You’re words and actions speak completly different languages. Go fuck yourself.
What I feel for my mother is somethting that’s very close to hate, I don’t know if that’s even ok to say let alone think, but I just had to…
I just try to bear it until I can find a job and get my own place.
And never - ever - am I becoming my mother when I get a child.
I’m an adult and she treats me with less respect than she would ANYone else.
Thank god I don’t care what she thinks or says anymore, so she can’t fuck me up more than she already has.
I’m my own person, and I’m in control of my life.
That’s apparently very hard for her to understand.
Peach Mango White Iced Tea -
I guess I should offer my apologies to all who despise peaches. Because it’s looking more and more like my site will become an ode to summer peaches over the next few weeks. Right now, peaches are …
This is how I do it. It seemed really complicated when I was trying to figure out how, but it’s actually not that difficult. :)
To watch on iPod etc, you need to connect the subtitles to the movie file, and to watch on PS3 you need to merge them into the movie file.
It’s also called soft subtitles, and hard coded subtitles.
I have a PC, I don’t know if this works for Mac, sorry. But I think at least HandBrake works! At least it says so on their website.
To soft code, you use a program called HandBrake. It’s free. Download and install. (I’m using an older version of the program, the newest version doesn’t work on my computer for some reason. So the version I use is 0.9.5. But the newest one will probably work for you.)
It’s pretty easy to use, you open the program and drag the movie file to it. Then you select your device (ipod etc) in the list to the right, under Destination you select where you want the finished file to be saved, under Output Settings you should set “Container” to mp4 and make sure “Web optimized” and “iPod 5G support” are crossed in. Beneath there’s a tab called “Subtitles”. Click “Import SRT” and find your subtitle file. (It needs to be in .srt format. You can find srt subtitles to most movies and series in these links.) Click “Add”. Then click the start button. The encoding should be pretty fast, depending on the length of the film it could take 15 min for a 20 min ep to 1 h for a longer movie. When you play the movie file in your iWhatever (you may need to turn the screen 90 degrees and then back 90 degrees and) you’ll see the subtitle button activated, just tap it and you should be able to select your subtitle file.
To hard code for PlayStation, you need a free program called Xvid4PSP. Install and run. (I’m not an expert on this program but I do it like this and it works for me…) click “Open” and find your video file. In the menu at the top, Click Subtitles>Add and find the subtitle file. Under “Format” select “MP4 PS3 or XBOX 360”. “Denoise/Sharpen” and “Brightness/Contrast” I just leave disabled. Under “Video encoding” I select “x264 Q16 Medium” and “Audio Encoding” “AAC-LC ABR 128k” I don’t really know what this means… but it works, so… ^_^ Then click “Save” and select where you want the finished file to be saved and then click “Encode” and wait for it to finish. It might take a while.
Hope this helped ^_^
(Source: kurr-oo, via therealmooki)