[QUOTE=regeneration10;2221279]Since posting my original question, I have noted that some DVD’s in the subtitle area had mutiple subtitle entries for English. When I tested some out, on occasion, the sub-titles only came on screen when another language was being spoken, hence in all intents and purposes, this was forced subtitles. I’m not sure all DVD’s offer this but it certainly worked for my The Last Samurai DVD.[/QUOTE]
Unfortunately this tip does not work for all DVDs, some have these subtitles as choosable entry in the subtitle combobox, but not all. Tron can be done this way, Terminator 1 not.
So the question still is. How to get the subtitle parts from a DVD which are telling locations (or timelines) without getting every spoken line as subtitle in the avi.
Like in Terminator 1 DVD at 00:00:42 - 00:00:48 saying “[B]Los Angeles 2029 A.D.[/B]”
Either I can do it completely without subtitles, which is very annoying when the epilog during the startup only exists as subtitles, or getting every spoken word as subtitle too.
Is there a way actually to get an avi like this or will there be a fix in the future to make this possible?
@Imtoosoft: The selectable subtitles do not exactly solve our problem.