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Windows 7: Change Audio Language in Media center player ?

17 Jan 2013   #1
Airbander

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Change Audio Language in Media center player ?

Hello.


I am sure we do have this subject cover but in search i cant find it so here you go again.


my setup is windows 7 64bit with Media player as default player and Media Center player as default for Media center. in my pc i also have Media player classic home theater with codecs packs Shark 007 updated to the last one Today. Everything is working fine expect for some reason, some of MKV H264 files of movies have non-English language as default language. and English as second language for voice or audio.



Example: some movies will have french or Dutch or Spanish. Normally i have to delete these 8GB or 16 GB file and re get it from a different source or open the movie folder with Media player classic and then go to language and check English to play the movie.


As some Google search suggested using a plugin for media center " Media control "





: Guide: Setting up Media Control - Media Browser Community Tracker


I tried it and it failed not working for me here are the screen shots



https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4mfvlwgpwgj290z/GzS6YC31wz


MY Question:
how to make all movies to default to English


Thank you very much


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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17 Jan 2013   #2
Airbander

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hello i got it fixed and working fine
i was not able to find media control 64bit online but i found few copies of media control saved in my programs and software folder installed 32 bit and 64 bit worked like charm

Thank you
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