7 May 2012 14:22
Hello... It is really simple... LOL - Maybe the 2nd or 3rd time !
1st, always work with copies of your source files.
Convert the movie source file to .mkv (Matroska)
This takes very little time !
In mkvmerge GUI you will see (depending on what audio and subtitle files may have been included in the original source 'container') Checkmark Boxes next to all files.
Select those files you wish.
When you have the 'version' of the movie that you want with audio and or subtitles from source,
do the process again with your recently converted .mkv contasiner and add the new subtitle that you have.
Remember that you can add or delete any files within a Matroska 'container', so if you have a movie with languages you do not want, just do not include them in your conversion.
btw, mkvmerge GUI iss FREE
Apologies if my above explanation is not adequate. I will be happy to give more help if you like !
Perhaps I should write a clear and 'step by step' tutorial for these processes.
Please believe me, doing anything with mkvmerge GUI is measured in seconds or minutes... NOT HOURS !