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PokezoN
Oct 23, 2007, 04:50 PM
im looking for a free (or not - prefer free) movie to apple tv converter that i can put in a subtitle file (srt and etc) and it will convert it into an apple tv file ..

THANKS



rev316
Oct 23, 2007, 07:02 PM
Handbrake seems to do the trick.

PokezoN
Oct 23, 2007, 07:59 PM
Handbrake seems to do the trick.

.. doesn't support any video format..
it's perfect.. but for dvd's. i need it for movies (avi,wmv..etc)..

theBB
Oct 24, 2007, 01:03 PM
I think QuickTime Pro can do this, but I don't know how user friendly it would be. You can check out the long user guide at Apple's website to make sure. The guide has step by step descriptions on how to do a lot of audio and video stuff.

RedTomato
Oct 24, 2007, 03:38 PM
I don't know the answer either, but just to let you all know. I'm also interested in learning this stuff. I'm deaf myself, and I know several other deaf people interested in technology, and subtitle support on OSX and its variants has been a hot talking point recently.

SnapperUK
Oct 25, 2007, 03:14 AM
Try Submerge.... I think I downloaded it from the Apple website afew months ago. or you can find it here...
http://www.bitfield.se/submerge/
I have used it a few times... although not recently. As I recall it definitely solved the problem that Visual Hub and Handbrake couldn't

eddyg
Oct 25, 2007, 06:32 AM
And where do you get these .srt files from?

Do enthusiasts interpret and enter them all in for you?

Or are they OCR interpretations from a DVD vobsub?

The latter requiring significant manual correction.

The way I see it there is no decent mechanism available today for subtitles, however, what you have described is pretty nice, as long as you can get the .srt files from somewhere and can massage the video into the correct forma.

IMHO there are still too many gaps in the subtitle arena that need to be filled by the content and media suppliers.

Cheers, Ed.

PokezoN
Oct 27, 2007, 10:16 AM
And where do you get these .srt files from?

Do enthusiasts interpret and enter them all in for you?

Or are they OCR interpretations from a DVD vobsub?

The latter requiring significant manual correction.

The way I see it there is no decent mechanism available today for subtitles, however, what you have described is pretty nice, as long as you can get the .srt files from somewhere and can massage the video into the correct forma.

IMHO there are still too many gaps in the subtitle arena that need to be filled by the content and media suppliers.

Cheers, Ed.


im from israel so we have alot of groups that translate the movie by hearing or translating a written text (english subtitles).
submerge is a great idea but im a windows user (the switch id going to be in feb..i hope) so .. not good for me

Aegelward
Oct 28, 2007, 08:01 AM
any converter that uses quicktime should include the subtitles, but without acceleration i find it seriously slow

je1ani
Oct 28, 2007, 01:31 PM
I've tried to use Handbrake 3 times using subtitles but I got them all wrong... :( Anyhelp?

je1ani
Oct 28, 2007, 01:42 PM
nvm I got it :D