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Kevlar 14th September 2005 07:13 PM

Movie + subtitles on DVD
I have a movie in Xvid which I will convert to VOB using VSO DivXtoDVD 0.52 to burn it on a DVD.

Now my question is; can I put the same subtitles (.srt or .ssa) used in BSplayer on the DVD I'll burn and will my normal DVD display those subtitles?

Many thanks in advance :)

B-sides; can someone tell me what's the "upload quota" for? I'm a newbie here :roll:

adicoto 15th September 2005 07:30 AM

If you burn a Video DVD then you must use DVD subtitles (graphic file not text file). DVD2Svcd is a program that can do this (for example). It's free and easy to use. Or you can use WinAvi+vobsub and add permanent subtitle on the video. (it's the fastest way)

Kevlar 15th September 2005 01:45 PM

I've searched for DVD2Svcd and I have a lill' question; isn't this a program to convert video files from one format into another? Or can I convert the .xvid video AND the .srt subtitle file at the same time into a DVD video file (.vob)?

Moonshed 19th September 2005 03:11 AM

I wanna be Sure!
Okay, so I got the same type of thing.. So your saying that if I turn My Xvid Video into a Avi. Type, then mux the subtitles (.ssa)with Vodsub and Use Nero to Burn it that it should work? Shouldn't I kind of zip it or somthing for it to work with the subtitles or somthing? Sorry But I really Need Help! I'm only 14 :P Thx for helping me in advance, Really Appreciate it!

The Film Is Final Fantasy Advent Children BTW, Good Film!

Kevlar 3rd October 2005 02:07 PM

No-one who wants to help us? :cry:
I can't figure it out myself :(

adicoto 3rd October 2005 03:52 PM

DVD2SVCD converts any video file to any other video file. If you select avi 2 dvd it creates the directories for the DVD ready to be burned on a DVD disk. It includes also the subtitles you have selected in the main interface. When done, you can burn the video_ts and audio_ts folders with a burning software selecting DVD video to be burned. If you are satisfied with subtitles directly on video (can't be changed) you can use a faster program that's WinAvi. You must have vobsub installed too. THis way you can have a dvd ready to bee seen in about 1 hour. I'll post here some links for documentation.

Kevlar 8th October 2005 08:03 PM

Thanks mate. Now I get it :)

Gonna try it asap 8)

adicoto 9th October 2005 09:02 AM

Good luck.

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