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  1. I have an mkv with two subtitles.Track 1 and track 2. I want to remove track 1 . Open in mktoolnix header editor there is no track 1 or track 2 only subtitle track 3. I can choose track 2 in vlc but would prefer to remove track one. And to learn why I can't. See screenshot of it in vlc
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  2. Do you have a subtitle file with the same name as the movie file in the same folder? VLC will load and present it as if it were a subtitle track in the file.

    If not: how many subtitle tracks does MediaInfo show?
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  3. Originally Posted by sneaker View Post
    Do you have a subtitle file with the same name as the movie file in the same folder? VLC will load and present it as if it were a subtitle track in the file.

    If not: how many subtitle tracks does MediaInfo show?
    yes mymovie.mkv and mymovie.srt in same folder. But VLC calls it track 2. In media info there is only one listed under text and is called ID3 format UTF -8. Presume that is it?
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    So you have one external SRT and one internal in your MKV file? If so just drag the mkv file into MKVMergeGui and you will see all files contained within the MKV, simply untick the one you don't want and mux.
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  5. Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    So you have one external SRT and one internal in your MKV file? If so just drag the mkv file into MKVMergeGui and you will see all files contained within the MKV, simply untick the one you don't want and mux.
    Worked. Thanks. Thanks sneaker too
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