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  1. I have anime called Fairy Tail and have 175 files on it
    i would like to change the default title(Main title) of each file to the same one as file name ,right now by default the title is (Fairy Tail Part X Disc X) and if possible i would like to remove it or change it to the same as file name

    Default Arguments CMD
    Code:
    "C:/Program Files/MKVToolNix\mkvmerge.exe" --ui-language en --output ^"E:\Fairy Tail\Fairy Tail 1 ^(1^).mkv^" --language 0:und --default-track 0:yes --language 1:jpn --language 2:eng --track-name ^"2:English Subs Retail^" --default-track 2:yes ^"^(^" ^"E:\Fairy Tail\Fairy Tail 1.mkv^" ^"^)^" --title ^"Fairy Tail Part 1 Disc 1^" --track-order 0:0,0:1,0:2
    and i attached some basic info using mkvtoolnix

    looking forward to your help
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  2. To add:
    --title "%%~na"
    To remove:
    --title ""
    (You can add these to the command you got in the other thread. Then all will be done in a single step.)

    Are you aware of the mkvmerge documentation? You seem to ask a lot of similar questions in short succession.
    There's also mkvpropedit which changes mkv headers without a remux:

    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvpropedit "%%a" --edit info --set "title=%%~na"
    or
    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvpropedit "%%a" --edit info --delete title
    Last edited by sneaker; 9th Jan 2018 at 16:51.
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  3. Originally Posted by sneaker View Post
    Code:
    "C:/Program Files/MKVToolNix\mkvmerge.exe" --ui-language en --output ^"E:\Fairy Tail\Fairy Tail 1 ^(1^).mkv^" --title "%%~na" --language 0:und --default-track 0:yes --language 1:jpn --language 2:eng --track-name ^"2:English Subs Retail^" --default-track 2:yes ^"^(^" ^"E:\Fairy Tail\Fairy Tail 1.mkv^" ^"^)^" --title ^"Fairy Tail Part 1 Disc 1^"
    Are you aware of the mkvmerge documentation? You seem to ask a lot of questions in short succession.
    no i am not,it is my first time hearing that and actually started to doing this since yesterday (video thing),im completely new here
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  4. Originally Posted by sneaker View Post
    To add:
    --title "%%~na"
    To remove:
    --title ""
    (You can add these to the command you got in the other thread. Then all will be done in a single step.)

    Are you aware of the mkvmerge documentation? You seem to ask a lot of similar questions in short succession.
    There's also mkvpropedit which changes mkv headers without a remux:

    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvpropedit "%%a" --edit info --set "title=%%~na"
    or
    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvpropedit "%%a" --edit info --delete title
    is this the right link for mkvpropedit ?
    Code:
    https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=163753
    im downloading java right now to run the mkvpropedit
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  5. Originally Posted by sneaker View Post
    To add:
    --title "%%~na"
    To remove:
    --title ""
    (You can add these to the command you got in the other thread. Then all will be done in a single step.)

    Are you aware of the mkvmerge documentation? You seem to ask a lot of similar questions in short succession.
    There's also mkvpropedit which changes mkv headers without a remux:

    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvpropedit "%%a" --edit info --set "title=%%~na"
    or
    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvpropedit "%%a" --edit info --delete title
    the current code that i tried
    Code:
    "C:/Users/Ragnam/Downloads/Compressed/jmkvpropedit-1.3.4pre-bin/JMkvpropedit.exe
    set output_folder=E:\Fairy Tail\test
    for %%a in (*.mkv) do mkvpropedit "%%a" --edit info --set "title=%%~na"
    pause
    it didn't recognize mkvpropedit..
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  6. mkvpropedit (without the "j") is part of mkvtoolnix, in the same folder as mkvmerge. jmkvpropedit is a third-party GUI for mkvpropedit - you don't need it if you want to use from command/batch.
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