2801 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Feb 23, 2009 7:43 AM by jade_eyed
You will have to first extract the video file from the DVD. If it's not encrypted, use MPEG Streamclip
Then you can play the video and subtitle files with VLC
or QuickTime Player if you install Perian
Make sure the video and subtitle files have the same name (except for the .srt extension).
Hi Malcolm, thanks for your reply but id like to add the subtitle file onto the dvd, not just to watch it on my computer. Its a really lovely movie and id like to watch it on a bigger screen than a tiny computer screen, so I need to put the movie and the subtitle file back on a dvd and play it on a normal dvd player
That's a major task I believe since you'd probably have to re-author the DVD which is getting into a pretty specialized topic which would probably best be asked on a video help web site.