subtitles: don't hardcode into video / remove alltogether?

Narcis Garcia debianlists at
Wed Dec 30 17:14:39 GMT 2020

A good feature for the feature: Treat subtitle tracks as any other track
in timeline (T1, T2,...), and also when rendering to file containers
that support (multiple) subtitles tracks.

Narcis Garcia

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El 30/12/20 a les 18:03, Eugen Mohr ha escrit:
> Hello Patrick
> Thank you for the feedback.
> Point 1: Some documentation is here:
> <>
> Point 2: Shift+left-mouse you can select as many subtitle as you like.
> CTRL+A for selecting all subtitles is not possible at the moment.
> Point 3: Probably with 20.12.1 you can view/un-view and lock the
> subtitle track. When un-viewed the subtitles are not rendered out. You
> can test this function with the daily build (see the download page).
> Eugen
> Am 30.12.2020 um 17:33 schrieb Patrick Totzke:
>> Hi!
>> Thanks for kdenlive, it's a great asset for preparing educational videos!
>> I just tried the new subtitles editor and have questions:
>> 1. is there online documentation that I've overlooked?
>> 2. once I've added/imported subtitles, can I remove them again all at once, without selecting and deleting all boxes individually?
>> 3. How do I prevent subtitles from being hard-coded into the video? I would like to edit them and have a separate srt file.
>> I know that I can export and thus create this file, but I wasn't able to tell kdenlive not to hardcode captions. Did I overlook something?
>> Cheers!
>> P

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