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    Mr. Noodles is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Default How to put subs into movie

    I'm currently downloading this japanese movie and I think it doesn't have subtitles, so can somebody please help me how to load subs into a movie or give me a program that allows that.
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    As far as I know there is not such a program available, because if there was you wouldn’t need people to sub the anime we all watch.

    If the video do have sub then you can use vcl player which allows you to load them up.


    I wonder... do TV’s make the subs or are the subs already being send in TV waves? But I don't think is possible for TVs to put subs from one tongue to another.

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    Wait, did he say load the subtitles as in, load the sub from an external file?

    Coz if you say you wanted to load from an external file (usually an .srt file in the same folder as the movie file), I think most codecs supports that, but you have to know where to look (I personally use ffdshow, and it does load the subtitles - heck, you can even change the font and size of the subtitle). If it's dvd's, you should have an option to load subtitles within the software player.

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    Umm... to add subs, you need a sub file. If you have that, let me know the format and I'll tell you how far you have to go.

    Really sometimes you just need to put the sub file in the same folder as the video file, and DirectVobSub will load it (for that you need a codec pack installed like K-lite or CCCP... see the codec thread... and remember to uninstall any codecs you have installed already if you do install a codec pack). Othertimes you have to put the sub file into the container file. If it's an AVI file, then you have to encode the subs into the video (hard-subs).

    If you're talking about writing the subs yourself... umm... that's harder. you have to get the timing and then write a sub file in the method that goes with the sub file format you wish to use (yes... there are multiple formats... kinda like there's TXT and RTF).

    So yeah... what are you trying to do? XD
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    I actually have downloaded a subtitle file for the movie. It comes out as an SRT file. And the movie I'm downloading, well it doesnt matter wwhat extension it has, I can change it into any video file.

    My only codec is DivX
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    umm... then you can unload DivX and install a codec pack, or install a video player like Media Player Classic, BSPlayer, or VLC (I do NOT recommend VLC) that has an option off the file menu to load a subtitle.
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    I just did that on Media player classic and it said this
    "To load subtitles you have change the video renderer type and reopen the file"

    I still wasnt able to load the subtitles
    Last edited by Mr. Noodles; 05-08-2007 at 01:01 AM.
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    Yeah, you need to go into the options and change the renderer to VMR 7 or VMR 9... or something like that. It tells you on the page. It's in the options under output, I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Noodles View Post
    I just did that on Media player classic and it said this
    "To load subtitles you have change the video renderer type and reopen the file"

    I still wasnt able to load the subtitles
    I think it's a codec problem.. how bout if you install K-Lite Mega Codec Pack into your computer.. before that, uninstall codecs that are installed in your computer. this codec alone plays a vast variety of file extensions.. (mkv, ogm, avi, flv, etc) During installation, pick "lots of stuff". After installation, you can use any media player you desire. (I prefer media player classic.. windows media player 11 is a nuisnance when you're playing a movie.. i hate it when i accidentally touched the mouse.. wmp users now what i mean)

    One last thing, make sure that the subtitle and the video files have the same name..

    Example,
    Perfume.The.Story.Of.A.Murderer.LIMITED.DVDRip.Xvi D.CD1-DMT.avi <-- video file

    Perfume.The.Story.Of.A.Murderer.LIMITED.DVDRip.Xvi D.CD1-DMT.srt <-- subtitle file

    Extra info,
    subtitle files can come in a lot other file extension
    i.e. srt, sub, idx, etc.
    srt is the most widely used subtitle around the world

    subtitle files will be automatically played by using this codec

    that is all
    thank you and have a good day..

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    Umm... I guess that's a bit misleading in this case, since he's using Media Player Classic. Media Player Classic (as far as I know), is a standalone program and loads its codecs internally (it only has one executable: mplayerc.exe).

    And most codec packs would support a heuristic search of subtitle files anyway, and unless you've got multiple subtitle files for it, then it should have no trouble picking up which one is your relevant subtitle.

 

 
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