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Add subtitles to a dell webcam video

I want to add subtitles to a video

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Do you have subtitle file on your computer? Try Video Converter Studio and then launch the built-in editor which empowers users to merge subtitle on video. If you want to know more about the exact operation, you may check this tutorial about adding subtitle to video. Hope it helps.

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Well, there is no need to convert it to any format. It is OK to use an application that allows you to add subtitles to your video. You can refer to this to know how to add subtitles to a video.

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If you convert it to a .MKV you can create a subrip format .srt files using notepad and then merge it into the video using MKVtoolnix. It is probably a .mpg file like my Samsung and Canon cameras so MKVtoolnix can load it and out put it into a .mkv format container without recoding it since .MKV supports that codec. You can the .srt during conversion on in a second step. I would recommend using two step to avoid or correct any errors since you are unlikely to syncronize everything correct the first time.

You can see samples of the structure of the .srt text files at the wikipedia page at "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SubRip". It is a very simple format and it's a text file not binary so it's easy to create your own from scratch.

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I just want to know how to add subtitles to a DVD. I have Polish DVD which I would like to watch, a Polish person sent me subtitles which is a .txt file. Any ideas? Thanks


Just search for the relevant subtitle on these web site

www.opensubtitles.org/
www.divxmovies.com/subtitles/
www.mysubtitles.com/

Then you can use VLC (http://www.filehippo.com/download_vlc/) for playing the video file.
For adding subtitles just drag the subtitle file into the VLC window while playing the file

OR
go to Video-->Subtitle Track-->LoadFile and add the subtitle file



Hope It Solved Your Problem
Good Day


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