merging srt with avi files

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01-22-2010 01:52 PM
scott h.

Hello. I have an AVI file (movie) with a seperate srt subtitle track of the movie. VLC player will let me watch the movie with the subtitile (english) track playing. But it does not burn. I want to combine the AVI file (movie) with the subtitle (english) track and be able to burn them both to disk (dvd-R). Does anyone know what (freeware) I can use if possible. Thanks, Scott. reply


01-23-2010 09:40 AM

Well.. i wanted the same so that i could put the films on my MP3-player and still have the subs i wanted. i found this nifty freeware:

and for .avi its good to have VirtualDub:
as the subtitler software uses virtualdub.

then it should work wonderfully and easily ;)

^^ Hope that helps reply


01-30-2010 05:47 PM

whoever said VLC player doesn’t play subs automatically is dumb... all you have to do is change the .srt file to the name of .avi file, in the same folder reply


01-31-2010 04:18 AM
temm joy

thank you vary mush reply


02-11-2010 01:13 PM

just use only “jet audio”... reply


03-12-2010 02:40 PM
Josh B

"DVD flick” is a great DVD creator (recommended by This is what I use. You can create menus and chapters. You can even add in your own audio tracks instead and most relevantly, it merges the srt file to the DVD. Not stuck to the video but if you select subs on your DVD player, they work. Seriously, there are so many options. You can burn it to the DVD with that program or create ISOs and burn it with other software. Fantastic software, check out the lifehacker article for more info (for those of you who don’t know, Lifehacker is one of the leading geek websites, very secure) - the DVD flick site - the lifehacker article reply


03-18-2010 10:57 PM

VSO converter does the job very well! Just explore the menu. I wasn’t able to find out how to do it for several tries but it’s there on the submenu. Good luck! reply


04-20-2010 11:34 PM

VLC Worked Perfectly For Me =] ^^ Just Go To Tools, Then Subtitles-->Open file--->Select It&&Start The Movie Over&&Your Subs Work ^^ reply


05-24-2010 10:57 PM

hch wrote:
Download Media Player Classic 6486.
It works perfect with .srt file.
Also try VSO Divxtodvd.
I have many movies downloaded and burn with VSO.
This software automatically burn with .srt file.
My dvd player perfect displayed with subtitle.
Also, VSO automatically insert chapters.
This is great software.
You can download your subtitles here:

PS: I.m not recommend VLC player.
It didn’n load your .srt file automatically.
You have to browse your subtitle file manually.
Auto detect subtitle option is not working.
Media player classic is much better than VLC.

I am most grateful first off 4 the name of the good burner but I felt obligated to add to your opinion of VLC as it truly is the best playing freeware out light, angle, timing can all be adjusted to make up 4 imperfections in free files as far as your srt files if when you DL them you alter the name to match the name of your free file it will auto pickup and play them Ex: “Gonads.avi” and “”
now the files will simultaneously play in VLC but anyway thnx HCH, you are a gentleman and a scholar, whose valued info was greatly appreciated. reply


05-29-2010 05:08 PM

YOU RETARDS, the guy asked for a way to integrated the subtitles in one avi file so he can watch on his DVD not on the PC. We can all watch on the PC. reply


07-19-2010 01:20 PM
Aftab Ahmad

Try Mipony from googling.

Plz visit reply


07-20-2010 03:57 AM
dvd ripper
7 posts

The DVD Ripper Ultimate now I’m using is a professional DVD ripping software when you need to make a copyright protected DVD ripped quickly, at high quality and with a range of extra customizations features.

It can not only decode, convert DVDs but also can be applied to clip, merge, split, crop, attach subtitle, watermark, visual special effects ect.

Hope it helps and wish you enjoy your self-ripped movies!! reply


08-03-2010 11:15 AM

you could try srtburner to do just that. burns srt subtitles permanently and allows you to choose the font, size etc.

it’s small, fast and most of all free. reply


08-22-2010 02:00 AM

I’ve got same problem as guys are, merging subs & Video for burning, giv me a hell of problem, anyway thanks for the tips reply


09-08-2010 08:00 AM

AVI ReComp did the trick. Fast and easy. reply


09-22-2010 07:00 AM
Halkat Hacker

use this serial key: 4T4V6-K7EDK-2KG24-WNPQN-WAF3Z-3 reply


10-05-2010 03:14 PM

look at this: reply


11-07-2010 10:58 PM

KM player is the best... small file size... got all codecs... best for subtitles.. and everything..... reply


02-01-2011 07:11 PM

Use VLC player, download your .srt subs file. Open the .avi file in vlc and under the video tab, go to Subtitles Track and load the .srt file. They will now be linked up. easy. reply


03-11-2011 10:41 PM

yeah..i agreed with BSplayer..
it will find online subtitle automatically while playing movie..
really good..i like it... reply


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