View Full Version : Tutorial: How to stream your preferred audio language in a video

05-17-2013, 07:50 PM
If you do not have the correct audio language playing with your video, then the first thing to do is try changing the audio using your device's remote control. Try pressing the Tools or Options or Audio button on your remote control and see if the audio channels are listed for selection.

If your device does not let you choose the audio channels for a video, then you can use Mezzmo to set your preferred audio channel for the video to stream to your devices.

Right-click on the video in Mezzmo and click Properties.
In the Properties dialog, go to the Video tab.
Select an audio channel from the Preferred audio channel list.


Tip: Mezzmo tries to determine the language of the audio channel and will add a language prefix to denote the language - for example "(eng)", "(fra)", "(kor)". If Mezzmo cannot determine the language, you must select one of the audio channels and try streaming it to your device.
The preferred audio channel will be used by Mezzmo whenever the video is transcoded to another format.
Optional: If your device does not let you change the audio channels using your remote control when playing the video, then select the Only stream the preferred channels to devices checkbox so that only the preferred audio channel is streamed for both natively supported and transcoded files. This does require transcoding the original file.