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Audio Behaviours Overhaul #2129

sr55 opened this issue Jun 1, 2019 · 2 comments


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commented Jun 1, 2019

Given we have a few requests for Audio behaviour enhancements so I'm rolling this into a single overhaul / improvement ticket.

Audio Behaviours:

  • Change the bitrate entry to per-channel rather than per-track (#2084)
  • Add "Prefer highest channel count source" to the "Track selection behaviour" dropdown or maybe as an additional checkbox. (#2128)
  • Optionally passthru audio track name metadata?


  • Windows UI
  • Mac UI
  • Linux UI

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commented Jun 8, 2019

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#2128 (comment)

I think my point was slightly different. I wan't questioning which track is to select if multiple are found, I was just suggesting that if 2CH is selected by default and this is to be changed manually to another track the output preferences should be "reconsidered" every time a souce track is manually selected, not only at the import stage.

About you point instead (which is a very good one), where e.g. the 2CH is the main track and the 5.1 the commentary: perhaps in a simplistic but effective way it's a good idea to present a pop-up if both the conditions below are met:

  • more than 1 audio track is found in the source
  • the audio preferences are not returning a single track to be used (e.g. 2CH and 5CH both in English)

that would immediately, exclusively, drag attention to the audio preferences. e.g. manual intervention is needed.


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commented Jun 11, 2019

Maybe also the "Prefer Passthru" idea on: #735: Audio bitrate adjustments if rate above threshold?

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