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Secondary Audio (SAP) on IGNITE

ColdGranite
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The only reference that I see to SAP on Ignite...

... is a selection under "settings - device settings - audio"  

... which says:  "Audio Language (SAP) reset"

 

... but nowhere do I see anything that allows me to turn SAP on or off, or anything that allows me to set an SAP language in the first place.

 

What am I missing?

 

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Re: Secondary Audio (SAP) on IGNITE

Bplayer
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Use the remote voice control and say "SAP settings", then select the default language.

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Re: Secondary Audio (SAP) on IGNITE

Bplayer
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Use the remote voice control and say "SAP settings", then select the default language.

Re: Secondary Audio (SAP) on IGNITE

ColdGranite
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OKAY... thanks.

 

Then how do I INVOKE the secondary lang after I have set the default?

 

 

Re: Secondary Audio (SAP) on IGNITE

Its quite simple.. not sure why it wouldnt be on any instructions.

Though it looks like its the same as above saying SAP.

Clicking OK (the button in the middle of the left right up down) will bring up the bar, where on the left you can choose DV, CC and SAP there.


As for WHY it doesnt actually play anything?
There might not be a lot of channels which HAVE that actual SAP feed playing?

Re: Secondary Audio (SAP) on IGNITE

ColdGranite
I'm a senior contributor

@Gdkitty wrote:

Its quite simple.. not sure why it wouldnt be on any instructions.

Though it looks like its the same as above saying SAP.

Clicking OK (the button in the middle of the left right up down) will bring up the bar, where on the left you can choose DV, CC and SAP there.


As for WHY it doesnt actually play anything?
There might not be a lot of channels which HAVE that actual SAP feed playing?


Does not seem to operate quite as you specify, but thanks for that, and I figured the rest out.

 

When I say "S A P" (or "S A P settings"), I get exactly the same thing in the top left corner:  

audio options

Last selected: Spanish

English

Spanish  x  (checked)

 

I can move the highlight up and down between English and Spanish and if I press "enter", it will move the checkmark to the highlighted language.  That DOES appear to select the language that will be used immediately... if available on that program.

 

Pressing the "OK" does not bring up any :bar"; it merely selects  and "checks" the highlighted language .

 

DV and CC do not appear up there.  

 

But after some experimenting, I found that the voice comands: 

"described video ON" (and off)...

and "closed captioning ON" (and off)

 

work to set DV and CC

 

So all is good. Thanks.

 

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