I'm seeing videos with the program "Videos" on Debian and the videos came with subtitles. I don't want subtitles so I removed them, but even so the videos are subtitled.
How to disable the subtitles?
on 09/02/2013 – Made popular on 09/02/2013
I have downloaded a big .MOV file with subtitles embedded on it. But when I play it the subtitles aren't displayed. I then found out that Videos/Subtitle Track/caption - [English] was not enabled, so I enabled it. I was able to see the subtitles for a very brief while (say, half a second or less), but then they disappeared.
I like keeping a collection of my favorite TV shows and Movies along with the subtitles. For a single playback, I won't mind fixing the subtitle from the player's settings, even though its frustrating most of the times, but while making a collection, you need perfect subtitles. Finding the correct one is not an easy task and neither is editing it.
Hallo:-) I have downloaded a movie off Youtube in the .flv video format and want to hardcode subtiltes into it. I don't understand much about video editing so I've been searching for someone to give me the magic words to enter into the terminal in order to achieve this.
As everyone here know, Mythbuntu 12.04 supports 3D screen from Side-by-Side and Top-and-Bottom 3D file and it is well working.
But, When I insert a file with SRT subtitles on it. the SRT subtitles is separated to the outsides and broken on 3D screen. Someone says " you need to use a file with SSA subtitles for 3D Screen." But, I don't know how to recognize SSA Subtitles on 3D TV.
I've noticed recently that the default video output driver (xv) in both Smplayer (with mplayer2) and VLC player causes subtitles to be displayed with an added blur in fullscreen. It's likely an issue with scaling, since it's a lot less pronounced in HD video. It disappears after switching to gl and in the case of VLC to X11 as well.
I just bought a Kindle Fire HD and it's pretty cool to watch movies with it. However, unlike with VLC, I dont know how to open the subtitle files with the built-in movie player of the tablet. Therefore I had to add the subtitles to the videos first before transferring them to the tablet.
I have a mkv video I want to convert to mp4, but every which way I try and convert it (Handbrake, WinFF, ffmpeg, mencoder,...I lose the video's subtitles. How can I convert the video,keeping the subtitles, or add a subtitles.srt?
I also would like 2 pass encoding with a video bitrate of 3556 and audio bitrate of 160.
First of all, hello! As the title suggests, I'm trying to use an utility that allows me to watch an online video with subtitles. I know MPlayer can do this (creating a small window with subtitles only) and I really like a software I've used in Windows and which also works in Linux (with Mono installed), that's called Greenfish Subtitle Player.