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  1. I've added some audio and subtitle tracks to a blu-ray with tsmuxer and BDedit and whenever I skip around on the timeline, the audio and subtitle tracks return to default. When I play the m2ts it's fine and maintains the same tracks, it only happens when I load up the whole disc and go through the menu. The new audio track is about a second longer than the original video so I've adjusted the out time to compensate but I'm not entirely sure what else that could affect... I'm pretty new to BDedit so I don't know my way around the program very well, is this an issue that's popped up for anyone else? I'd appreciate the help.
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    Mark the new tracks as default and maybe remove the original tracks if not used...
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