On 02.02.2010 08:04, Falk Spitzberg wrote:
> Am Montag, den 01.02.2010, 16:52 +0100 schrieb Thomas Grünig:
>> Hi Falk,
>> I had this problem too and found a solution in vdr-portal.de:
>> Goto setup/DVB and set Audio languages to 0. For me it works fine.
> Good trick. Works fine. Thanks!

Some channels don't use the language code the way it is supposed
to be used (namely to specidy the *language*), but rather use
arbitrary stuff like "2ch" or "dd". Since these are not defined
language codes, VDR doesn't recognize these when trying to select
a preferred language. That's why setting no preferred audio
language helps.

Maybe it would help if lots of people wrote to the broadcaster and
complained about this...


>> Assuming you speak german, here is the link to the vdr-portal-page:
>> http://www.vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=69467
>> Tom
>> Am 01.02.2010 14:22, schrieb Falk Spitzberg:
>>> Hello,
>>> I asked for this topic a while back. When i select Dolby audio, VDR uses
>>> the Dolby digital track on all channels but "DasErste". I know that they
>>> name their dolby track non standard and i know that i can edit the
>>> channels.conf to name the pid correctly. But for other reasons i need to
>>> turn on automatic PID update, and now I have to select the Dolby track
>>> manually, each time when i switch to that channel, because the automatic
>>> update overwrites my manual change.
>>> Is there another possibility to tell VDR to use the dd Track although it
>>> has a non standard name?
>>> Any help is greatly appreciated.

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