#718 Wrong audio language labels and wrong stream order

General
closed-fixed
nobody
None
5
2014-05-04
2013-05-19
Sjako
No

I'm using MeGUI's One Click Encoder to encode a 1080i h264 DVB recording (.ts) to 720p mkv. Before feeding the file to MeGUI, I pull it through Cypheros TSDoctor to make sure the file has no problems/errors. This all goes fine and MeGUI has no problems.

On some files though I choose to reorder the audio streams in TSDoctor, which seems to change the "StreamOrder" value in the TS file. This is when MeGUI is showing the problem: although I think the TSDoctor output is fine, MeGUI produces a file with wrong audio stream order and wrong audio language labels!

An example:

The file going in to MeGUI (the order is as the StreamOrder value reports):
audio1: AC3 - English
audio2: MP2 - Dutch
audio3: AC3 - Dutch

I configured MeGUI's One Click Encoder to make sure this order is preserved.

The file coming out of MeGUI (the order is as the StreamOrder value reports):
audio1: The Dutch MP2 wrongly marked as English!
audio2: AC3 - Dutch
audio3: The English AC3 wrongly marked as Dutch!

As you can see above, the file MeGUI produces has wrong audio stream order and wrong language labels.

Below's a zip with a sample file, log and intermediate files which can be used to reproduce the issue.

[URL=https://www.dropbox.com/s/ovwy1mkf9htgoqs/20130519%20Wrong%20audio%20language%20labels%20and%20wrong%20stream%20order.7z?v=0rc-s]20130519 Wrong audio language labels and wrong stream order.7z[/url]

Discussion

  • Zathor

    Zathor - 2013-05-21
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Sjako

    Sjako - 2013-05-21

    Looks like it's fixed! Thank you.

     
  • Zathor

    Zathor - 2013-12-30
    • status: pending --> closed-fixed
     

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