iPod video converter with subtitles embedded

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  1. kimura

    kimura New Member

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    Hi

    Is there any iPod video converter that can embed subtitles (.srt) into the converted mp4 file?

    What is a good converter from rmvb/rm to ipod touch mp4 file?
  2. Mattyoak

    Mattyoak New Member

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    No offence but why do you need subtitles? If your deaf why did you buy a mp3 player...

    Sorry, it had to be said.
  3. cynicaL

    cynicaL New Member

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    if you watch a movie that's in a different language, subtitles would help to understand it
    a little fast on trying to make someone sound dumb?
    if YOU'RE smart, you would think outside of your little box.

    kimura, i would like to know myself
    i have a few movies with srt files that could use a hardsub or something
  4. itouch101

    itouch101 New Member

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    Wow.. that is very offensive.. I can't believe you would target any certain group of people.. Subtitles are also used for movies in different languages..
  5. TimurY

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    Handbrake should work, if you convert from DVD.
  6. KimNeilJung

    KimNeilJung New Member

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    Sure does. Thanks for the tip.
    Any tip on how to embed subtitles for avi-files and suchlike?
  7. rascals

    rascals New Member

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    i used Sothink ipod video converter. May be you can check it out.

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  8. Mattyoak

    Mattyoak New Member

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    I didn't mean to sound offencive, my best mate is deaf

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    Just wondering...
  9. KimNeilJung

    KimNeilJung New Member

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    Thank you. Worked like a charm!
  10. orellana

    orellana New Member

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    You can use freeware TitleLAB to convert from .srt to quicktime .txt, add the subs with quicktime and reencode with VisualHub.

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