Regularly I am burning in subtitles. This is going fine, but I always need to manually set flags to Yes, each time.
Now, when I start up MKVToolNix Gui, the flags are set to YES (Greyed out) (1)
Upon adding a video file, together with the .srt, most flags are set to NO (2)
I change them to YES and start multiplexing (3)
Any idea as to how to set them to YES by default when adding a video/srt file?
Or, maybe this isn't a good idea?
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It's very uncommon to set all flags to yes. May I ask why you'd want to do so?
As said, I want to have the subtitles burned in.
Normally I would just set "Force Display">Yes only and that works fine. Subtitles show up.
However, now I have a few video files that do not display the subtitles even with Force Display=Yes.
Just gave it a try and discovered that the subtitles are indeed displayed when setting all flags to "yes'.
(I don't know why this is and I am not an expert, the only thing I want is to have them burned in AND displayed)
VLC player) yes, with most TV players no.
Don't know how or what happened earlier, but I just started all over again.
Now the subtitles are burned in and visible/displayed with Force Display=Yes only.
Am puzzled, but things are okay now. Surely I have done something wrong...
Really very sorry for the inconvenience folks, sorry!
Subtitles aren't burned in if you have force display turned on.I think,therefore i am a hamster.
What software are you using to 'burn in the subtitles'.
As you would know MKVToolnix doesn't have the ability to burn-in subtitles as part of the image.SONY 75" Full array 200Hz LED TV, Yamaha A1070 amp, Zidoo UHD3000, BeyonWiz PVR V2 (Enigma2 clone), Chromecast, Windows 7 Ultimate, QNAP NAS TS851