I tried this, but the only thing I was able to obtain is change names, i.e. the English audio stream is shown as Italian but it is still English.
Then, finally, I found the solution… of course it’s so obvious after you find it
The only way to set default audio language is run DVD Rebuilder first, then use DVD Shrink to set languages (and subtitles) as desired.
I’d like to add that this trick (i.e. using DVD Shrink after rebuild is complete) is useful also for forced subtitles, that often are not shown by default, so forcing them is very nice [/QUOTE]
Glad you got sorted.
Actually I normally do it the other way around.
I make any changes I need in PgcEdit then run that through DVD Rebuilder.
You can also use the ‘Jump to PGC upon DVD Insert’ function to set the commands via the DVD Menus and jump straight to the point you want immediately (most people usually choose the main menu).
This has the added advantage of starting the DVD at the menu (or wherever you prefer) with the settings you want and also bypassing any annoying intros etc.
You can then kill playback of any of the unwanted material and recover the space prior to compression which improves quality or may even mean you don’t need compression at all.
PgcEdit can be a complicated program but the defaults are set up to protect the user so you’ll not go far wrong if you always accept its recommendations.
So have a play with the copy on your hard drive when you’ve finished with it and see how you get on.