[maemo-users] New, renamed version of 770-encode video converter now available

From: Andrew Flegg andrew at bleb.org
Date: Fri Nov 23 11:25:43 EET 2007
On Nov 23, 2007 4:25 AM, Brad Midgley <bmidgley at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll reask since I meant to ask on-list.
> dvd://1 and dvd://2 get the english audio, but for some reason dvd://3
> and dvd://4 came out spanish. This disk has csi-ny tv series...

It's odd since according to your lsdvd output there doesn't seem to be
a difference. tablet-encode isn't doing anything clever here (perhaps
it could[1]) but one solution is to specifically pass the "audioid"
flag to mencoder, as Luca Olivetti mentions.

However, you /don't/ need to hack the script. You can use the "-m"
option on tablet-encode to pass things through to mencoder:

    tablet-encode -m-aid -m1 dvd://3 ep3.avi

There's also -alang, but the value is dependent on the container. For
DVDs you can use 'en', for other sources it could be something else.



[1] Perhaps use the first two characters of $LANG to find the
appropriate language to use by default?

Andrew Flegg -- mailto:andrew at bleb.org  |  http://www.bleb.org/

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