how do I play avi and srt files together?

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thanks this player really works!! reply

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VLC media player is the goods for me, especially being free. Now I can watch “Wings of Desire”, and understand all that’s said...
Thanx go to the developers of VLC! And the forum users here of course!!! reply

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I want an arabic subtitle ........ but when I put it ...... the subtitle doesn’t match in arabic .... it shows a strange language can you tell how to do it plz ????



and thank you very much reply

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where did u get the subtitles from?
are they in arabic? that may seem a silly question, but 1st time i tried for subtitles i downloaded polish instead of english! u should b able check by opening the subtitle file by temporarily changing the file extension from .srt to .doc. so a word processing app such as word can open it on the monitor for you. DON’T FORGET to change the extension back from .doc to .srt!!!
in the VLC player, open the settings menu, > preferences > input/codecs may get u somewhere. It’s all been trial and error for me. I had to go back to work out what i did before and am not really sure...
GOOD LUCK!!
let me know how you get on. reply

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download vob sub from here: httP://download.divxmovies.com/vobsub_2.23.exe

then you put the movie and subtitle fle together in the same folder and name them the same thing. EXCEPT in the subtitle file name put: .sub after it. reply

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moonwatcher wrote:

I have installed MeWig and Mplayer, now how to open the avi and srt file reply

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Thanks! Cellulo works like a dream for my MacBook Pro. Nice to find something that actually works with this damn chip.. reply

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for the first link for the download what do i download from that. there are many links to click and i don’t know which one i’m suppost to click reply

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I tried the VLC opion by un checking the auto detect subtitles and browsed to my srt file and guess what it does not work! VLC does not support srt files how in f*** did you get srt files to work in vlc? reply

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sounds like maybe you should follow the advice of poodersmith a few posts earlier.
google vobsub and go from there
post your successful method when you get there, mine might ust confuse people...
good luck! reply

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and change your nick from “pissed off” to “pissed it in”
here in australia bloke might be asked: “How did we go in the cricket mate?"
if it was us against the poms he’d naturally reply: “Ah we pissed it in mate!"
it’s a way of saying you’ve done something easily reply

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hi guys iam using windows computer ana i have an avi movie without subtitle i downloade the sub but i don’t know how to open the movie with the subtitle plz help meee and plz explain better than the above coz it’s hard for ne to understand reply

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thanks rubytu!!!!! reply

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thanks a lot rubytu!!!!!! reply

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Can U burn an .avi movie with an STR file and then play it on you DVD player¿? sorry if this a stupid question but i´m just a begginer reply

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Guest Can U burn an .avi movie with an SRT file and then play it on you DVD player¿? sorry if this a stupid question but i´m just a begginer reply

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all i can say to that is my PC does all the entertaining i need, i have no tv or dvd player.
that said, remember, when in doubt, suck it and see... reply

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Moonwatcher
Thanks very much for the information reply

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Oh Hello, Ok now heres the thing, I downloaded Babel with subtiles (srt files) and it was playing, just without sound or subtitles, Adter downloading and installing both DirectVOB and Mplayer it’s playing the file with sound but I still have no sibtitles, I also donwloaded SubtitlesSynch fromdownload.com and I can open the .srt files with that but I have no clue as to how to use it, it just makes a copy of my avi file into srt, so once again, how do I play an avi file with subtitles, Im using windows XP by the way.

Thanking everyone in Atticipation reply

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thx a lot...

for vlc:
just go to preferences/video/ subtitles/ on screen display and select the file you dumbass macuser ;) otherwise osx might be too comlicated for you, lol reply

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