Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #3622, comment 20


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Oct 24, 2015, 12:45:42 AM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #3622, comment 20

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    44I work with many people facing this same issue. It's surprising to me that the FFmpeg developers would introduce a behavior like this without any mechanism of control, to satisfy one user's request: https://trac.ffmpeg.org/ticket/2626
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    6 That said, per the attached screen shot (AlternateTrack.png), the issue here is that the audio tracks are being created as alternates to each other, so there is no way to enable all created audio tracks, and save, unless you remove the Alternate assignment in QuickTime Player 7 (Pro). This behavior makes a major assumption that your audio content is alternative ie. languages that need to be switched, instead of perhaps stereo, 5.1, and M&E across 3 audio tracks of the QuickTime file. Is there any plan to fix this?
     6That said, per the attached screen shot (https://trac.ffmpeg.org/attachment/ticket/3622/AlternateTrack.png), the issue here is that the audio tracks are being created as alternates to each other, so there is no way to enable all created audio tracks, and save, unless you remove the Alternate assignment in QuickTime Player 7 (Pro). This behavior makes a major assumption that your audio content is alternative ie. languages that need to be switched, instead of perhaps stereo, 5.1, and M&E across 3 audio tracks of the QuickTime file. Is there any plan to fix this?