Dec 1, 2009
Jun 10, 2009
For embedding subtitles in a movie, you will need three tools
1. To start with, first keep the movie and the subtitles file ready. Open Divxland Media Subtitler, Go to File>Open Video. Browse for the movie file and click open.
2. Now go to File>Open text or subtitles. Here, browse for the subtitles file. When you have done this, you will find the subtitles text list along with its timing in the left pane and the movie in the right pane of Divxland Media Subtitles window.
3. Now go to File>Save as and select Substation Alpha [SSA] from the dropdown list and save it.
4. The last part is to embed the subtitles. Just go to File>Embed Subtitles Click Next the OK.
VirtualDub will open up and it will start embedding the subtitles in the movie. This process will take some time depending upon the length of the movie.
You can of course leave it running in the background. When it is done, you have your movie complete with embedded subtitles.
Jun 4, 2009
So, all you need for this job is a free nifty tool called Virtual Dub. Here is how to get started:
1. Launch Virtual Dub, open the video file you want to edit by going to File>Open Video File.
2. Slide the Seek Bar to the beginning of the frame you want to remove.
3. Click on Edit, then Click ‘Set Selection Start’
4. Move the seek bar to the final frame (frame no. 3000in this case) and Click ‘Set Selection end’ from edit menu.
5. Now, Click edit and then click delete.
6. Click on video, and the click ‘Direct Stream Copy’
7. Now you have to save the edited movie, for that, go to File>Save as AVI.
8. Saving will take some time depending on the length and size of the video you are editing.
That’s it! Check the final edited file, its size will be just a few MBs less than the original file.