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Hi

I got a film clip that i wanna add some subtitles into (burn in) and im wondering how to do it… From wrinting the text to burning it into the film on my mac..


The film-format is .wmv if that changes anything..

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There are several freeware and shareware apps that do this. A quick trip to versiontracker should give you a few ideas. I haven't really explored this much. I have only done this for part of a video. I think I used Jubler subtitle editor.

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"Mplayer executable was not found" just shows up when Im trying to add the filmclip into the program...
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Sounds like it might be looking for MPlayerOSX. The description and it says rendering subtitles is supported. I think I already had it installed when I experimented with Jubbler.

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I got a final subtitle to a movie thanks to jubler.. How do i burn it into the movie so I can add the movie to youtube with subtitle?
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I haven't attempted this in a long time so I'm not sure how much help I can be. I did find the following links that might help. If that doesn't work let me know and I will see what I can do.

http://www.my-guides.net/en/content/view/105/26/
YouTube - Tutorial on how to title videos

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