[Matroska-users] Removing subs

Chris Spencer spencercw at googlemail.com
Mon Jan 14 22:35:42 CET 2008


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Nicholas Ghartey wrote:
> Good afternoon. Sorry to bother you but I have looked everywhere for an
> answer to this question but just cannot find it. I have an mkv movie
> with subs hardcoded into it. I am trying to burn it to dvd. I use Winavi
> to convert to vob files but obviously the subs are still showing. Is
> there any software (free or otherwise) that will allow me to remove
> these subs and have just the movie once converted to dvd format? I would
> appreciate any help you can give. Thank you.
> 
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Hi Nicholas,

If they really are hard subtitles like you say then there is nothing you
can do, the subtitles are encoded into the video stream with no way to
remove them.

If they are soft subtitles though you should be able to remove them
using mkvmerge. In mkvmerge add the mkv file and deselect the subtitle
track, then you can create a new mkv file with the same audio/video but
without the subs.

Hope this helps, Chris.
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