O AVIAddXSubs tem o poder de combinar vídeo no formato AVI e legenda em SRT e converte-los em apenas um único arquivo DIVX. Desta maneira não será necessário se preocupar com arquivos separados, quando for assistir a um vídeo em seu computador.
Para realizar a conversão corretamente, você deverá manter o filme o arquivo de legenda com o mesmo nome, na mesma pasta. Abra o arquivo de vídeo com o programa, ou arraste-o para dentro dele. Após alguns minutos (dependendo do tamanho do vídeo), será gerado um novo arquivo com a legenda embutida.
Roda em Windows XP, Vista
This application will help you create, modify or manage your subtitles.
AVIAddXSubs is a simple program to incorporate subtitles (XSUB) from .srt (ANSI text, up to 8 srt) or idx/sub (containing up to 8 subtitles) quickly and easily to your avi files containing DivX/XVid video streams.
Just place the avi and its associated (same name) srt in the same directory and Drag&Drop the avi on AVIAddXSubs icon or shortcut in your desktop.
In 2-3 minutes a new file with divx extension will be created and be ready to play in your hardware DivX player.
￭ After the incorporation of the subtitles, the .srt is not needed any more. Do not put this file together with the generated divx in the player.
￭ Please have in mind that this program's purpose is to show subtitles in your hardware player and not PC. At PC, for testing reasons before burn, use DivX player from You are not allowed to view links.
. In case you just want to view subtitled videos at PC there are more suitable methods than subtitle incorporation, like DirectVobSub.
￭ You can incorporate subtitles to many avi files in the same time if all those files reside in the same directory (for example the avi of a whole season together with their srt). Just select them and drag&drop in program's icon or shortcut. You can select either avi or srt. Never both of them because operation will be executed twice for every file.
￭ There is no re-encoding so video quality is not compromised. XSUB subtitles is a technology (and trade mark) introduced from DivX company. XSUB are not actually burned in the picture the way other programs do (like virtualdub). XSUB subtitles are inserted in the avi as an additional stream (other than video and audio) and work in similar way as the subtitles offered from normal DVDs.
￭ In case you wish to replace the incorporated subtitles just repeat the operation with another srt (or idx/sub). AVIAddXSubs always removes any subtitles already existed in the source avi/divx file.
￭ This program do not use third party utilities like DivXMux.
￭ Supports the following OS: NT/W2K/XP/VISTA. Works also with Wine in Linux.
￭ You can use DivX Player from You are not allowed to view links.
to see the subtitles in your PC. But have in mind that the results you see there, under the current configuration of the AVIAddXSubs, will not, mandatory, be the the same in your player. Nothing you do in your PC can inform you for the results in your DivX player. You can only experiment with your player directly to find out the correct configuration. Nothing assures that any player in PC and any desktop DivX player handle XSUB subtitles the same way, and most of the times they don't.
￭ Subtitles for "latin" languages like english, Italics, French, German etc, have to use ANSI at character set option at configuration page.
￭ If you download subtitle files in other formats than srt, still you can use AVIAddXSubs to incorporate the subtitles. Just use Subtitle Workshop (freeware too) and convert almost from any subtitle format to another.
￭ For information about the options of the program, please read the readme file supplied in the distribution zip
ZIP File contents
AVIAddXSubs.exe : Main utility
IdxSub2Srt.exe. Idx/Sub to srt conversion utility. Please visit its site for more information.
SUBRenamer.exe : Renames avi and its associated srt under a new name following AVIAddXSubs rules in case of multiple subtitles.
AVIAddXSub.dll, calclib.dll : Needed by the executables.
menu.avi. This file is as small video which is used in case the user adds CHAPTERS (XSUB only) to the generated files.
Create a shortcut of AVIAddXSubs.exe in your desktop.
In a directory place the AVI file and its associated (same name) srt. e.g. movie.avi and movie.srt.
Drag & Drop any number of avi files (in the same folder) to the icon of AVIAddXSubs in the desktop. You can also drag&drop any number of folders instead of separate files. In this case avi/divx files in these folders and their sub-folders will be processed. You can also start the program with a right click on a selected avi (or group, even a group of folders). See "Right Content menu option" at "Configuration 2" tab.
At Configuration/SUB1 edit character set and language to your local (Use ANSI for character set in case of English/Spanish/Italians/Germans etc).
At "Configuration 1"\"SUB 1" select XSUB (default) or Idx/Sub.
In case subtitles do not appear in your hardware DivX Player
Be sure that subtitles are activated through your remote control. Is there a list with subtitles when you press the button for subtitles? Note that this will happen when the avi starts playing. Not before. So wait to finish initialization and start playback.
Test with all available options in "Mark DivX as".
Test with "Full Screen" checked and unchecked.
Use various values in "Vertical Position" (VP). You can create many subtitles from the same srt with different VP. See readme file on how. Smaller VP moves subtitles up in the screen, greater moves them down.
In some players equipped with USB port, XSUB subtitles do not appear when the avi is placed in a device connected to this port. Try also a CDRW/DVDRW to see if things go better from there.
Check if your player is in the list (below) of the "reported working well". If it is there then something you do wrong.
You are not allowed to view links.