Thanks in advance!

It's an mpeg transport stream in a .ts wrapper. Layout would be as follows:

Video (MPEG2, 80Mbps, CBR, All I Frame,422@HL)
Audio1 (Track1/PID1) 1 pair LPCM(SMPTE 302M)48kHz
Audio2 (Track2/PID2) 1 pair LPCM(SMPTE 302M)48kHz
Audio3 (Track3/PID3) 1 pair LPCM(SMPTE 302M)48kHz
Audio4 (Track4/PID4) 1 pair LPCM(SMPTE 302M)48kHz

FFmpeg is out because it won't encode LPCM into .ts.

I'd rather not go down the AVISynth wormhole because I'm Mac based but if there is a CLEAR solution (as opposed to random AVISynth fiddling) by trying that route, I'd definitely be willing to give it a go.

I tried AME/Adobe.

I tried Telestream.

I tried Resolve.

I haven't tried Compressor this go around but I know it's there to try if I don't hear anything else.

I've done this a bunch with hardware encoders but I'm on my own now and a dedicated HW encoder is not in the budget for this project.

I look forward to and appreciate your input!

  • What exactly did you try in each of those programs? Please share the full ffmpeg command and output. Which Telestream product? Did you try contacting their technical support? – Michael Liebman Jun 19 '20 at 23:15
  • I appreciate your response! In the interim I corresponded with one of (I think) the developers of ffmpeg and they were able to clarify some information regarding the software’s ability to encode 302M audio into .ts from non-.ts sources. It also APPEARS that I can do this in AWS/elemental so I’m going to do some testing with that. I’ll report back if I have any noteworthy results. Cheers! – TehOtherLebowski Jun 30 '20 at 3:34

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