[vdr] Channels with different language on L/R channels

Tomas Prybil vdrmail at prybil.se
Sat Mar 26 17:23:01 CET 2005

Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> Tomas Prybil wrote:
>> ...
>>>> I mean version 1.3.22 that to me have the new functionality 
>>>> regarding the ability to choose specific sound channel. By enabling 
>>>> I mean when I actually select order of preferred sound tracks. If I 
>>>> strip the AudioLanguages = sve eng from setup.conf I assume that 
>>>> languge track handling is *disabled* and back to old behaviour.
>>> This setting merely controls which audio track gets selected when you
>>> initially switch to a channel. Once at that channel, you can always
>>> bring up the Audio menu and switch between the various audio tracks,
>>> with either the Up/Down keys (for the different audio PIDs) or 
>>> Left/Right
>>> (in case a track has two different languages on both stereo channels).
>>> Maybe you just need to select a different audio track with Up/Down.
>> No,
>> The specific channels that goes silent doesn't show ANY sound tracks 
>> if I bring up the audio menu!
>> That's why I removed the AudioLanguages and everything went back to 
>> "normal". That's why i brought the subject earlier and if there was 
>> any possibilites to get some debug information from the streams to 
>> display what kind of streams it could find.
> Hmmm, I can't see why setting preferred audio languages would result in 
> having
> no entries in the Audio menu.
> I guess you'll need to do some debugging in menu.c, 
> cDisplayTracks::cDisplayTracks()
> and SetTrackDescriptions() to find out why this behaves differently in 
> both cases.
OK, I'll need some help here.
Some of the channels doesn't make it to cDisplayTracks when the Audio 
menu is called upon. Looking at SetTrackDescriptions doesn't give me 
much clue.


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