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Burning in subtitles......help needed

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by daveytod, Jun 11, 2007.

  1. daveytod

    daveytod Member

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    Hi guys,
    I doubt many of you are aware of me, but I go by the same username on several sites and have compiled and released various preservation projects including 'Star Wars - The Sith Revealed', 'Star Wars Battlefront - Journal of the 501st' and '24 - The Missing Day'.

    I currently nearing completion on my latest project, 'The Clones Revealed'. It has been edited and exported from Womble MPEG Video Wizard as VTS files and the actual DVD will be authored using DVD Lab Pro. However, I'm seriously struggling to find a method to burn in subtitles to not only explain what you see on the screen, but also put names to the various commentary bites you hear throughout the movie.

    This is the only thing holding me up now on a movie I am immensley proud of creating, so any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

    daveytod
     
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    attar Senior member

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    Have you seen this guide:
    http://forum.videohelp.com/topic275603.html

    I used it to add subtitles to an existing DVD.
    The part that interested me was 'Subtitle Workshop', where you can import the video and create subtitles at any point.
     
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    toaddub Regular member

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    Another great GUIDE, from beginning to end dealing with well known scenarios, that makes use of Subtitle Workshop among other great tools.
     
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    it had been suggested to me before to try Subtitle Workshop, but everytime I imported the video (which is over 4gb) it crashed
     
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    Try SubtitleCreator. DLP has manual subtitle creation as well - have you looked into it?
     
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    attar Senior member

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    @daveytod
    Heard of it crashing if DirectVobSub is enabled (green arrow on the task-bar next to the clock)?
     

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