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Old 8th October 2018, 14:42   #3141  |  Link
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Just found another bug when dealing with clips with more than 1 audio tracks:

With the default source configuration (A2DSource) DirectShow will be used for audio. But only for the first audio track, because DirectShowSource does not allow track selection. The second and third audio tracks will use FFmpegSource because it allows track selection.

This works nicely as long as DirectShowSource picks the first audio track of the source clip. But I found that this is not always true. The sample clip from this post
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...24#post1854124
has 3 audio tracks, and the second one is marked as "default". For this clip DirectShowSource will pick the second (default) audio track as the first audio track, and A2D will throw an error because the number of channels is different for the two tracks.

The only workaround I can think of so far is to not use DirectShowSource Audio at all for such sources, force using FFmpegSource instead. This will treat the track numbers correctly, but the "Default" audio track flag will be lost. Does MPEG2 even support this flag at all?


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I thought it was me, but I've had this issue a few times with multiple audio tracks

I also had issues with sometimes you end up with the default audio track which may not be the audio track you actually want, even though you chose something different as the ONLY audio track. I found the easiest way aroudn this problem was to use MKVToolnix and just strip what audio you don't want and try again ...
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Old 10th October 2018, 12:15   #3142  |  Link
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how to make any mkv or mp4 into DVD player playable format??
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Old 10th October 2018, 14:04   #3143  |  Link
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Download AVStoDVD (the installer version), install the required helper software if it's not already installed (AviSynth, LAVFilters, optionally IMGBurn), then install AVStoDVD. Leave all settings at their defaults for now.

Have a look at the documentation to familiarize yourself with the GUI interface. Load your source file(s) and click "Start".

If AVStoDVD is too complicated for you, I suggest to try DVDFlick v2 (get it at VideoHelp). It is based on FFMpeg, very easy to use and delivers more than acceptable quality.


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Old 11th October 2018, 18:38   #3144  |  Link
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Download AVStoDVD (the installer version), install the required helper software if it's not already installed (AviSynth, LAVFilters, optionally IMGBurn), then install AVStoDVD. Leave all settings at their defaults for now.

Have a look at the documentation to familiarize yourself with the GUI interface. Load your source file(s) and click "Start".

If AVStoDVD is too complicated for you, I suggest to try DVDFlick v2 (get it at VideoHelp). It is based on FFMpeg, very easy to use and delivers more than acceptable quality.


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