Hi, everyone. I'm trying to create chapters for an MKV file that has multiple tracks. Creating chapters is easy when the video stream is in a single track. When multiple tracks are present, however, shouldn't there be a TrackUID tag or something? Actually, two TrackUIDs I'd imagine for each chapter: one for the video track and one for the audio track.* we can leave subs out of the discussion, unless they are handled in the same way, which would be interesting to hear.
Assume an MKV file with 3 one-minute video and audio tracks (6 tracks total). The odd tracks are video, the even tracks are audio. What would the XML look like, to make chapter 1 = tracks 1 and 2, chapter 2 = tracks 3 and 4, and chapter 3 = tracks 5 and 6?
Everything that I've read about segment linking seems to be about linking different MKV files in the same directory, which is *not* what I'm trying to do here. Any help would be appreciated. Thx!
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Last edited by mBrane; 31st May 2015 at 09:52.- mBrane
Very lively debate here! Evidently, I'm the only man in Orion's Spur with the need to join multiple tracks into a single virtual timeline. So much for the flexibility of MKV, if the answer (almost always) is to merge into a single track. Still listening, but...- mBrane
User MBrane. Few have any creative work, not even a written what you have done up to now in this XML.
My question is this? What program to handle this ???
Originally Posted by mBrane
<?xml version="1.0"?> <!-- <!DOCTYPE Tags SYSTEM "matroskatags.dtd"> --> <Tags> <Tag> <Targets> <TargetTypeValue>30/50</TargetTypeValue> <TargetType>CHAPTER/MOVIE</TargetType> <TagEditionUID>15378027437809982595</TagEditionUID> </Targets> ...Code:
<Chapters> <EditionEntry> <EditionFlagHidden>0</EditionFlagHidden> <EditionFlagDefault>0</EditionFlagDefault> <EditionUID>15378027437809982595</EditionUID> ... </EditionEntry> </Chapters>
This sure I am you know not I speak about, yes? Yes... Did not work, BTW. Next?- mBrane