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  • Started 6 years ago by tonygreg
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I used to know this but have obviously forgotten. I want subtitles in my movies but i can't seem to do this. I have the right ext (srt) but how do II get that in the movie?

Posted 6 years ago
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tonygreg. Please, in future, just bump your previous Topic on the subject. I have now deleted it.

Posted 6 years ago
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Hi tonyreg, and welocme to HTG community.
And about your question, if your movie is .avi or something you can open it with Windows Media Player, and enable subtitles(right-click on video and you can see the option Lyrics,caption,subtitles the put On if available). And also make sure you got the movie and the .srt file on a folder, i mean in the same location both.

Best wishes,

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