I downloaded a AVI.movie and it displays Asian closed captions. Is there a way to remove them before burning to DVD?
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I'm moving you to our subtitle section. This is not any VCD authoring...
If they are burned in can you ONLY blur them or crop the video/image. So find another source...
I'm also sure that these are NOT closed captions but subtitles. In the past, people who have insisted that they were working with closed captions when they were actually subtitles, or vice-versa, did not get the right help because they are not the same at all. But in your case I'm pretty sure you have subs.
I'm hardly an expert, but the few Asian TV show AVIs I have, ahem, "acquired" had burned in subs and you can't get rid of those.
Thanks so much.
Yes, there should be a subtitle file with it just delete it. If not you must use the other method above.
If they were closed captions you wouldn't need to remove them since you could just turn them off.
Sounds like a movie named kick-as 2 which has burned-in subtitles,can't remove them unless you crop them out or put in your own subtitles to block them out.I think,therefore i am a hamster.