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I have two movie files,mp4 and mkv i have managed to put subtitles on both files but every time i try to convert them into mpg to burn on a dvd (to play on dvd player) i lose the subs, i use handbrake and have just downloaded mkvtoolnik, to add the subs,i use burn to convert to mpg and burn disc,any suggestions most welcome as this is doing my nut thanks
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I put subtitles on with "MP4tools"
Then I covert to mpg and burn with "iFFmpeg"

I know they are not free programmes but after much hair pulling in the past this is successful all the time.
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Thanks ever so much for the information Bobb, i may have to indeed pay for a programme at long last,but i wont give up trying just yet,still early days for me,once again thanks.
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Also worth a try is VideoMonkey and ffmpegX
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Sorry, I do not fully understand what you are saying about XYZsoft converter.
Did it work?
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Because it was just a Chinese spammer trying once again to get past us.

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last two messages a bit weird,was trying to look at jeany86 reply but its not here whats going on??????.
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Basicall there was a message from a "Chinese Spammer" it was illegible.
So I could not answer the question.
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