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Old 23 Apr 2004, 04:12 PM   #1
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Default Subtitles on SVCD

I'm sure this has been discussd before. I've got all the appropriate software but unsure how to get DVD2SVCD to copy subtitles without another language appearing in text.

As an example kill bill vol.1 (which has encoded successfully), there's a few times in the film where japanese dialogue is running but the english translation subtitles do not appear. I haven't selected subtitles before but I'm interested in doing it.

DVD2SVCD has 3 options under subtitles. The examples are;

SVCD subtitles, CVD subtitles and Permanent subtitles.

My question is which option do I pick in order to get an english translation rather than an alternative language appearing with subtitles running throughout the film.

As you can see I've never played with this area because I have never had too.

One more thing once subtitles has been enabled in DVD2SVCD and the encoding has finished, how does one burn the cd or is it just the normal procedure through Nero 6. Select SVCD.!!!!!!!

Help please.................................
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