|Jul 18, 2010, 04:29 PM||#1|
Multi-(audio)track video app
I've got a .mkv file with 2 audio tracks (french/english) and a couple subtitle files integrated. I'd like to have this movie on the iPad with the ability to switch between the two tracks on-the-fly, while i watch. I know AirVideo offers live stream from the computer and supports multiple audio tracks, but I'd like to use this offline as well, does anyone know an app that offers this functionality?
|Jul 26, 2010, 01:05 PM||#3|
pull it into itunes, then drag it on your ipad. When watching on the ipad, there is an icon that looks like a keyboard in a bubble (to the left of the track change). Click on that, and whatever language is available will be listed.
MBP Retina (15) 2.7 Quad 16gb ram / MBA 1.6 / Mac mini 1.8 8gb / 32gb Ipad Mini Retina Wi-Fi / VeriPhone 6+ 64gb
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