Aug 02, 2017 Help video Conversion - MKV soft sub to MP4. May not be the best quality. Alltoavi or other similar program wondering how I can hardsub.
Can anyone help me with this? For some reason most of the anime I download are in MKV softsub but I don't really like it that way. I don't mind watching it once like that, but when I keep it I would love to be able to make it in MP4 hardsubbed. I saw some post on internet saying Format Factory would work, same with Freemake video converter yet none of them seems to work. Or I just can't figure it out.
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So if someone have a way to do it that is easy, even if it take a bit of time (I'm really patient), please help! Dante04 said: Can anyone help me with this? For some reason most of the anime I download are in MKV softsub but I don't really like it that way. I don't mind watching it once like that, but when I keep it I would love to be able to make it in MP4 hardsubbed. I saw some post on internet saying Format Factory would work, same with Freemake video converter yet none of them seems to work.
Or I just can't figure it out. So if someone have a way to do it that is easy, even if it take a bit of time (I'm really patient), please help! Most of those programs are fine for plain text srt subs. Stylized subs are the subs with the fancy fonts, English names over the Japanese sign or the translator notes on top or the fancy karaoke. Handbrake handles most of those things.
Sometimes depending on the presents you may have to rightclick in the subtitle section and click add remaining tracks. Dante04 said: So I tried it, program seems fairly easy to use, but I somehow failed. I opened the MKV file in it, selected MP4 as ouput. Then went to subtitle and clicked 'add track'.
I got the option '1 English (ssa)' then click burn in. But in the end no subs. How many sub tracks are on the mkv?
If the MKV has more than one sub track then it is possibly that you are hardsubbing the subtitle track meant to be used with the English audio track. This will only have subtitles for the opening and ending theme music,songs and signs.The subs meant for the Japanese audio track with have subs for everything including the dialog. If this is the case then you may have to right click in the subtitle area of handbrake and select 'all remaining tracks' and try hardsubbing the 2nd track. 2.If there is only one sub track and this mkv is from a fansubber then you might try another fansubber to see if you can hardsub the MKV from that other fansubber.
Do I have to extract the subs from the MKV first then add it or is there a way for the program to do it by itself?If I have to extract it, anyone know how?9 You should not have to. Handbrake hardsubs most subs out there except for.srt subs and a few others.
Plus extracting the sub track and adding it back in would do no good if Handbrake is not hardsubbing that subtitle format. If there are no other fansubbed versions or encode version then you can try using this subtitle edit program to extract the subs,convert the subs and then use MKVmerge to merge the new subs with the mkv file. Subtitle edit is pretty simply.when the program is installed, open it, and drag and drop in the MKV file.If there is more than one sub it will ask you to select a track.The import OCR window will pop up.Look on the right side and make the only thing checked is the OCR.Click for the 'Start OCR'button.This may take awhile depending on the amount of dialog in the subs. Once it is finished click okay. Now you can save the subs into any format you want.
This will have MKVmerge and some other programs. Once you have MKVmerge running drag and drop the MKV.Add the subs you want and make sure the subs you want are checked and the subs you do not want are unchecked.Click start muxing. This should only take a few seconds. So I did what jOx said and tried another version. It did work, except now I have another little problem. Now I am able to get hardsubbed mp4, but for some reason, some of the video end up with 'softsub?' ' of things like: Part A / Part B / Opening.
What I mean by that is that the subs are properly added to the video, but then at the bottom I see those things written and they act like soft sub but its a mp4. I guess it's nothing major and I will probably find out why soon, but if you know why it does that, I would like to know.
Basically hardsub videos have the subtitles in the video itself where you as the user will not be able to extract it off anymore or edit it. As for softsub, the subtitles comes with the movie itself in the same container where it can be extracted out and be edited. So if you want to hardsub the subtitles into the video, there are 2 ways:- 1) Download VirtualDubMod (freeware) and download VobSub and install. Once installed, you open VirtualDub and go to its filters.
In the filter section, there will be a filter call TextSub. Open it and add in the subtitle that is supported like.srt,.ass,.ssa and etc. Once loaded, you can check the subtitles with VirtualDub b4 encoding the movie. 2) Install Avisynth and get the VSFilter.dll file. Its the best framework available for videos.Script- Open notepad and type this:- LoadPlugin('C: avisynth plugins VSFilter.dll') a) If the source is AVI, type:- AviSource('C: xxxx xxxx.avi') TextSub('C: xxxx.srt'). He forgot to compress the audio 1.
Go to Audio and select Full Processing Mode 2. Click Audio again and select Compression 3. Choose the compressor (LAME MP3 for me) Now you will not have a big AVI file anyway, if ppl having problem diffrenciating the two subs, i'll give an example: Link: For sub in MKV and AVI These two videos are of 2 formats, 1 is MKV and another is AVI What makes the MKV's softsub so appealing to me is that I can change the subs (there are 2 included in there). The AVI however are HardSub, but I need to use it as I want the sub to have Karaoke effects on them.
SoftSub cannot do this kind of effects. Moderation: Link removed This post has been edited by keyz: Jun 22 2006, 04:31 PM.
Finally i managed to do it! But the file got bigger almost 2x.i mean the source is 458mb while the result is 708mb. For video compression i use Microsoft MPEG-4 Codec V1 and for audio i use MPEG Layer-3 with 48kbit/s 24000Hz Stereo 6KB/s. Is it getting bigger coz i got wrong compression type for video n audio? Which MP3 format is better? I still got problem with Divx codec and xvid.
Divx: Divx's error xvid: errors: both i've reinstalled, but the problems still occur! Does anyone know why? Erm.for 2 passes, do i need to do the 1 pass first?