I need something that can help me combine my video files with .srt subtitle tracks. Any ideas? I dont want to use the terminal and command lines, just a simple programme like AutoGK used to be in Windows.
Any ideas what I could use? Thanks
You can try install AutoGK in Ubuntu through Wine. I found these informations, they're a bit old, but maybe they can help you with this:
Graphics tab: Emulate a virtual desktop, at least 800x600 Direct3D Vertex Shader Support none
Audio Tab: Hardware Acceleration: Emulation Check driver emulation.
Applications tab: Windows Version Windows XP
Libraries (I think this is the important one) tab
Add the following overrides: mfc42u, msvcrt, msvfw32, vorbis
Troubleshooting: If the installer doens't come up (just a blue screen), make sure you have the graphics resolution at least 800x600 in the graphics tab of winecfg
If trying to encode a movie fails on the audio portion (Demuxing, decoding, normalizing, encoding happens in about a second, then fails) it is probably your virtualdub. I fixed this by copying a new msvcrt.dll over to wine, and the vorbis.dll. Try manually running "wine autogk/tools/virtualdubmod.exe" and see if virtualdub comes up. If it doesn't, fix whatever it complains about.
There's also some alternatives to AutoGk:
Mkv file format support include subtitle saparately. It means you don't need encode whole video file.
I recommend mkvtoolnix for this situation. Open your video file, add sub file then start muxing. Basically it's not different just copying two files into one. Very fast and do not encode audio/video stream.
Pacakge name is mkvtoolnix-gui. Or install latest version from developer's repo.
Video tutorial - windows version but same with linux one.