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Smooth Streaming Multilanguage audio support

Support for multilanguage audio output for Smooth Streaming

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      • MustafaMustafa commented  · 

        Metus MAM has multi language (2) audio support. It creates smooth streaming files with 2 languages.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        i am looking forward to see multi audio output for smooth streaming.

      • pgpg commented  · 

        MS Expression Encoder is a powerful tool; used a lot to produce both protected and clear smooth streaming streams; it supports already multiple subtitles BUT it is really a pity that it does not support multiple audio.
        I hope this feature is really high in your priority list.
        Thanks

      • Prepare UK TestPrepare UK Test commented  · 

        I am looking forward for Smooth Streaming Multilanguage audio support.
        prepareuktest.co.uk

      • nitratnitrat commented  · 

        This would be a nice feature for all of costumers, that work multilangual (e.g. United Nations - e.g. http://unfccc.int) that even has existed in old Windowsmedia-Livestreaming...

      • ZashZash commented  · 

        Multiple Audio Streams for different languages or audio formats (2.0, 5.1) are a must in my workflow

      • Pete CoggiPete Coggi commented  · 

        A single video stream with a user selectable audio stream. Much like SAP on a TV Broadcast. Our case in point would be to offer our church service recording with the second audio track being Spanish. We presently have a translator translating this into audio devices worn by parishioners. We would pick up that feed and run it in real time alongside the English audio track so the user could choose which audio to listen to.

      • Martin KirkMartin Kirk commented  · 

        Geroges: Multiple AC3 / WMA / MP3 streams i guess ?

      • GeorgeSGeorgeS commented  · 

        I'm all for it in principle, but what would be the output format?

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