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No Subtitles?

Discussion in 'Subtitle help' started by vickijane, Sep 4, 2005.

  1. vickijane

    vickijane Member

    Sep 4, 2005
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    Hi, I read your article "How to convert AVI files (DivX, XviD etc.) to DVD with Avi2DVD" recently and it was not only quite informative, but so simple to follow. I might add that my AVI file converted and burned beautifully using these instructions and software. The only problem is, the subtitles didn't show up on the DVD. The subtitles were in fact in an .srt format, they showed up in AVI2DVD. I will copy the log file here, as I'm not sure of any of the technical stuff it might say other than "....successfully!" I have "X'd" out the title of the movie.

    [12:50:31 AM] AVI2DVD Started !
    [12:50:34 AM] Type mode : Avi Input
    [12:50:34 AM] Output : Dvd
    [12:50:34 AM] Encoder Selected : HCEnc
    [12:50:35 AM] Start demuxing the AudioStream No.1 ...
    [12:51:17 AM] Demuxing of the selected audio finished successfully ! [C:\Documents and
    Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\Extracted_Audio.mp3 96202848 Bytes]
    [12:51:19 AM] Audio extracted renamed successfully ! [C:\Documents and Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\Fixed_Audio01.mp3 96202848 Bytes]
    [12:51:19 AM] Starts Mp3->Ac3 convertion ...
    [12:56:31 AM] Ac3 generated successfully ! [C:\Documents and Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\AudioStream 1 MP3 2CH.ac3 286354944 Bytes]
    [12:56:32 AM] Start creating avisynth script ...
    [12:56:32 AM] Avisynth script created successfully ! [C:\Documents and Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\Avisynth_Script_File.avs 211 Bytes]
    [12:56:32 AM] Bitrate used : 5617 Kbpps
    [12:56:32 AM] Start video encoding ...
    [4:29:03 AM] Video encoded successfully ! [C:\Documents and Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\Encoded_Video.m2v 4188876955 Bytes]
    [4:29:13 AM] Pulldown of the m2v is starting ...
    [4:41:18 AM] M2v pulldowned successfully ! [C:\DOCUME~1\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\AVI2DV~1\Pulldown_Video.m2v 4188876955 Bytes]
    [4:41:18 AM] Muxing Video+Audio(s) ...
    [4:51:55 AM] M2v muxed successfully ! [C:\Documents and Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\Encoded_Video_Muxed.mpg 4556730368 Bytes]
    [4:51:55 AM] One subtitle found
    [4:51:55 AM] Spumux script generation ...
    [4:51:55 AM] Spumux script generated successfully !
    [4:51:55 AM] Muxing the subtitle...
    [5:04:45 AM] Subitles muxed successfully ! [C:\Documents and Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\Encoded_Video_Muxed_Subbed.mpg 4559419392 Bytes]
    [5:04:45 AM] Author script generation ...
    [5:04:45 AM] Author script generated successfully !
    [5:04:45 AM] Start authoring ...
    [5:18:39 AM] Dvd authored successfully ! [ C:\Documents and Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\DVD ]
    [5:18:39 AM] Generating iso ...
    [5:29:50 AM] Iso generated successfully ! This is the file that you must burn --> [C:\Documents and Settings\Lovetts\Desktop\Movies\XXXXXXX\Avi2dvd_temp\DVD_Image.iso 4559179776 Bytes]
    [5:29:50 AM] Job Done !!!
    [5:29:51 AM] All Jobs Done !!!

    I did happen to notice it says "One Subtitle Found". I certainly hope that means one .srt file found and not just one subtitle, or sentence!

    Anyway, like I said, the movie and sound converted and burned great, and both look and sound really nice on DVD, I just need to know what they're saying! Any help or suggestions is much appreciated.

    Thank you,
  2. vickijane

    vickijane Member

    Sep 4, 2005
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    Ok...the movie plays fine on my computer but DVD+R that I burned it on won't play in my DVD player. Says "Please Check Disc". Maybe my DVD player doesn't read DVD+R?
  3. borhan9

    borhan9 Active member

    May 25, 2005
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    Well if it doesnt play + try -R and c if that helps

    and it could also b the media ur using...
  4. nrautava

    nrautava Guest

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