Help! How do I play an .ssa file along with .avi

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hey i noticed u guys were talking about the ff7:ac and i have recently gotten it too! but i havent watched it due to the same problem everyone else is havin. so thanks for all the suggestions and ill reply back sayin if i was succesful or not. before i leave i have a quesion does any one knwo if it is possible to bunr this movie to a dvd with the subtitles?? i hope someone can tell me a way becaue i cant figure it out:( reply

10-16-2005 10:14 AM
yes its good

lol @ u guys :/ just rename the ****.ssa (file) to ***.avi (file). ok with me so far. now open the movie with VLC media player. now, click file > open file > now you’ll see a subtitle options tick box. click settings and add your subtitle file. it should work now. eazzy huh. lol reply

10-25-2005 02:57 PM

hi, i got the problem with the same movie, works fine with bsplayer except the subs is in spanish what do i do? reply

10-26-2005 09:36 PM

Omg, thanks a lot guys! I’ve been trying to find a way to open my AC .ssa and I finally found this website with Google. Awesome, I owe you guys one. reply

11-02-2005 01:11 AM

hey how do i put the file in my ipod video (which i converted into mp4) with the subtitle file reply

11-07-2005 01:12 AM
jimbo lu

Same movie reply

11-08-2005 08:19 PM

Google is amazing. I had the same problem, but not with the same video. I almost thought I wouldn’t be able to watch my videos, but you all fixed that. *sighs in relief* Thanks a million reply

11-11-2005 05:45 PM
The Lonz

i see many, no... all of us are very thankful for google,, and everyone that helps and makes the world a better place!! anime for life!!!! =) reply

11-14-2005 12:45 AM

Thank geeks for and google.

Still trying to get my subtitles to work too with the same MOVIE! I’m trying to use VLC but I’ve got a macintosh, thus mac version of VLC.

Gonna try out some of the suggestions above. reply

11-20-2005 01:51 AM
same problem same movie

of coarse i had the same problem and with the same movie, i just wanted to say thanks :) reply

12-01-2005 01:06 AM
Devilian Shadows

i have a similar problem...not ffac this time...
i dl-ed a movie where it comes with the ssa file...when i use vlc player to load the movie and the subtitle...the subtitle shown would display [][][] instead of chinese(it is suppose to be chinese sub) i have no problem with vlc player when it is to display eng. subtitles...but this time i have no idea cuz even if i choose the 'style' for subtitle...i could get any thing...its either weird symbol...or [][][] (squares) ...any idea on how to fix it / what video player to get?...thx in advance reply

12-07-2005 07:55 PM

hi people iv just downloaded a searies and the picture are .omg files and the sub titles are .ssa files how do i play them at the same time?? any info will be appreciated!! cheers reply

06-28-2006 05:22 PM
mad 4 bonkers

HI, I’ve got a similar problem as the above. I can get the files to play together. AVI and .SSA I now need to burn them onto a DVD.
Any suggestions???? reply

07-17-2006 06:50 AM

Yeah, same here Gavgav, i need to burn Dragonball GT Series and its in .avi and .ssa. How do i burn them together so i can select if i want the subtitles while watching the show on DVD. reply

08-16-2006 09:32 PM

i have tried to follow the instruction given above. I renamed the .ssa file to .avi but it still stays as a ssa file. I load it into the vlc player as the subtitle but it doesn’t work. No subtitles appear. Can you tell me what i am doing wrong? reply

08-30-2006 05:43 AM
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k-lite kodec pac is the only way to go to play manga files with subtitles u can even play good quality movies with a 500 mhz pc with it it takes soo little processor time i have been using it for about a year now and havent found i file yet that it dosent wirk on yet reply

09-09-2006 05:39 PM

...Can some one give a more Detailed Script about waht to do.i got FFA:AC too.Playing it on VLC but the Subtitles ust wont Load.Plz help>< reply

09-20-2006 02:41 PM

would you believe it,,, same as all the others... theu google, lol

but thanksa hell of a lot marcus reply

10-16-2006 03:28 AM

Same here, same movie. Already had VLC but never D/L’ed anything that needed subtitles before. Thanks for the tips from the past. reply

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