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Old 25th August 2005
Tizio Tizio is offline
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I tried in different manners, and the only one working is to use BSI/INI files.
I created a .bsi file (eg.: "Movie.bsi") and wrote this strings in it:
Code:
[Main]
Version=1.00

[Movie]
Directory=C:\MOVIE_PATH\
FName=Movie_Name.ogm

[Options]
Audio=4
where C:\MOVIE_PATH\ is the path where the movie is placed (if the movie is in the same folder as the one where the .bsi file resides, you only have to put a dot. eg.: Directory=.), Movie_Name.ogm is the file name of the movie.
For the audio info, I put Audio=4 since this is the list of Audio streams that BSplayer gave me:
Stream 1
-- Ogm streams --
Sound English
Sound Japanese

and the fourth line is Sound Japanese. If you have Japanese audio as fifth line, then put Audio=5 in the bsi file.

Note: to visualize the audio streams list in BSplayer, right-click on the movie window, then a menu will pop-up. Now select "Audio -> Audio streams" and there you can see which are your audio streams.

I hope this can help you, anyway I think that there is a bug in BSplayer, since if you set 4 as default audio stream in Audio settings, BSplayer should reproduce the fourth audio stream in the same way as you pass this info by bsi files...

Bye
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