[FFmpeg-user] Sony XAVC transcoding
Carl Eugen Hoyos
cehoyos at ag.or.at
Wed Jun 19 09:49:52 CEST 2013
Wayne Poll <WPoll <at> nhnz.tv> writes:
> The actual problem turned out to be Quick Time, which
> is misreporting the actual output from ffmpeg.
I am not so sure.
FFmpeg does mark the second to the eighth audio stream
"mute" (actually non-default) because this is what most
users need: They mix several language tracks into one
mov file and they are unhappy if all languages are
played together which is what QuickTime does if they
are all set to "default" (which is what you need).
Your original report was correct afaict.
My question is: Why is amerge not working for your use
case? (Note that you would have to add an option to
make all tracks default in any case, imo we should not
change the current default case. The option does not
exist yet, mostly because I still don't understand
the use case completely.)
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