With Freemake Video Converter can you easily convert everything to anything with burned in subtitles. It supports sources like MKV, MP4, DVD with embedded subtitles. Convert to AVI, MKV, MP4(profiles for Iphone, Ipad, Android etc), DVD, Blu-ray.
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Load your source video. If your video already has subtitles just click on subtitles to choose the subs. Or else click subtitle and load from an external source(srt/ssa/ass).
I'm converting to my Nexus One Android mobile.Start encoding and wait....
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Last edited by Baldrick; 14th Feb 2011 at 10:49.
Great guide and a excelent program.
Is there a way to change the subtitle size when converting to DVD?
very best this is Great program
Can anyone find how to change where this program's temp folder is? It defaults to c:\Freemake_do_not_remove_this_folder and I'm working with Blu-Ray, so it fills it up and fails.
Last edited by jonlar; 10th Apr 2011 at 08:31.
Should this support IDX/SUB?
Yes, it is installed and I have updated after your reply as above. Same problem occurs!
For what is worth try Downloading The Standalone .NET Framework 4 from the link below ... read carefully, I think I saw something about the XP machine might need something else ... but the link for what you might need is in there.
This Link is the Page One ... after you download look at Page Two also ... has some more info ...
Post back your results for the next person!
Thanks for the replying.
I followed your suggestion and was able to "repair install" The Standalone .NET Framework 4 unlike earlier when the The .NET Framework 4 installer exited without performing repair/install.
However, the Windows XP again gave same Error message and sent report to Microsoft and FreeMAKE Video Converter too sent Error Log to the authors of the program.
Sorry, I could not follow what page 2 says. It is so full of "computerese"
Wish there were simpler way in the form of do-this-and-dont-that.
Thank you once again for your time and suggestion.
I agree Freemake is a good and convenient software but it cannot retain DTS audio encoding.
I know, it is an old thread.
I came to thank Baldrick and gonwk for their suggestions and help.
I don't know how and why, but FREEMAKE is working on my system, now.
It is so fast and so easy to use! I'll rate Freemake at 7/10 as a converter and 9/10 for speed!
Sorry folks, I have to chime in ... I am Totally against Hard-Subbing ... it RUINS the movie ... if someone wants to use that AVI or whatever other format with some other language Subtitle ... now they have to put up with already hard-coded subs ... which will be in the way of viewing.
For AVI ... just convert MKV to AVI without Subs .... then Extract the Subtitle from MKV in SRT format ... Name both AVI and the SRT Subs the same IDENTICAL name ... problem solved ... your AVI sizes itself to match your TV Media.
No prob... I just wanna say that a edit-option could be an nice option! The choice for hard-subbing still can be made by the person using the software. I did try the seperate srt, but the font that my dvd-player creates, is also not very pleasing.
I just make the avi for viewing it on my own dvd-player.
I have lots of .ts files form which I would like to cut out the adverts.
I was looking at Freemake Video Converter but having looked at the above, am I correct in thinking that unless I want to burn the susbtitles into the video (which I do not), I will lose them?
Ultimately, I want to keep the option to turn the subtitles on and off in the edited .ts file.
ProjectX to cut out the commercials and demux the subs. If the video is H264 then it won't work.TheVoiceIsAnotherPerson ~ BeyonWiz DP-P1 and T3 PVR's ~ Popcorn C200 ~ Samsung ES8000 65" LED TV ~ Windows 7 ~ Yamaha RX-A1030 http://www.openwiz.org/wiki/ProjectX
You can't. You must use something else.