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    Does anyone know any good program that can play movies with subtitles?

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    For best results, use MPlayer OSX Extended or MPlayerX.

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    thank's!!! good tip!
    but it doesn't support burning the movie into a disk with the subtitles....
    is there any app that support burning movies with subtitles on mac?

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    Are the subtitles part of the video file or are they coming from an external subtitle file? If they are part of the video file, what is the video file type (MKV, AVI, etc.), and do you know whether they are hardcoded or softcoded? Softcoded means you can switch the subtitles on/off; hardcoded means they're just there as part of the video -- as a general rule of thumb, if the file type is anything other than MKV, they're probably hardcoded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuni20 View Post
    thank's!!! good tip!
    but it doesn't support burning the movie into a disk with the subtitles....
    is there any app that support burning movies with subtitles on mac?
    Yes, but it can be rather tricky, particularly if you want them "softcoded" (ie switchable on or off in the final DVD). Hardcoded subs is easier -- you merge the SRT subtitles file and the video into a new video file, then just burn that.

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