Many of the video files that I’ve acquired from various sources have srt/subrip subtitles included in the mkv file as a text stream.
Most of the time MediaInfo will display a count of the number of subtitles as for example “FromStats_FrameCount: 693”.
I now have some files with srt subtitles where MediaInfo doesn’t display the subtitle count.
How can I add this information to the mkv file?
Do any of the MKVToolNix tools do this?
Thanks in advance!
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try remux it with rhe latest version of mkvtoolkit
Last edited by teodz1984; 30th Apr 2019 at 22:56.
How do I do that?
Via the muxing GUI:
1. Open MKVToolNix GUI
2. Drag&drop your file into it
3. Click "Start multiplexing"
MKVToolNix also includes a CLI tool that can add the statistic tags in-place. Example:
mkvpropedit --add-track-statistics-tags "file.mkv"
for %a in (*.mkv) do mkvpropedit --add-track-statistics-tags "%~a"
Thanks for the help and pointing me in the right direction!
Both methods worked: the simple remux and the mkvpropedit, with the mkvpropedit method running faster.
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