merging srt with avi files

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BurnTnToasT wrote:
I also have VLC, if anyone could explain how to load srt and avi together in that.

well first of all
- you open vlc
- click file, open file (or ctrl+F as shortcut)
- you browse for your avi file
- you click the checkbox to use subtitle file
- browse for the subtitle file (usually .srt)
- click ok
- enjoy your video^^ reply

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02-11-2009 04:30 AM
iluv_harrypotter

Hello,

I recently downloaded the convertx prog and tried to burn a avi with srt movie, but every try ended up a failure. I followed all the steps that were posted on a different website, but kept coming to the same ill results, “Out of memory”. Now I know that can’t be, because this comp can handle lots, and there’s barely anything on it, 'cept 4 albums and pictures. The file is about 850 mb, 25 fps.

Thanks for reading and hope to hear back from someone with answers to my little dilemma. ^-^ reply

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02-23-2009 03:33 AM
manwithproblems

nm on that question. I went thru Alltoavi to merge my avi and srt files together, then burned to dvd with nero. It came out alright too. ^-^ reply

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02-24-2009 03:12 AM
manwithproblems

I have tried many times vso convertxtodvd, inserted srt files in it, but neveseen the the subtitles either in preview or burnt dvd. Anyone is kind enuogh to explainn the process? reply

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03-10-2009 08:52 AM
Monsue

How do you add srt. files to convert X to dvd and merge it correctly. Please someone help who only uses convert x to dvd.... reply

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03-30-2009 07:20 PM
this is pissing me off

VLC is nice to play srt file.
And freeware ffmpegX also can help Mac users to merge videos and srt files into one file.
http://www.dvdburnermacosx.com/tutorial/how-to-burn-srt-sub-subtitle-to-dvd-on-mac.html#129 reply

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05-30-2009 10:44 PM
MoonCrying

Ladies and gents...

In convertXtoDVD you need to set the subtitles on by default, or as “manwithproblems” did, hardcode the subtitles.

Hardcoding makes the subtitles part of the video frame, which to some is quite annoying due to the lack of changes one can do to the subtitles formatting.

I myself just mux the audio, video, and subtitles into an .mkv which allows you to play them all at once, with no problems.

As for VLC, you have to tell the program to load the subtitles, as I’m sure it doesn’t do it automatically.

Now for ConvertXtoDVD....

To set the subtitle to turn ON by default, you need to add the files and right click the subtitles, select set as default subtitle. An asterisk * should appear to the right of your subs.

Final note, make sure the two files (video/audio and subtitles have the same name.

Example:

My Film.avi
My Film.srt

It makes it easier for players to load them and best for adding them to DVDs, as it provides no complications. reply

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05-31-2009 02:03 AM
hitman47
280 posts

thanks guys for your generosity...

i really appreciate ... for some dont have the blessings of knowing the software to be use ,you sure a big help...

a hundred fold of blessings to all... reply

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06-14-2009 04:08 AM
med

BurnTnToasT wrote:
I also have VLC, if anyone could explain how to load srt and avi together in that.

go to file then click open file(open the video file you want to play).under that check the use subtitles file(browse the srt file of the video).then lastly click ok,you will be able to watch your video with the subs on it. reply

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07-11-2009 02:14 AM
passerby

I know the perfect way!

use ffmpeg to merge srt and avi to avi on file. reply

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07-31-2009 09:16 PM
yogasesimbra

iluv_harrypotter wrote:

BurnTnToasT wrote:
I also have VLC, if anyone could explain how to load srt and avi together in that.

well first of all
- you open vlc
- click file, open file (or ctrl+F as shortcut)
- you browse for your avi file
- you click the checkbox to use subtitle file
- browse for the subtitle file (usually .srt)
- click ok
- enjoy your video^^

i love you man reply

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09-15-2009 11:25 AM
toffeeboy

Please send me the crack as well?? thanks

lizpan@hotmail.com reply

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10-10-2009 12:08 AM
lizpan

VirtualDub is a fast and easy solution. Read this guide:

http://www.my-guides.net/en/content/view/154/26/ reply

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10-10-2009 06:17 AM
abalus

Kimmy wrote:
Thx hch i’ve tried it and it is fast and easy to use.i cant find the crack,my e-mail is: tropic_babe@hotmail.com
Hope to hear soon from you!

2 hey kimmy you can download CONVERT X TO DVD+CRACK @ www.h33t.com -GOOD LUCK- reply

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10-13-2009 06:54 AM
ajsupero

hey kimmy you can try download CONVERT X TO DVD @ WWW.h33t.com, first put category to windows f u are using windows based operating software. then type CONVERT X TO DVD to search torrents box. be sure u are using utorrent1.8.4 if not download first utorrent. reply

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10-13-2009 07:03 AM
ajsupero

download convert x to dvd to www.h33t.com and presto. its working reply

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10-13-2009 07:33 AM
ajsupero

thank you guys!!!!!!!! especially toffeeboy for the smart and simple solution! :-) cheers!!! reply

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10-22-2009 07:09 AM
zabure

http://avirecomp.com/download.phpK

thx blk reply

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11-07-2009 06:25 AM
John0

I have one more problem here.
How will I be able to merge avi files to .srt to be played in my DVD player when my avi files are divided into 3 parts? reply

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12-30-2009 02:02 AM
deepdweller

Download this soft,it works too fast(abiut 2 minutes).
you do not need to convert your movie to DVD.

it is:AVIAddXSub93

search the net you’ll find it soon.

zippic@live.com reply

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01-07-2010 01:22 AM
Amirreza

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