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Old 5 Aug 2005, 10:38 AM   #1
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Hi,

Just wonder how to change the multi languages movie to single language?

I need to burn the movie with single language.

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what are you working with, an avi file?
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what are you working with, an avi file?
Mpeg 2? How? Pls help. TQ
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load the file into virtualdubmod (freeware)and post everything you see here in audio and video information.
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Use TMPGEnc. Click on File. Select MPEGTools.

Select Demultiplex. Set Type to MPEG2 Program(VBR). Select and save ONLY the video and audio streams you want to keep.

Select Multiplex. Set Type to MPEG2 Program(VBR). Select the video and audio streams you've saved. Save with a new filename.
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Use TMPGEnc. Click on File. Select MPEGTools.

Select Demultiplex. Set Type to MPEG2 Program(VBR). Select and save ONLY the video and audio streams you want to keep.

Select Multiplex. Set Type to MPEG2 Program(VBR). Select the video and audio streams you've saved. Save with a new filename.
I tried using the trial version, when selected Demultiplex, only showed 2 files, one video and one audio, so I clicked on the video, i run. Then when selected Multiplex, couldn't works cause trial version.

Any other simple program?
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Are you SURE you selected Demultiplex and not Simple Demultiplex by mistake?

I'm asking because if your MPEG has selectable audiostreams they should all appear, not just one.
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Are you SURE you selected Demultiplex and not Simple Demultiplex by mistake?

I'm asking because if your MPEG has selectable audiostreams they should all appear, not just one.
Ya. Demultiplex.

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load the file into virtualdubmod (freeware)and post everything you see here in audio and video information.
I tried this one. But dont know how to use. Can help?
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It appears that this file contains only one audiostream. Are you able to play it and select different audiostreams?
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It appears that this file contains only one audiostream. Are you able to play it and select different audiostreams?
I can play it in computer, and have 2 languages. And I switch to left or right speaker to off the other one.

But after I burned it in CD and play in player, I cant select L/R button to off the other language.

Any idea? Thanks
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I can play it in computer, and have 2 languages. And I switch to left or right speaker to off the other one.
Is this hard drive file the one you loaded into TMPGEnc, or did you use the CD that you burned?
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Is this hard drive file the one you loaded into TMPGEnc, or did you use the CD that you burned?
yes. This is the one loaded into TMPGEnc and buen to CD as well.

Originally the file is in real media VBR format , i converted to mpeg
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Originally the file is in real media VBR format , i converted to mpeg
You probably lost the ability to select the different audiostreams when you did this.

I'm not familiar with the tools available for editing Realmedia files, so I don't think I can help you to eliminate one audiostream from a Realmedia file. Sorry.
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You probably lost the ability to select the different audiostreams when you did this.

I'm not familiar with the tools available for editing Realmedia files, so I don't think I can help you to eliminate one audiostream from a Realmedia file. Sorry.
Oh! No. Too bad. Anyway, you do help me a lot. You are so helpful.
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