[Matroska-users] Hi

Ivan Kowalenko ivan.kowalenko at gmail.com
Wed Oct 4 19:25:59 CEST 2006

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On Oct 4, 2006, at 00.10, Patrick Allard wrote:

> Hi,
> Sorry to bother you, but I was habing a problem and I can't find  
> anything regarding it on the forums. So I was wondering if you  
> could help me out. Well my problem is that every new .mkv file I  
> try to play (like animes) they always have english and japanese dub  
> and japanese subs, how can I get ride of the english dubs? I can't  
> seem to find an option to shut of english dubs. Thanks in advance.

Well, your question is just too vague. We can't tell you where the  
options for multiple audio tracks are because we don't know what  
media player you're using (personally, I recommend VLC, in which  
case, it's under the Audio Menu). However, you can only turn off the  
Dubbing *IF* there is an alternate (in this case, Japanese) audio  
track in the file as well. If there is no alternate audio track,  
you're out of luck. MKV may be useful, but it can't create tracks out  
of nothingness.

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