adding subtitles on your movies in just two minutes

Philippines
October 11, 2012 7:47am CST
there is a stuff where you can add subtitles on your movie, just download the Subtitles in a srt,idx or sub files (there so many free subtitle downloads just google it) then the tools AVIxaddSubs , it merged the sub files and avi in about just a minute,.its done, then preview your done movie with divx player... you could played this movie from computer to your dvd hardware device.. just that simple
4 responses
@lady1993 (19749)
• Philippines
12 Oct 12
Yeah, i have learned that a few years ago.. I am very thankful that you can just get subtitles on the internet since some movies, even though i understand english, some actors just talk too fast. i can only use srt files though.
• Philippines
12 Oct 12
you got it, too fast to speak to catch up,like the Dictator (2012), the comedy movie, whereas the arabic accent where sometimes lost me to comprehend, so then i'm relying to the subtitles, and the kids, their enjoying reading while watching..
@rafiholmes (2897)
• Malaysia
11 Oct 12
yeah..heard of those stuff before..theres also VOB subs.
• Philippines
11 Oct 12
i had been used so many tools creating different stuff, and that sound to me familiar but i dont know if i had been tried it before,
@subhojit10 (7382)
• India
11 Oct 12
Thanks for sharing this discussion. That's really great to hear about this software tool and i am pretty sure that people who are fond of watching movies most of time would find this tool highly beneficial and would use it watch a movie of any language as they can now find subtitles easily. What say?
• Philippines
11 Oct 12
its my pleasure to shared a bit idea to our movie watcher out there.. actually most of the tools i had known was about an hour to create,. and this only ive got that merged the files only a minute, so then hopefully i could be really usefull, and thanks because the first appreciation came from you... :)
@Asylum (48266)
• Manchester, England
12 Oct 12
I have used .srt files in the past, these are simply text files that contain a time reference and the subtitle which are then saved in the Subtitle Retrieval Transcript form. However, I have only used them when I received them along with the actual video file that they are associated with. I have edited them in the past, but that is not the same as creating one. I cannot say for certain but it may be rather difficult to simply download one and then add it to a movie file because it would have to be synchronised. This may prove to be rather easy to do, although it may be very difficult to align it properly. If the 2 are not in harmony then it would create a very clumsy and impractical result.