[vlc-devel] Re: Should MRL's allow audio/subtitle specification?
hartman at videolan.org
Mon Jan 5 11:29:46 CET 2004
There are menu's for this in almost all the interfaces.
It is indeed a little hard to find from the commandline, but i don't
think that really matters.
In a playlist the playlistitem options can be used to set a spu channel.
But again, i don't think most people use it like that.
On 05 jan 2004, at 05:26, R. Bernstein wrote:
> Now that VCD subtitles are working, I noticed it is a little awkward
> to specify what subtitle to use and have been considering adding this
> to the MRL which might for example be useful in a playlist.
> Right now one can set the subtitle via --spu-channel which is not
> listed in a simple "vlc --help", only as an "advanced" help and I'm
> not sure it should be that way. Alternatively one can change it via
> "set preferences" but oddly, saving this doesn't work since the entry
> in vlcrc is commented out.
> I also considered putting in the "open disc" menu something to specify
> the audio language and subtitle. But again this would be best done in
> conjunction with setting it in the MRL.
> Thoughts and comments?
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