View Full Version : mkv/ogm/vob two audio tracks... how do we get the other ones while converting?
you know how these formats support more then one track of audio and more then one subtitle.
when we convert these files. the options that are set of them only show up (i.e:the first track with no subtitle when you start it on VLC... thats how it will show when converted)
so then, understanding that currently this player only supports the basic one track, one deal formats. Are there any programs that can bring out the second track and not the first for playback as well as the subtitles hidden inside the mkv/ogm file?
sorry for my english, i dont understand to all what you said
It is possible to play these files in every player if you use this:
it will allow you select track (when you click to tray icon)
I know, I have CCCP for that. but I mean selecting a track to convert to the D2 plus the subtitles... is there a program for that? I haven't seen any on this board.
example:the japanese audio track is first of the two along with no subtitle. if I want these, I have to set the options on VLC. Fine and dandy, but how do I convert so I can play track two (the english track) on the D2? and how do I get the subtitles (not that i need it for english, but vice versa) that are directly in the file to play properly (or at all) on the D2?
I've tried converting an MKV file. only to get the english with no subtitles. thats fine for me, but what if I want the Japanese with subtitles from that MKV file? what do I do?
Try this guide:
anything else? anything easy? the program was total garbge (restrections on where I can place my file = no freedom = not using)
plus those people who write that progam are too... weird for my tastes...
honestly how hard is it to get the second track or subtitles instead of the first? these programs make it seem more compaltcated then it should be, same goes to the whole damn video converting stuff for snycing
nice program for anvanced users... but thats not who I am.
I need something simple... like WinFF only with the option to select one of the two tracks, and xvid mp3 with the resized 320X240 option, of course the fine syncing freedom to put the file where I want and workable with any format.
anything simple with those opinons? not having to intstall extra useless crap on the side,rediclous options or not having crummy interfaces?
I knew you where going to say that.
comon, well how hard is it to make one? and how rediclous is it that H.264 is apperently a bitch to convert awhile winff handles it fine. and HOW rediclous is it that the only thing that stops you from converting is the "command line being too long?"
otherwise I'd give that program another shot (which I have, I'm running the third instead of the fourth and I find it better, but still dumb with that stupid restrection... plus H.264)
is there anyway to get rid of that "folder/filename command line" restrection? thats about the only REAL problem with alltoavi. so far it does its job alright, but MAN thats really a pain, I should be able to put it where I want and name it whatever the hell its already named without having to shorten it (and then renaming again)
didn't read this article, not planning to,
I have little time.
but if it can help:
Try gordian knot; or autoGK.
Otherwise use Dr. DivX 2.0 OSS from the labs.divx website
is there anyway to get rid of that "folder/filename command line" restrection?
Rename the videofile - make it shorter, and put it in like C:\VIDEO folder.
my application can do it since version 2.7, but use minimally 2.8, because 2.7 is extremely buggy
here is the thread about it:
[URL]http://www.iaudiophile.net/forums/showthread.php?t=15620 (http://jakubsloup.cz/iPhone%20Video%20And%20Subtitle%20Converter/iPhone%20Video%20And%20Subtitle%20Converter%202.8. rar)
is there anything else? or is there any easy way to contact the alltoavi programmer?
What i do to convert h264 avc mkv's:
Use megUI to create avs script.
load script into virtualdubmod to convert video to xvid.
load original mkv into virtualdubmod in order to demux the audio (mp3 or ac3)
load a new virtualdubmod, add the xvid video, and add the audio through the streamlist. Select "direct copy" for the compression method of both the audio and the video, and viola, you have it.
as for the subtitles i usually use mkvExtrackGUI to extract the subs, then convert it to srt, and just leave it in the same folder as the video file. But you can re-encoded into the video with virtualdubmod using the textSub filter etc..
It can be done a lot easier, but that's how i've been doing it -__-.
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