[Matroska-users] DVDSanta problem
ivan.kowalenko at gmail.com
Fri Dec 7 18:32:18 CET 2007
On Dec 6, 2007, at 07.55, jodie phillips wrote:
> Hello. I am trying to convert an MKV video to a DVD format to burn
> but I'm having a problem.
> When I go to add the file in DVD Santa I get an "Unsupported Audio
> Stream" message, then it says "Unable to open..."
Looks like DVD Santa doesn't like Vorbis. First thing I'd do is make
sure your Vorbis codec is up to date. I'm not familiar with Windows,
so I don't know if 184.108.40.206 is the latest. If that doesn't work, you
might have to convert the audio to something else. I'd suggest using a
lossless codec. I'd say FLAC, but I don't know if DVD Santa supports
that, so I'm going to go with WAV (48 KHz, 16-bit Stereo). Everything
can read that.
> I opened the matroska diagnostic, and got this log file.
> Matroska file info : Intro and Credits.mkvFile size : 8.09 MB
> Track 2 : Audio
> • Codec : Vorbis (A_VORBIS)
> • Possible filter : CoreVorbis
> • Installed : yes, in F:\WINDOWS\System32\CoreVorbis.ax (220.127.116.11)
> • Link : http://corevorbis.corecodec.org
> • Language : Undetermined (und)
> • Sampling Frequency : 48000
> • Channels : 2
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