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    I use virtualdub with vobsub filter, trying to put subtitle in a divx file, but after I load subtitle file, the "ok" button does't work...

    how should I use vobsub corectly?

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    Pardon me for asking, but how is this post different to the one you just posted here?

    Read the rules about multiple posting!

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    "but after I load subtitle file, the "ok" button does't work...
    how should I use vobsub corectly?"

    Is the format of the subtitle file one that is recognized by VOBSub (Read the text files that are bundled with VOBSub)?

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    thanks. now I see what vobsub does. but if I have subtitles and I want to put them into a avi ?

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    Again, is the format of the subtitle file one that is recognized by VOBSub?

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    the extension is sub, but I don't konw the diferencies between subtitle files types.
    what type o subtitle vobsub recognize ?

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    Convert AVI to MPEG2 and mux them in with Muxman - see my sig.

    ok now, how do I convert .sub file in .sst ?

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    From the VOBSub docs ("supported formats.txt"), that I guess you haven't bothered to read:

    "There are two kinds of subtitle formats which the vobsub package can deal with:
    1. vobsub ripped: idx/sub[/rar]
    2. textual: srt, sub, psb, smi, ssa, ass"



    "how should I use vobsub corectly?"

    Once again, read the text files (ALL of them) that are bundled with VOBSub, as there is really no reason to convert your .AVI to MPEG, just to place subtitles in the file...

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    ok.thanks anyway. I had read imediatly after I had write on the forum, in FAQ about subtitle formats.

    but I realized that I don't need vob sub. I need a prog with I can make a dvd from an avi file. I had find for a momment avi2dvd. but I don't know the result yet.

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    Good luck!

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