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    how can i stick mysubtitels to a movie

    please help me

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    ok if u wanna play video with external subtitles(srt, sub, idx)
    Install VobSub (google it )


    then rename the subtitle file to the same name as the video file but with the extension .srt(or.sub). Example:
    no_mans_land.avi
    no_mans_land.srt ..( both these file should be in the same folder )

    Play the AVI with your favorite software video player and the subtitles should appear. You should also see a green arrow in the system tray ...

    another easier method by using vlc player
    http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

    to open a subtitles file, use the Advanced Open dialog box (Menu File, Open file). Select your file by clicking on the Browse button. Then, check the subtitle options checkbox and click on the Settings button.Select a subtitles file ..You can then select the subtitles file by clicking the Browse button..


  3. Movies & TV   -   #3
    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird View Post
    ok if u wanna play video with external subtitles(srt, sub, idx)
    Install VobSub (google it )


    then rename the subtitle file to the same name as the video file but with the extension .srt(or.sub). Example:
    no_mans_land.avi
    no_mans_land.srt ..( both these file should be in the same folder )

    Play the AVI with your favorite software video player and the subtitles should appear. You should also see a green arrow in the system tray ...

    another easier method by using vlc player
    http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

    to open a subtitles file, use the Advanced Open dialog box (Menu File, Open file). Select your file by clicking on the Browse button. Then, check the subtitle options checkbox and click on the Settings button.Select a subtitles file ..You can then select the subtitles file by clicking the Browse button..

    Excellent little guide ..
    And if the subtitles dont sync with the movie, you could try getting a other one here:
    www.opensubtitles.org
    www.subscene.com

    syncing them yourself is a bit harder but ask if you want a little guide on how to do it.

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    that is not what i wanted to do i wanted to stick the movie and the subtitels and make them one if you understund

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    Quote Originally Posted by chertin View Post
    that is not what i wanted to do i wanted to stick the movie and the subtitels and make them one if you understund
    I did understand, but if you havent tried to do it before you couldnt know if the subs were in sync.
    Sorry anyway, was just trying to help

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    Quote Originally Posted by chertin View Post
    that is not what i wanted to do i wanted to stick the movie and the subtitels and make them one if you understund
    so you want to hardcode subs..

    what kindof subtitle file you have ?


    .idx & .sub , .srt & .ssa files, or .sub files ?

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    srt

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    use virtualdub, the only two thing are (1) you need to convert the *.srt files into *.ssa files and (2) you need to download a plugin for virtualdub, available on the main webpage.

    Download links:
    http://virtualdub.sourceforge.net/

    Subtitler plugin:
    http://www.virtualdub.org/downloads/subtitler-2_4.zip

    SRT to SSA Sub Converter:
    http://www.divx-digest.com/software/srt2ssa.html

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    thanks man

    but how do i need to yous it

    can you please give me a guide
    Last edited by chertin; 10-05-2007 at 09:05 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

  10. Movies & TV   -   #10
    I haven't tried this guide myself, but it looks like it's fairly easy. (The program in the guide is using virtualdub too I think)
    http://beans.seartipy.com/2007/05/20...ing-avirecomp/

    Start where its says: Merging Subtitles with AVI Files Using AviRecomp
    Hope this helps you

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