Sorted just changing it to eng only the forced subtitles have displayed, great thx. The UMS.conf should look like this: mencoder_disablesubs = false forced_sub_lang = eng, mencoder_audiosublangs = eng,off...
When you browse dir and there exist subtitle file, PMS will show it with [MEncoder] tag because it found subtitles.
Cycle through the available subtitles. y and g. Step forward/backward in the subtitle list. F. Toggle displaying "forced subtitles".
Mencoder’s choice may not be what you want, and the audio will also be converted to a high quality VBR stereo MP3. Adjust any settings as you see fit.
I only rip with variable bitrate VBR. It has very good quality, but it is not surround sound.
Forces the given audio playback rate, changing video speed to keep a-v sync. MEncoder passes this value to lame for resampling.
# mencoder_hook.pl # Perl hook script for using mencoder to encode FLV with Subsonic # Renders subtitles if they exist in the same dir and with the same name as # the video and end in either .ass or .str # Usage: # Install mencoder (apt-get...
I would like to only dump subtitle entries that are marked as 'forced' from a non-forced subtitle stream in a mkv.
Display only forced subtitles for the DVD subtitle stream selected by e.g. -slang. -fribidi-charset <charset name> (FriBiDi only).
If you want to hardcode vobsub based subtitles, mencoder seems incapable of doing it, the only reliable way I’ve found thus far is to use Handbrake. Update: VLC is also capable of it if you use it from the command line.