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edmond4Automatic Subtitle Enable?
by on Mar 16, 2006 at 11:43:24 pm

I'm creating a DVD for a client who works with people with disabilities.

They want Subtitles always set on by default. Is this possible? When Authoring the DVD can I force subtitles to always play by default? If not, I'll have to actually embed subtitles onto the video before I Import it into DVD Studio Pro.

Thanks for any help on this.


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sarahxpRe: Automatic Subtitle Enable?
by on Mar 17, 2006 at 12:00:01 am

You can set this with the disk and play button inspector. Click advance and select the subtitle stream you want. The default is not set. You can also create a button for 'no subtitles' and set the subtitle stream to none. No need to bring the video with the subtitles, although depending on how you created your subtitles, your video with embedded subtitles may actually look better, so you should do some tests.

Hope this helps. S.
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ericRe: Automatic Subtitle Enable?
by on Mar 17, 2006 at 12:53:13 am

Also , in your first play, you can set the subtitles to the "on" position. Look in the First Play inspector.


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edmond4Re: Automatic Subtitle Enable?
by on Mar 17, 2006 at 12:56:38 am

[eric] "Also , in your first play, you can set the subtitles to the "on" position. Look in the First Play inspector."

How awesome, thanks a ton, I'll look into that.


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edmond4Re: Automatic Subtitle Enable?
by on Mar 17, 2006 at 12:58:56 am

[sarahxp] "You can set this with the disk and play button inspector. Click advance and select the subtitle stream you want. The default is not set. You can also create a button for 'no subtitles' and set the subtitle stream to none. No need to bring the video with the subtitles, although depending on how you created your subtitles, your video with embedded subtitles may actually look better, so you should do some tests. "

Hey,

Thanks a ton for the quick reply and into, I'll get looking at this.

Thanks


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