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There is no professional tool that does this, as far as I know. It is never done, presumably because it would not be good enough and would need to be corrected by a human anyway. There are of course many subtitling applications into which you can import your transcript and then do the spotting by hand. And they have varying features to make it ...


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What player are you using? Unless you have the "forced" flag set, it's a player option whether subtitles are displayed automatically or not and in which language if you have several subtitle tracks. First, set the "default-flag" to false: mkvpropedit video.mkv --edit track:s1 --set flag-default=0 Then lookup your player preferences. In VLC (2.0.8), I ...


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I gave up and contacted the author of mkvpropedit to ask if it was possible to do what I wanted to do. The first answer I got was 'No'. But I persevered and asked if there was any setting that will trick the player into not recognizing a subtitle track? The response was to set the Codec ID to something the player doesn't support. Eureka! mkvpropedit --edit ...



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