Very useful indeed! 😉
Though I must note, that I’m using the *nix version of mkvtoolnix.
Thus my commands would look like:
## e.g. for a file named: ## Matroska.mkv mkvinfo Matroska.mkv ## As mkvinfo showed tracks #3 and #4, ## wich corresponds with ids 2 and 3. mkvextract tracks Matroska.mkv 2:Matroska.srt
Et voila, now I can use srt files in for example Google Drive! 😉
Now why would I go through all this trouble? Well, I’ve the ‘nasty habit’ to incorporate every file into one container. As it makes for a cleaner filesystem among things. 😉 But there are cases in which it’s needed to show captions, and this post shows how to do so.
That’s all folks! 😆
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