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Hello,

 

Not to sound rush, but I kinda need this or would like this question answered asap do to the situation I'm in, but anyways,

 

I uploaded a blu-ray disc to Toast 11 to burn two anime episodes with subtiles in them. It burned and the video looked great, however I have no subtitles at all.

 

So my question is how do I enable toast 11 to okay the subtitles?

 

 

Like I said, the subtitles were already in the video and every website forum I go to only talks about adding subtitles, nothing on if you already have the substitle in the video.

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Okay intersting...apparently when I play the video file on a player on my computer it will play the subtitle, but as soon as I place that same file into toast and click "edit" button on the right and hit play, the subtitles have disappeared. So maybe it's the file?

If Toast is "Encoding" the video the subtitles will be lost. If it is "Multiplexing" the video the subtitles should remain. If it says it is encoding go to the custom encoder settings window, choose MPEG 2 as the format and click the Never Re-encode button. You'll be needing to burn this as a Blu-ray disc or Toast will have to re-encode it.

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If Toast is "Encoding" the video the subtitles will be lost. If it is "Multiplexing" the video the subtitles should remain. If it says it is encoding go to the custom encoder settings window, choose MPEG 2 as the format and click the Never Re-encode button. You'll be needing to burn this as a Blu-ray disc or Toast will have to re-encode it.

 

Thank you so much tsantee, one question though, I did what you suggest, but should it still say "Encoding" one you hit burn or should it say Multiplexing?

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Thank you so much tsantee, one question though, I did what you suggest, but should it still say "Encoding" one you hit burn or should it say Multiplexing?

It depends on what format the source video is in and what you are wanting it to become. You say the videos came from a Blu-ray disc so I'm guessing they are high definition in MPEG 2 format. In that case Toast should multiplex them when authoring a new Blu-ray disc. How does Toast describe the specs of the video in its main window? Are you trying to make a Blu-ray video disc or something else?

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It depends on what format the source video is in and what you are wanting it to become. You say the videos came from a Blu-ray disc so I'm guessing they are high definition in MPEG 2 format. In that case Toast should multiplex them when authoring a new Blu-ray disc. How does Toast describe the specs of the video in its main window? Are you trying to make a Blu-ray video disc or something else?

 

In Toast 11 I am in video and I clicked "Blu-ray Video". Before I changed it to MPEG-2 Video format the specs are: MPEG-4 AVC, 8.0 Mbps (16.0 Mbs max, reencode never, Audio: Dolby Digital 192 kbps.

 

The video itself is in a MKV format. All I want to do is burn this video onto a blu-ray disc while keeping the subtitles that are in them.

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In Toast 11 I am in video and I clicked "Blu-ray Video". Before I changed it to MPEG-2 Video format the specs are: MPEG-4 AVC, 8.0 Mbps (16.0 Mbs max, reencode never, Audio: Dolby Digital 192 kbps.

 

The video itself is in a MKV format. All I want to do is burn this video onto a blu-ray disc while keeping the subtitles that are in them.

Toast can't do it. The video with subtitles has to be in MPEG 2 format before Toast will include the subtitles in the Blu-ray video. I don't know what can do that on a Mac.

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Toast can't do it. The video with subtitles has to be in MPEG 2 format before Toast will include the subtitles in the Blu-ray video. I don't know what can do that on a Mac.

 

Thank you tsantee so much for the help. What you mentioned got me searching and I found two programs that one will allow me to slap the subtitle back on them (like it was turned off of something) while the second one allows me extra the subtitle from the original video file and then using the first program to import it into the video file.

 

Long story short, I did manage to not only burn a blu-ray disc, but also keep the subtitle.

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I found two programs that one will allow me to slap the subtitle back on them (like it was turned off of something) while the second one allows me extra the subtitle from the original video file and then using the first program to import it into the video file.

 

Long story short, I did manage to not only burn a blu-ray disc, but also keep the subtitle.

 

It would help if you mention the names of the programs you did find. Will you be so kind?

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