I want to convert a folder of .mkv files for online use.
By this, I mean burning in the subtitles and if possible, adding two different languages (so Youtube will let the users choose.)
Handbrake did the thing a while ago. I could add subtitles, and let the whole thing go down in one batch. Of course I had to add each file into the queue by hand. But that minor annoyance wasn't such a big deal. But this only worked with one set of files.
I'm searching for a free or non-free tool that could do the job.
I know I could just do a Google search... but there are so many applications available, I can't even decide which one to try.
The files are stored in a folder. Just one, no sub-folders. They are in .mkv format, and the subtitle(s) are inside the .mkv container. Sound(s) and video is the same, everything is in the same container.