LokiRagnarok wrote:i tried that. " audio language priority: jpn", subtitles laguage priority: eng", "audio/subtitles language priority (example:en,off;eng'off): jap, on; eng, on....
its nut working....or maybe im doing sumthing wrong.
There exist 2 or 3 letters language tag regarding ISO-639 standart. http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php
For Japanese it is JPN and JA.
So use tags above, not JAP etc...
How it works:
You need to set audio lang priority. Use e.g. this: JPN,JA,ENG,EN
It will play Japanese at first. If no Japanese audio found, then it will play English etc.
After that use audio/subtitle lang priority. Use e.g. JPN,ENG;JA,EN;JPN,off;JA,off;ENG,off;EN,off
Don't use subtitle lang priority alone
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How works audio/sub priority combination?
If JPN audio is found, it will play ENG subtitles if present. If not, it tries to find JA audio with EN subtitles. If it doesn't fit, only JPN audio will play with subtitles OFF etc....
So your JAP,ON do nothing because ON is nothing
2-letter format is used on DVD but 3-letter format is used on MKV files etc.
One point, it doesn't work with XviD/DivX AVI files because LANG ID is not specified in video file. You can add LANG tag when you have external subtitles as .SRT or .SUB so you can use Movie.ENG.srt for English subtitles.
About Shagrath tip. When you check video on PS3 you will also see folder named #-- TRANSCODE --#. Here you will find all audio/subtitles combination so you can choose it manually. If video file have no LANG-ID, then you will see UNDETERMINED lang-tag....it means you can't set it via audio/subtitle priority because PMS don't know what language subtitles are. Then #TRANSCODE# folder can be used for that