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  1. Hi,
    I have a question about extracting subtitles (.srt) from one of my own subtitled films. I'm pretty sure the subtitles are Open Captions and not Closed Captions. I don't have the project file left since it was a couple of years ago. Is it possible to do this in any way?

    Information about the video file: MP4 / 1920x810 / 25 fps.

    I have tried the following tools but they don't seem to recognize the subtitle track: MediaInfo, Subrip, Mp4box.

    Appreciate any type of advice for this issue.

    Thanks in advance,
    Sergio
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    What does mediainfo (in text view) say about the subs ?
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    I think I have attached the file with this post. Media-info doesn't seem to recognize the subtitle track. Only video and audio.
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  4. Are you sure these subs aren't "burned" or "hardcoded" into the video?
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    This may be ok
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    If the subs are in text form (srt) you could load the mp4 in mkvtoolnix, save it as mkv and use mkvextract gui or other extractor to extract the sub
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  7. If MediaInfo doesn't report the subs they are burned into the video, closed captions.
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