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Divx-VCD with Subtitles, i can't see subtitle in tmpeng

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  1. WestrnGuy

    WestrnGuy Member

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    As i already said in the title, i can't see subtitles in preview part of the tmpeng and i can't hear any sounds either. I installed ffdshow and tried to watch the movie with mediaplayer but the subtitles are not available. How can solve this problem?
     
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    You need to make sure the subtitle file has the exact same name as the video file except for the extension of course. Also, TMPGEnc cannot use AC3 audio, so that might be the problem with no sound.
     
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    but the video has an mp3 format audio, and the subtitle has the exact name with the film.
    The film name is : dvl-tws.avi
    and the subtitle's name is : dvl-tws.srt
    And i can still not view this film with the subtitles in windows media player.
     
  4. shiroh

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    for video playback i use media player classic.
    it can play those subs.

    or i would use directshow vobsub
     
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    Yeah don't use Windows Media Player, it sucks for almost everything. I use Winamp for media playing instead because it is good.
     
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    ok, there isn't any problem with the subtitles anymore i did it, but how can I solve the audio problem? If I try to convert the film into mpeg or whatever it is, will the audio be avaiable or not?
     
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    you may have to split the audio and the video into separate streams. this is called "demuxing." you can use the guide here on converting divx to avi to learn how to demux with vdub. you will then have to convert the audio to something different, like wav or mp2. then just select your original video as the video source and the demuxed and converted audio as the audio source and you should be able to hear it in the preview and once it is converted.
     
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    thanx, i'm going to try it when i've got free time.
     
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    I have seperated the audio from the video, i fix it with BeSliced but i have a problem with BeSweetGUI. I choose my .ac3 file which i want to convert but in the green box the text label doesn't change. It always says lst to MP2. What should I do?
     
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    are you sure you have both BeSweet and the GUI? You need both the BeSweet package and the BeSweetGUI one in order for it to work. Then point the GUI to BeSweet.exe. I know this because I also was trying with just the GUI, and no, it didn't work.
     
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    ffdshow supports subtitles. If you enable it then it should playback with subs for wmp, TMPGEnc, etc.

    Your AC3 file? I thought that you had mp3 audio? If you were to frameserve the file to TMPGEnc via AVISynth then you can use VSFilter to add the subs and the audio will be decoded to PCM on the fly.

    You might want to try BeLight instead of the default GUI, it is a little simpler.
     
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    i try this with another film. where can i find this BeLight program.

    daemonzx6, i have both besweet and gui installed.
     
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