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Does ffmpeg keep on screen text that is used when a foreign or unknown language is used so that it can be understood what they are saying? I'm not talking about subtitles, but on screen text. I use ffmpeg to copy 4k mkv movies and change the audio to Dolby digital as my Samsung TV only recognizes Dolby when you're playing a movie from a hard drive connected to USB. I know, Samsung is frustrating and it's a 2021 85 neo QLED. Anyway, I know how to copy the mkv, convert audio, keep subtitles but I'm curious does ffmpeg keep on screen text or do I need to add a command. I'm using make MKV to rip the movie from my 4k DVD do I can have it as a file to play instead of switching out Dvd,s. Thanks.

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