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How to change audio language?

I Was watching a film. (Mkv)

I stopped playback.

Tv said there is firmware update. I updated to firmware 04.30.09.

Later i wanted to continue the film, but the audio language changed to english. I can not switch It back to to original. The audio icon in the menu is inactive (like It was always).

Im playing the film through Dlna from my NAS.

Any ideas, how to Change language?

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I have the same issue. The local support told me unfortunately the DLNA client does not support switching audio streams. However, watching the same MKV from USB works fine, I can switch between audio streams.

 

Hopefully they'll solve this problem in the DLNA client because I don't want to remove additional audio streams from each and every MKV I have.

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I have the same issue. The local support told me unfortunately the DLNA client does not support switching audio streams. However, watching the same MKV from USB works fine, I can switch between audio streams.

 

Hopefully they'll solve this problem in the DLNA client because I don't want to remove additional audio streams from each and every MKV I have.

Ok, no changing Tracks on DLNA, but I checked the MKV file with MKVMerge.

My wanted audio track was the first, it had the same language whitch is set default on TV, and it was the default audio Track in MKV.

So it seems WebOS picks audio track randomly. (or it always picks the English Track...)

I hope it will change soon.

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Ok, no changing Tracks on DLNA, but I checked the MKV file with MKVMerge.

My wanted audio track was the first, it had the same language whitch is set default on TV, and it was the default audio Track in MKV.

So it seems WebOS picks audio track randomly. (or it always picks the English Track...)

I hope it will change soon.

 

It's closer to random. Mostly it chooses English but there are cases when other streams come out as winners. FYI, I've created a shell script to easily create a copy of an MKV file with the video and one audio stream. It's on GitHub:

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Local languge came back as default with new firmware update for mkv in DLNA client. Howewer audio languges switch does not work.

So only one local audio track from mkv file is avalable to play.

 

I have updated to the latest firmware but the issue is still there. I have an MKV with multiple audio tracks and the playback starts with the english one not the local language (the language settings are set to define hungarian as the local language).

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Hi! I started having this annoying issue on my 42" 42LA740S after an update, probably the same as you. Out of the box it was possibile to switch language and subtitles while streaming (I use Plex as media server on my PC). I'm trying to get an answer from the LG italian support, but I expect nothing  :unsure:

 

I think they removed this functionality from the DLNA player for some reason, and they are never putting it back  :huh: 

Maybe if we flood the support with emails.... :D

edit: I found this article explaining how to downgrade TV firmware 

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I'm not new to this kind of thing, but I think is a little dangerous because there is no "recovery mode" or a way to flash the firmware directly from a pendrive USB, but you need to trick the TV to make it download a specific version of the software from your PC instead of LG official website.

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Actually, with the latest software update the whole issue has has been resolved for me. I'm able to select audio track and subtitles provided in the MKV files.  :)

 

Are you sure it works streaming from a DLNA server like Plex? I just received last update (04.27.05) but this ain't changed. What is your software version?

 

I attach a detailed screenshot of my sw version  :)

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Are you sure it works streaming from a DLNA server like Plex? I just received last update (04.27.05) but this ain't changed. What is your software version?

 

I attach a detailed screenshot of my sw version  :)

Yes, I'm using my NAS as the DLNA server. It used to be the case that I was unable to change audio tracks, although the TV could handle multiple audio tracks when I used the same file via USB instead of DLNA.

 

Please hav my software version as following:

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This is an LG 42LB671V.

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Yes, I'm using my NAS as the DLNA server. It used to be the case that I was unable to change audio tracks, although the TV could handle multiple audio tracks when I used the same file via USB instead of DLNA.

 

Please hav my software version as following:

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This is an LG 42LB671V.

oh, your software version is 5 ... I don't know if my TV will get it...I hope so!

 

Thank you!

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It's not immediately obvious but you CAN change the subtitles and audio track on Web OS 4.0.0.0. Here is how:

 

1) In Smartshare, choose a video and play it.

2) When Playing a video, click on the Additional Options icon. It's a left arrow Icon (<--) at the bottom right of the player.

3) Once you click the left arrow, it's clear. You can select the Subtitle option or Audio options. If the icons are disabled, it means it the video doesn't have addiitonal subtitles/audio.

 

That's it. I hope that helps.

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