I'm currently ripping blu-rays with Make MKV and transcoding them via Handbrake on a mac to stream via apple TV. The DVDs are classic series Doctor Who and often a single story consisting of a few episodes is available as one 'story' stream to rip and i can encode it as one (which makes my listings shorter and tidier). However some DVDs don't have this 'play all' stream, as the individual episodes have different options - like an extra alternative commentary track. These only exist as separate episodes to rip and encode. For these, I am combining them as individual mp4s in Quicktime and exporting them without encoding. BUT when i do that i lose all chapters and can only have one audio track.
One workaround is to combine the MKVs first using MKVtoolnix. BUT I can only do that if they have the same number of audio tracks.
So.. is there something i can use to edit tracks - delete, rearrange or even insert a placeholder blank audio track? I want to make each separate mkv the same, so that when i combine them there's no confusion or missing track information. I have MKVtoolnix, subler and Remux, but can't figure out a way to do this..
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Just drag/drop them onto the window while it's running.