I asked this question, which was subsequently closed as being off-topic because it was deemed a shopping question for asking about software. However, the Meta help question linked to by the close reason itself states clearly that not all such questions are off-topic, and gives guidelines for asking one, which my question adheres to.
My question doesn't simply ask "recommend a program for X", but states clearly the specific problem I'm having, and explains that
MKVToolNix, two of the industry-standard tools in this context, wouldn't help me for this use case.
What's more, a day later, I have my own answer to this question prepared, and it involved having to use no less than three different pieces of software (not including Handbrake) further proving that it was a very specific use case that didn't amount to a simple recommendation of software, but required a fully-developed solution (that would be off-topic on Software Recommendations).
With all this in mind, why was my question closed as being "off-topic" when it subscribes to all of the guidelines for a good question?