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Unread 06-11-2007, 12:46 AM   #11
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Re: Remove Subtitles from an *.avi video

As I had feared, the subs are hard-coded.... Apparently no one has the *.sub files which are needed to remove the subs....

The only thing which bothers me is that the f****n' moron downloaded some files with French subs and the rest of them w/o subs.... What a maggot !!!
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Re: Remove Subtitles from an *.avi video

How to remove hardcoded Subtitles?? - Doom9's Forum

actually someone managed to remove the hardcoded subtitles.
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How to remove hardcoded Subtitles?? - Doom9's Forum

actually someone managed to remove the hardcoded subtitles.
That sh** is damn confusing.... That guy's screenshots are also unavailable or I can't access them (maybe I'm not registered ???)....

Here's a site with valuable subtitle creating/editing/removing softwares.... I have read great reviews of it somewhere (dun remember the forum or stuff) so worth a try !!

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I'm trying to figure out how to blur the embedded subtitles or delogo them with virtualdub, with no avail. I just can't figure it out. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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I'm trying to figure out how to blur the embedded subtitles or delogo them with virtualdub, with no avail. I just can't figure it out. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Well I think that's almost impossible if not totally impossible.... But if it's just a Logo then u can try using Delogo (as u have mentioned it).... The tutorials should be available on the net.... But really as I have learned ; if they are hard-coded then it's best if u leave them ; if u try to blur or stuff u actually will end up wid a deteriorated avi or movie file.... Anything else will update here soon....

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Re: Remove Subtitles from an *.avi video

hi, you can remove the subtitles in that Avi very easily.
You need to have Adobe Premier (Software for video editing).
When you open the Avi file in Adobe Premier it will open in seperate track.
ie) Audio in seperate track, Video in seperate track and Subtitle in seperate track.
Now you can delete that track and render that Avi file again.
This could solve your problem.
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hi, you can remove the subtitles in that Avi very easily.
You need to have Adobe Premier (Software for video editing).
When you open the Avi file in Adobe Premier it will open in seperate track.
ie) Audio in seperate track, Video in seperate track and Subtitle in seperate track.
Now you can delete that track and render that Avi file again.
This could solve your problem.
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Re: Remove Subtitles from an *.avi video

None of the tools will help to remove the hardcoded subtitles. If it's the part of the video, it's simply the part of the video! You can't take it out. But if the subtitle is added to the AVI files along with the video it's possible to detach them.

Anyway best of luck with Adobe premier!
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None of the tools will help to remove the hardcoded subtitles. If it's the part of the video, it's simply the part of the video! You can't take it out. But if the subtitle is added to the AVI files along with the video it's possible to detach them.

Anyway best of luck with Adobe premier!
Ok the video I have has hardcoded subtitles ; I searched for subtitles and put them wid same name in the same folder and they appeared next to the original sub-titles.... WTF !!!

I hope that Adobe Premier helps me in ridding them off !!!
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Re: Remove Subtitles from an *.avi video

Hi, You can definitely remove the subtitle, because there subtitles are saved in separate tracks in *.Avi format.
If you want a very good software to remove i would suggest 2.
1. Adobe Premier (a very big and professional software)
2. Mainactor (a small and simple software)

While you open a Avi file in these software, i will be loaded in different tracks. that is found in the timeline for editing.
You can try this.......
Let me know if you have some other problem
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