On 11/17/07 00:22, Petri Helin wrote:
> Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
>> On 11/16/07 19:46, Petri Helin wrote:
>>> Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
>>>> On 11/13/07 00:12, Petri Helin wrote:
>>>>> Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
>>>>>> So VDR just displays what the provider broadcasts - unless, of course,
>>>>>> there is a bug in VDR's code, in which case you're welcome to send a
>>>>>> fix.
>>>>> Well, it seems to work with live TV, but for replay it does not. At 
>>>>> least I am unable to see any evidence of VDR looking up the language 
>>>>> codes. Is there an alternative method VDR uses when replaying compared 
>>>>> to the one used with live TV?
>>>> Please check whether the info.vdr file in your recording contains lines
>>>> like
>>>> X 3 03 ger deutsch
>>> The info.vdr contains the following:
>>> X 3 11 fin
>>> X 1 01 fin
>>> X 2 03 esl
>>> The subtitles menu contains options "No subtitles", "fin" and "50".
>> And does the "50" track actually contain subtitles?
>> If so, in what language?
>> Klaus
> Track "50" does contain Spanish subtitles and replaying them works 
> perfectly. It is just the subtitle menu option which has a wrong label.
> -Petri

Does it work if you add the line

X 3 11 esl

to the 'info.vdr' file of that recording?

As to why that line isn't in there to begin with, I don't know.
Maybe you can make some recordings and explicitly verify whether
the subtitle tracks are correctly listed in the info.vdr files.
And if they are not, try to find out why.
A good starting point for some debug output would be SetTrackDescriptions()
in vdr.c.


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