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yehonatan145 18th May 2014 06:13 PM

hidden subtitle
 
In some of the movies i download, i have allready subtitles just not in a other file, in the movie itself. How can i add my own subtitles to be in the movie - without any subtitle file (srt)?:confused::confused::confused:

adicoto 18th May 2014 09:26 PM

Use MKVmerge

yehonatan145 27th May 2014 07:59 PM

1 Attachment(s)
thanks, but not that i meant.
i attached an image, there is a subtitles in square brackets ([]) - how can i make one of my subtitles to this subtitles (there are the only subtitles that work on my TV)

adicoto 27th May 2014 09:58 PM

First subtitle in the list it's an external subtitle in a text file. Usually any TV with an internal media player should read and display this subtitle (if the subtitle have the exact same name as the video file).
All other subtitles are internal and defined by a TAG as the language the subtitle is. To create such a subtitle and put it inside the MKV container you must use a tool such as MKV Merge.

If you play this file through BSPlayer and you don't see the external subtitle but something else instead, drag and drop the subtitle file over BSPlayer. Sometimes (I don't know why) BSPlayer ignores the external file (even if it looks as loaded) and display an internal one.

yehonatan145 28th May 2014 03:49 PM

thanks very much for te huge help!!:smile:smile:smile:smile

yehonatan145 28th May 2014 06:56 PM

one little question.
when i open the new movie in the the MKVmerge i can see the subtitle file, but i can't edit it. there is any way that i can edit or export the subtitles file???

adicoto 29th May 2014 04:40 AM

So, I understand that in fact you want to extract a specific subtitle from an embedded MKV file. You have different methods:
1. Use MKVtoolnix -> MKV extract:
TechUnload: How to extract subtitles from .mkv files

2. Use VirtualDubMod: load the file -> streams -> stream list, select the stream you want to extract -> demux


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