Merge your subtitles with movie file VLC Media Player vs MKVMerge Software
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Many people love to watch movies, and subtitles may be needed for you to able to understand, especially if the sound and video quality are bad, or if your hearing is not great. When you turn on subtitles in the movies that you watch, it can help you to understand the whole movie story. If you want or need subtitles on the movies you watch, you can merge the subtitle file to your MKV file so that the subtitles will always be available to you. You will need an MKV file of your movie for this merging process will work. But don't worry if your movie file is not MKV because you can convert it to an MKV file.
We've included an additional method using VLC Media Player, which is also free, and will work with multiple video formats, not just MKV. Remember that you need to have your subtitle file (SRT file) in the same location as your video file, and they both have to have identical filenames.
Method 1: VLC Media Player
- 18You should see your subtitles displayed along with the dialogue.To make sure your subtitles are hardcoded, open the video file in VLC.
Method 2: MKVMerge Software
- 1This software is free, and you can get it at http://matroska.org/node/50.MKVMerge Software.Advertisement
- 2There is a paid version available, but the free version is good enough. Get it at http://www.freemake.com/free_video_converter/.Video Converter Software.
- 3Just search the subtitle file on Google.(Note: The subtitle should match the charset so that it will able to synchronize the voice and the text subtitle.Your Movie and Subtitle File.
- 1If you already have the MKV movie file, that's good! Then skip this. If you have an FLV, MP4, AVI, or MPEG4 movie file, then you must convert it to an MKV file, using the software mentioned in the requirements section above.Convert Your Movie to MKV File.
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How it is done
- 2Choose the desired video.
Questions and Answers
How to combine movie and subtitle YIFY files?
You will have to download subtitles directly from YIFY. You don't have to do anything else. You can just download the subtitles along with the movie.
You can see the Download Subtitles tab on the site itself.
When downloading from YIFY, you should see an option to "Download Subtitles". It will be at the top to the right of the movie cover.
See more questions like this: How to merge subtitle (.srt) to a movie (.avi) permanently
How can I find the AVC converter program?
I need the link to download a trusted AVC program. Thanks in advance!
Here is the link to download AVC: AVC Ultimate.
Once you evaluate the program, you will need to purchase it for $49.95 on PC or $54.95 on Mac. It is available on the Any Video Converter Web page. Click "Buy Now" to purchase the fully functional version.
Is there a way I can add subtitles to a movie that I want to burn on a Blu-ray?
I have already downloaded the movie off torrents and know how to burn to Blu-ray but wanted to know if there's a way to add subtitles to the Blu-ray disc itself to show when watching the movie
There are many ways to burn a movie on a Blu-ray disc. One of the best ways is to use the Leawo Blu-ray Creator program. With this program, you can convert your MKV format movies to the Blu-ray and add subtitles to them. When the movie is converted to Blu-ray format, you can then burn it to disc. To start with, you'll need to follow the steps in our main article to convert your movie to an MKV format using the FreeMake program. After that follow the steps below on your PC to install and use the Blu-ray creator program:
- 1On your computer desktop, open a web browser.
- 3The file will automatically begin downloading to your PC.
- 4When the setup is downloaded, open and install it.
- 5Once the Blu-ray creator program is installed, open it.
- 7When the movie is added to the Blu-ray creator, click on the 'A' icon to add subtitles to your movie.
- 9If you like to edit your Blu-ray movie and add a menu, click on the 'Edit' icon, which will be on the right side of your movie, at the end of the movie timeline.
- 10Once you've edited the movie, click 'Burn'.
- 11Select your disc on the menu.
- 14Enjoy your Blu-ray movie.Advertisement
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