how do I play avi and srt files together?

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04-02-2006 08:58 AM
Monit

Thank you so much!!!! My video files works down using the the vlc application! It’s an awesome application. reply

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04-04-2006 02:42 PM
baokapris

Dunno if someone already posted this. Anyway, if you are having troubles with VLC player that it does not display the subtitles, make sure the srt file(s) and avi file(s) are in the same folder and have the same filename (except for the .srt and .avi extensions obviously). Then it should work. The subtitle menu option in VLC will not be grey anymore.

I.e.:
daywatch.avi and daywatch.srt

Subtitles can be downloaded from www.subtitles-divx.net for example (there are many sites). reply

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04-10-2006 10:52 AM
Laurens

Laurens wrote:
Dunno if someone already posted this. Anyway, if you are having troubles with VLC player that it does not display the subtitles, make sure the srt file(s) and avi file(s) are in the same folder and have the same filename (except for the .srt and .avi extensions obviously). Then it should work. The subtitle menu option in VLC will not be grey anymore.

I.e.:
daywatch.avi and daywatch.srt

Subtitles can be downloaded from www.subtitles-divx.net for example (there are many sites).

Oh...no wonder sometimes subtitles wouldn’t display that well. I kept on getting this window that appears. Thanks for the tip! reply

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04-12-2006 11:59 AM
baokapris

Tx. I did it and work with VLC, I was really happy because my english is not good enough to understand every thing.
Just a comment, step 4.1 Check in the bottom left corner the advanced square then appear the window to uncheck the “Autodetedt subtitle files” follow with with step 5 reply

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04-26-2006 09:49 PM
macclicker

i downloaded bsplayer and the subtitles work great but no sound comes out =// i also downloaded the directvidsub thing and used realplayer to play the movie but the screen stuffs up, it like...turns upside down?? oO”" and no sound comes up =/// reply

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04-27-2006 09:17 PM
louise

ok, for a mac, here’s what you do:
if you don’t have a VLC player, download one-newest version. open it.
'open file'
browse for .AVI file you want to play
check the box which says 'load subtitles file'
Load your .srt file,
and play movie.

yeeeeaah! reply

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05-10-2006 11:45 PM
tek_girl

ok, for a mac, here’s what you do:
if you don’t have a VLC player, download one-newest version. open it.
'open file'
browse for .AVI file you want to play
check the box which says 'load subtitles file'
Load your .srt file,
and play movie.

yeeeeaah! reply

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05-10-2006 11:59 PM
tek_girl

I’ve got an avi-file and the subtitles for it. Is it possible to make a DVD with these two files, using TMPEnc Express and TMP DVD Author? reply

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05-23-2006 07:49 PM
Sidekick

Perhaps you may be able to assist. I downloaded a AVI file and attempted to play in my WMP ... it only plays the audio...is there a downloadable software pluggin that can decode the AVI file to play both Audio and Video... I converted it on my MAC with VLC ... and it works perfect...but I’m having trouble on my PC .... please assist


Thanks... reply

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05-30-2006 09:47 AM
tamone
2 posts

thx alot guys, saved me alot of unneeded tweaking.

pure genius guys thx again reply

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06-02-2006 10:45 PM
Jink

I got my video playing wiht subs, but now can anyone tell me if I can burn the video to a disk keeping the subs on? reply

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06-11-2006 04:27 PM
jack c

I just got an avi file with an srt file included. And I had to do some research to find out how to play them.

I had recently gotten a program called

THE CORE MEDIA PLAYER
http://www.corecoded.com/

Before I looked any farther I thought I’d give the program a try with the file, without having to do anything this program played the avi with the subtitles.

Give it a shot, it’s also a great program, 100% free. And will play other media files my other players wont. reply

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06-12-2006 11:08 PM
nemus

I wasn’t able to get it to work for Windows Media Player, but it does work for the Core Media Player. You can even change the font of your subtitles.

http://www.free-codecs.com/download/The_Core_Media_Player.htm reply

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06-15-2006 02:46 PM
damagedude

does anyone know where i can get subs for city of god????

ive got a .srt file but its in dutch.

thanks reply

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06-15-2006 04:00 PM
Dave P

THX man you really helped :) (no sarcasm) reply

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06-22-2006 04:00 PM
nooreazy

I also downloaded directvobsub and it worked automatically. Much quicker and suspiciously easier than I had thought it would. Thanks for the help! reply

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07-06-2006 04:11 PM
Delta55

Dave P wrote:
does anyone know where i can get subs for city of god????

ive got a .srt file but its in dutch.

thanks

Register n DL whatever shit subs U want. (International)

www.subtitles.cz/ reply

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07-06-2006 04:39 PM
BigPussy

Hello everyone,
If you have a video file and and srt or some other subtitle file. All you have to do is, go to http://www.free-codecs.com/download/VobSub.htm , if that doesn’t work, search for VobSub on your desired search engine. Install the app and then the video file and the corresponding subtitle file, and click MUX. Specify a name for the file and the destination directory. After when the two other windows come up just click apply and proceed. You should be fine. If you have any problem, you may contact me at ilovecars21@yahoo.com Hope this helps. Good luck and take care! reply

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07-24-2006 01:01 PM
ilovecars21

Simple way for vlc users

File - open file

Browse your avi file

click subtitle option - then click settings and browse your sub file reply

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08-03-2006 10:57 AM
samba

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