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Which Authoring Program supports Subtitles?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by WandererZ, Aug 14, 2002.

  1. WandererZ

    WandererZ Member

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    Hi, i'm making DVDs that need switchable subtitles, I can use SubRip to rip the subtitles from the VOB files, but i cannot find a way to import that subtitle file to my authoring program. I'm currently using SpruceUP. Please help.
     
  2. Icebox75

    Icebox75 Guest

    I also rely heavily on subtitles, since i do alot of video editing for deaf people.

    I bought DVDit! and found out later on, that it doesn't support subtitle import. I downloaded then a trial version of ReelDVD. It will support subtitles, but you will have to import them picture by picture, or if you want a "batch" import you will have to write an .sst file to do that (explained in ReelDVD help file).

    The Program is very picky with the picture format and I have not yet created a video with subs myself.

    I looked on the internet for the past 2 days on subtiles, but there is no real help out there.

    I know how to do permanent subs in videos like AVI, VCD, SVCD and and and, but VOB with sub nope.

    I will need some help too with that.

    THANKS
     
  3. jnihil

    jnihil Moderator Staff Member

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    Scenarist and DVDMaestro supports subtitles. Doom9 has a guide on subtitling with DVDMaestro.
     
  4. Icebox75

    Icebox75 Guest

    Thanks again...

    I downloaded MaestroSTB, and it helped me creating the .sst file that I need plus the BMP's in the right size (I was suprised, that it did that in under 1 min.) (instead of doing it manually one at a time what takes hours)

    Now I can Add subs to VOB's thru ReelDVD.
     
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    Could you tell us the link to download trial of "MaestroSTB"?
     
  6. WandererZ

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    Thanks for the info, i got DVDMaestro, and now i can import subtitles.

    Answer to tgalaj: MaestroSBT is freeware, u can download it from Doom9.org.
     
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    Anyone would like to share DVDMaestor's tutorials or manuals? (I'm not talking about the document on doom9.org)
     

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