Setuptools setup.py for mkvsubmerge.
Split MKV file according to timestamp pairs specified by SRT subtitle file and then merge into a new video file.
- Python 3
Install latest version:
pip install mkvsubmerge
For mkvtoolnix installation, see https://mkvtoolnix.download/downloads.html
On macOS you can install mkvtoolnix via brew:
brew install mkvtoolnix
Upgrade to latest version:
pip install mkvsubmerge --upgrade
usage: mkvsubmerge [-h] [-o OUT] [--srt SRT] [--srt-encoding SRT_ENCODING] [--start-offset START_OFFSET] [--end-offset END_OFFSET] mkv positional arguments: mkv MKV file optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -o OUT output MKV file --srt SRT SRT file --srt-encoding SRT_ENCODING SRT file encoding --start-offset START_OFFSET offset to apply to every start timestamp --end-offset END_OFFSET offset to apply to every end timestamp
# Looks for `example_video.srt` under same directory. Will output to `example_video.surbmerge.mkv` under same directory. mkvsubmerge example_video.mkv # Will output to `example_video` under same directory. mkvsubmerge example_video.mkv --srt example_srt.srt # Will output `output_video.mkv` mkvsubmerge example_video.mkv --srt example_srt.srt -o output_video.mkv
If some sentence appears not complete in the generated video file, chances are that some timestamp falls between two key frames. See https://mkvtoolnix.download/doc/mkvmerge.html#mkvmerge.description for detailed explanation:
Note that mkvmerge(1) only makes decisions about splitting at key frame positions. This applies to both the start and the end of each range. So even if an end timestamp is between two key frames mkvmerge(1) will continue outputting the frames up to but excluding the following key frame.
In that case you can extend every timestamp pair by specifying
end-offset to include more key frames.
# This will extend every timestamp pair by two seconds. Every timestamp will start one second earlier and end one second later. # No need to worry about overlapping/out-of-bounds timestamps as mkvsubmerge will take care of them. mkvsubmerge example_video.mkv --start-offset -1000 --end-offset 1000
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