Burning .avi & .srt (subtitle)

Hi,

I have an 700mb .avi file and .srt as the subtitle. I only have cd writer.

How to burn the media & subtitle file so I can watch it with subtitle in my dvd player?

What app do I need?


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02-19-2007 07:31 AM
Xynd

ConvertXtoDvd reply

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03-04-2007 06:11 AM
killergreek

convertxtodvd will convert the movie and encode the subs so it can be burnt to a dvdnot a cd.

Thiswill show you how to encode the .srt subs into your .avi movie if you just want to burn the .avi to a cd.
But your dvd player will have to be a divx certified one to watch the movie when its on a cd.


In the future, since all you have is a cd burner, look into downloading KVCD encoded movies, they are designed to be burnt onto a cd and watched in a standard dvd player.
Lots of people like to take the original .avi files and encode them into KVCD’s and upload them.

Or, if you want to be brave and attempt to create your own ksvcd with the subtitles and burn it to a cd, here is a guide
this will allow you to burn the movie to one cd, or two if you want better quality. But I warn you, its a bit “iffy” and doesn’t always give the desired results. Some people think its wonderful and some think its horrible. reply


I think ffmpegX can help U.
Which is a freeware and it can merge avi videos and .srt files into one files,and then you can burn the merged videos to dvd.
Just follow this guide:
How to add srt file and videos to dvd on mac reply

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05-24-2009 10:38 PM
Katrina

Total Video2Dvd, i have used it, and work well on my computer, it is an easy-to-use disc authoring and burning software which includes a powerful video converter engine for DVD that lets you do more with your standard or High-Definition digital media. It creates standard DVD discs with studio-quality personalized menus.
you can try it by youselft, work well, you will like it.find:http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Total+Video2Dvd&btnG=Google+Search&aq=o&oq=
http://www.effectmatrix.com/total_video_to_DVD_Author/index.htm reply

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06-13-2009 03:07 AM
burn it to dvd

I hope it’s not too late and you didn’t take any of these geniuses advice or go out and buy a dvd burner. All you need to do is download <a href=“http://www.calcitapp.com/AVIAddXSubs.php”>AVIAddXSubs</a>. Make sure your avi and srt are in the same file with the same name, then just drag and drop the avi on to the AVIAddXSubs icon and hit start. In less than two minutes you’ve got a divx file with embedded subs. You can also change the extension to .avi if your player handles that better. Hope that helps. reply

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10-27-2009 07:20 PM
xian

Thank you, xian. Your method works great and fast. Can watch the .avi file with subtitle display on cheapo dvd players. Allows for multiple language selection/option by pressing the subtitle button on the remote controller. reply

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11-05-2009 03:38 AM
mongzam

mongzam wrote:
Thank you, xian. Your method works great and fast. Can watch the .avi file with subtitle display on cheapo dvd players. Allows for multiple language selection/option by pressing the subtitle button on the nigga remote controller.

:D

HURENSOOOOHN WHY DO YOU SAY “NIGGA”??? reply

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12-05-2009 01:41 PM
Asslicker3000

you may search some Video to DVD Burner, maybe it can burn avi movie with subtitle, then you can watch your DVD movie on your DVD Player reply

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12-06-2009 10:03 PM
piao228
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piao228 wrote:
you may search some Video to DVD Burner, maybe it can burn avi movie with subtitle, then you can watch your DVD movie on your DVD Player

Personally, I use Pavtube video converter to convert my loads of AVI files to DVD format(.vob), as you mentioned SRT subtitle, I have not tried about this, I just merge all my AVI files into one file with this program. You may have a try before purchasing. reply

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12-07-2009 03:42 AM
balram003


Hmm...I’m STILL confused, folks-- I’m sorry. I know this is a 2009 thread, so I’m hoping someone’s STILL listening/reading this:

My source file--a movie in .AVI format--has subtitles when I watch on my Windows PC. However, when I did a conversion using DVD FLICK the first time, then burned the DVD using NERO...there were NO subtitles; frustrated me to NO END. People here have been mentioning .SRT files. Sounds like SUBTITLES come in a separate file and some of you RECOMMEND “merging” the .AVI file with the .SRT file FIRST.

BUT...I only have the one .AVI file (no additional .SRT) file, and the subtitles will show up, no problem, when played on my PC. But not when I burn and watch it as a burned DVD in my PS3. Can anybody shed light? reply

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07-08-2011 03:17 AM
ROB

I use aviaddxsubs. i put inside the avi file and the srt (both must have same name) and then you have a divx file. My dvdplayer can read divx files so..i can happily watch the movie with subtitles in my living room. But.. some dvd players cant read divx..so I try to find out how with program can create an avi file with burned srt (from an avi file.. and a srt file) and not a divx file. I try to figured it out cause a friends dvdplayer doesnt read divx files. Hope i was usefull. reply

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01-08-2012 07:24 PM
Alex1980

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