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ok so i goto options and uncheck boxes for subtitles convert the movie it still has the subtitles.any ideas roxio

 

ok so its not rocket science but for those who cant grasp the obvious ok import movie from dvd drive before converting go tp options where it will show audio and subtitle tracks uncheck boxes for unwanted audio and subtitles go to convert movie to psp format guess what it doesnt remove the subtitles. no error just doesnt do as asked from what ican see doesnt matter how many times you go back into options it still adds subtitles.

 

ok title of program for those who cant read thread topic VIDEO COPY AND CONVERT ROXIO PRO 2012

 

if you have nothing sensible to say say nothing. we are not all digital video gurus and the program is so straight forward to use. I cant simply remove subtitles.

 

 

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ok so its not rocket science but for those who cant grasp the obvious ok import movie from dvd drive before converting go tp options where it will show audio and subtitle tracks uncheck boxes for unwanted audio and subtitles go to convert movie to psp format guess what it doesnt remove the subtitles. no error just doesnt do as asked from what ican see doesnt matter how many times you go back into options it still adds subtitles.

 

ok title of program for those who cant read thread topic VIDEO COPY AND CONVERT ROXIO PRO 2012

 

if you have nothing sensible to say say nothing. we are not all digital video gurus and the program is so straight forward to use. I cant simply remove subtitles.

 

 

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If the subtitles are on the video itself (sort of like text on the video) and not part of a subtitle text where you can turn it off and on, then it can't be removed. You may not be able to do anything with it if it is a commercial DVD with DRM protection.

 

Are you getting any error messages?

 

Try adding the ripped video to Edit-Video-Advanced. It may not see the subtitles and you can output from there to Create DVD.

 

Please be aware that we are users of this program and not Roxio employees. We are trying to help.

 

You could contact Roxio directly since Creator 2012 is the flagship product. The support is free if you can make the telephone call.. I would suggest live chat since you may not be in the US.

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ok so its not rocket science but for those who cant grasp the obvious ok import movie from dvd drive before converting go tp options where it will show audio and subtitle tracks uncheck boxes for unwanted audio and subtitles go to convert movie to psp format guess what it doesnt remove the subtitles. no error just doesnt do as asked from what ican see doesnt matter how many times you go back into options it still adds subtitles.

 

ok title of program for those who cant read thread topic VIDEO COPY AND CONVERT ROXIO PRO 2012

 

if you have nothing sensible to say say nothing. we are not all digital video gurus and the program is so straight forward to use. I cant simply remove subtitles.

 

 

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IT WORKS PERFECTLY!!!

 

I understant your frustration but as long as you are dealing with a legitimate DVD Movie and not some illegal rip of a commercial movie, it will work perfectly...

 

Take a look through this Subtitlesand try it with the included test files. You will find it works just as intended ;)

 

If not then point me to a legal download of what you are using and I will be more than happy to revisit this :D

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If the subtitles are on the video itself (sort of like text on the video) and not part of a subtitle text where you can turn it off and on, then it can't be removed. You may not be able to do anything with it if it is a commercial DVD with DRM protection.

 

Are you getting any error messages?

 

Please be aware that we are users of this program and not Roxio employees. We are trying to help.

 

You could contact Roxio directly since Creator 2012 is the flagship product. The support is free if you can make the telephone call.. I would suggest live chat since you may not be in the US.

 

the options i get with boxes to check are for audio different languages and boxes for subtitles i ucheck all unwanted audio and subtitles. no errors just still has subtitles.

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IT WORKS PERFECTLY!!!

 

I understant your frustration but as long as you are dealing with a legitimate DVD Movie and not some illegal rip of a commercial movie, it will work perfectly...

 

Take a look through this Subtitlesand try it with the included test files. You will find it works just as intended ;)

 

If not then point me to a legal download of what you are using and I will be more than happy to revisit this :D

 

 

thanks for help mr hardin will try again your guide was very usefull

 

 

surely in options where it says video file output then there is audio and subtitle boxes if you choose none for subtitles it shouldnt add them

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thanks for help mr hardin will try again your guide was very usefull

 

 

surely in options where it says video file output then there is audio and subtitle boxes if you choose none for subtitles it shouldnt add them

Correct, and it will not if you are dealing with a DVD Movie that is not copy protected!!!

 

If yours is retaining the sub-titles it is because you are using a rip from a copy protected DVD Movie. At least that is the ONLY time I have ever seen that behavior from VCC ;)

 

My offer to 'prove that wrong' still stands after more than a year :P

 

If you have anything you want to discuss Off Forum you can IM me here anytime. :)

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name='Jim_Hardin' date='25 September 2011 - 09:24 AM' timestamp='1316967883' post='387625'

Correct, and it will not if you are dealing with a DVD Movie that is not copy protected!!!

 

If yours is retaining the sub-titles it is because you are using a rip from a copy protected DVD Movie. At least that is the ONLY time I have ever seen that behavior from VCC ;)

 

My offer to 'prove that wrong' still stands after more than a year :P

 

If you have anything you want to discuss Off Forum you can IM me here anytime. :)

 

thanks for help once again decided to copy video to hard disc with nero and recode for psp with roxio nero seems to remove subtitles when you tell it too. i still think video copy and convert shouldnt keep subtitles if you set it to none and uncheck subtitle boxes but it does but not to worry have found a solution in nero pain having to do job twice. didnt seem to do this with other roxio versions ive used.

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