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Burn AVI file (without converting) with subtitles

Discussion in 'Subtitle help' started by zeez14, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. zeez14

    zeez14 Member

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    hi

    i want add subtitles to my avi file before burning into a dvd disc

    -i have the avi file and the srt file
    -i named them like each other
    -i can burn avi files to a dvd disc and watch them on dvd player without converting to vob

    so i just wanna know how can i activate the srt file


    Thanks alot mates
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    If the files are named, 'something.avi' and 'something.srt'

    The remote has a 'Subtitles' or 'Display' button that should activate the subs.

    To test, you can also play the disk in the PC with the media player and activate the subtitles.
     
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    i have already tried this mate, but i couldnt find any thing in my dvd that activates subs!

    in windows media player it worked though

    i just wanna know do i necessarily need to convert from avi format in order to get subs...because conversion takes some quality and also could be very large in size

    anyways thanks attar :)
     
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    pryme_H Regular member

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    If you have a multi-format stand-alone player that support AVI movies, then you can burn them instantly without the need for conversion. What's the make and model of your DVD player?
     
  5. zeez14

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    my dvd Philips, but i am not sure about the exact model, and unfortunately i am currently away from home

    but anyways i have tried some avi files and they worked, my problem is with subtitles
     

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