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Add permanent sub to a DVD / video.ts file

Discussion in 'Subtitle help' started by Icemanl, Aug 21, 2007.

  1. Icemanl

    Icemanl Member

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    Hey all afterdawners!!

    Im new in the "adding subs to a dvd" and i cant get any of the guides to work proberly.. either they dont add the subs or else the program wont work for me...

    please can anyone give me a simple guide or email me an guide me through it..

    Iv tryed alot of guides from videohelp and so on...

    Its because i got a DVD in the USA and a would like to add danish subs to it so i can play it on my DVD-player in the livingroom.

    email: tigerlassedk@aol.com

    IcemanL
     
  2. Icemanl

    Icemanl Member

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    Hey agian!!

    i forgot that i got the srt. file and sub. file.

    Its ok if the org. menu could stay on the DVD buts its ok if not.

    Thanks/
     
  3. attar

    attar Senior member

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    This assumes that it's a NTSC disk.
    It also assumes that the movie has been ripped and shrinked to fit a standard DVD-5 and is now in a folder.
    If the final DVD needs to be in PAL format, it should be converted before going on (and references to NTSC should be changed to PAL).
    (If you have subs which are synced for PAL, then they should be inserted into a PAL format DVD, else the timing will be off.)

    VobEdit converts the movie to an audio and video stream.
    The GUI adds the subtitles and creates a new DVD folder.
    The original menu is not saved.


    Run VobEdit > 'Open', select VTS_01_1.VOB (the first large VOB of the title, the rest will come in at the same time).
    Demux > select 'All Video and Audio'.
    The files will be saved as an .m2v and an ac3.

    Run DVDAGUI
    Set the DVD format as NTSC.
    'Add Title' and select the .m2v and ac3
    Select 'Extras' and 'Add/Edit Subtitles'.
    In the Subtitles window, 'add subtitle' (locate the .srt file)
    In the Subtitles window, 'fps' should reflect the DVD (PAL 25, NTSC 29.97)
    Click 'Author DVD' and save the output.

    Test the output with the media player then either readjust the sub position or burn to DVD.

    VOBEDIT
    http://www.digital-digest.com/software/download.php?sid=165&ssid=0&did=1

    DVD Author GUI
    http://download.videohelp.com/liquid217/dvdauthorgui.pl
     
  4. moonrocks

    moonrocks Regular member

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    Just in addition to attar's advice...

    Can your DVD player play NTSC DVD's? If yes, then all you have to do is add the subs to the DVD, making sure they sync up (PAL/NTSC) as attar mentioned.

    I think the easiest guide to get started adding subs to a DVD is this one:

    http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=135193

    lykke til :)
     

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