How do I batch edit in MKVToolNix?

How do I batch edit in MKVToolNix?


  1. Download MKVToolNix.
  2. Open mkvtoolnix-gui.exe .
  3. Add any of the MKV files to be processed (drag-and-drop works just fine).
  4. Perform your changes within the GUI (disable tracks, rename tracks, set default tracks, etc.).
  5. Go to Menu Bar > Multiplexer > Create option file , and save it as ‘options.

How do I use multiple files with MKVToolNix?

To convert multiple files to MKV files using MKVToolNix do the following. Drag the video files you want to convert to MKV into the Multiplexer. Then create a job output file by clicking on the Output button at the top of screen then click the add to job queue button at the bottom right of the screen.

How do I combine SRT and mp4 files with MKV?

How to merge subtitles with an MKV video using MKVToolNix

  1. Make sure that the subtitle file is in the same folder as the MKV video file.
  2. Make sure that the subtitle file has the same filename as the MKV video file.
  3. Open MKVToolNix.
  4. Click on the + Add source files button located at the bottom.

How remove MKV tracks from MKVToolNix?

Just drag&drop your source file into mkvtoolnix gui, then uncheck the tracks you want to get rid of and then click “start muxing”. mkvmerge.exe is a command-line tool.

How do I remove embedded subtitles from MKV?

To remove unwanted subtitles from an MKV file, download MKVToolNix for your operating system. It’s available for Windows and Linux. Install and run it, and then drag the MKV video onto the window. It will display everything contained inside the file, including the video and audio, subtitles, chapters and tags.

How do I combine multiple MKV files?

To merge MKV files, select multiple MKV files in the User’s Album while holding down Ctrl (for discontinuous files) or Shift (for continuous files) key, and then drag and drop to the video track. All MKV files will be played one after another without gaps after saving to computer.

How combine subtitles with MKVToolNix?

Thankfully, with MKVToolNix, you can embed any subtitle file (or many of them) to a single movie file. To do this, first add the movie file to MKVToolNix. Then add the subtitle file as well. You will see the format and other important information of the subtitle file on the bottom window of the app.

Can I remove an audio track from MKV?

Right click the video clip you want to remove audio and choose “Detach Audio” to separate audio from MKV. Then you will see video and audio displayed in different tracks, press the “Delete” button on your keyboard or right click the track and select the “Delete” command to remove the unwanted audio track from MKV.

Can you remove embedded subtitles?

Part 1: Types of subtitle Hardcoded subtitles are the ones that are already embedded in the movies and the user cannot use tools to remove this option. These subtitles are irremovable and cannot be changed or removed altogether.

How to make a batch of mkv files?

Add any of the MKV files to be processed (drag-and-drop works just fine). Perform your changes within the GUI (disable tracks, rename tracks, set default tracks, etc.). Go to Menu Bar > Multiplexer > Create option file, and save it as ‘options.json’ in the same directory where all MKV files to be processed are. You can then close the GUI.

What’s the difference between mkvmerge and file mode?

Unfortunately mkvmerge cannot detect which mode to use reliably. Therefore it defaults to ‘file’ mode. ‘file’ mode usually works better for files that have been created independently of each other; e.g. when appending AVI or MP4 files.

How many AC3 files are in mkvmerge batch muxing?

Last edited by flashandpan007; 30th Aug 2015 at 12:19 . The subfolders are called differently and each subfolder contains one ts-file and one ac3 file. Do I maybe need a variable for the directories?

How to create a Matroska file with mkvmerge?

By default mkvmerge (1) sets the “date” segment information field to the time & date when multiplexing started. With this option that field is not written at all. Disables lacing for all tracks. This will increase the file’s size, especially if there are many audio tracks. This option is not intended for everyday use.

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