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Joined: 27-November 06
Just to add to Skadog's comments - yes there is a learning curve, but it's pretty easy once you have your movie, the audio (.ac3) and your subtitle file (.sup).
I use the free IfoEdit.exe
to author my DVDs (see the author mode in this program), where it's really easy to combine the video file, the audio, and add the .sup file (and chapters) into a burnable DVD. As far as I know, this program doesn't provide you with DVD menus (the movie just starts).
This program will then author the DVD and copy this to your hard-drive & then you can burn with whatever software you use (it's not that important to the overall process).Ifoedit
It's really not that hard once you have your .srt (the text file) converted back into the .sup (the image file).
Subtitle workshop will allow you to change the timing for subs (I think it lets you add and subtract time overall in batch mode, so that you don't have to change each subtitle timing separately).
Marissa Mell yawns....