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

From: Brad Midgley bmidgley at gmail.com
Date: Fri Nov 23 16:58:27 EET 2007

That was a good idea to look at mencoder. For some reason it gets the
wrong audio track sometimes. I think this might be best for a dvd and
it works on that problematic title:

tablet-encode -m -alang -m en -2 -p average dvd://4 out.avi


On Nov 23, 2007 6:54 AM, Luca Olivetti <luca at ventoso.org> wrote:
> En/na Marius Gedminas ha escrit:
> >> Well, in my case it isn't: I have some vdr recordings that are spanish
> >> (first language) and english (second), and with no track specified
> >> mencoder selects the second one (english). Hard coding "-aid 0" solved
> >> my problem.
> >
> > I'm just wondering, does mencoder read ~/.mplayer/config?  And do you
> > perchance have alang = en in it?
> I hadn't thought of that, but, no, neither /etc/mplayer/mplayer.conf nor
> ~/.mplayer/config have an alang option (well, the first one it has, as
> an example, but it is commented out).
> And even if it'd matter for dvds, I doubt it would for vdr recordings
> since I don't think that the recording itself carries information about
> the language name, just the ids (I may be wrong though).
> Bye
> --
> Luca
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