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[Feature request] External audio-streams

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By dkc, Junior Member on 16th June 2014, 10:40 AM
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Please add to API ability to pass additional audio streams for video file in similar way as it done for subtitles.

sample: I have on server mp4 video file with 1 audio stram and couple mp3 files with audio in other languages.
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25th July 2014, 11:18 PM |#2  
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Smile Separate video and audio files
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Originally Posted by dkc

Please add to API ability to pass additional audio streams for video file in similar way as it done for subtitles.

sample: I have on server mp4 video file with 1 audio stram and couple mp3 files with audio in other languages.

I'd love this feature too. Especially for playing videos that have the audio and video tracks already separated (eg. m4v and m4a files of the same name). Ideally in this case the app could detect that the video file had no audio and then pick up the similarly named audio track and play that.
6th December 2015, 08:39 PM |#3  
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yes, this is the MOST WANTED feature I need for MX Player (or Pro).

I got a huge movie collection in MKV files, many of them are not packed with my native language audio stream and my littlle child is too young to read subtitles, actually I can get the native autio stream perfectly match these movies.

so now I have to repack these MKVs to enable the audio selection in MX player, this will change the original files that I cannot continue seeding them
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edit: and the external audio stream files may in the file type of MKA, DTS, AC3, etc.
Last edited by lzp729; 6th December 2015 at 08:44 PM. Reason: add types
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