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  1. I would like to know which authoring softwares can add a single language subtitle track to a movie with the facility of turning on/off the subtitles with aa dvd remote

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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Most dvd authoring tools supports that like dvdstyler, muxman, avs2dvd, tmpgenc authoring works, dvdauthorgui.
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    A correctly written DVD authoring program that adheres to spec should allow you to be able to turn (normal, non hard-coded) subtitles on and off by successive presses of the "subtitle" button on the DVD player remote, like the ones baldrick has mentioned above; include encore, dvd architect, etc...
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  4. Add DVDLab (Pro), and IFOEdit to the list. Pretty much all of them, actually. Of course, the authoring program you choose is partly dependent on the format of your subs and whether or not you can create them in or convert them to a format the program supports. For example, Muxman (the one I use) accepts subs only in SST and SUP formats.
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    Multiavchd can do what you want as well.
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  6. Thanks a lot all
    May I ask whether Cyberlink PowerDirector can do this as I am thinking of buying this program
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    Don't buy it,It's a piece of crap,just use a program here people recommended.
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    I second that! Don't spend your money on that software when there are many shareware alternatives or lower cost programs available.
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