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En Adobe Encoder, al pasar una película de DVD con varios idiomas a mp4, uniendo los vob de la carpeta video_ts, no sé cómo elegir el idioma español, y acaba saliendo una mezcla de idiomas o solo en inglés.
Por ejemplo, una primera parte en inglés y el resto en español.
El mp4 en sí está bien formado y de una calidad aceptable, pero no resulta útil por lo dicho.
He probado todo lo que se me ha ocurrido, pero en las opciones de audio solo es posible elegir entre: mono, estéreo y 5.1.
En fin, si alguien conoce alguna solución y la comparte le estaré agradecido.
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Hello - I translated your question but your need is not clear to me. Did you rip a DVD and are trying to make changes to contents, or creating new DVD? An .mp4 file is never used for DVD, must be MPEG-2 DVD.
Hi, and thanks for your interest...
I try to convert an existent DVD (format "vob" in "video_ts" folder) to other format, in this case "mp4" mpeg-4: for iPad or similar, p. ej.
The result is correct, the video mp4 is perfect and looks well, but, before, I can't choose between english language and spanish language (both languages are included in the DVD) and the video is in english in any case or mixed spanish - english in other; but the mp4 is not in spanish only...
I know my English is not as good...!
Your English in fine and I understand now. The Adobe products are not really meant to reverse-engineer a DVD to another format, although you can import .vob files into Premiere for editing. Unfortunately, that does not really give you control of selecting particular audio tracks for example.
I just did a web search for "dvd rip software" and found many options, most of which are free. You do have to be careful when downloading and installing such software to avoid getting a virus or spyware. Often during installation, there might be a box that is checked which will add a "browser or search helper" for instance - UNcheck the box in that case!
One promising solution looks to be VLC Media Player. This is a software I use myself and did not know that it had ripping capabilities. It is a free download and does not include any spyware, this one is legitimate.
Here is the link to the ripping instructions, which say you can choose which audio to use - How to rip DVDs for free with VLC
I hope this helps you
Have you solved the doubts I had...