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Question when converting matroska file into other files using mkv2vob

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I hope some of you know about the software mkv2vob, where I convert all my animie matroska file into a file playable in my PS3.

I sometimes download files that claimed that have dual audio (english and Japanese). SO I configure the software where the audio extraction to be english but when the files are converted, the final product is still in Japanese audio. I tweak the mkv2vob program inside out but still sometimes it doesn't convert to English. So you think that maybe the person who downloaded the anime and claimed it to be dual is in fact not ? What do you think?

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I'd prefer to use Yamb since editing the track name is alot easier. But generally you have to set the audio to english under track language. Some programs do it automatically, as long as they are set on the source file. But like I said, use Yamb instead.

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Like Breakdown said, I'd rather use YAMB and turn it into a MP4 instead of going to VOB. If you're having issues getting the correct audio track, you could always use MKVTOOLNIX to remux the mkv and remove the track you don't want before remuxing into whatever format you want with MKV2VOB or YAMB.

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