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Old 5th February 2006, 15:07   #1  |  Link
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Multiple video streams in mkv

Hello,
I try to make a matroska which contains 2 video streams with mmg. But when i read it with vlc, the two streams begin simultaneously. I would like it to begin with only one steam.
I didn't found tutorial or other docs about this problem.
If anyone has an idea, i would be pleased
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you need to use a parser that is able to handle multiple video streams, seems the one in vlc is not one of those

try haali in a directshow player
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Thanks for the answer but could you indicate me such player and if haali is a filter (i assume that) because i'm not very familiar with this kind a topic ?
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haali media splitter is a directshow filter able to handle matroska. a dshow filter is so to say a plugin useable in any directshow based player (like windows media player, bsplayer, zoomplayer, media player classic aso...)
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Thanks for the explanation. It work with BSplayer.
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I'm curious. What's the practical use of 2 video streams in one file?

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multiangle pr0n?
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No, it's just usefull for dvd with presentation. (for the moment it's seems to be hard to make menu with mkv)
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Actually I changed the behaviour of VLC to only display one video stream at a time. So you should update to VLC 0.8.4a that has good matroska support. And you can select video tracks from there. (in the video menu)
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thanks a lot, i will try it this day
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Actually I changed the behaviour of VLC to only display one video stream at a time. So you should update to VLC 0.8.4a that has good matroska support. And you can select video tracks from there. (in the video menu)
this only works with mkv or also with other containers supporting multiple video streams?
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Given the feature was there before I fixed it in Matroska, I assume it can work for other formats, like for multi-angle DVDs.
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