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Nobody can answer this subtitle SRT question :(

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by mirrorimage, Sep 17, 2015.

  1. mirrorimage

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    I want to enabled SRT Subtitles for my flying. I cannot find any setting anywhere in the DJI Go app to enabled this. I've asked on multiple forums and reddit and not one person knows the setting to turn it on. Most people have it pre-enabled out of the box.

    Can anyone tell me setting enables SRT subtitles?
     
  2. Oso

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    Isn't it simply to enable video captions?
     
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    What menu? Video Captions sounds right
     
  4. louforgiveno

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    I believe it's under camera settings (advanced camera settings, fps,aspect etc)
     
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    Check in the app, camera settings, More. I don't have mine with me, but I think the option is at the top with the over exposure warning, the histogram, and then video caption.
     
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    Unfortunately, the new DJI GO app won't show you the app or its settings until you actually connect to the transmitter. However, it is definitely a camera setting associated with video recording, called video captions. To see them, you'll stil need to enable playing subtitles in your video player, and they must stay in the same folder as the video file, as a sidecar .SRT file, which will have the same name as the corresponding original video recording.
     
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    It appears you should have come here first :)
     
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    We have all the answers!
    They aren't always right, but we are all very sure of them! ;)
    Why would anyone want to go anywhere else...:cool:
     
  9. louforgiveno

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    In fact after you get an answer, people will keep posting the same answer ;)
     
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    And 2 hours later, someone will ask the same question :)
     
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    Well, not every answer is correct, nor clear, so a second one sometimes helps cooroberate and clarify the first answer. :cool:
     
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  12. louforgiveno

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    Ok
     
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    :cool:
     
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    +1:D
     
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    Yes....see that's how you do it.....+1's
    haha lol
     
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    You just need to format the SD card from in the DJI Go app (and probably be on the latest firmware).
    I have another related question. I did one flight, the first two video clips in FPV mode at 1080p and a third clip in Follow mode at 2.7k. I only got an SRT with the Follow mode 2.7k video. I will do more testing, but does anyone know why I only got an SRT for the third video?
     
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    i think the answer related to "save flight data on last video record" setting. so if u need to have 3 srt file created, u need to record only 1 video in 1 flight, put ur drone down, and up again for 2nd flight and then record the 2nd video, and so on.
    ...or disable that option..