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    Everytime I am muxing this shows up. The mkv is working fine and all, but this kinda bothers me. Do you guys have any solutions?
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  2. vanished El Heggunte's Avatar
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    Un-install VLC
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    [Never mind. El Heggunte's on the case.]
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    Two (.mkv) ?
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  5. @Baldrick yes. El, but I like vlc
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    How are you muxing? Can you provide a sample that we can use to reproduce it? Any reason you can't just ignore it?
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  7. Simple muxing really. I attach subtitles to the episodes, that's all. I can't ignore it, but.. eh, if it can be solved...

    L.E.: Yeah, it turns out that VLC was the cause. Well, MPC-HC is the way from now.
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    I don't understand what this has to do with muxing with mkvtoolnix?
    The picture from the first post is what you get when you right click on this mkv file and it only shows wich application is currently linked to this file to open it.
    It has nothing to do with mkvtoolnix in my opinion..
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  9. Originally Posted by jan5678 View Post
    I don't understand what this has to do with muxing with mkvtoolnix?
    The picture from the first post is what you get when you right click on this mkv file and it only shows wich application is currently linked to this file to open it.
    It has nothing to do with mkvtoolnix in my opinion..
    And I thought I was going mad...... it looks like what you'd see when using File/Properties, but I still use XP and it appears like it'd be a newer version of Windows, so I wasn't sure. However if that's all it is then it makes sense some of the questions asked didn't seem to make sense.

    So the pic simply shows that VLC has been associated with MKV files?
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    So the pic simply shows that VLC has been associated with MKV files?
    In my opinion..yes
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