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  1. I used Aegisub for timecoding. When i change the font to "arial" to "avenir" there is no problem, but when i export it changes to "arial" again.
    Then when i embed the subtitle i have an arial fonted subtitle in the hardcoded mp4.
    I want to use "avenir" font on the hardcoded subtitle. Is it possible?
    Thanks for your interest already!
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    Are you exporting to ass subtitle? Other formats may not support any font settings.

    How do you hardcode the subtitle?
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  3. I use Submerge. And no, i export it as srt. file. If Submerge is supporting ass. i will try it now...
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    You could also check in submerge if you can change any subtitle font settings.
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  5. No there is limited option on submerge... Nothing about font changing unfortunately...
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  6. VLC recognizes "Avenir" font while running the movie (not embedded one) but still Submerge uses a default arial font...
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  7. Nothing solved yet... Still need help.
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    You could try VLC Media Player then, open the video with the subtitle, under File->Convert/Stream choose a profile(like h264 video/mp4), click Customize, under Subtitle see if you can choose the subtitle track and choose Overlay subtitles on the video. Apply. And last save as file
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    Or else give up.
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  10. Use method from PS3 (but also from DVD\BD\DVB etc) - render subtitles as group of pictures then you can use any font you like - this is renderer independent method.

    http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/play-avi-files-subtitles-playstation-3/
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  11. Export as ASS from Aegisub, mux your movie + the ASS file (+ maybe the font as attachment) using mkvmerge. Then load the mkv file in HandBrake, set the subtitle track to "burn in" and encode to mp4 however you like.
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    Okey. Don't give up. You have several options now. .
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  13. Thank you folks! problem solved by submerge. There is an "edit option" which i can edit the font at the last step. I just found out...
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