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Removing Subtitle and replacing audio

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by jd254, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. jd254

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    Here's my dilemma:

    I downloaded the HD version of Troy (8GB!!!), but in Russian with Russian subtitles. I need to remove the subtitles if possible and replace the audio with the original. I have the original DVD. I know it's possible to do all this as long as the subtitle isn't written directly into the film (I'm assuming a bunch of stuff at this point), but replacing the audio should b cake. How would I go about doing this? Virtual Dub (some, but little experience with this over 4 years ago) and DVD Decrypter comes to mind. I remember when I was converting DVD to AVI's the hard way. took 3 hours! lol
     
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    What format is the download?
    MKV?
     
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    wow everything seems 1-2-3... assuming I need to rip the audio from my DVD in mp3 format, when I compile/merge the mp3 with the extracted video file, how can I preview the movie to make sure there's no lip sync problem?
     
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    how do i fix the lip sync problem?
     
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    Can you load the .mkv (.mka?) file into VirtualDubMod, and check the 'Frame Rate' under 'Video', to see if there's a difference?
     

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