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It does have to do it this way, yes, as all frames of all tracks are interleaved by their timestamps. This means that all frames of video, audio & subtitle tracks that should be played at timestamp X are located closely together in the file. Conversely this means that the frames of a single track (no matter its type) are distributed all over the file. Taking out those frames isn't possible, and putting others into their place (or rather: where they should be located according to their timestamps) doesn't work either.
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