An sfv file is a checksum file, not a subtitle file. Are you sure it's on an srt file or sub file?
I haven't burned subtitles with an avi to dvd, so I'm not sure Toast can do that anyway.
I know there's some windows apps that do it, but I'm not sure there's a Mac app. The most I've heard of are some that would hard-sub the video and that may not be desirable.
Apologies in advance for what is certainly a noobish question...
I have a movie file in .avi format and a subtitle file in .sfv format, and I would like to burn the subtitled movie onto a DVD using Toast Titanium. I've discovered that simply dragging both files onto the disk won't work - Toast rejects the .sfv file.
There obviously has to be a simple (?) way of combining the two files, but it's proved surprisingly difficult to find out how, so I'd be grateful for any guidance. Thank you in advance.
Mac OS X 10.5.8