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    DVDFab v12.0.5.7 (Win) Converter when the source has more than 1 audio stream?

    I have a few 4K UHD HRD10 MKV, no compression. They have the multiple different audio streams that were on the disc including Dolby TrueHD with Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround EX, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0 .

    Now I'd like to take those MKV files and compress the video as H265, but keep the audio intact. Setting "Copy Audio" seems to keep the initial track. On some profiles there is a check box for "Output a second audio track" with choices of AC3 and AAC.

    Is there a way (or profile) to keep ALL audio untouched and retain every track, while only re-encoding the video?

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    Please confirm:
    1. You pick 3 audio tracks for example, and there are 3 audios in the output file?
    2. Only the first audio track remained "Same as source", the other two got reencoded?

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