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    Hi,

    As the title says, how do I convert a TV series on a DVD to a MKV file for each episode that has the subtitles as an option?

    Is there free software for this or which would be the best value for this?
    If you know of any tutorials then please let me know.

    Thanks very much and hope you can help.
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    Actually and typically after posting a thread, I find a decent solution!
    I already searched the web for about 20 minutes to find a simple before posting this.

    It seems MakeMKV software will do the job but if you know of anything better or simpler (don't think this software can be any simpler) then please let me know.

    I won't be receiving the DVD for a few days.
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  3. MakeMKV works excellently.

    While the other day, I found another software, VideoProc, which can rip DVDs with all subtitles available.

    The Frozen disc I bought from Amazon has multi-lingual subtitles. I ticked all subtitle tracks before ripping it.

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    Then I open the ripped movie with VLC, and I found that I can select subtitle languages freely.
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    Hope it can help someone come across the thread since OP you've solved this problem.
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