[QUOTE=DrageMester;2742797]I don’t think subtitle positions are saved in the presets, but in Options you can set your preferred subtitle language to French and then the first French subtitle will be automatically selected and at the top of the list. Klingon and Na’vi subtitles would then not be selected at all unless you go into the Subtitles window and manually select them. There’s also an option to automatically select all subtitle tracks in your favourite language.
I don’t think there’s a way to automatically select subtitles in multiple languages in a preferred order, however.[/QUOTE]
I think u read me wrong dragemester!
the possition of â†’ ALL â† subtitles can be customized in different order but not SAVED as preset unlike in Handbrake !!
Handbrake allows u to choose which subtitle you want to have in chronological order and SAVE IT by dEFAULT .
So that every bd/dvd structure you open in handbrake automatically obey by that preset !!
I know that, and thats the downside with vidcoder currently !!!
I know well you can choose A preffered language in options from vidcoder, but the catch is that you only end with 1 subtitle stream in the final MKV encoded file !!! yes, the one you have selected in options by default u see !!
WHAT i DO NOT UNDERSTAND IS, and thats somthing the coder easily can fix me thinks is…
You can however choose the preffered language (french or english or whatever) and at the same time check the box " Include all other streams"
But here it gets contraproductive !Âµ
when i do that i will have my prefered sub track at the top and forced to display on playback uhuh…
but all the other remaining tracks that vidcoder is supposed to add (checkbox “[U]include all tracks[/U]” in options!) are not CHECKED …
They are there alright , but not checked (V) and therefor wont be added to my final MKV file
That doesnt make sense!! Why woud vidcoder allow us to add remaining tracks in option but NOT select them automatically so that all tracks are included in the final mkv file !!!