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When watching ripped DVD movies, many people may encounter the following problem: We have no idea what the characters are saying when they speak their native language without subtitles. For that, is it possible to rip DVDs with subtitles they prefer?
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So, this article will show you how to rip a DVD with desired internal subtitle track, with added external movie subtitles, or with translated forced subtitles on screen where a different language is being spoken.
Choose an output video format or device profile you'd like to rip the DVD movie. WinX DVD Ripper Platinum provides you 350+ preset output profiles. For example, select ripping DVD to MP4 with subtitles.
If you don't want the whole movie to have subtitles, but just portions that require translation. You can choose the "Forced Subtitle" option. By doing so, you could disable the traditional subtitles while still preserving the subtitles that translate foreign language speaking parts periodically throughout the film to help you understand what they are saying. Check how to rip DVD with forced subtitle only here.
WinX DVD Ripper Platinum supports importing external SRT subtitles to DVD video. Therefore, even if the foreign language DVD movie do not contain any language subtitles you understand, you can download subtitles of your preferred language from a safe and reliable subtitle download site (such as opensubtitles.org). Now follow the steps below to add subtitles to the DVD video.
Yes, you can. As mentioned in this article, you can use WinX DVD Ripper to add subtitles to a ripped DVD movies. Besides, you can also add subtitles to a DVD when directly playing the DVD disc with DVD player 5KPlayer or VLC. And, with WinX DVD Author, it is possible to insert subtitles to DVDs you burned with MP4, MKV, AVI, etc. videos.
How to add subtitles to a DVD movie with HandBrake? This HandBrake subtitle tutorial show you how to add soft or hardcode SRT subtitles with HandBrake so that you can watch foreign language DVD movies with the caption you need.
Wow, as good as this was and it was only slightly above good, the ending I DID NOT SEE COMING FROM 50 MILES AWAY sold me all the way to a solid 8/10 stars.Never saw this before tonight, but I've known of it since it came out. Probably never seen it because for the longest time I couldn't stand Kevin Costner. Then he made Dances with Wolves and I loved him. Then he made Waterworld and The Postman Back to Back, so I didn't like him again.But, then I opened my eyes. Noticed him in so many other movies where he was basically perfect and I've been a Costner fan ever since. No way out of this last bond.So, tonight, while looking for a political thriller - hopefully slow burn, I came across this title in my research. With the HIGH recommendation I found, plus Costner and an all-star cast of the late 80s, I watched it. I knew the basic-basic plot and began, subconsciously looking for clues as I'm accustomed to these late 80s thrillers.Costner's high-ranking Naval Officer is having a relationship with Sean Young who also happens to be dating his newest boss, The Secretary of Defense. Easy peasy, but muddy. And then, bam, a wrench/twist is thrown in and Costner has to work with/around a coverup even though he might be a suspect, himself.And that's like 40% of the story. Watch for the rest.I was rewarded with what I needed: a slow-burn, political thriller. This is 100% that, until the inevitable and messy climax that 100% elevates this above expectations. Sorry I didn't see this sooner, but glad I finally did.***Final thoughts: #1 boy, I'm glad I changed my mind to Costner. He is one incredible, thoughtful and brilliant actor. #2, unrelated, half-way thru I wondered if Hackman is still alive. Fair question, he's been out of the spotlight for a while. He is, and also 90. 90! Sadly, Sean Connery JUST died yesterday, and he was 90. I know it's 2020 and aside from a possible positive that comes out of the November 3rd election in 2 days, nothing else comes out of 2020 safe. Here's to your health, Mr. Luthor!
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Born in Mammoth Lakes, California, Trevor Donovan grew up skiing and snowboarding, and was on the U.S. teen ski team as a teenager. He is most known for his work as, fan-favorite Teddy Montgomery on the global pop-culture phenom "90210," the show's first and only LGBTQ+ character that was a series regular. Donovan also starred in History Channel's epic miniseries "Texas Rising," opposite Bill Paxton, Ray Liotta and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Donovan's upcoming projects include the movie "Reagan," as well as "Wolfhound," "Aloha with Love," "The Engagement Plot'' and "Hot Water."
