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Hardcoding subtitles, thx

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by efface, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. efface

    efface Member

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    I tried using srt2sup to get the .srt files in the format for dvd, but I guess the first .srt has a problem with it (video files are split at the moment), so I'm thinking i just want them on all the time. How would i go about making my .srt subs encoded into the video? I tried using virtualdub and adding it to the stream and saving, didnt work though. I did it with direct stream copy, do i need to do full processing? or am I going about this the wrong way? Thanks in advance
     
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    Thanks for the quick reply
     
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    will that vobsub filter work with .srt?
     
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    Ok I guess it doesn't. Any easy way to convert a .srt to .ifo?
     
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    Figured the solution...figure I will post it incase anyone searchs this problem...

    The VOBsub filter has some option pieces to be installed...there is two for virtualdub....one does the .ifo, the other...called txt-somethen-or-other does .srt and the such. Hope that helps someone
     
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    Yep, textsub and vobsub. They are both part of vsfilter.
     

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