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Post Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:07 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

Cerberus wrote:
zip wrote:.. unless your TV supports switching tracks (for natively played files, ie not transcoded)


i dont know of any renderers that support that function.


How about Sony Bluray players? They support this with native MKV playback, though there are other problems. I think you're getting a bit quick to pronounce a final verdict on issues on here.
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Post Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:14 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

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Cerberus wrote:
zip wrote:.. unless your TV supports switching tracks (for natively played files, ie not transcoded)


i dont know of any renderers that support that function.


How about Sony Bluray players? They support this with native MKV playback, though there are other problems. I think you're getting a bit quick to pronounce a final verdict on issues on here.


only works on one file type though and they have to be native and not transcoded. so that is very limit number of file that will actualy work.
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Post Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:18 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

Oke I have to try to change the audio order or have to buy a media player :(
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Post Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:27 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

slingshot wrote:Oke I have to try to change the audio order or have to buy a media player :(


Hopefully this will be added to FFmpeg soon as then everyone can have this feature for native and transcoded files and all file types ( that support multiply audio tracks ). but for now only sony BD player have this and as patters said its only on natively streamed MKV files.

There maybe programs out there to change the audio order in video files and if you manage to find one please post a link to it here so other may benefit from it. ( free one would be best if possible )

EDIT: here one that say you can edit MKV audio tracks so maybe that will work for you http://www.emmgunn.com/mokgvm2dvd/mokgvmhome.html
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Post Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:34 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

Found this link http://www.afterdawn.com/software/audio ... ux_gui.cfm which should do it but it is with remux
And this one without remux http://www.makemkv.com/forum2/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2501
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Post Thu Apr 14, 2011 11:14 am

Re: How to change audio track?

Cerberus wrote:
slingshot wrote:Oke I have to try to change the audio order or have to buy a media player :(


Hopefully this will be added to FFmpeg soon as then everyone can have this feature for native and transcoded files and all file types ( that support multiply audio tracks ). but for now only sony BD player have this and as patters said its only on natively streamed MKV files.

There maybe programs out there to change the audio order in video files and if you manage to find one please post a link to it here so other may benefit from it. ( free one would be best if possible )

EDIT: here one that say you can edit MKV audio tracks so maybe that will work for you http://www.emmgunn.com/mokgvm2dvd/mokgvmhome.html
FFmpeg has a map function that allows the choosing of different video/audio streams in the file to be extracted. Can this map function be used for all files or is it just for vob files?
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Post Thu Apr 14, 2011 11:56 am

Re: How to change audio track?

The map function can be used and will be used once I implement it in Serviio. Obviously that will mean all files will have to be remuxed for those who will want this functionality.
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Post Tue Jan 10, 2012 12:48 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

I see that this is an old thread, but this is still unanswered. Is there some way i can change audio tracks?
I have a Samsung 40C630.
If i connect the external drive to the usb port i have the option to change audio tracks. If i play a movie via Serviio (0.6.1) i do not have the option to do so.

P.S. Should i make another topic regarding this question since this one is almost 1 year old?

Thanks!
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Post Tue Jan 10, 2012 1:03 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

no C series doesnt support that function.
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Post Tue Jan 10, 2012 1:10 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

well i just told you that the function is supported. i can change audio track if i connect the hard drive directly to the tv..
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Post Tue Jan 10, 2012 1:13 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

diug wrote:well i just told you that the function is supported. i can change audio track if i connect the hard drive directly to the tv..


exactly it is only supported over USB and not over DLNA.
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Post Tue Jan 10, 2012 1:30 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

I thought some users can pick tracks. Probably depends on the file container. Also it might be caused by the bug in 0.6.1 C/D profile which disables the proper Samsung integration.
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Post Tue Jan 10, 2012 1:36 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

zip wrote:I thought some users can pick tracks. Probably depends on the file container. Also it might be caused by the bug in 0.6.1 C/D profile which disables the proper Samsung integration.


Thats D series zip. :)
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Post Tue Jan 10, 2012 1:55 pm

Re: How to change audio track?

Oh, i see. Thank you for the information.
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