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Old 2 Feb 2004, 10:16 AM   #1
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Need help to find a program that can join video and text, as one divx file (or any other suitable video format). Thanks!

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Old 2 Feb 2004, 10:23 AM   #2
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what kind of text - or better what subtitleformat?
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Old 2 Feb 2004, 10:27 AM   #3
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Its kinda new for me so i dont know, and there is many different subtitles, but i understand most subtitles are convertable. Correct? I'm just looking for a program to join subtitles and movie into one movie file, if thats even possible.
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this is possible.

I am using a tool that is called "Subcreator"
it is available at the software section of the site.
I have to mention that this tool is very outdated.
I'm just using it because I'm very used to it.
most subtitle tools can manage your requested task.

the way to do this is first join your movie.
then load your movie into Subcerator
or a similar tool .then load your first subtitle file
and then load the other files subsequently.
of course you have to adjust the time stamps
but for example the subcrator has an option
to perform this task very quickly since you can add
a certain value to the timestamps off your second subtitle file.
this value of course is approximately the length of the first video.

you can repeat this procedure until your work is done
in case your movie consists of several parts.
of course you have to keep in mind that the value to be

added to the timestamps is the length of the foregoing movieparts.

good luck.

by the way I mostly use the format *.srt
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