Hey guys! I hope you can help me out on this like the last time I was looking fir help :)
How do you manage multiple languages of media?
I watch movies in english but my family in german. I can find the movies in 4k in english but with german movies it seems to be a bit tricky. I can find 1080 stuff but not 4k. Do I need to download it, extract the audio stream and append it to the 4k movie or are there better solutions? Maybe indexers/trackers which specialize in german (and english) movies?
And is there an indexer for german audiobooks? I am now active in abtorrents but there are only english books (which is great) and private trackers are beautiful because I can actively see how much I seeded in total.
Some movies I download come with multiple languages but not most.
I think about downloading the english 4k movie and the highest (sound) quality in german. Following is an untested (!) first draft of what I'd do.
`ffmpeg -i test.mkv -q:a 0 -map a test.mp3`
And then attach the audio stream to the 4k movie
`ffmpeg -i input.mkv -i test.mp3 -c copy -map 0:v:0 -map 1:a:0 output.mkv`
I assume that there will be problem due to different lengths of movies/ sound streams, etc. But I haven't tested it. This is hopefully the last method I need to do. But in case I do it (good), where should I upload the torrent files afterwards such that noone has to do it but me?
Where can I search for rick and morty? I'm new to this. Any advice would be appreciated!
Thx to @ghast I got into torrenting. My setup now contains sonarr and radarr with deluge as well as jellyfin. I almost got a 1 to 1 ratio! Pretty happy about it so far :)
I wonder why devs need to work on multiple different environments. I only have (user)experience with KDE and GNOME but what's the difference between them?
- It's not the default layout, you could ship another default version
- goals can be to maximize customizability (features) while minimizing ressources. Or the other way round. (Or simplicity)
- is it because devs like different frameworks (qt, gtk)? Or language?
Research had better times as well.