how do I play avi and srt files together?

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Can you use Windows Media Player to view an avi file and an srt file together? (Assuming that DirectVobSub is already downloaded) reply

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For VLC users. I still sometimes get an error message but if you go to the video menu, and you can choose subtiltes track, setting it to track 1 can sometimes do the trick.


Im actually having some trouble reading a .sub file. Same problem as “zhieeep”. Also same exact movie which makes me think the subtitles files might be corrupted or something.

If you have Subs for nobody knows. CD1 & CD2. Hit me up. stabba nospam @ mtldnb.com or AIM: Stabba inc reply

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Hello,
Thanks for the information on watching them toghether on VLC, but HOW TO EXPORT IT???
Anyone knows how to export these files (avi and srt) thru VLC, in order to make a DVD out of it? Is it possible???
I also use MAC OS X.
Thx,

G reply

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Download the codec here:

http://www.free-codecs.com/Storm_Codec_download.htm

Just click next throughout the installation process. very simple.

As for the .srt file, just copy and paste your video file and add .srt at the end of your subtitle file.

Example:

Name of your video is spiderman, then you should name the srt file spiderman.srt reply

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Thank you all for helping me with this problem reply

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thankz a lot for the help reply

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I was trying to play my avi movie with mplayer hoping that the srt file would appear,but it wont!I already installed the coder aswell but the srt file still not appear..HELP ME!!! reply

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thank u very much reply

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What if I want to make it into a DVD. How do I include subtitles in it? Let’s say I have an *.avi file and *.srt file? reply

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thanks guys this helped alot!! reply

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woot mplayer is the best ^^
vlc can support srt files but it can not play xvid audio files reply

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Hi ther, i found an very very very easy way to play the srt file togehter with the film in Mplayer for MAC!
YUST SELECT BOTH FILES WITH THE MOUSE AND PULL THEM INTO MPLAYER, THE FILM WILL START AND THE SUBTITLES ARE THERE... reply

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many thanks for the information!! reply

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how can i play a movie and subtitle together reply

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i got WinXP using VLC. i read this thread and got the .srt to work.

Open VLC
Go to “Settings” and down to “Preferences..."
Under “General Settings” highligt “Subpictures”

I unchecked “Autodetect subtitles files”
Then used the Browse option for the “Use subtitle file” to get the .srt subtitle file to work. And ofcourse it’ll only work with the matching .avi file.

Thanks Everyone this whole thread helped me figure it out. Hope This helps someone out. PEACE! reply

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I forgot to add that you must check the “advanced option” box on the bottom right. To browse for the “use subtitle file” option. reply

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Hmmm, ive had the same problem when i install http://www.free-codecs.com/download/DirectVobSub.htm
and i play it in media player now, the movie does not show up at all, anybody found any solution for this?? reply

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Hi I was searching to find out what .SRT files were and came across this Page and now that I know the files are subtitles files, Would ConvertXtoDvd do the job you require
I know it has a Subtitle tab and has a selection of Languages and fonts to select from.

All the Best GSx reply

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Moonwatcher, any ways of combining the files with the subtitles, and then burning to dvd??
Don’t have many movies with this problem, but would like to watch a couple of foreign movies.
tnx. reply

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Moonwatcher, any ways of combining the files with the subtitles, and then burning to dvd??
Don’t have many movies with this problem, but would like to watch a couple of foreign movies.
tnx. reply

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