how do I play avi and srt files together?

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ImTOO AVI to DVD Converter is reliable and top quality AVI to DVD burner software to convert and burn AVI files to DVD. reply


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For all MAC users!! It’s very simple I couldn’t figure out how to deselect the automatic subtitles like how rubytu suggested.
Instead just open the movie in VLC player and then go under Video and click Subtitle track then select # 1 or 2 ( these are the tracks that come with the movie you have downloaded).
As long as the movie and the subtitle file are in the same folder, VLC will recognize each track in numerical order, so the English one will be sub track 1 and French sub track 2, Spanish subtitle track 3 etc.
Just pick the track number that you want for the movie.
This way is a bit easier and it worked right away. So just change the selection for the subtitle track and you’ll be set. :)
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Thanks :-)
it worked perfectly reply

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i normally dl movies and watch them on my home theater..is there a way to get srt files working on them?-____- reply

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hi

I have downloaded subtitles and they are in 2 parts. Part 1 plays fine (on avi film) but the 2nd part doesn’t play - How can I get it to play?

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Thanks, Rubytu. That worked perfectly. reply

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thank you very much moonwatcher IT WORKS !!!!!!
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super tnx !!!!! reply

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well, juz make the file name of AVI file and SRT file the same. then open AVI file using Quicktime (for MAC) and ur done. ^^, reply

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mathood of play avi and srt files together? reply

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@Flavin: is this the .srt file you’re looking for? http://www.indowebster.com/Final_Fantasy_VII_Advent_Children_2004_Subtitle.html reply

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Thanks rubytu.....VLC worked perfectly! You are a lifesaver... reply

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Thanks. reply

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just save the .avi file anf srt files in one folder and play the avi in VLC reply

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