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What do I need to do this? I want to be able to watch something in a foreign language, but I need the subtitles to actually be part of the video. I've scoured the net for answers, it's a difficult plight, but I may be stupid. Any free programs I could use to achieve this amazing feat?
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VLC can display subtitles, just put the subtitles file and the movie file into the same folder and VLC can display them if you turn them on in Video>Subtitles Track
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I have VLC already, I need to have them be an actual part of the video file, embedded onto it, so if I use it on a device that doesn't read subtitles I still have them.
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Okay have a look at these two, you can also find others by following the "Other People Suggest" links.

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I've tried both of those, you have to register them or else it takes out every other subtitles to remind you that you're mean for not paying.
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Yeah, I think your going to have a hard time finding something that it free, but I'll take a look around on the open source sites and see if I can find something.

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Aha, I may have found it,
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I know this is a pretty old thread, but I was Googling for an answer and I stumbled upon this great thread. Thank you, McYukon, for your marvelous suggestion. Worked like a charm!
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