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kamransoomro84 11-30-2005 09:21 AM

Changing audio track in Media Player Classic
 
Hi. I wanted to know how I can change the audio track in Media Player Classic. I simply cannot find a way to do it.

bulliver 11-30-2005 02:12 PM

I have never used this, but judging by this screenshot:
http://sourceforge.net/project/scree...2303&ssid=9259

looks like you press the ">>" button.

Am I missing something?

kamransoomro84 12-01-2005 04:09 AM

Nope. That's not it.

Mega Man X 12-01-2005 04:59 AM

I don't think peoples actually understand your question. Are you trying to, for example, change songs track in a play list or change the audio output of a DVD film? I really am not sure what you are asking for... :\

phil.d.g 12-01-2005 05:58 AM

I thought Media Player Classic didn't support playlists, only one song/film at a time

smicer 12-01-2005 06:00 AM

could any body please provide a linux redhat 9.2 cds for me to install as it is impossible to lay hands on them down here. please

bulliver 12-01-2005 07:46 AM

Quote:

I thought Media Player Classic didn't support playlists, only one song/film at a time
Well I guess that answers the question then ;)

Quote:

could any body please provide a linux redhat 9.2 cds
1. Don't highjack threads. Very rude...
2. Redhat 9.2 is an old unsupported OS.
3. You may not be able to find it at all due to (2).

kamransoomro84 12-01-2005 09:30 AM

Well, Media Player Classic does support playlists. Press Ctrl+7 to bring up the playlist. And I'm trying to change the audio output of a DVD. Like you may have the same DVD in English, French, Dutch etc. How can I change that?

kamransoomro84 12-01-2005 11:22 PM

Come on people. I need a reply here.

OldClay 10-21-2007 01:45 PM

"Tab" Navigate> Audio-Language >English
>French
>Spanish
>?????

I'm gonna' need a ton of help portin' that over.


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