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Subpictures are a graphical display system that are a part of DVD-Video. There can be up to 32 subpicture streams and they can be used for subtitles, menus highlights and many other effects. The most common use of these bitmap images is to display subtitles. As such, you would want to include the ones that might enhance the particular movie you are processing. Many movies have what are called forced subpicture streams, which means they display automatically without user intervention. The most common use for these is providing translations of spoken dialog that is foreign to the region where the DVD is sold. Da Vinci Code used these. DVDFab displays the available streams for each title you have selected in the lower right corner for all copy modes except Clone and Full Disc. You can use the Preview function to select each stream while the movie is playing to see what they are if no description is provided. I always include the english stream (usually the top one on DVDFab’s list with region one DVDs) in case I ever need to watch silently. They are small, typically a few MB, and don’t increase the size of the DVD files much if you include them. I’m not aware of subpictures being used for different angles, other than perhaps as an on-screen cue that another angle is available. One of the Predator movies used a subpicture of predator’s head to alert you to extra content or deleted scenes as I recall.
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