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Old 11 Feb 2009, 04:19 AM   #1
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Default Incorrect audio and subtitle designation

A DVD shows Greek (el) instead of English (en) in both audio and subtitle streams. Can this be corrected ?
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Old 11 Feb 2009, 08:19 AM   #2
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PgcEdit is the best tool for this and the Domain Streams Attributes section is what you need.

Version 9.2 hasn't been released yet but check out the latest draft of this section of the new manual for assistance.


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Many thanks for your reply, Wombler. The audio and subpic selector buttons are deactivated (greyed out) in the (Title) Domain Stream Attributes window - why would this be ? (There is only one audio and one subpic stream)
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You can't do this via clicking DOmain Attributes from the PGC Editor window (that only views them). From the main GUI, Ctrl-a and you can edit the stream IDs.

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Many thanks for your reply, Les, the problem's fixed - what a great feeling that first successful manipulation! As you can see I am a complete Newbie; the PgcEdit Web site lists a number of educational tools, but with a precautionary note that some are out of date. I am starting with Public_P_PgcEdit_Guide, but would be grateful for your guidance as to whether this is a judicious choice given the preceding reservation.

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@VRYK

I've been without Internet access for the last few days but I see Blutach has kindly filled in.

With regard to the guides, some are more out of date than others but they're all still informative so check them all out and see what you think is relevant to your own needs.

The new PgcEdit manual is due out very soon and has been vastly updated. You can access the final draft here in the meantime.


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That manual is pretty much final. The last changes were verrrry minor and were made a week ago.

AFAIK, it will be bundled with 9.2

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