How to Add Subtitles in ConvertX-to-DVD

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ConvertXtoDVD is a program that allows you to create and burn your own DVDs. You may want to burn your own DVDs in order to keep backup copies in case your other gets scratched or turn a home recording from your digital camera or video recorder into a DVD. You can modify chapters, change colors, add photos and even add subtitles if you want to. Subtitles are necessary for someone that has difficulty hearing, and they can also help a person to develop their language and vocabulary skills. Fortunately, you can quickly and easily add subtitles to your video to make it more appealing.

  • Open ConvertXtoDVD. Click the green "plus" sign, which is located to the right of the large project box and to the immediate left of the video preview, to add a video or multiple videos to your project.

  • Click "Settings" from the menu. Set the video standard for your region to NTSC for the United States and Asia or PAL for Europe.

  • Click the "+" located next to "Menu." Double-click the background to change it if you want something besides the default.

  • Double-click "Title" to change the title of your DVD.

  • Download the subtitles for your movie from a site with a subtitle database, such as Subscene (subscene.com) or Open Subtitles (opensubtitles.org).

  • Click the "+" located next to your video file.

  • Right-click "Subtitle (0 stream)," and then select "Add Subtitle Channel." If you want the subtitle to be added automatically when you add a video file, place the ".srt" subtitle in the same folder as your video file with the exact same file name as your video file.

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