Why am I writing about 'Avatar' again now, you ask? James Cameron felt the need to revisit the film with a new "Extended Collector's Edition," and it's my duty to compare it against the original version and inform you that the addition of a few extra minutes has miraculously turned a mediocre movie into the most stunning masterpiece in the history of cinema.
This new Blu-ray release actually contains three versions of 'Avatar'. We start with the original 162-minute theatrical cut, which was previously issued on Blu-ray back in April of this year. Because James Cameron felt that two-and-three-quarter hours wasn't nearly long enough for his opus, the director added an additional eight minutes for a "Special Edition Re-Release" that played briefly in theaters over the summer. And since even that wasn't long enough, he's now added a further eight minutes (for a running time just shy of three hours) to create this new "Collector's Extended Cut" premiering on video. Counting the theatrical run, this would be my third time watching the movie, so I decided to jump whole-hog into the three-hour version. As far as I'm aware, the intermediary "Special Edition" doesn't contain footage or have any changes that aren't also included in the "Collector's Extended Cut." I have a feeling that viewers still excited for more 'Avatar' at this point will likewise want to go straight for the super-long edition, though it's certainly nice of Cameron to preserve all three versions for archival purposes.
The second most significant addition to the Extended Cut is the Sturmbeest hunt, where Jake has to prove his worth (again) to the Na'vi. You remember the buffalo hunt in 'Dances With Wolves'? Same thing. To the letter. Apparently, Cameron felt that 'Avatar' wasn't already enough of a carbon copy of 'Wolves' and wanted to hammer the point home some more. The visual effects in this scene are almost up to the same standard as the original footage, but for some reason the CG mud splatters look really fake. (Then again, the movie's "Viperwolves" have always looked pretty plastic and artificial, and I guess this is about on par with that.)
The theatrical cut of 'Avatar' was previously released on Blu-ray in a stripped-down edition with no bonus features whatsoever. Even at the time, it was known that a more elaborate package was planned. And here we have it. In a recent promotional event, James Cameron claimed that he's not a fan of "double dipping," and that this 3-disc Extended Collector's Edition would be the definitive home video release of the movie, with everything that an 'Avatar' fan could possibly ever want.
All three versions of the movie are contained on the first disc in the set via seamless branching. The other two discs hold the supplements. As a new release from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, it should go without saying that the discs are sloooowwwww to load in a Blu-ray player. Like most Fox releases, the Blu-rays are packed with complicated Java programming and layers of copy protection encryption. A few of my attempts at playback failed unless I cleared my Blu-ray player's Persistent Storage beforehand. I wouldn't be surprised if some hardware models require firmware updates to play the discs at all.
The long and short of it is that this Extended Collector's Edition looks exactly the same as the original release, despite what the bit rate meter may say. I defy anyone to tell them apart. That is of course a very good thing. As before, the 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 transfer is incredibly sharp and detailed, with no noticeable digital artifacts whatsoever. I'm not particularly a fan of the modern fad toward inundating movies with the color teal, which is an affectation that James Cameron has unfortunately fallen into. (The Na'vi themselves are awfully teal.) However, Cameron thankfully mixes in a whole host of other vibrant colors here, many you'll rarely see in other movies. Regardless of what I may think of the movie's story, it's quite lovely visual eye candy.
I discussed the controversy about the movie's aspect ratio at length in the original review. Once again, the director has opted to present the picture in an open-matte 16:9 framing, which I still think looks awkward and unbalanced. (To see the original 2.35:1 composition, check out the deleted scenes and trailers in the supplements.) For this movie, I prefer a compromise ratio of 2.2:1 on my Constant Image Height projection screen. You can refer back to the previous article for more detail on why I feel that way about this specific movie. I don't expect (or require) everyone to agree with me on this. For what it's worth, the scenes in the Extended Cut also crop well to that ratio.
Disc 1 contains all three versions of the movie, a special chapter menu with Direct Access to New/Additional Scenes, and a BD-Live link (more on that in the next section). All other supplements are on Discs 2 and 3. James Cameron apparently did not record an audio commentary for the movie.