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  1. I need a software (free or premiun) to add subtitles in a movie (mp4 or avi) and burn It to a dvd.

    What software do you recommend?
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  2. If you're making a DVD to be played in any DVD player, you have to do more than add in the subs. You also have to convert the video and probably the audio too. In addition to the program videobruger suggested, I'd recommend the freeware AVSToDVD.
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  3. I'll give a shoot to AVStoDVD

    How much times It takes to convert a 900mb movie to DVD-format with subs?
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    Originally Posted by RDalmagro View Post

    How much times It takes to convert a 900mb movie?
    Completely depends on the power of your system and the duration of the movie.
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  5. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    If you're making a DVD to be played in any DVD player, you have to do more than add in the subs. You also have to convert the video and probably the audio too. In addition to the program videobruger suggested, I'd recommend the freeware AVSToDVD.
    Do I REALLY need to convert to DVD format first? Nowdays the most DVD reproductors support divx. If I understand correct they can play avi and MP4.
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    Originally Posted by RDalmagro View Post
    Do I REALLY need to convert to DVD format first? Nowdays the most DVD reproductors support divx. If I understand correct they can play avi and MP4.
    The word "reproductors" does not exist in English. Maybe you are trying to say "players".

    Some DVD players play AVI files, but there are always limits to what they will play. We have a post here
    http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/290800-My-DivX-DVD-Player-can-t-play-my-avi-DivX-xvid-video
    that lists some of the options that aren't supported very well on DVD players that play AVI files.

    Few DVD players support MP4 and MKV files.
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    Originally Posted by RDalmagro View Post
    Do I REALLY need to convert to DVD format first? Nowdays the most DVD reproductors support divx. If I understand correct they can play avi and MP4.
    If your player can play avi and MP4, it will probably automatically play SRT subtitles if you put them in the same folder with the same filename:

    Code:
    Apocalypse Now.avi
    Apocalypse Now.srt
    Check its manual.
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