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Program or software to hard-code srt. subtitles to video (VLC)


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Hi there, fellow subtitlers!

I've been doing subtitles on SubtitleEdit for a long time and now I want to print or hard-code my subtitles on to video files.

Primarily, I'm thinking about .srt files on .mp3, .mp4 or mkv files; the sort of files you would watch on VLC Video Player.

 

I would appreciate if anybody out pointed me in the right direction? Thanks, lads.

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Welcome, Torrent.UK :)

I think you can find many tutorials on YouTube or check Google. In my opinion this is a very generic question or I must completely mistaken your post.

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I tried various options, but have settled for MKVTools on my Mac (you don''t mention which platform you're on). Very effective - it will soft mux and hard burn.

 

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Hello BorisVictor and pixxxie,


thank you both for your answer. They were very useful.

@pixxxie, I am actually on Windows. I checked the MKVTools website but it's only for Mac. Thanks anyway.


I have now tried Handbrake and it seems to be working all right for now.

Thank you both and I wish you many, many happy subtitles!

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