A question related to torrent files

United States
March 26, 2009 9:26pm CST
I have a question ask some computer expert here. Undeniably, I got some movies from Torrent sites, and majority of those movies are foreign films. Recently, there were 2 movies spoken foreign language. The torrent files I got contain both the movie files, avi or MPG format. The other one is a subtitle file, it is in a unrecognizable format. How can I burn this movie along with subtitle file? Because I couldn't understand these films without subtitles. Can computer expert can help me out here? Thanks!
4 responses
• Philippines
28 Mar 09
yes, use dvdflick it will combine the subtitle files to the media or check the torrent files for any instructions on how to combine them.
@dolphin2406 (1227)
• Poland
27 Mar 09
If it is an avi file there is no need to convert as dvd as usually that is around 700MB. You just need to select both the movie file and the subtitles file when buring, just add them both in the program you use. I use Nero to burn cds and dvds and when it asks for the file you just browse for it and include both files.
• India
27 Mar 09
the subtitles files are usually in unrecognizable format. you have to burn all of the files along with your movie file and every time you have to give the path of the subtitles in your movie player
@psphacker (1054)
• United States
27 Mar 09
Just do what i do use a program called dvdflick which combines movie files and subtitles make them into in iso and burns the iso to a dvd with a software it works with which is called imgburn.