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How to add subtitles to movie using ConvertXtoDVD can anyone help please!!

Discussion in 'Subtitle help' started by tharius, May 8, 2007.

  1. tharius

    tharius Member

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    Downloaded The HOst in two parts have to SRT files dont know the first thing to do to them can someone please tell me how to add on the files and if I wanted to Convert both movie files at the same time much appreciated thanks....
     
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    If you use ConvertXtoDVD.
    File > Add Video File, and select both .avi files

    Both files show on left panel.(cd1.avi and cd2.avi)

    Right click on first file and 'add subtitle channel'
    Locate the subs associated with this .avi
    The subtitles should have the same name as the video (except they have .srt as the extension) cd1.srt and cd2.srt

    Do the same for the second file.

    Remember to set your tv format in 'Settings' before pressing 'Convert'.
    Good luck.
     
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    Thankyou very much ATTAR, now you mentioned setting my Tv format what should it be on for subs I have it on NTSC and Auto....
     
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    I live in NTSC land and use the default for subs.
    If your TV is 4:3 and the video is 16:9, the first line of a sub will be on the movie and the second will be in the black bar of the letterbox.
    You can adjust them in the subtitles setting tab.
     
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    Wow did not know any of this how do i find out what my TV is????
     
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    You either have the same screen 4:3 that came out in the fifties or a new wide screen model... which everyone in Europe seem to have.
     
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