Hello guys, I've got a massive problem.
I've got some MP4 movies that I bought at the local store. I want to send them to my dad through an USB, I've figured how easy that is, my dad lives in Germany, this is easy anyways, but there's one HUGE problem, he doesn't understand English and the movie is on English.
I need a fast program if possible, I've tried the MKV thing, does make it work in 5 minutes but the file isn't Mp4 anymore so his PC can't play it.
Tried AVC, tried VirtualDub it says that it doesn't support mp4...
I've tried TEncoder, he doesn't know how to use GOM player or BS player to import them nor will he bother to do it, he just needs the movies with subtitles if that's possible, guys please if anyone knows a program, or perhaps a site with subtitled movies I'll be grateful forever...
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How long does it take? Yes, the subtitles are in .SRT excuse me for not mentioning it, can you just tell me how long will it take?
Excuse me, I've never done this but.
So,it won't lose quality a lot? ( It's a 1080p movie ) it will take let's say 10 minutes for a 1 hour 20 minutes movie? It will be mp4 after adding subtitles? If it will, dude I'll be grateful for the rest of my life!!
If you mix mp4 and srt, you still gonna need player like VLC or MPC-HC
because Windows media player don't display SRT subtitles without plugin
If you want reencode with permanent subtitles on video use handbrake,
select Burn In on added subtitle:
reencode will take time about 1:30-2:00 hours with you CPU
Before reencode click on Preview to see Quality
Preview will encode only 30sec
Remuxing will take as long as your remuxing into MKV with mkvmerge . If it took you 5 minutes then, it will take about 5 minutes with yamb beta 2 or mymp4boxgui
Yes, tell him to download a player like VLC, MPCHC, Potplayer, etc...
"some movies" implies more than one. You don't want to be re-encoding a few movies - not only will quality be reduced, it will take a few hours per movie
Yes of course, it will better to tell him just install the players
he's gonna play the movies through an USB on a TV..that changes stuff.. I just got off skype with him, so he's gonna play them on TV
through an USB
So you can make MKV if TV support
also if MP4 and SRT same name it can also played if TV support
or can go safe to reencode with handbrake