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Open two subtitles with media player classic

How can I open two subtitles at the same time in media player classic?

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I don't see it BUT

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Subtitle files are plain text. You can create a new subtitle file with what you want with some text editor.

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I mean how to open it...

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Sorry no. But.

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Since we can create a new subtitle file with what you really wanted to see, then that would contain both and your players don't need to do a thing.

OK, let's say you don't want to create a new subtitle file. I can do that too.

I'll pick one subtitle and run it into the video with the nifty tool called HARDSUB. Now I can play that video, add the other subtitle and viola, 2 subtitles.

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Can we merge two Subtitles?

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I did not know that you can merge two subtitles in one file! Sounds interesting.
I am really not good in computer things! So can you explain me how to merge two subs?
Do I need a software or something? If yes where can I find an instruction how to work with this software?

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Not exactly and exactly.

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