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    Does anyone know if there is a way to change audio tracks within the PS3? Some m2ts files that I stream from my pc have multiple audio tracks and play in different language. I've tried muxing and only keeping the DTS HD track but after doing this I get no audio at all.
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    You should be able to cycle through the audio tracks using the audio option. If not, simply change the default audio stream in the files themselves.
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    How does one go about that?
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    The audio options are in the PS3 setup menu.
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  5. What are you using to stream the video to the PS3?? I use Tversity and I'm not sure how you would switch the audio being streamed or if it can be done when you have multiple audio tracks. I usually use a program called TsMuxer to remove all the extra language files and the extras and then remux just the video and the audio track I want to keep. The PS3 can't handle the DTS track at this time and it will have to be converted to AC3. There is a program called eac3to which will extract the video streams and convert the audio for you. If the video stream is VC-1 then that is a whole different ball of wax. It will need to be converted to AVCHD. This requires a lot of time and computer processing power. Look for a faq explaining how to do this. I myself use MeGui. Use TsMuxer to determine which video and audio is packaged into the movie. Just select the biggest file within in the STREAM folder on the Blu-ray.

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    I'm using tversity to stream to ps3 and yes it does eem to be that the ps3 doesnt like dts audio.. which is weird, I thought the ps3 firmware updates had given it support for dts-hd /ma, truehd something or other.. anyway i looked at eac3to and havent got a clue how to use it.
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