SRT (.srt) files, are format text files of the SubRip software program that extracts the subtitles and their timing information from videos. This format is supported by DVD, DivX and several other video formats. These files are essential for playing video that includes subtitles. The Sony PS3 (PlayStation 3) video game system has the ability to play several different types and formats of video from DVD to DivX to Blu-ray disc. Adding and playing SRT files on the PS3 requires the use of a free software called AVIAddXSubs.
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Things you need
- AVIAddXSubs application
Launch the AVIAddXSubs application.
Select the drop-down area labelled "..." to find the desired file and find the movie file.
Click "Configuration 1" and then under the SRT extension click "Preview." This will allow you to see a preview of the video with the subtitles added in real time.
Click "Load srt" and search for the video and then click "Open"; then click "Exit."
Go to "Create DivX with Subtitles" and the click "Create Subtitled DivX File." This process will take a minute or so to complete.
Burn your new video file to a CD or DVD, depending on the overall size of the file. Next, insert the CD/DVD into the PS3.
Press the triangle button on the game controller and select the subtitle option on the video screen.
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