Advice 1: How to remove the subtitles

The impression of watching a new movie, downloaded from online stores or purchased on disk is spoiled by subtitles that appear at the bottom of the frame.
How to remove the subtitles

The subtitles are useful, if the sound quality is so bad that does not allow you to hear the words of the characters, they are indispensable when learning a foreign language because to learn a language on films is one of the most pleasant and quickest ways). However, in other cases they only distract from the perception of a masterwork, besides obscuring a large part of the picture. Unfortunately, to remove the subtitles is not always possible.

The fact that the subtitles can be overlaid on the video in two main ways. They can be an integral part of the picture, or can be imposed on it directly by the player (a computer program or hardware video player that plays DVDs or Blue Ray Disc). In the first to remove the subtitles, you will have to process each frame of a video that is similar to the well-known program for processing photos with Adobe Photoshop. Of course, it's incredibly time-consuming process, besides the quality of the picture in the area of the subtitles will still be significantly affected. To avoid these problems, we can only recommend when you download the movie or buy the disc to pay attention to the mark "hardsub" indicating that the video is "undeletable" subtitles, which are an integral part of the movie.

If the subtitles is imposed on the net video, you can simply disable the subtitles.

  1. The easiest way to get rid of the subtitles when viewing the video on the computer by any software video player. The specific method will depend on what program you use for viewing videos on the computer. For example, in a widely used Media Player Classic (comes with the popular set of codecs k-lite codec pack) is sufficient when watching a video click on the picture, right-click and from the context menu to choose Subtitles is Enable by unchecking the box next to this item. The subtitles will disappear. In other programs to view video subtitles can be removed similarly by using the appropriate menu item.

  2. To refuse to watch subtitles when using hardware based player you can use the corresponding button on the remote control or onscreen menu item (details can be found in the instructions for the specific model of player).

Advice 2 : How to change the audio track

We are all great experimenters. It would seem that all is, and we want to do something differently, to see what happens. If you want to attach the audio file to any movie or clip, do not think that it is available only to professionals. Our step-by-step manual will tell you how you can edit any audio track independently.
How to change the audio track
Download and install to your computer the player Media Player Classic Home Cinema, if you do not have this player.
Put the same name the audio file (*.mp3; *.wav; *.aac, etc.) in wheelchairs with a video file (*.avi; *.mov; *.mpg, etc.). If you do not have the same name of the audio file, then you need to create it. The sound should have called you as well as videos. Copy these two file in the same folder. Even a fairly General principles, continued in the name of the files may be different. For example:movie.avi
movie eng dubbing.dts
Open your video file in MPC. Right click the mouse on the empty field in the opened window. In English the appeared list, select "Audio". When you choose audio, you have two audio tracks. One track is the original, the sound that sounds on the video. And the second track from an external file. Select the trackthat you need, and enjoy the result.
There is another way that you can use in case if you don't have to rename the track. Select in menu "File" - "Open File". You will see a window with two audio tracks. The first line will be for video and one for audio. In the second line you must specify the desired audio track. While viewing you will need to change paths in some places. To do this, go to menu "Play" – "Audio" and change the paths in some places.
In order to view DVD Video with external track, do the same as if you do not rename the track. Open the DVD using the menu "Open File".
If you use instead Media Player Classic Home Cinema some other player such as Media Player Classic, then you must perform the following steps. Open settings "ffdshow audio decoder". To do this, double-click on the blue cube with the words "FFa". Then remove the tick from "enable", it is in the tab "stream switch". Paths between can be switched by pressing "A" by default or "ffdshow".
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