Selecting audio strems in 1.4

Asked by alkemyst on 2013-05-28

Bonjour,
I'm working with ubuntu 13.04 and I used to find the audio stream selection in the 1.3 series under "audio". I upgraded to 1.4 (where the interlacing rendering is much better), but I cannot find the audio stream selection anywhere (I browsed through the code too and I did not find it).
Is this a feature that was dropped in moving to vlc? Is it going to be resotred in fugure versions of me-tv?

Thanks
Stefano

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Frédéric Côté (frederic-cote) said :
#1

HI Stefano,

This featured was drop when moving to VLC. Since there is no active
developer working on me-tv, I don't see the moment when it will be back.

Cheers,
Fred

On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 5:06 PM, alkemyst <
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> New question #229802 on Me TV:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/me-tv/+question/229802
>
> Bonjour,
> I'm working with ubuntu 13.04 and I used to find the audio stream
> selection in the 1.3 series under "audio". I upgraded to 1.4 (where the
> interlacing rendering is much better), but I cannot find the audio stream
> selection anywhere (I browsed through the code too and I did not find it).
> Is this a feature that was dropped in moving to vlc? Is it going to be
> resotred in fugure versions of me-tv?
>
> Thanks
> Stefano
>
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Thomas Raschbacher (lordvan-lordvan) said :
#2

Hi.

I never needed this, but I do have one workaround for you:
Since me-tv records the whole transport stream, you can record and then use vlc ,mplayer,.. to play it and select the desired audio track then.
Of course this is only a solution if you don't use it permanently.

Can you help with this problem?

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