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Thread: How Do I Add Subtitle Files To A Movie?

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    I've got the IDX file, the IFO file and the SUB file. I'm just not sure what to do with them. Any suggestions?

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  3. Movies & TV   -   #2
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    Do you want to permanently add the subtitles to the movie or not?

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    do you guys know where to get the ifo file?

  5. Movies & TV   -   #4
    Permanent works for me. But really any means to do it is fine as my Japanese isn't so good

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    The better way is the non-permanent way, since the original movie will always be intact and you can still share it as a copy of the original.
    I recommend using BSPlayer. It supports .txt, .sub, .srt.

    Do the following:

    Open up BSPlayer.
    Right-click on BSPlayer, go to 'Options' > 'Preferences...'
    Click on the subtitles tab and choose the 'Subtitles Directory'
    Put the subtitles file inside that directory.
    Now, if your subtitles file has the exact same name as the movie file, whenever you open up that movie, the subs will automatically be loaded too.
    If not, you'll have to load them yourself manually. Do the following:

    Open up the movie you want to watch.
    Right-Click on BSPlayer and click on 'Load subtitles...'
    Choose the subs you want to load and click 'Open'.

    NOTE: If you can't see the subs after you loaded them, chances are that the subs are deactivated or their color is black.
    To change this, right-click on the movie (not BSPlayer) go to 'Subtitles...' and make sure the 'Show subtitles' option is checked.
    If you still can't see them, right-click on the movie, go to 'Subtitles...' > 'Font' and make sure that the color white is checked.

    If you have any more problems, just ask!

  7. Movies & TV   -   #6
    Hmm, followed all suggestions but still no subs. the only thing I didn't do was the r-click on movie and select subtitles show option as I don't see such an option
    It's an avi file the sub file has same name as movie file

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    When I r-click as movie is playing and go to subs menu, the show sub is grayed out and the only thing selected on the menu is transparent. Is this the right setting?

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    If the option is grayed out, it means that the subs weren't loaded.
    Are you sure the .sub file has EXACTLY the same filename as the .avi?
    If it still doesn't work, try the other way that I described. The manual way.

  10. Movies & TV   -   #9
    nada when I try manual way. I even dl'd vobsub to see if that would work but alas, no go
    gonna redownload the sub file just in case it was corrupted, outside of that I'm at a loss

  11. Movies & TV   -   #10
    while we're at the subject: I downloaded Avalon. It's in polnish, which is cool, since it's the original version but i can't understand it... There is also a subtitles file called Mamoru.Osh. Anyone knows with which player to view that?
    thx


    btw
    AVALON (polnish version) kb 712848
    (i love that movie...)

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