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Is there a way to have DVBViewer "burn in" the DVB subtitles when recording to a ts file? When I cut my recordings in Videoredo, the subtitles are lost, and I would like to avoid going through ProjectX to extract subtitles, converting them, getting the aligned etc.

 

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majstang

DVBViewer is not a videoeditor and probably never will be, so dont get your hopes up too high this would be realized.

 

However that is strange Videoredo gets rid of the DVB Subtitles. The only way that could happen would be to feed it (as input) a Comskip VPrj file (where the subtitle PID are stripped away). Make sure Videoredo finds the subtitles by opening the .ts-->Tools-->Show video program info. If your subtitles are on the list, they should be kept in the edited output (.ts only...doesnt work on .mpg). Works fine even with teletext subs here. Sometimes you have to tweak VRD to make it detect the subs. There is threads about this on their forum.

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SimonP

First of all, make sure you have the latest version of VideoReDo. Some old ones didn't support subtitles but it currently supports both Teletext and DVB subtitles.

 

Next, in VideoReDo click Tools, the hold shift as you click Options, go to option 41 and make sure it is "True".

 

It won't burn them in but it does keep them through editing.

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majstang

Next, in VideoReDo click Tools, the hold shift as you click Options, go to option 41 and make sure it is "True".

Default value for option 41 "Enable closed captioning and subtitling" are True.

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SimonP

Default value for option 41 "Enable closed captioning and subtitling" are True.

 

It is now, but that was only changed a few versions ago. Previously it needed setting manually so if the OP was using an old version it might have explained the problem.

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