[mythtv-users] DVD rip : Ripping the wrong audio track

Rick Laity ve1gn at nb.sympatico.ca
Thu Oct 14 01:50:09 UTC 2004

On 11 Oct 2004 at 13:48, Brandon Beattie wrote:

> After trying for a few hours to get MythDVD to rip a DVD correctly I'm
> going to ask around to see if anyone else has some ideas.  I've ripped
> most of my DVD collection but there are a few DVD's that it always rips
> the wrong audio channel (ie, it saves the audio commentary track, not
> the normal audio track for the movie).  I've tried enable/disabling AC3,
> changing between various audio tracks on the DVD etc.  MPlayer
> plays/views the tracks correctly but transcode will never do anything
> except rip the commentary (ie, 50 first dates, finding nemo, are two
> examples).  I've poked around and can see the transcode command being
> logged is the same regardless of which audio track I select.  I'm
> running debian testing and the latest cvs and transcode availible.
> Thoughts, ideas?
> --Brandon
> -- 
I added -aid 128 to the mplayer settings under setup, videos settings, player 
settings.  The actual settings I use are:
mplayer -fs -zoom -quiet -vo xv %s -aid 128
This solved the problem of some of the videos playing back the French audio 


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