Sunday, November 15, 2015

Rip DVD with Forced Subtitle (Subtitle When Foreign Languages Are Spoken) Only

Forced subtitles are shown regardless of current player setting, typically when movie contains a foreign language scene. For those who don’t like there are subtitles displaying on the screen when they are enjoying their favorite DVD movies, they have to keep the forced subtitle, otherwise, it will be hard for them to understand the DVD movie plot when the spoken dialogue is a foreign or alien language. So how to rip DVD with forced subtitle only? This is a easy job. Actually, common DVD Ripper on the market can get this, but you ignored the function when you are ripping and converting DVD. 

Here, I will show you the way to rip DVD with forced subtitle only with Pavtube BDMagic, which is my favorite DVD Ripper. This app not only can backup DVD with forced subtitle only, but also makes you choose your desired subtitle/audio track as you like. What’s more, it even enables you to add SRT/ASS/SSA subtitle to your DVD/Blu-ray and downloaded movies. (Read review)

For Mac users, please turn to Pavtube BDMagic for Mac, which allows you to rip DVD with forced subtitle only on Mac OS X El Capitan

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How to rip DVD with forced subtitle only?

Step 1: Load DVD movie

Run this DVD ripping tool on PC and click “File” to follow “Load from disc” to import the DVD movie you want to rip with forced subtitles. This app support batch conversion so that you can add more than one DVD movies at a time.

Step 2: Choose “Forced subtitles”

Click “Subtitles” dropdown list and choose “English.” And then check the box “Forced subtitles” nearby to realize DVD movie enjoyment with English subtitles only when there is an alien language spoken.

Step 3: Select 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 Google Nexus 6P, VLC, PS VistaWD MyCloud, 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.

Supplement Knowledge about Subtitle

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".

Now, you can get the Forced Subtitles on your ripped DVD movies. If you think the article can help you, please share it with your friends. 

P.S. You can get Pavtube BDMagic or Pavtube BDMagic for Mac at a 20% discount in Pavtube Thanksgiving Couponactivity. Or you can like Pavtube Facebook to get a special offer. 

Related Software:

DVDAid for Windows/Mac - Capacity of ripping copy-protected and homemade DVD to iPhone 6S, iPad, Surface Pro, Synology NAS, Seagate Wireless Plus, etc with suitable format.
ByteCopy for Windows/Mac - It can rip Blu-ray/DVD to lossless MKV keeping multi-track subtile/audio and all chapter markers.
Pavtube Video COnverter  for Windows/Mac - Function of converting Blu-ray/DVD, 4K/SD/HD video in any format to nearly all popular video format you have ever seen.

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