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Play 3 language tracks in mp4 video

by mredmond / November 4, 2009 3:37 AM PST

I have a mp4 video recording that is spoken in English. There are several language tracks available - Spanish, Potuguese, French, Chinese, Russian, etc.

I have no problem playing English out the right channel and one other language out the left channel.

Is there any way to play a 3rd language out of a 3rd channel? I know I will need additional hardware, probably another sound card.

If anyone has a solution for me, I'd appreciate some help.
Thanks to all.

Mike

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Ok, I am just guessing here;
by ahtoi / November 4, 2009 6:45 AM PST

It could be that they are using surround sound which means 5 channels can be created..or they might actually have 2 version of the same version movies but with different sound tracks. But like I said, I am just guessing since I have not ran into a 3 audio movie yet.

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Miltichannel Playback
by mredmond / November 4, 2009 7:02 AM PST

Good guess, but no. These are lectures given in English with simultaneous translation which was all recorded. Now we want to play back the lecture to a mostly English speaking audience but with the other languages transmitted via wireless radio to listeners with FM radios and headsets.

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