In reference to this thread which got locked for no reason - wasnt done discussing. Handbrake is NOT a solution.
Yeah I am well aware about handbrake and CC. However handbrake converts CC into SRT and puts all the text into the middle. This defeats the purpose of having closed captions specifically for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Zillions of DVDs (mostly older ones) have CC but no subtitle tracks. So why should I spend hours encoding them? (Also this wont give me the orginial CC, I dont want CC in the middle).
I want to keep this format, see example image.
This helps me identify who is speaking what, etc.
This is not trivial to add CC support into WD live products. Linksys DMA 2200 (quite old) supports CC. Newer technology should support it.