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Old 21 Dec 2006, 03:04 PM   #1
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I have an avi file that I would like to convert to DVD. While playing the avi file, there are no subtitles. Does this mean that they r not available? If they r available, where r they and how can they be converted?
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open the avi with virtualdubmod to check under streams>stream list

TMPGEnc 1.6 will not support subs, you'll need 2.0 or dvdlab pro etc.
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Thanks 4 ur answer Columbo.
I guess there r no subtitles available right?


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open the avi with virtualdubmod to check under streams>stream list

TMPGEnc 1.6 will not support subs, you'll need 2.0 or dvdlab pro etc.

By TMPGEnc you mean DVD Author, yes? I have TMPGEnc Plus 2.5 for encoding the avi's, but only TMPGEnc 1.6 DVD author.

I have subtitles for a movie that desperately needs them. Is there a way to add the .srt file with VDubMod or TMPGEnc?
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Thanks 4 ur answer Columbo.
I guess there r no subtitles available right?


right, unless they are embedded in the video stream.

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By TMPGEnc you mean DVD Author, yes? I have TMPGEnc Plus 2.5 for encoding the avi's, but only TMPGEnc 1.6 DVD author.

I have subtitles for a movie that desperately needs them. Is there a way to add the .srt file with VDubMod or TMPGEnc?
yes, add them with the "add" button in the screenshot above. (vdubmod) that should do it.
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yes, add them with the "add" button in the screenshot above. (vdubmod) that should do it.
Cool. Just ended up using vobsub and re-encoding the movie. Thanks!
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