On Mon, 07 Mar 2016, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2016-03-07 13:21, Charles Philip Chan wrote:
"Carlos E. R." <> writes:
Avidemux - one sound track only.
Not true. If you go to "Audio"-> "Select Track", you should be
select the tracks you want.
avidemux2 only allows one track from the current file. Another track
must come from an external file.
Nope. You can cut the file as descriped in the parallel post,
and then save first the second and more audio-tracks to an external
file by selecting each as Main audio track (Audio -> Main track), then
lastly select the "main" audio track as "Main Audio" and save that
together with the video (or also as external file).
Then mux it all together with mkvmerge.
avidemux3 can pick several tracks, apparently, but I
have to specify
which file for each track, instead of the thing picking automatically
all tracks in the current video file.
Works for me.
And anyway, avidemux3 aborts in the middle of the film,
Broken file ... One could try massaging it with mencoder/handbrake or
so, depending what's broken (whole stream, just video or audio).
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