Solved Label Addtional Audio/Subtitle Tracks
#1
is there a way to or ability to add it in were multiple audio/subtitle tracks be labeled and not just by language wither it is internal or external i.e. being able to identify commentary tracks for example

i.e. it could be pulled from the file name i.e.

Movie Title.bluray.eng.Commentary Track.m4a
Movie Title.bluray.eng.Commentary Track.srt
Movie Title.bluray.m4v

or a tag in the nfo that could be read into the database
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#2
You mean something like this... https://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid...pid2861861
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#3
looks good if it also works for audio streams
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#4
Never tried with Audio streams. It is possible that feature was removed with Karaoke back in v17

Why not just remux your audio streams into the file using MKVToolNix. It is quick and simple.
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(2020-07-03, 02:42)Karellen Wrote: Never tried with Audio streams. It is possible that feature was removed with Karaoke back in v17

Why not just remux your audio streams into the file using MKVToolNix. It is quick and simple.

they are not mkv files; but even if i do that, will kodi read the labels of the audio tracks if mkv even stores labels for audio? thats the whole goal so when i am looking at the drop down list of audio channels i can see audio commentary, director comments etc. what ever the stream is not just the language name?
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(2020-07-03, 19:28)seanfletcher255 Wrote: but even if i do that, will kodi read the labels of the audio tracks if mkv even stores labels for audio?
Yes

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cool consider this closed!
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