Originally Posted by yuxmyyg
Originally Posted by GreenEyez
Media Control configuration :
Install the software. During the instalation, on the Additional Tasks menu, uncheck "Media Control Entries", all of them. Next you will be prompted with a configuration menu
Remote control & keyboard tab
-> Assign Audio/Subtitles page to your prefferd button (Blue button for ex)
-> Remove the rest of the entries and click "Commit Changes"
Notifications / Tricks tab
-> enable Resume Movie
-> disable "Show the streams menu
-> Make sure "Use Media State Aggregation", "Enable Media Experience" and "Enable Advanced Features" are all enabled and the click Commit Changes
-> click "Apply Minimal config" then commit changes again.
Result : now when you press the blue button (or whatever button you asigned) you will get a top-down menu with the list of subtitles/audio streams available and select the one/ones you like.
Will add this to the main guide later, when i get back from work.
It is a great guide. I installed Windows 7 (X64) and used part 1.2 to install codecs. Everything is fine except one glitches which I could not change the multiple sound tracks or multiple subtiles. I will try Media Control tonigt..
Hi GreenEyez and umdivx, I installed Shark007 codecs onto Windows 7 (X64)based on instructions from GreenEyez's section 1.2 and umdivx's guide http://www.mnmaven.com/2010/03/20/co...list-approach/
. But I could not figure out how to show subtitles and change audio tracks for mkv files. I tried different configurations.
1. I tried to change Config-> subtitle control from FFDshow/Embedded to DirectVobSub, Windows Media player could play mkv files with subtitles, Windows Media Center could play mkv, but could not show subtitles.I did not know why because I did not install DirectVobSub ever before.
2. I tried to installed Media Control based on instructions above. But Media Control could not control anything including subtitles/audio tracks. I though it might be " Use MPC-HC Codec/Do not use FFDshow" in H264 Tab Shark007 configuration before. Media Control could not communicate with MPC-HC Codec for mkv H264. I changed to "use FFDshow" instead of MPC-HC Codec, Media Control could control Windows Media player, not Windows Media Center, weired.
3. I still tried several changes with no luck.
Cn you review your instructions again to let Shark 007, Media Browser and Media control work together for mkv H264 seamlessly ?