Gswiss -> Dual language audio (6/2/2006 2:10:18 PM)
I have an AVI file which is a movie recorded in Spanish and Englsih. When I watch it using Media Player Classic or VLC I have the option of listening to Track 1 or 2 for Spanish or English respectively. When I convert it to a VOB video file using Cucusoft AVI to DVD 7.07 or Ulead DVD Movie Factory, the dual track feature disappears and I can only obtain the Spanish version whether I like it or not using PowerDVD. How can I maintain the dual track feature on the DVD output?
emperor -> RE: Dual language audio (6/9/2006 3:51:02 AM)
Probably you need to extract the two audio tracks before authoring to DVD, inside DVD authoring software add both audio tracks so you can hear them
Gswiss -> RE: Dual language audio (6/17/2006 10:51:52 AM)
Thanks. It worked
finovotny -> RE: Dual language audio (7/14/2006 3:08:34 PM)
I've got a similar problem, Gswiss (might even be the same avi :)) - but I can't find a programme that will rip the 2nd audio stream, which is the one I want. Can I ask which programme you used to rip the audio before reauthoring to DVD? Ta.
alexmacris -> RE: Dual language audio (7/22/2006 6:13:31 AM)
Gswiss -> RE: Dual language audio (8/12/2006 3:50:12 PM)
Sorry for my delay in replying but I don't appear to have been notified that you had a question for me.
I used VirtualDubMod for the demuxing. However, I used Avi2DVD to select the track I actually wanted when I was not interested in dual track.