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04-13-2005, 01:05 PM
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I did a compilation with subtitles.
But when I burned DVD and play it, subtitles, with remote control subtitles button, don't displayed.
It is necesary to create some special link in DVD Lab?
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No, you don't.

Does your standalone indicates you that it seens the subtitle stream ?
I mean for instance if I read a DVD with 3 subtitles on my pioneer, the first press on the "subtitle" button of the remote, the screen displays "subtitle : none", the seconde time "subtitle : 1/3 (french)", then "subtitle : 2/3 (english)"... and so on.

If the DVD does not see the stream then check your compilation with Ifoedit.
If it does, then you have a problem in the way you did the stream and should explain us what you did.
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No, you don't.

Does your standalone indicates you that it seens the subtitle stream ?
I mean for instance if I read a DVD with 3 subtitles on my pioneer, the first press on the "subtitle" button of the remote, the screen displays "subtitle : none", the seconde time "subtitle : 1/3 (french)", then "subtitle : 2/3 (english)"... and so on.

If the DVD does not see the stream then check your compilation with Ifoedit.
If it does, then you have a problem in the way you did the stream and should explain us what you did.
I'll check my standalone later, in home.
I used subrip to obtain scenarist subtitles (sst), supported by DVD Lab Pro.
In it doubleclick subtitles track and imported sst subtitles. After that I let DVD Lab to create subtitles stream. Same with 2 movies of 3 in the compilation. 3rd one has not subtitles.
Later I compiled and burned.
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I used subrip to obtain scenarist subtitles (sst), supported by DVD Lab Pro.
sst ? you mean a graphical subtitle ? I never use that. The only think I can testify DVDLabPro can use is SRT.
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I used subrip to obtain scenarist subtitles (sst), supported by DVD Lab Pro.
sst ? you mean a graphical subtitle ? I never use that. The only think I can testify DVDLabPro can use is SRT.
I don't know how to rip subtitles in srt format.
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04-13-2005, 03:53 PM
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I don't know how to rip subtitles in srt format.
It's the native format of subrip
It is OCR based.
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It's the native format of subrip
It is OCR based.
But when I try to do text subtitles, it is necessary that I read all subtittles and input letters from keyboard to teach the program.
Could I find some OCR template?
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04-14-2005, 09:23 AM
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Could I find some OCR template?
Unfurtunally every DVD has to be "teatched".
Even when you do a DVD box-set (like a TV show season), sometimes all the DVD in the box use sligthly different characters and the OCR matrix can't be used for everyones.

There is a "look for a similary character" in the subrip window that looks for all the matrix that you have on your disc to see if there is one that is close enought to be used. This works... 10% of the time

Note: DVDLabPro do not manage bold and italic, so in subrip do not care about this. Define i, i and i as the letter i. You will gain a lot of time (I need 5 minutes to subrip a movie).
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