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  1. I downloaded JMkvpropedit to my Windows 10 PC & have tried to remove the titles within various MKVs so that they match the actual titles I have given them, but the program doesn't do a thing? I tried a few other tests, such as removing chapters to see if that works, but it didn't.

    What am I missing here? I've got MKVToolnix, & I know this program is a GUI for Mkvpropedit, but I have seen no info anywhere about where to actually put the software, nor other instructions on how to get it up and running properly?
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    you need java runtime to run this program, do you have it installed? if not:
    https://www.java.com/en/download/
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    You can do it in MKVToolnix -- just load the file in highlight the video and look in the right hand panel and change as required, do this for the audio track/s as well. Also look in the Output and Attachments panels
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    Originally Posted by jan5678 View Post
    you need java runtime to run this program, do you have it installed? if not:
    https://www.java.com/en/download/
    I have Mkvpropedit within my MKVToolnix folder, comes with it and I don't have java runtime. It all works.
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  5. I've got Java as well but still doesn't work. I don'tr know what I need to do to get this to work under Mkvpropedit, which is basically to remove the title embedded in MKVs so that I'm only using the ones I actually see? I know I can do it with MKVToolnix but that's only one at a time.
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    There is probably a batch mode in MKVToolnix but I've not used it. Check this out https://forums.plex.tv/t/how-to-remove-tag-spam-and-set-language-in-several-mkv-files-at-once/235537
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  7. In JMkvpropedit's "General" tab you can select the mkvpropedit.exe location at the bottom. To remove the Title element enter "--edit info --delete title" in the "Extra parameters" field. In the "Output" tab there is a log - post it here if it still does not work like expected.

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    Originally Posted by magnu View Post
    have tried to remove the titles within various MKVs so that they match the actual titles I have given them, but the program doesn't do a thing?
    What do you mean by "titles I have given them"? File names?
    Last edited by sneaker; 26th Oct 2019 at 04:44.
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  8. I mean the file names. I was very tired when typing that and couldn't think.

    I have done this but nothing happens to the file & nothing shows up in the Output Tab?
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  9. Is MKVToolNix properly installed? What version? What OS are you using? Is there no error message if you click "Process files"?
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  10. Yes, it is properly installed & I have the current 64bit Windows 10 as well as 64bit Java.
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  11. Is there no error message then you click "Process files"?
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  12. There was no error messages. However, I just deleted the software then reinstalled it in the same place & it now works! Don't know what happened before?
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