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Add languages to audio tracks
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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile Registrantwintermute115
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Another example: White by Krzysztof Kieslowski. The majority of the dialogue is in Polish (about 75% at a rough guess), and yet the audio track is listed as "French". This is on the DVD box itself, so it would be against the rules to list it in DVDPro as anything else, yet how does it make sense to say that this is "French" audio?

And when I get my copy back I need to check the credits to see if the current "original title" (in French, like the other parts of the trilogy) is correct, or if it should be in Polish. But that's another matter.
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http://www.invelos.com/Forums.aspx?task=viewtopic&topicid=118549&PageNum=LAST&x=#LASTPOST
In these post is request sing along subtitles.
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I will say one new thing, with the superior capacity of HD formats, now some disc carry many more number of language, comparating with the dvd.

Think tha USA edition of Harry Potter is no region, is the same disc that spain and has not only habitual languajes, has also catalonian!
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Another example: White by Krzysztof Kieslowski. The majority of the dialogue is in Polish (about 75% at a rough guess), and yet the audio track is listed as "French". This is on the DVD box itself, so it would be against the rules to list it in DVDPro as anything else, yet how does it make sense to say that this is "French" audio?

And when I get my copy back I need to check the credits to see if the current "original title" (in French, like the other parts of the trilogy) is correct, or if it should be in Polish. But that's another matter.

The "correct" audio setting for the original audio of "Blanc" would be "Other" at the moment (as any other multi language audio track) no matter what's written on the cover.
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Since 3.5 is around the corner, I'd like to bump up this thread hoping that the languages in this thread get added to the list of audio tracks and subtitles. I think that this post has a more or less complete list of wished languages.

Additionally the language "mixed languages" should be added for those cases when there is not a single main language in the original audio (e.g. Jim Jarmusch's "Night on Earth", Cédric Klapisch's "L' Auberge espagnole", and Krzysztof Kieslowski's "Bialy/Blanc/White"). Of course multiple languages per track would even be better. But that would be a bigger program change for a small number of films.
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I need Serbia and Montenegro for Kusturika's produced films.

And I need Colombia also for La vendedora de Rosas: http://spanish.imdb.com/title/tt0157154/ Very interest film for children living in street.
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Please consider including Portuguese-BR (Brasillian) and Portuguese-PT (Iberian) in the subtitle selection as those 2 languages differ considerably and it's becoming very common that RA BD discs include PT-BR and European releases PT-PT...
Some Blu-rays even include both languages so please take that into consideration for 3.5.
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Since 3.5 is around the corner, I'd like to bump up this thread hoping that the languages in this thread get added to the list of audio tracks and subtitles. I think that this post has a more or less complete list of wished languages.

Additionally the language "mixed languages" should be added for those cases when there is not a single main language in the original audio (e.g. Jim Jarmusch's "Night on Earth", Cédric Klapisch's "L' Auberge espagnole", and Krzysztof Kieslowski's "Bialy/Blanc/White"). Of course multiple languages per track would even be better. But that would be a bigger program change for a small number of films.


Let's hope this feature is coming in 4.0...
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Everything is sooooo predictable.

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Somebody remenbers where is reuqested country origin. I need Uruguay for one film.
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There have been several discussions on this issue, e.g.
here
here
here
and here.
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In new beta thai is added like audio. I think is moment to remenber these post for added all request languajes.
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In new beta thai is added like audio. I think is moment to remenber these post for added all request languajes.

I have to say it, FH. Uruguay for ONE film. Use other. We have ONE film that has a Thermian Audio track.

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New Beta, African is in audio, in subs is serabia and tibetan.

I reflot to remenber there are more laguage request.

Someone, if can, updated request language list, please.
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New Beta, African is in audio, in subs is serabia and tibetan.


Just a technical correction: the language added is Afrikaans.  It one of the around 2,000 African languages. 

(On the side, almost 60% of African languages are under threat of extinction.  Africa is the most language diverse continent in the world, but unfortunately many governments do not realise the importance of preserving the indigenous languages. But this is not limited to Africa; some estimates say that up to 90% of the 6,000 languages of the world are endangered.)
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