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    Originally Posted by Selur View Post
    Modified Hybrid and released a new version (2019.09.30.1) you can download over at

    After downloading and installing Hybrid, do the following:
    1. Start Hybrid
    2. set default output and temp paths (under Config->Path->Default XXX path)
    3. save those settings as defaults, press 'Config->Save->All->Save selected' (right lower corner)
    4. enable "Config->Automation->Passthrough streams->Subtitle" in case you want to keep the normal subtitles (if you don't want to keep any subtitles don't do this)
    5. enable "Base->Subtitle" and "Subtitle->Import->Delete subtitle after muxing" for Hybrid to delete extracted and muxed subtitles.
    6. enable "Congig->Input->Extraction->Stream extraction with ffmpeg"
    7. Set "Base->Processing->Video" to "passthrough"
    8. Set "Base->Processing->Audio" to "passthrough all"
    9. Set "Base->Default container" to 'mkv'
    10. In case you set a default output folder which isn't the input folder enable 'Base->Generate' otherwise set the output file ('Base->Output File')
    11. Load your file ("Base->Open File"; upper right corner)
    12. Create a job for Hybrid by pressing "Base->Add to queue" (lower right corner)
    13. Start the processing ("Jobs->Queue->Play"; upper left corner)
    Once the process is done the output should contain no captions.
    Note that you can do multiple files at once by selecting them and then drag&dropping them onto the input line in the Base-tab.

    Cu Selur
    Hi Selur,
    I signed up just to thank you for your immense help.
    Thanks for helping me remove this unwanted subtitle.

    You really are a great champion, THANK YOU!!!
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  2. Originally Posted by Selur View Post
    ffmpeg is a command line took you can download from for example:
    extracting ffmpeg.exe into a folder of your choice, for example: "E:\ffmpeg.exe" you could call:
    "E:\ffmpeg.exe" -i "E:\Input\input.mkv" -bsf:v "filter_units=remove_types=6" -c copy "E:\Output\output.mkv"
    in a Windows Command Prompt to process an input file names "E:\Input\input.mkv" and create and output file named "E:\Output\output.mkv".
    @Selur ... this works perfectly. Thank you!
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