Set the subtitle codec. This is an alias for -codec: See -discard option to disable streams individually. As an output option, disables subtitle recording i. For full manual control see the -map option.
A copy of the license is available from the Free Software Foundation. As is mentioned later on this page, I'm no ffmpeg expert so I'm not really the person to ask and such questions will be ignored. Please visit this page. I also wondered if it would be possible to convert some of these files to the. Best of all would be the ability to do all of this with a single tool. Well, it is possible, and that single tool is ffmpeg. This tutorial should enable you to install ffmpeg and the auxiliary libraries that will give ffmpeg support for various codecs.
It's a very powerful, free command line tool that I'd previously only worked with in tandem with some sort of GUI or partner app, and had never really tried to work with it on its own due to its bewildering plethora of options. But after a little trial and error I've settled on the following commands to replace audio streams in video files, re encoding where necessary, and avoiding video transcoding if possible in order to retain video image quality. In Windows 10, you can shift-right click in the Explorer directory that houses your video file to open a command window just select the very handy 'Open command window here' option. Firstly, if you'd like to strip the audio from a video file, you can use this command: Similarly, you could use -vn to remove a video stream instead.