I'm using the program youtube-dl to capture a YouTube video. The video is in Hungarian. When I display it in a browser (either reconq or Firefox), it has English subtitles. The captured version doesn't have the subtitles but seems to be otherwise correct.
Clean install of the latest Statler 64-bit yesterday. In both Google Chrome and Firefox, YouYube videos are not playing properly. They start playing normally, but then the video freezes (including the progress bar, so it's more than the video, I guess), but the audio keeps playing normally.
I am running Kubuntu Natty on an Acer Aspire 5610. Both my audio and video freeze on me. If I'm listening to an audio file, the sound will suddenly begin playing the most recent sound byte again and again and again. As soon as I move my mouse, it continues playing normally, sometimes for only a few seconds, sometimes for a minute or more.
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I'm working on a script that will search through a directory for MKV files and remux them to MP4. I found a few other scripts around the net that do this, but they all have limitations that don't always get the job done. The main limitation I've found is that most scripts look for the video track in either the first track or the last track, which isn't always true.