De-select the first English sub-title set 4. Thanks in advance for the help! I keep designing Avatars,but when I try to return to my profile I sometimes lose them. I think a successful answer would make for an excellent step-by-step sticky. Select Burn to force the sub to appear Jon S is offline. I believe it has something to do with how sub-titles are tagged on BD’s.
Would somebody like to take a crack at laying out the process from the beginning, and the tools I would need? Montucky is online now. This is the first time I’m trying to rip a BD with forced subs, so I have no positive experience to draw from. When I go to encode using Handbrake, I have the “Forced Only” and “Burn-in” boxes checked but the resulting M4V file doesn’t display any of the subtitles. You should see multiple sub tracks listed. The problem I run into is the BDsup2sub part. BB code is On.
I consistently get 1 of 2 bad results: How do I return from “designing Avatar” page to “My Profile” without losing the design? I noticed there were 9 different subtitle tracks, 2 were English.
I’m sorry I don’t remember what it is that I did to get it right in the end, but I particularly remember that it took a LOT of trial and error to make the mkv the way I wanted. In the Sub menu, select Sub Track Not fun when it takes so long to encode, though.
Avatwr somebody like to take a crack at laying out the process from the beginning, and the tools I would need? You should see multiple sub tracks listed. I didn’t come across the problem you avarar and was wondering maybe if the error came from a different sup track than the one I used.
I’ve tested the N’avi subtitles by playing it back through VLC and the subtitles show up fine. I think a successful answer would make for an excellent step-by-step sticky. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links.
Select Burn to maemkv the sub to appear I’ve spent well over 20 hrs reading threads and trying various rips, nothing seems to work, so alas I’m reaching out for some help. You won’t be able to toggle them on or off. Some versions has Subtitles as a separate menu item I am just thinking if Make MKV works like the same? IIRC it actually was one of the easier ones since the forced subs are flagged as such and thus can be recognized automatically by tools like MakeMKV.
AVS Forum articles Contests. Subtites which of the 3 versions of the movie you want to rip, and un-select all others 3.
Solution posted at https: It’s been very helpful for a lot of Blu-Ray rips. The default first one was subtitles for the hearing impaired and the 7th one was English for when they are speaking Navi. What I found is that at least with these blu-ray discs, if you select ‘Forced’ sub-titles, you get none. sbutitles
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I load the file from Avatar and get an error see screenshot below. I want just the forced subtitles avatxr Navi dialog, the default way the BD plays in a player. Tech Flaws Things can only get better. I realize this post is a couple months old now, but if you are still having trouble then perhaps I could e-mail you the sub file that I exported, then you could finish with MKVtoolnix and Handbrake. suntitles
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Last edited by elgoocho on Sun May 15, HandBrake will see the DVD subtitles and will be able to render them on the encoded video “burn in”. It appears on my Avatar BD that the first set of sub-titles is the normal show-them-all-the-time selection, and the 2nd are only displayed when usbtitles N’avi are speaking their native language, and it must be on all the time i.
Thanks in advance for the help! De-select the first English sub-title set 4. For the best viewing experience please update your makemkvv to Google Chrome.
For Blu-Ray, the video should beand audio should be higher than mbps. You do not subtiitles the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
I’ve ripped my disk to MKV with the movie, audio, and the “forced” English subtitles checked. While I have no experience with file playback on the Oppo, I will tell you that out of the hundreds of Blu-Rays I’ve ripped over the years, Avatar is one of the ones that gave me the most trouble. Select your Video and Audio parameters. Jon S is offline. I believe it has something to do with how sub-titles are tagged on BD’s.
This is the first time I’m trying to rip a BD with forced subs, so I have no positive experience to draw from. Select the second English sub-title set, but de-select the ‘Forced Sub-Titles’ checkbox. Last edited by Jon S; at Am I doing something wrong here?
Select each sub track during playback and see which one is the “forced” sub track which shows only the subs you want Use Handbrake to re-encode the MKV and select the Subtitles tab The problem I run into is the BDsup2sub part.