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    I have an AVI file and a text file containing the subs for the movie.
    Its in this format.
    {7}{143}Blah
    {150}{238}Blah
    {299}{363}Blah
    I can use BSPlayer to load the AVI and the subs, but is there a way I can add the subs into the actual movie file itself?

    TIA

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    Originally posted by brendandonhue@9 May 2003 - 18:39
    I have an AVI file and a text file containing the subs for the movie.
    Its in this format.
    {7}{143}Blah
    {150}{238}Blah
    {299}{363}Blah
    I can use BSPlayer to load the AVI and the subs, but is there a way I can add the subs into the actual movie file itself?

    TIA
    DirectVobSub

  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    Thx a lot

  4. Movies & TV   -   #4
    DirectVobSub only works if you have the program installed. Is there a way to add the subs to the actual movie file?

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    yes you can but then you will make a .mpg file you cannot ad a sub to an avi

  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
    Originally posted by {I}{K}{E}@9 May 2003 - 19:52
    yes you can but then you will make a .mpg file you cannot ad a sub to an avi
    that is not true,you CAN get subtitles in a .avi but that means that you have to recompress the movie again and you will lose quality.

    If you still want to do it,then follow this guide GUIDE FOR ADDING SUBTITLES BUT STOP when they say that you should use frameserving because that is only for encoding VCD/SVCD etc.
    Instead of frameserving you have to choose a codec example DivX
    and then save it as a new AVI and you are done.
    It will take some time like 30 minutes.

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