I have an .mkv file with two audio tracks. I want to remove just the first one while keeping the second one, nothing else.

I've tried looking around in VLC, but I can't see how this is done.


Use FFmpeg.

ffmpeg -i /path/to/file.mkv -map '0:v' -map '0:2' -c:v copy -c:a copy /path/to/output.mkv
  • Worked perfectly, thank you! – Gabriel Jul 11 '19 at 12:51

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