General questions or discussion about HandBrake, Video and/or audio transcoding, trends etc.
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Yes. Actually, you can only encode one subtitle anyway: HandBrake doesn't do soft subtitles, so whichever subtitle you select will always be displayed as it will be encoded in the video.shapper wrote:Hello,
I am encoding a movie from a VIDEO_TS folder and it has 8 subtitles languages.
Can I encode it keeping only one of them?
In HandBrake, select the Audio & Subtitles tab, and select the subtitle track you want. It's as simple as that.shapper wrote:How can I do this?
Often, your DVD may have several subtitles for the same language, so you might be unsure of which subtitle to select; in this case, you may need to try encoding with each subtitle track to see which one is the one you want (you only need to encode a relevant chapter, not the whole movie).
This is strange because I encoded a movie that had 6 languages.Rodeo wrote: Yes. Actually, you can only encode one subtitle anyway: HandBrake doesn't do soft subtitles, so whichever subtitle you select will always be displayed as it will be encoded in the video.
I selected English in the tab you said and when I went to see the movie I still had all the subtitles there and I could select all of them.
I used MKV with H.264.
What am I missing here?