Audio Description Picked Up During Conversion?

There have been several occurrences (none recently that I have logs for) where I am transcoding a recording, and when the new video file is played, the primary audio channel has been replaced with the audio descriptions for the blind. This may be great for some, but it makes the show unwatchable in its original form. Strangely, the problem seems to be quite random – transcoding will work fine, and then two shows transcoded on the same day will switch the audio channel, and then no more will do that for some time. Is anyone else seeing this?

My workaround right now is to simply delete the transcoded show and watch it in the original Media Center format on the TV hooked up there, but I would like to understand better exactly what it is doing and why this might occur. (If I need to wait for one to actually happen again and post logs, then I can wait and re-open this later.)

If you can attach your conversion logs for the 2 conversions, the one that selects the correct track and one that doesn’t, I can see what’s going on. MCEBuddy tries to pick the best track (if you’ve selected the option for Choose best track) based on various parameters but sometimes if the metadata describing the track is incorrect it can cause issues. The logs will show the details.