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Video Copy & Convert W/subtitles

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We see posts from time to time about VCC and Subtitles.

 

These posts either complain that VCC Includes the Subtitles in a conversion or that it Excludes them…

 

As far as Subtitles and VCC, they are only found in DVD Movies… :o You cannot have them in a Video File! If you have a video file with them, they are considered Hard subtitles and cannot be removed. If you want more info, Wikipedia is your friend: Wiki ;)

 

For testing, I have created a very short DVD Movie sample with 2 (Eng & FR) subtitles in it. You can download it from this location: HERE

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Use a Save or Save AS but note the location where you put it

 

After Downloading, Open the ZIP file:

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Right Click on the SubTitle.zip and choose Extract All

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Select a destination for the files:

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You can use CinePlayer to test out the DVD… Browse Movie Folder and point it to the VIDEO_TS folder you extracted:

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Right Click anywhere in the movie field. If NO Subtitles exist the Subtitle selection will be grayed out:

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However this one has both an English & French Subtitle:

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VCC and Subtitles:

Load the sample movie into VCC by pointing it to the VIDEO_TS folder of the movie and select Movie 1:

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Click on Options ~ General to see what is available:

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Note the English and French subtitles listed (the Unspecified is the Audio)

 

If you want to make a DVD without any Subtitles, clear the checkmarks by English & French:

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Or if you want One and not the other or whatever suites you, do it here.

 

I suggest creating a Folder set from here (use the Copy DVD tab to burn it). Pick and Note the location:

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You can test the results with CinePlayer or burn to a DVD

 

But when it is all said and done, use valid files and it works as expected ;)

Edited by Jim_Hardin

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