Watch DVD Movies With forced Subtitle
Many people don’t like there are subtitles displaying on the screen when they are enjoying their favorite DVD movies. But nowadays, lots of DVD discs of blockbuster contain no less than one language subtitle. So if there is no English translation, it is hard to understand the DVD movie plot when the spoken dialogue is a foreign or alien language. Whether there is a way to display English translations in DVD movie scenes where there are alien or foreign languages spoken? Ripping DVD with forced subtitles is a way to handle this.
Forced subtitles are languages displayed only when a foreign and alien language is spoken, or when a sign/flag/other text in a movie scene is in particular languages so that you can understand what the characters are speaking. For a picky cinephile, backing up DVD with forced subtitles can fulfill his hypercritical movie enjoyment.
It will be easy to get the job done. Pavtube BDMagic can help you get DVD backup with forced subtitles successfully. It allows users to backup DVD movies to various formats with forced subtitles to meet the different playback needs on iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S6, Android smart phones. Besides, it also can add SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles to movies.
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How to rip DVD with forced subtitles?
Step 1. Load DVD movie
Step 2. Choose “Forced subtitles”
Step 3: Choose output format
In profile list, it offers 200+ video formats for consumers. You can choose MP4, MKV, MOV, FLV, M4V, AVI, etc to be compatible with your multimedia player, like Chromebook, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Sony Bravia TV, etc.
Step 4: Start to rip DVD with Forced subtitle
After check the “Forced subtitles” option, click “Convert” to start backup DVD movies, and after conversion, you can get and enjoy the ripped DVD movies with subtitle displayed only when a particular language is spoken with better visual experience.
Tips: Several Kinds of DVD/Movie Subtitles:
DVD/Movie Subtitles are textual versions of the dialog or scene in DVD film videos displayed at the bottom of the screen, to have viewers understand the spoken dialogue or the signs better.
Soft Subtitle is involved in the actually DVD video, but is independent of the movie video. When ripping a DVD, it’s usually titled “Track”.
Hard Subtitle, contrary to soft subtitles, attaches itself into the actual video and would always come along with the video.
Forced Subtitle appears on screen when a foreign/alien language is spoken, or showed in a sign, location, or other text, aiming to explain the meaning but can not be placed in the dubbing. When ripping a DVD, it’s directly titled “Forced Subtitle”.
Note: Generally, only the foreign dialogues and signs that matter the movie plot are translated in the forced subtitle.
With the forced subtitles in DVD movies, you never need to worry about the foreign and alien language any more. And when it is just English dialogue, you can enjoy full screen watching without subtitles displaying.
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