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07-20-2004, 04:44 AM
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Hi Guys,

I have been backing up two of my DVD's to one KDVD and I ripped the subs from them using subrip and I have the .srt files.

The problem is I use DVD-Lab Pro and I can't see where I can add the subs to my movie.

Id like to have switchable subs like proper DVD's have where you can have them on or off.

Can anyone help me?

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Which beta do you have ? Only last betas (from number 2 or 3 maybe) import directly external suntitles in srt format.

Before this, you can't imoort them in dvd-lab. You have to use ifoedit to creates vobs with subtitles and import them into dvd-lab with "no demux".

But ifoedit uses its own format (sup) that is not sub (vobsub) or srt (text). Are you sure you want to go their ?
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Thanks for the info Phil, I was still using beta 1 of the pro version.

I thought I updated it but I must have forgotten to.

I dont fancy going down the IFOEdit route that sounds far too complex for a poor noob like me.

Thanks again Phil I shall update my version now.
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Thanks for the info Phil, I was still using beta 1 of the pro version.

I thought I updated it but I must have forgotten to.
FYI I'm sutck to beta1 also because 2 and 3 (I do not tested 4 and 5 that were released after that) were SOOOO buggy that I never manage to compile a DVD !

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I dont fancy going down the IFOEdit route that sounds far too complex for a poor noob like me.
I confess that this is the part that takes me the most time when I do a KDVD

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Thanks again Phil I shall update my version now.
You'll tell me is beta5 works !
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Thanks again Phil for the info I did read on Mediachance's forum about the bugs in beta's 2 & 3 I just don't understand how they could let so many bugs creep in after each new beta.

Would I be better off buying TmpgAuthor? Can that handle subs?
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Lol I did a web search and found that out also that TmpgAuthor cannot add subs.

Unforunately Phil I won't have time to test the new beta as I will be to busy today and Im away for the weekend and wont be back to Tuesday so I shall test out the new beta then.

Thanks for all your help though Phil I do appreciate it.
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