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Add Subtitles to a DVD Video with a Few Clicks

[size="4"]Here we’re going to look at a simple way of how to attach external subtitles to a DVD movie for get the movie theme and essence easily.[/size]

Subtitles are always shown as the text word of the dialogue or commentary in movies, TV programs, video games, music videos, etc. Most subtitles consist purely of text characters since text is surely the simplest data to be stored and compressed. There are many more common subtitle formats such as SRT, ASS, SSA, IDX, SUB and more. And SRT is perhaps the most text-based of all.

So far I have been using Brorsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate to add Norwegian subtitles to my DVD movies. Do you wanna to do it like me?

Source From: Rip DVDs and Add Subtitles to The Output MP4 files

For commercial copy protected DVD movies, you need to rip the DVD to your computer in video formats (mp4 for example) first and then import the ripped videos to the Brorsoft All-in-One program and then click "Edit" > "Subtitle". As you can see, you can load the subtitle files and if you like, custom the font, color, size, style, etc.

Brorsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate is a powerful all-in-all video tool, which can both convert Blu-ray, DVD, and videos in all popular formats and customize subtitles for movies.  
 This video app allows users to add and load external subtitles(*.srt and *.ass, *.ssa) as a part of the movie with the option to turn the subtitle on and off. What’s more, this package tool is mainly for users to rip/convert Blu-ray/DVD and any HD videos for different uses such as playing on iPad, Galaxy Tab 3, Samsung Galaxy S4, Surface 2 and more. If you are running on Mac, turn to Brorsoft iMedia Converter for Mac. Below is the guide about how to attach subtitles to movie videos.  

(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)

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How to attach preferred subtitles to the a movie file  
 Step 1. Load video/movie files  
Run the program and load your source video files MKV, AVI… into it.

* Note that you can only add subtitles to videos in MKV, MP4, AVI  or other video format which has the ability of adding subtitles. If your original movies are Blu-ray, DVD or other media files, you need to convert these files to a proper  format e.g. .mp4. Then start the conversion to get the output files and  reload the movies to the converter.  
 Step 2. Add subtitles to movie  
Click on “Edit” button, the video editor will pop up. Tap “Subtitle” option and check the “Enable” icon. Then, by clicking on “Browse” to import your *.srt, *.ass, *.ssa subtitle file you’ve downloaded.
 Step 3. Decide output format  
After you have loaded the external subtitles, you need to figure out the output format. You can remain the original format or convert source video to other formats friendly with your devices by clicking Format bar, where you can select an output format.  
 Step 4. Start adding subtitles  
Click the Convert and now you have finished all steps of attaching subtitle to movie videos.  
The converting would add external subtitles to the output videos at your will. Then you can move the subtitles-included videos to your own portable devices for enjoying

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