I’ve got a Matroska Media Container file (.MKV); summarizing it with “MediaInfo” shows it’s gotten a few text streams (I guess they’re subtitles, although they’re not shown during VLC Media Player playback), and summarizing it with MKVToolNix shows all these ‘substitles’ along other weird entries.
I know I can use the latter program to actually “save” the .MKV file without unnecessary data (everything except the Video and Audio), but I’ve never been a fan of those kinds of tools and would like to know if there’s actually a way to remove unnecessary data with FFMPEG’s command lines. All I need is the Video and Audio datas in the .MKV to later convert it into either a HEVC or AVC codec containers. (if there’s a command that can do all that in one go, please let me know)
Thanks a lot.