I have a number of files - mainly mkv but a few mp4 - which have subtitles within the file.
They are NOT hard-coded OR in a seperate .srt file.
The timing etc is not causing problems BUT there are quite of a number of errors I need to rectify
Is there anyway I can simply edit them where they are?
It seems a bit of a faff to strip them out, edit them and then put them back but thats looking like it might need have to be done ASSUMING it can be done.
Any help appreciated and Thanks In Advance
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To be clear: SubtitleEdit can open subtitles from containers like mkv or mp4 directly. So you can skip the first step of your work flow (manual extraction from the container). AFAIK you still need to manually mux to mkv afterwards because Subtitle Edit cannot output to mkv, only to srt, ass etc.