How to burn movie with subtitles?

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  1. Nightmist

    Nightmist Power Metal Crew >* \m/ \m/

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    I have a few movies on my computer and want to burn them to DVD but they all have subtitles. How do I burn the movie so the subtitles are on the dvd?
     
  2. Wolf68k

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    You have AVIs (or whatever movie format) with subtitle files...that about right?
    videohelp.com
    AVI2DVD should be able to do it and it works with more than just AVI (not much more though).
    You can find a guide at videohelp.com to help walk you through it. Look under Convert in the left navbar.
     
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    *cough* not legal *cough*
     
  4. Wolf68k

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    Why is it not legal?
    How do you know it's not legal?
    How to you the material he has isn't public domain?
     
  5. Doc Brown

    Doc Brown Don't make me make you my hobby

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    Exactly.

    I'm sure they're all just old Bob Hope movies. :mamoru:
     
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    Because they're bootlegs.
    Because I'm not an idiot. I read.
    Prove me wrong. (You wont. Because the movies are not public domain)
     
  7. Nightmist

    Nightmist Power Metal Crew >* \m/ \m/

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    yeah the movies are public domain
     
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    P07r0457 New Member

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    then you need to go to that party for help.

    Because you're a lying piece of shit.
     
  9. crontab

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    go to www.videohelp.com they have all the info you need to burn movies with subs
     
  10. Wolf68k

    Wolf68k OT Supporter

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    Who gives a flying fuck if the movies are legal or not?
    Is he planning to sell them? I seriously fucking doubt it. So shut the fuck up, dumbass.
     
  11. Create

    Create :free at last:

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    Honestly, third time you've gone against the convention without any justification of why you've done so. Float the forum a bit before jumping in to get an idea of what's acceptable, and who actually knows wtf they're talking about (I call the OT mentaility the "Parakeet Syndrome")
     
  12. Create

    Create :free at last:

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    What are you making copies for? I have a solution, but...
     
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