Well if you want to convert everything to the same extension (.mkv, .avi, .mpeg, etc) then I would use AutoMKV. Its free, simple to use, and will convert ANYTHING to ANYTHING. A word of advice though, if you encode to wmv make SURE the same program encodes it. AutoMKV sometimes switches from WM9 encoder to ffmpeg, which can cause problems even though they are the same file extension. Hope this helps.
More exactly MKV is about a container (from where the name Matroska, in reference to the Russian headstocks) making it possible to contain video (DivX, Xvid, RV9, etc), sound (MP3, MP2, AC3, Ogg, AAC, SDR, PCM), as well as subtitles (SRT, ASS, SSA, USF, etc) in the same file.
Use a converter to convert your file to MKV format, but it will not contain the subtitle
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