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Subtitle WorkShop Problem

Discussion in 'Subtitle help' started by Fritaz, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. Fritaz

    Fritaz Member

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    i made a video, made the subtitles.. wich was OK until i found this problem:
    how do i save my video WITH subtitles so i can see it?
    thanks for help ;D
     
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    If it's, for example, a DivX file and the subs are .srt format and the standalone player is DivX compatible, then as long as the video and the subs have the same name (myvideo.avi myvideo.srt) they can be burned to a data DVD.
    If you want to convert the AVI to DVD format with subs, then use DVD Flick to add the subs.

    http://www.dvdflick.net/
     
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    thanks maaaannn..... :DD
    im gonna download the prog right now
    thanks ;D
     
  4. Fritaz

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    ok i got a problem =\
    with DVD flick...
    i add the title, i add the subs, right.. i click Creat DVD, and after i create it, when i click do reproduce the video, doesn't appear any subs! D:
    help me! lol
     
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    attar Senior member

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    I assume your playing the video on the PC using a media player - the subs have to be turned on from the menu.
     
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    what menu?
    if u could, ss plz
    :D
    ty
     
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    what media player are you using on your pc?
     
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    r u usind a dvd player for reproduction on your pc or a media player?
    if the anser is yes then u have problem, else ...
     
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    i use realplayer =\
     
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    If you are using Windows Media Player, start it running.
    Click 'Play' 'Captions and Subtitles'; select 'On if Available'.
    Then click 'File' and open the folder that the DVD Flick saved the files.
     
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    Sorry, not familiar with that one.
     
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    thanks for the help.. i'll try it..
    must be the same in realplayer
    ty a lot :D
     
  13. vagoskr

    vagoskr Guest

    hi!!

    I read your conversation about the subtitles. I have a question though.

    I have the movie "Fantastic Four 2" and it subtitles. I want that movie burn it on DVD with the subtitles so when the movie play on my DVD player (not on my computer) the subtitles appear.

    I have downloaded DVD Flick.What should I do to "combine" the movie and the subtitles on a DVD?

    I would realy appriciate if you reply on my question.
    Thanks a lot!!!
     
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    attar Senior member

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    Click 'Add' to add the title then click 'Edit' then the 'Subtitles' tab to add the subs.
     
  15. vagoskr

    vagoskr Guest

    hi again.

    And after that how do i burn those files an a DVD so when i play it on a DVDplayer the subtitles work?

    I would really apriciate if you could tell me as much detailable as you can the steps that i should do to burn those files on a DVD.

    I look forward to reply me.
    thanks a lot!!
     
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    Burn the DVD with 'ImgBurn' by locating the output folder containing the files created by DVD Flick

    http://www.imgburn.com/

    Run ImgBurn

    Click 'Mode' > 'Build'
    Click 'Output' > 'Device'
    Click 'File' > 'Browse for Folder', highlight on the 'VIDEO_TS' folder, > 'OK'
    Set burning speed to 4x and click the green write button.

    The subtitles are turned on by the remote control of the standalone player.
    Depending on the remote, it has a 'Subtitles' button, or it may be a 'Display' button.
    The manual contains the instructions.
     
  17. vagoskr

    vagoskr Guest

    Hi attar!!

    Thank you very much for your help.
    I will try to burn my movie then.
    Thanks a lot attar :)!!
     

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