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Default audio track in Encore

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Hello guys,

 

I am creating a Blu-ray with three audio tracks (German, English and Spanish).

What do I have to do that German audio is selected by default?

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Default audio track in Encore

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Hello guys,

 

I am creating a Blu-ray with three audio tracks (German, English and Spanish).

What do I have to do that German audio is selected by default?

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In the Preferences.

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You mean Preferences/Timeline and then audio and subtitle language? What about, when the subtitle should be off by default? What do I have to select then?

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If there is no subtitle added to the timeline it wont show in the end product.

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In the "specify link" options, you can specify subtitles as "off."

 

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Yes, that,'s right Stan Jones. I have 3 audio tracks and 5 subtitles. I could go into my created subtitle menu and select "off" before starting the movie. That works so far. But I have a problem, when the disc menu starts the first time and I select "start movie". Then the movie starts with a subtitle. I want that it starts without subtitle without that I have to select "off" in the subtitle menu before.

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In the Flowchart tab, select the disk. In the Properties Panel, you will find Set Audio and Set Subtitle. You can set the default audio TRACK and subtitles to "Off."

 

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Yes, it works. Thank you Stan.

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