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[Handbrake] (how to) make default sound and default subtitles


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Hi ppl, as the topic name say, i would like to know if anyone know how to make handbrake to choose default audio an subtitle:





I need to convert tons of anime files, is there a way to make "Japanese Audio" and "Portuguese Subtitles" default?

I know there is a presets system, but I donno wats that for and how it works.

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When you make the conversion, simply remove the languages you don't want and keep the subs you do. Eliminate all the unwanted and they won't appear.

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Hi ppl, as the topic name say, i would like to know if anyone know how to make handbrake to choose default audio an subtitle:

I need to convert tons of anime files, is there a way to make "Japanese Audio" and "Portuguese Subtitles" default?

I know there is a presets system, but I donno wats that for and how it works.

Thanks for all help!
In the preferences, you can set the Native Language to "Japanese", and it should automatically pick the Japanese audio track. As for subtitles, you will have to set those yourself each time. It won't default to anything other than "None".


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I want the Japanese audio and the Portuguese subs. i was looking for a way to simply make those choices automatically.

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In the preferences, you can set the Native Language to "Japanese", and it should automatically pick the Japanese audio track. As for subtitles, you will have to set those yourself each time. It won't default to anything other than "None".
I will try that.
And then post if it worked ^^

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Thx at least the audio default is working ^^

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