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How to delete excess audiotracks on VLC?

07/22/2020 174 views
Hi, there are 4 audio tracks established in VLC by default. Can I switch off or remove some unnecessary of it to avoid multiple switches between them?
Thanks!
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VLC is a player not a editor, thus you need a editor.

If it has multiple tracks, taking a punt - is it a MKV file?

Answered 07/23/2020 by: rileyz
Red Belt

  • I see. I thought maybe it's in the settings or somewhere.
    Yes. it has MKV files. What do you mean under the punt?
    • Use this tool to remove the tracks
      https://mkvtoolnix.download/

      Its free and open source.


      Punt: UK slang for, take a bet.
      • Thanks))
      • Unfortunately, it didn't work out because there is a limit on a right to edit the file, etc. but still thank you

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User left click on “Open File… Ctrl+O (menu item)” in “VLC Player” User mouse drag start on “Position (indicator)” in “Select one or more files to open” User left click on “Audio Alt+A (menu item)” Audio track and then select the track of your native language not the domestic language track of the movie file

Answered 07/28/2020 by: prince0052
Yellow Belt

  • Thank you for the answer but this is not the same, I want to switch tracks while I watch a movie, not just in a begin
    Besides, this does not work out even after loading a new episode because the settings don't save the changes

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