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I recently bought a used Macbook running Leopard. The other day I was flying home and decided to watch a friend's dvd on the plane ride home. Well it had subtitles and I didn't want them. I went into the dvd's menu and turned them off, but they were still there. So I then went into the dvd player software menu and turned them off there too, but they still showed up. Is there another place in Leopard that has them activated that I need to switch off?

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What sort of DVD was it? In other words, are you sure the subtitles weren't actually superimposed over the digital video file during the export process? Is this a bootleg chinese DVD or a store bought one?
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What sort of DVD was it? In other words, are you sure the subtitles weren't actually superimposed over the digital video file during the export process? Is this a bootleg chinese DVD or a store bought one?
It was a store bought copy of Iron Man.

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