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  1. I've been trying to extract the subtitles from a .mkv video and make it work in another .mkv video but the subtitles are different. The .ass file i extracted works perfectly in the original video file but if i apply it to another video, it janks up. I've tried edit Subtitles and mkvCleaver but the results are the same.
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  2. Does original have fonts that you did not include in the 2nd MKV ?
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  3. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Does original have fonts that you did not include in the 2nd MKV ?
    I'm not sure how to extract those fonts that are used in the original video.
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  4. Originally Posted by TheCheezyBear View Post
    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Does original have fonts that you did not include in the 2nd MKV ?
    I'm not sure how to extract those fonts that are used in the original video.

    mkvextract to extract, and/or mkvmerge to mux a new mkv

    An easy way for a GUI would be mkvtoolnix GUI . You don't need to "extract" the fonts or any attachments . Open the original mkv, unselect streams you don't want - such as the old original video and/or audio. Add new video and/or audio from the 2nd mkv. Check attachments tab, the fonts should still be there. Push start multiplexing
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  5. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post

    mkvextract to extract, and/or mkvmerge to mux a new mkv

    An easy way for a GUI would be mkvtoolnix GUI . You don't need to "extract" the fonts or any attachments . Open the original mkv, unselect streams you don't want - such as the old original video and/or audio. Add new video and/or audio from the 2nd mkv. Check attachments tab, the fonts should still be there. Push start multiplexing
    that works. thanks
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