Infuse always defaults to playing the Commentary track. It should default to playing the normal audio track. It defaults to the Commentary track despite all of James’ suggestions in this thread:
I have English set as my default language in Infuse
The English track is better quality than the Commentary track (5.1 vs stereo)
I used MKVToolNix to enable both the Default and Forced flags on the English track
In both tvOS and iOS, the English track appears above the Commentary track in the audio track selection screen
None of my other media players (VLC, Plex, QuickTime) do this. I don’t want to remove the commentary tracks, but I will only listen to them once in a blue moon. Most of the time, I will want to listen to the English track. This is clearly a bug since every available piece of information in the file and in the Infuse app settings is indicates that the English track should come first, but when I hit play in Infuse, the Commentary track is the one that plays, every time.
Any chance this can be fixed in an upcoming release of Infuse?
I’ve noticed this as well. I’ve double checked and even remuxed some of my MKVs for The Venture Bros. series to test and be sure. All the episodes with commentary track still play the commentary track by default even though the tracks were and have been remuxed again for testing as follows:
Main Track: English AAC 5.1 w/ “Default Track” enabled
Commentary Track: English AAC 2.0
My settings were set to Auto, but the commentary track was continually being defaulted to. I changed the setting to English and then back to Auto, and things are now working as they should. Again, thanks for the reply.
@James: This is happening to me as well. Any file that has commentary is defaulting to it. I’ve tried the above and it had no effect. Would really be great if you had an explicit option to default to non-commentary tracks. I’m not sure why the default is commentary at all.
If there is anything else that needs to be set, or that can be set, to ensure that commentary is never the default, that’d be great.