[vdr] [Feature request] Always prefer DolbyDigital-track
ami+vdr at ah.fi
Wed Nov 2 09:42:36 CET 2005
On Wed, 2 Nov 2005, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> Antti Hartikainen wrote:
>> On Wed, 2 Nov 2005, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
>> > Antti Hartikainen wrote:
>> > > Hi.
>> > >
>> > > I'll repeat myself as it seems that nobody read my last message posted
>> > > few
>> > > weeks ago.
>> > >
>> > > I can't find feature that prefers always Dolby Digital/DTS track,
>> > > even
>> > > there it's not preferred language (on dolby digital), and there is
>> > > MPEG
>> > > track in preferred languages.
>> > >
>> > > Some channels (like canal+) has 4 MPEG audio tracks (fin, swe, nor,
>> > > dan)
>> > > and one DD-track (which is eng or nor, depending on channel). I have
>> > > 2
>> > > preferred languages; finnish as primary and english as secondary. VDR
>> > > always chooses finnish MPEG-audio as default audio track. Setting
>> > > norwegian as preferred track is not an option, as there are many
>> > > mpeg-only
>> > > channels that have norwegian audio. Setting english as primary
>> > > language
>> > > worked for such channels that have dolby track as "english" language.
>> > What about contacting the provider and asking them why they don't
>> > set the language code for the DD track correctly?
>> What if it is correctly? =)
>> So there is 2 same languages, other in MPEG (total of 4 different) and
>> other in AC3 (only one track).
> Then VDR would take the proper DD track if you have previously switched to
> a DD track ;-)
Doesn't work for me.
If i switch to CANAL+FILM:
Then I choose dolby track, then switch to canal+film2:
it selects pid 683 as default track (MPEG).
Switching back to CANAL+FILM selects finnish (653, MPEG) as default
currently i have only "fin" at preferred audio tracks. If a have "eng
fin" then it selects dolby at canal+film, but not at canal+film2,
where dolby language is "nor". And as i said earlier, puting
preferred audio as "eng nor fin" is not an option, 'cos almost every
canal digital channel has nor and fin languages.
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