Dual Audio mkv file questions

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04-10-2005 05:44 PM
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Alright, 2 part question...I got acouple dual audio mkv files. First, when I play the files, it plays both languages at the same time, so how do I switch between them? The other part is, when I want to burn them to dvd, I use virtualdubmod, but I always get this wierd message when I upload them,

“An out-of-bounds memory access (access violation) occurred in module 'ntdll'."

And the program crashes. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. XD reply


04-20-2005 12:10 PM

I had the dual audio problem as well. The only way I found to fix it was to download Media Player Classic. When you play it there should be a green arrow icon that shows up, using that you can choose the language. You can get the player from:


Hope this helps. reply


04-28-2005 10:06 AM

thank you, you win the internet for that, jess :) reply


05-14-2006 03:39 PM

Thanks for that tip on MediaPlayer Classic.
Was having the same issue. CCCP can get ornery every now and than. reply


07-18-2007 07:23 PM

I have already been trying to play dual files in the classic player i dont see the green arrow???? wat to do??? reply


09-24-2007 12:38 PM

the green arrow will appear when you play the file...

green arrow is shown on bottom right corner...

you can also click the text “play” and chose audio you want to play in. reply


04-19-2008 09:14 PM

if you right click on the video while its playing you’ll get the audio options reply


06-11-2008 08:01 PM

ubern00b and Jess thanks you guys I had the same problem and with your help and can now watch my ghost in the shell episodes of the 2ndGIG thanks thanks many thanks the thing with the green arrow worked. reply


01-24-2009 01:34 PM

hey man u can try WMV11 too it too supports the .mkv format only if ur vista is updated
otherwise MPC is awsome
its name is KLMCODEC reply


07-23-2009 09:31 AM

Great job use the Windows Media Classic to play dual audio mkv files.Thanks Jess! reply


08-01-2009 10:27 AM

I have a similar problem: when I play my dual audio mkv file using media player classic, there’s no sound and i cannot choose the audio (no green arrow or audio options...)
what should I do? could it possibly be a codec problem? (I’ve got the latest version of FFDshow)
thank you in advance ^^
(sorry for my English, but I’m Italian XD) reply


09-20-2009 02:06 AM

I guess all you need is just properly updating your codec pack. maybe for some reason your prior installation process interrupted. BTW the little green arrow appears on the taskbar of your desktop.
1. play the video (in normal mode not full screen mode),
2. during that time look at the task bar on your desktop near the clock, and you will find it.
3. then right click on it to do appropriate adjustments for your preferences

it can also be seen on the recent windows media player 11 too reply


09-22-2009 05:23 AM

Hello I have the same Problem I dont see the green arrow I fully cheeked the file the green arrow not found
Plz Reply Me Fast reply


12-13-2009 07:11 PM

"no green arrow”-guys, go to menu-navigate. you should have audio, video and subtitles choices. i have them and i don’t see any green arrows lol. playing dual audio can be a pain. reply


12-28-2009 05:09 PM
Sharp Razor

Just download VLC media player.
it is free.

open player then open your dual audio file.
in the top you see some options like menu playback audio video etc.

click on audio then come to audio track click on your choice English Spanish etc. reply


12-28-2009 05:38 PM
Sharp Razor

To play dual audio file in windows media player 11.
1st install codec package like k-lite or vista codec package(both are free)
open your dual audio file in WMP.
right click you an see some options like file, view, tools, help etc.
Come down to Play---->you`ll find a option there Audio and Language tracks---->then select your audio like Audio 2 etc.

Enjoy the videos.

Happy 2 Help :-) reply


01-14-2010 03:46 AM

cool!! thanx for the help guys n gals!!! hehehe.. found the green arrow and switched audio and subtitles easily! thanx again!! o_Oal reply


02-24-2010 01:22 PM

hey i just found a fast and easy way to fix this problem download superc and convert the MKV file to avi it worked for me in stead of hearing both audios i now only hear the english audio super c is free so if you go to a site that says you have to pay dont do it reply


03-02-2010 04:18 PM

ffdshow audio decoder configuration has “Stream switcher” option. Enable this and restart program. Now you can choose stream that you desire. reply


04-05-2010 05:13 AM
Syed Shoaib Ali

Its very simple download total video convertor 3.61 then click inside the box where is import media files there r options in advanced tools multiplex video and audio but first u need to extract video and audio and then u got what do you want reply


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