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I have quite a few .mkv video files, and while I have the means to encode them into other file types the always lose the imbedded subtitles along the way!

Is there anyways for me to have subtitle options burned into my dvd using the imbedded files, or a way to overlay the imbedded subtitles in a different file format?

Do such programs come free, if not, how much? I don't mind paying a little bit to be able to put my videos onto a hard media I can watch on my new TV.
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You can embed subs iinto many file formats in Handbrake, which is free.
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Doesn't really matter what file format as long as I can burn it to DVD.

So, handbrake does that? I thought it was for turning DVD codecs in compressed video file. I actually already have a version of handbrake.
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Check what version of Handbrake you have, but yes, it does that if you want it to.

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Just got a new version, thank you very much!
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