[Matroska-users] language bug ?

Moritz Bunkus moritz at bunkus.org
Mon Sep 13 10:57:47 CEST 2004


> When i run the simple command : mkvmerge test1.mkv -o test.mkv --language 0:abk
> mkvmerge say :
> Error: 'abk' is not a valid ISO639-2 code. See 'mkvmerge
> --list-languages' for a list of all languages and their respective
> ISO639-2 codes.

Works here. Which version are you using? Which OS?

BTW: That command line is wrong. --language and other track/file
specific options apply to the _following_ input file. So you have to
move test1.mkv to the end of the command line.


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