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Multiple audio tracks while Blu-Ray or DVD authoring

In regards to Blu-Ray or DVD authoring, will Nero ever support multiple audio tracks? (for example, a 2 channel and a 5.1 channel track on the same movie with a viewer option)
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  • First: What sense make a 2 channel and a 5.1 channel track?
    A 5.1 track can also be playback in 2 channel mode.

    Second: Of cause this is on the list of wanted features - but the list is long.. And will not be easy to handle in the GUI. So: It could be.
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    I love Nero Recode 2014, the Blu-Ray to MKV is a great way to compress a large movie file into a smaller playback format without sacrificing video quality.
    However, I'm having a lot of issues with the multiple audio files associated with the Blu-Ray and have found the Recode to incorrectly identify the correct audio tracks.
    Even the preview feature gets it wrong, and you find a Castilian sound track being the English one intended! It's not until after the burn, you playback and figure out the incorrect audio was copied.
    Any way to improve on this; my workaround is to copy ALL the audio tracks, but quite often on playback, I get say track 5 out of 7-8 which is the actual audio I want!
    Many thanks.
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  • This problem with selecting the audio track is well known. I recommend that you send an e-mail to tech support just to add fuel to the fire.
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    I am also having this problem with recoding DVDs. I have not been able to find the right track to turn off directors commentary. So far I just keep selecting different options hoping I'll get the right one. The preview does not help as it seems like I got it right and after recoding I'll watch the end product and hear the commentary again.
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  • The best software for recoding or ripping, cloning, and copying full disc, main movie, split and merge to DVD and, also recode, clone and copy Blue-rays to DVD is called:

    DVDFab 9 Platinum. It doesn't have any problems with the audio or subtitle tracks, and it recodes to MKV, AVI, FLV, M2TS, MP4, TS, VOB, WMV and MKV and MP4 Passthrough. The quality is excellent, but remember the quality depends on your hardware. My CPU is the Intel i7 4770K, and my RAM is the Corsair Vengeance DDR3 4 x 4gb 16gb.

    Of course, my analysis is comparing the bang for the buck. DVDFab 9 Platinum is way cheaper than any Nero or Roxio product.
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  • I have had better experience with Pavtube Bytecopy for backing up movies with audio/sub-title tracks across languages. Best use case is the movie "Das Boot"... great movie that is best watched in native German language (audio) with English sub-titles.
    The Blu Ray also has an English dubbed version which is not as good experience for a WWII movie from a German perspective.

    Took a few attempts with Bytecopy to perfect this, but I got the German and English audio tracks along with English subtitles.
    Nero Recode is great standard for creating MP4s from Blu-Ray, but I have other movies, such as Marvels The Avengers, that are missing forced subtitles in scenes when foreign languages (Russian/Hindi) are spoken. ByteCopy was better with this - and picture quality was as good.
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  • Here is the message I got from Support regarding this issue. Please take a moment and follow through with these instructions so that support will actually realize that this is a serious issue affecting a lot of people.
    The problem you describe can have several causes. As a result, we require specific information for further analysis.
    Please send us the following information:

    1. A step-by-step description on how you proceeded.
    2. A Screenshot displaying your problem.
    3. The NeroSupport.cab log archive.
    4. The output of the tool “BD Checker”
    5. Information on your source video file.
    6. Information on your hardware.

    1.
    A step-by-step description on how you proceeded.

    Please explain in detail how you proceeded. Which application of Nero did you use, and what were you trying to do?

    2.
    A screenshot displaying your problem.

    To enable us to analyze the problem, we need a screenshot, which will support us in finding a solution.

    You will find detailed instructions on how to create a screenshot on our website:
    http://www.nero.com/eng/show-faq.html...

    3.
    The NeroSupport.cab log archive.

    Click the following link to download the "GetSupportFiles.zip" file to your hard drive:

    http://www.nero.com/link.php?topic_id...

    Extract the zipped file on your hard drive using WinZip or WinRAR. Start the tool by double-clicking the EXE-file.
    -> The "C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe" window opens.
    The tool may take several minutes.
    You can track the single steps in the displayed window.

    After the tool has successfully run you will find a file named "NeroSupport.cab" on your desktop.

    Please send us this file as an e-mail attachment.

    Additionally, we would like to point out some details of the "GetSupportFiles" tool.

    The following information will be gathered:
    - All available log files of different Nero applications.
    - System information gathered by the Windows tool "MSInfo32".
    - Information on the installed DirectX version. For this, the Windows application "DXDiag" will be used.
    - The "SchedLgU.txt" log file. This file contains information on currently scheduled tasks (e.g. the JobScheduler in Nero BackItUp).
    - Extracts from the registry:
    a. Information on the settings with which Nero applications run.
    b. Information on how the CD/DVD drives have been installed.

    Please note:
    If the "GetSupportFiles" tool crashes then simply start it again.
    When the tool is started again it will automatically recognize the particular program that caused the crash. As a result, that diagnostics program will be omitted.

    4. The output of the tool “BD Checker”

    Click the following link to download the "BDChecker.zip" file to your hard drive:

    http://www.nero-mirror.com/support/BD...

    Extract the zipped file on your hard drive using WinZip or WinRAR. Start the tool by double-clicking the EXE-file.(BDChecker.exe)
    -> The "BDChecker" window opens.
    Click the “Check” button at the bottom of the window.

    After the tool has successfully run please copy and paste the displayed results into your answer e-mail.

    5. Information on your source video file.

    a. Where does the source video file come from?
    From an original store bought BD-ROM (if so, please indicate the exact title), a downloaded video file from the Internet, recorded with a standalone recorder, a recording from a TV capture card, a camcorder,...?

    b. Is the source video file saved on your hard drive or is it accessed from a Blu-Ray Disk (or another external device)?

    c. If you created/converted the video file by yourself from another file:
    Which format did the original file have? Can you play the original file without any problems?

    d. Does the error occur with other video files in this format as well or just with this particular video file? When you play back video files in other formats, do you also get a bad picture quality?

    e. Can you play back the video file on your PC? If you can, which player is used? (WinDVD, PowerDVD, ...)

    f. What kind of audio Format do you use ( DTS, Dolby True HD...)?

    6.
    Information on your hardware.

    a. How is your monitor/TV connected to your PC (AGB, DVI, HDMI..)?
    In case you use a PC monitor, please indicate the exact type and manufacturer.

    b. How is the audio track put out (SPDIF, directly to PC speakers, AV-Receiver)?
    In case you use an AV receiver, please indicate the exact type and manufacturer.

    Should you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us again.

    Best Regards
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