Magix Video Pro x4 is my Prime Video Toy ^__^.
. . . Somewhere in your understandings, you've become confused over the Files "Containers"
and "what can be added/removed" from them. MKv files do not actually Print the SUB onto
the screen; just like OGG/OGM files, it is along for the ride.
. Hono-Bono had 16 subs and 5 audio tracks all muxxed into "They Only Hunt Elves" with
the OGM container over 7 years ago.
. A container is like a "cup" for your coffee, it only "holds it."
. AVI, DIVX, MP4, RMA and XVID files can be stored into both MKV/OGM containers.
. . . Programs like Video-2-Video will either ignore the subbing if you tell it to .. or
it can add it if you know how to extract the SSA/SRT file.
. That which you have said is in-correct. well, yea; its a minor point to both of us.
However, it sounds silly to us to read,
jkuiper wrote:... But most of my MKV's are .h264 files and not AVI or MP4.
.. .. the point; if you know "what file" is a container and which one has the actual video then
you can answer your own question. [ T_T AviDeMux ] 0_0 where did that come from ....
btw, this IS A F.A.Q. Here.