Originally Posted by bighick
right click and delete the srt?
If you are talking about an existing sub in the mkv you should be able to just uncheck it in mkvtoolnix.
I like to reencode the mkv with hard subs myself since the only time i use subs is movies that dont have 100% english (district 9 and 2012 the first that come to mind). But that takes a few hours.
Yes , all i had to do was uncheck it.
Whats that default/forced track option all about ?
By the way i get an error playing the files i modified with mkvmerge , movie player says: An error ocurred, Can't display both text subtitles and subpictures.