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  1. Member
    Join Date: Mar 2007
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    Hey, like in the subject all i want is to convert Avi to MP4 and in the same software add subtitles
    from external file...

    i've searched and downloaded some different softwares but couldn't find the right one who will do the job

    well, my interest by doing this is to convert movies, and watch them in my tv using my video ipod (with subtitles ofcourse).

    if you familiar with such software, i'll be grateful....


    greetings

    JoKeY
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    Join Date: Mar 2004
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    Jokey,
    YAMB will do what you want but I caution you, if your existing AVI files have B-Frames in them (most do)you will not be able to play them back on an iPod at all even if they are Mp4.
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    Join Date: Mar 2007
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    It keeps telling me that "muxing failed"

    but i cant understand why....

    some1 can help with that issue?


    EDIT:
    any way, if some1 got a better way to view movies in the TV using the ipod, and also keeping the quality

    share us...
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    Join Date: Dec 2004
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    Another problem is that iPod's don't (as far as I know) support ttext subs, so the subs would just be ignored.

    You would need to re-encode with hardsubs, which means you don't get to keep the quality.
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    Originally Posted by celtic_druid
    Another problem is that iPod's don't (as far as I know) support ttext subs, so the subs would just be ignored.

    You would need to re-encode with hardsubs, which means you don't get to keep the quality.
    listen up guys...

    i can take the longer way, and stick together the movie and the subtitles file, and then create an AVi file with subtitles on it, by using the VirtulDubMod software
    and then convert it to MP4 file, with any program in hand.

    but what i'm looking for is a software that will make me a faster way to do that...
    by taking the movie and the subtitle file, and creating it to a MP4 file with subs on it....

    hoping you get the point...
    JoKeY
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    Join Date: Apr 2007
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    looking for the same thing.. any ideas ?
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