audio/subtitle tracks, making sure you uncheck the video stream of the original file. If the ISO file is still too big for the BD25 blank disc, then go back to Handbrake and make a smaller file size of the video stream. In other words, play with the file size of the video stream and see if the picture quality works best for you before making the ISO file.
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alexp120 said:

You have two options:

  1. Get a BD50 blank disc to burn the ISO file on.
  2. Use the free software Handbrake to decrease the file size of the video stream, itself–demux the audio/subtitle tracks, first. Then, go back to TSMuxer and load-in the new video stream and the audio/subtitle tracks, making sure you uncheck the video stream of the original file. If the ISO file is still too big for the BD25 blank disc, then go back to Handbrake and make a smaller file size of the video stream. In other words, play with the file size of the video stream and see if the picture quality works best for you before making the ISO file.

Thank you for the advice! I will consider 1 as the much easier, if not cheaper, option. Meanwhile I will look into 2 and see if I can fiddle around to my satisfaction.

I had been under the impression that the source files were already sized to fit a BD25 disc, but I seem to have been mistaken!

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22.3 GB’s MKV should definitely fit on a BD25. There is another option, though, of removing one of the audio tracks.

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@alimento, I may have a third option if you want to keep all the subtitle/audio tracks.

I found this January 2016 post on this same thread:

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Thank you for the share!

Not sure if this has been discussed before, but, when muxing the MKV with TSMuxer, I found, to create a functional BD ISO, I needed to set, under “General track options,” “Do not change SEI and VUI data” rather than the default “Insert SEI and VUI data if absent.”

Has anyone else trying to burn had this experience?

I encountered a similar instance with HAL 9000’s fan edits of the Star Wars prequel; it’s apparently something to do with how the original MKV is encoded.

Now, @alimento, you did this:

alimento said:

I assume I am missing something simple, but as a beginner in this process I’m not sure what it would be. I have tried using the tsMuxer setting “Do not change SEI and VUI data”, but that does not seem to affect the resulting ISO file size.

I am thinking that you may have an older version of TSMuxer, so download the latest version and try making your ISO from the original file, again using the same settings and the option, “Do not change SEI and VUI data” needs to be selected. If that doesn’t work, then you may have to download an older version of TSMuxer that was created before January 2016 to get the results that @The Aluminum Falcon had.

I think that “Do not change SEI and VUI data” needs to be selected so that the software will not add on any inflated data to the ISO.

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Wow! Thanks to you both for the quick and very helpful replies. I have been using the latest version of tsMuxer, so that may be part of the issue.

Following your suggestions, I have tried simply creating an ISO without one of the audio tracks (the music-only track), and that successfully outputs an ISO of 21.6 GB (including subtitles). This works with the latest tsMuxer and with stretch009’s suggested v1.10.6.

It seems like the music-only track is causing the created (muxed?) ISO to be too large–when I include it, the outputted ISO is 23.6 GB. This happens for me with both the latest version and version 1.10.6 of tsMuxer.

For now I am satisfied without the music-only track being included, but in the future I may try fiddling with the size of the video stream in order to fit all on a BD25 disc.

Thank you again for your help.

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Hi Everyone, I am very excited to find this site and this thread. My 13 year old son is taking music history and learning about Mozart. His teacher assigned Amadeus for him to watch, but it is the Director’s Cut, and I have read things about it that I do not want my 13 year old to see. I would love to get a link to the original.
Thank you so much!!

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wcjbic said:

Hi Everyone, I am very excited to find this site and this thread. My 13 year old son is taking music history and learning about Mozart. His teacher assigned Amadeus for him to watch, but it is the Director’s Cut, and I have read things about it that I do not want my 13 year old to see. I would love to get a link to the original.
Thank you so much!!

PM sent!

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This project is amazing, would love to see this if I can. Thanks!

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Yes! I love this! Please, send me a PM with info. Much appreciated. Can I donate anything?

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I’d like to take a look at this. Thanks stretch009

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I would also love to check this out. Been annoyed that on the Director’s Cut is available in HD. Thanks, stretch009!

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@The 2 folks above this, PM sent. Wowsers this is popular these days…

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The Project is amazing.
I’d love a copy of this.
Please send me a link.
Thanks a lot.

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sertoli said:

The Project is amazing.
I’d love a copy of this.
Please send me a link.
Thanks a lot.

PM sent.