How to create MKV file w/ 2 or more audio tracks?

Discussion in 'Editing Help' started by ThalesEditions, Apr 5, 2017.

  1. ThalesEditions

    ThalesEditions New Member

    I was thinking since I saw I mkv file with 2 audio tracks put in it... how I do that?
    Programms like Zarkx264, amvsimple, Baka Encoder couldn't help me, or it could?

    So let me know if u have any idea. Thanks :)
  2. Replay

    Replay Administrator Staff Member

  3. ThalesEditions

    ThalesEditions New Member

    Oh... Thanks!
  4. mittoh!

    mittoh! Guest

    Basically what replay said but,
    MKV's can have any number or audio and video layers so rendering in any mkv editing program such as Avidemux or just using mkvtoolnix/virtualdub should give you the right results.
    I guess you already have CCCP installed? (combined community codec pack)
    Its essential for manipulating MKV's :p

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