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Converting .avi file to .mkv and adding audio tracks in single mkv container.It is not good variant for me.Maybe is there some useful kodi addon for it?
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(2015-03-07, 22:13)Martijn Wrote: [ -> ]not supported

Kodi is the best media player which i have ever seen))And this a pity that this feature is not supported in it.If this ability was there kodi would be perfect player.
[SMILING FACE WITH OPEN MOUTH AND SMILING EYES]
155415 (thread)
There was a patch for Frodo.
Wow. I was looking for it a couple of years ago. Is it still not possible to play external audio like subtitles?
Wow - yes Smile
6104 (PR)
2562 (PR)

Read the comments on those PR's and then think about it for a bit
In the meantime it is trivial to remux to mkv with the extra audio track.
(2015-03-07, 21:55)inimicos Wrote: [ -> ]Converting .avi file to .mkv and adding audio tracks in single mkv container.It is not good variant for me.Maybe is there some useful kodi addon for it?

Woww. Yess. This is awesome idea. Did you find any add-on for this option?
(2015-10-31, 12:16)mstgnck Wrote: [ -> ]
(2015-03-07, 21:55)inimicos Wrote: [ -> ]Converting .avi file to .mkv and adding audio tracks in single mkv container.It is not good variant for me.Maybe is there some useful kodi addon for it?

Woww. Yess. This is awesome idea. Did you find any add-on for this option?

No. remux is the only way, mkvtoolnix is great, try it.