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12.05.09 00:58:20
To: Vindalootoo

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Posts: 5
Registered: 07.06.2009
12.05.09 00:59:20
I have mapped the avi and srt file in the same map, with the same name. But after selection avi file by AVS video convertor 6.2 in "advanced" the subpicture is not there. I have tested the combination avi and srt by a DivX plaer and the srt file is proper. I got subtittle's.
Why doesn't the Video Convertor detect the srt file?

Thanks,
Arjen10
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08.06.09 00:38:31
To: Arjen10

Please attach your .srt file here. We'll do some testing to clear up this problem.
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Registered: 07.06.2009
08.06.09 04:48:14
To: nadin


I have attached the srt file,

Thanks in advance,

arjen
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08.06.09 05:43:34
To: Arjen10

Unfortunately, the file cannot be opened this way. Please could you zip it first and then attach here.

Thank you in advance
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Registered: 07.06.2009
08.06.09 12:35:26
To: nadin


Hi,

Attached I have two files: one srt file and one sub file.
In my dumny opinion it is a system faillure, because I don't succeed with those two file to make subtittles in combination with avi files. Í'm a beginner, but still now I could never convert a avi with subtittles.
But who knows. I am looking forward to your opninion.

Regards,

Arjen
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09.06.09 00:38:07
To: Arjen10

The files still cannot be opened, unfortunately. Please could you upload them to our FTP server.
I will contact you per e-mail shortly.

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Registered: 07.06.2009
11.06.09 00:08:09
To: nadin


Perhaps you already noticed, I have uploaded by ftp a folder with two files eg a srt- and a sub-file.
I am full of expetation of your research.

Arjen10
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Registered: 22.01.2009
11.06.09 06:18:24
To: Arjen10

Thank you for the files. We have tested the .srt file - the subtitles from this file are recognized in AVS Video Converter (note the screenshot) when the name of the .srt file is the same as the name of the .avi saved to the same folder.

As for the .sub file, unfortunately, such subtitles are not supported by our software currently, however, our developers will do their best to implement this function at an early date.

Best regards
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Registered: 07.06.2009
11.06.09 07:46:44
To: nadin

Thanks Nadin,

I have tried again the srt file and by your picture example I noticed that I am misled. The pop up menu shows no tittle which language is to choice. It is a empty title box. But behind the blank title box the dutch language was to choice. Only by trial I could find out.
Thanks for your support!

Arjen10
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Registered: 20.11.2009
20.11.09 10:43:15
there is away to make font for subtitle bold or more clear !!!

can I change the font ??
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23.11.09 01:28:51
To: mtnatsheh

This will be possible in the next version of AVS Video Converter we are releasing soon.
Note the following topic, this question has already been discussed there.

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