I use Windows 7 64-bit.
I wanna know how I can hardsub subtitles into avi. Can you please show me a tutorial that is in plain English, i.e. easy for a noob to understand? Thank you.
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The problem i'm having is extracting virtualdub into a folder in program files. I can extract the zip file contents anywhere in the house, EXCEPT the program folder. I can't even use the 'extract here' option if i drag the zip file into the folder. And extracting the contents and then dragging them into the folder moves the files, but virtualdub doesn't see the exe. file...
I'm using Windows 7 64 bit.
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lol... that was plain english.. hmmm i must be a reaaal noob then haha...
didnt get any of that sigh...
please,,, give me the step by step..
because I'm a bit confuse..
Thank you so much~~
thanks! I can watch it on tv now :D
Try this: Get Avisynth, install it http://sourceforge.net/projects/avisynth2
Install vobsub and the VSfilter.dll plugin for avisynthmake a textfile in the same folder as the video and subs, with a .avs extension, open it in notepad and enter Directshowsource("file.avi")textsub("subtitles.srt") and drag the .avs file into virtualdub or another encoding app and encode to xvid, divx, h264, or whatever. Check to make sure the subs appear. If avisynth says there's no such function call Textsub [Broken Link Removed] Copy vsfilter.dll to the same directory as your .avs/.avi/.srt files. Make sure your .avs file has the following lines. Code:loadplugin("vsfilter.dll")directshowsource("file.avi")textsub("subtitle.srt")
Also there is Subtitle Workshop [Broken Link Removed] a tutorial http://jingcastle.forumotion.net/feedback-qa-and-volunteer-f16/ques-ans-how-to-sub-and-hardsub-videos-t705.htm http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/99729-Add-permanent-subtitles-to-S-VCD-DVD-AVI-with-ffdshow-vobsub
Here are the tools you will need to successfully complete this guide: VirtualDUB SRT-SSA Converter VirtualDub Subtitler Plug-in If you don't already have the subtitle files on your computer, you can find some here: DivXSubtitles Sub2DivX (old name Srt2DivX) http://userxp.tripod.com/sub2divx.htm