Can you tell us more about that AVI file?
Are those "subtitles" burned in, such as with Lower-Third Titles?
If so, then there is not much that can be done, at this point. If they are Lower-Thirds, then you would need to get back to the original footage, before those were added.
Thank you for the explanation. Unfortunateley they are hard coded, so I guess I have to put up with them. They are lower third and hard coded. No seperate subtitle file. Is it possible to crop out the lower part of the movie? Sort of all in one and not frame by frame.
Yes, stack another instance of the clip in track 2.
Add the Crop Tool to this superimpossed clip and crop the subtile.
Add a Gaussian Blur.
After a little bit of digging, I found an article which inform us:
As we all know, video formats, such as MKV, MP4 and AVI, can contain several subtitle streams in different formats or languages in one file. Technically, subtitles are divided into two types: hard subtitle and soft subtitle in video files. Hard subtitle is a part of the video images, and you cannot disable or hide it when playing the video file. Soft subtitle is an independent stream, and you can turn on or turn off it when playing.
If the subtitle can be removed, here is a method on how to remove subtitle from MKV, MP4, AVI, etc with ease.
I also have this need to remove subtitles from my AVI, MKV, MP4 or MOV files.
Luckily i find a step by step guide on how to remove subtitles from AVI, MKV/MOV
This guide also remove subtitles from AVI, MP4, VOB, FLV, MPEG, WMV, MOV, RMVB, DV, 3GP, ASF, AVCHD, MXF, and etc.