Makes sense.  This was a problem that always existed in Windows as well.
I suppose a plugin could do the "disassembly / reassembly" you mention.

----- Original Message ----- From: "Klaus Schmidinger" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2007 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: [vdr] Bug in selecting audio channel over digital out

Patrick Mackin wrote:
Today I noticed that when I select left or right audio channel, this
only takes effect on the analog audio out, not the digital out of my
Nexus card.  From my Nexus, I have video (yellow), audio right (red),
and audio left (white) run to my television.  I have the digital audio
out (black) run to my stereo system in another room.  When I switch to a
radio station with different broadcasts on the left and right channels,
I can select either left or right on my remote.  The audio plays fine on
the TV, but I still have the garbled mix of both channels on the digital
output.  I don't know if this is a bug in vdr or the Nexus drivers or
Nexus 2.3, 1ghz Athlon XP, 1gb RAM, VDRLive CD installed to harddrive

I don't believe it is possible to switch between left and right channel
in a digital audio track (at least not without taking the data apart
and reassembling it - which is beyond VDR).


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