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|DivXMux GUI is a Graphical User Interface for the command line orientated DivXMux.exe from the DivX Media Tools. It muxes (combines) video, audio and subtitle streams into one DivX Media file. Requires .net framework.
1.0.2298 (March 19, 2006)
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Every time I run DivxMuxGui trying to mux in an .srt subtitle file, I end up getting the video in a lower resolution with no subtitle in it. The .srt file works fine in both VLC player and Divx player. A few others have posted exactly same problem in the discussions at the author site, with no recourse.
I used DivXMuxGUI to mux selectable subtitles to my videos.
Usually I had to repeat each job a couple of times or three before I succeeded.
AviSub which I a few days ago found on this board is far more reliable, it - so far - delivered good results every time.
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