It doesn't matter whether or not they are external or embedded, if they are soft subs (meaning they can be configured or turned on/off) then you will need a full transcode. The only subtitles that will not need a full transcode are ones that are hard coded (burned) into the video track and can't be configured or turned on/off. You'll have to see which your conversion tool is doing.MGSteve wrote:Just to confirm, for it to display the subtitles (a .sup file in the folder), you have to select a transcode option? If so, I'll convert & add subtitles into the MKV file and convert that to .m2ts instead.
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