Set delay in the file name of an external audio?

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Post by rcoleb Wed Sep 29, 2021 10:21 pm

I have "Episode 13.mkv" in french and the english dub in "Episode 13.aac". Both are in the same folder.

When I open "Episode 13.mkv" whit MPC, the embedded french audio still by default. To prevents that I renamed "Episode 13.aac" to "Episode 13 [eng].aac" and now, the external audio file is by default, based on my language configuration.

Also, the external audio is delayed for 2 seconds. So I renamed "Episode 13 [eng].aac" to "Episode 13 [eng] DELAY -2000ms.aac", but it doesn't work.

I try uppercase, lowercase, negative number, positive number, brackets, after "[eng]", before "[eng]", whitout "[eng]", enable and disable options, but the delay doesn't change in any way.

I want to keep "mkv" and "aac" files intact. And imagine around 50 episodes whit different delays.

How can I enable this functionality? Or if you can implement it in a future version?

Thanks!

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Post by Admin Thu Sep 30, 2021 3:59 pm

That functionality does not exist and it also won't be added. Sorry.

You can set a delay in the audio switcher settings. But it will be applied to everything.

Solution is to mux the audio dub into the mkv file. Then you can specify the desired audio delay.

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Post by rcoleb Thu Sep 30, 2021 5:01 pm

Admin wrote:That functionality does not exist and it also won't be added. Sorry.

You can set a delay in the audio switcher settings. But it will be applied to everything.

Solution is to mux the audio dub into the mkv file. Then you can specify the desired audio delay.

Ok, thanks for reply! I read the MPC command "/dubdelay", so I thought that something like that could be implemented automatically. Well, then I'm going to try to mux the "aac" into a "mka" file with delay.

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