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TLP 08-05-2004 03:08 PM

WinSubMux critical problem
 
when i press load all or multiplex a window show the error
Code:

" is not a valid integer value.
i am trying to apply subtitle to a mpeg2 video

rds_correia 08-05-2004 03:57 PM

Hi TLP,
Welcome to the forums :D
Are you sure the subs file you are using is the correct format that winsubmux will be able to read?
Meaning, is that a *.sub file with a lot of *.bmp files with the subtitle pictures?
Have you created that set of *.sub/*.bmp files yourself with subrip tool?
In subrip did you choose philips kind of sub and removed the header in the *.sub file?
Have you read information in this or other forum regarding subs yet?
Cheers

TLP 08-06-2004 11:52 AM

i converted str to sub with Subtitle Workshop i will take a screenshot to u see

edit:
http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/i.../2004/08/1.jpg

rds_correia 08-06-2004 04:41 PM

Sorry buddy.
I don't know subtitle workshop that well.
Can it take an *.srt text file and "render" it to a lot of *.bmp files and one *.sub text file?
Meaning, Subt. workshop can't create the bmp files forget it.
You'll end up with a nice *.sub file that has the subtitles in text format but you don't have the pictures.
And WinSubMux only works with *.bmp pictures.
Yes, sir! You'll have to find a tool to take the text sub and convert it to image.
The problem is I don't recall of seeing any tool capable of doing that.
If Subt. Workshop can do it then it's a problem with the *.sub file.
Open the *.sub file with notepad and check for any English readable text.
Back up the *.sub file and remove the text from the file leaving only the lines that mention the time at which each sub will be used.
Now try it again with WinSubMux.
Cheers

Prodater64 08-06-2004 05:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rds_correia
Yes, sir! You'll have to find a tool to take the text sub and convert it to image.
The problem is I don't recall of seeing any tool capable of doing that.

Search for MaestroSBT and you will have that tool.
You need to convert subtitles to ssa format, do it with Subtitle Workshop.
The take MaestroSBT and do bmp subtitles.
At last, take WinSubMux and multiplex your subtitles with your movie.
:D

TLP 08-06-2004 07:36 PM

ok its worked but i cant see the subtitle i analysed the mpeg with submux
File Size: 797.69MB (836436708)
File Type: MPEG 2
Video: 480x576, 25.000 fps, 2556 kbps, Aspect Ratio = 0.6735
Audio[0]: Layer 2, 224 kbps, 44100Hz, stereo
Playing Time: 00:55:00,52
Subtitles: (See 'Debug console' for more info)
Stream #0, SVCD style, 596 subtitle(s)

its say subtitles is on but i played with wmplayer and i cant see need to do something special?
sorry i am new in adding subtitles to movies... and i extracted this mpeg from a iso how i put the subtitles in this iso to burn and play on dvd with subtitles?? i dont wanna multiples subtitles only 1 is perfect

Prodater64 08-07-2004 05:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TLP
its say subtitles is on but i played with wmplayer and i cant see need to do something special?
sorry i am new in adding subtitles to movies... and i extracted this mpeg from a iso how i put the subtitles in this iso to burn and play on dvd with subtitles?? i dont wanna multiples subtitles only 1 is perfect

You can't see selectables subtitles multiplexed with your mpeg file in a PC, just burn a CD-RW as SVCD, and play it in your standalone.
I heard VLC player it is able to show these subtitles, but I don't tried it.
For DVD, subtitles issue are quite different, and don't work with this method at all.

Dialhot 08-07-2004 07:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prodater64
I heard VLC player it is able to show these subtitles, but I don't tried it.

I did and that does not work :-). But media player classic seems to handle them.

TLP 08-07-2004 09:56 AM

the svcd burned play on DVD-rom??
and if i put the mpeg in this folder it play with subtitles too or need to put the sub and bmps in other folder?? this is a .iso from a svcd
http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/error.gif

Prodater64 08-07-2004 02:39 PM

WinSubMux multiplex bmp subtitles with your mpeg file.
Then, the only thing that you need to burn it, it is mpeg file itself.
Take your mpeg file and burn as svcd in a CD-RW for your tests.

TLP 08-08-2004 10:14 AM

when i try burn with nero he say "the video is not in svcd format nero now will encode the video" this take subtitles out?? and how the video is not svcd if i extracted from a svcd ????

Prodater64 08-08-2004 10:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TLP
when i try burn with nero he say "the video is not in svcd format nero now will encode the video" this take subtitles out?? and how the video is not svcd if i extracted from a svcd ????

When new SVCD page popup, you need to uncheck "make svcd according to standard" or something like this.
Nero will take your mpeg file without reencode it.
But if you still having problems burn it with vcdeasy.

TLP 08-09-2004 07:29 PM

when i try with vcdeasy this happen:
http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/error.gif
i converted and i received this error
Code:

bad packet at packet #8941 (stream byte offset 20778884) -- remaining 726012952 bytes of stream will be ignored

Dialhot 08-10-2004 02:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TLP
when i try with vcdeasy this happen:
http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/error.gif
i converted and i received this error
Code:

bad packet at packet #8941 (stream byte offset 20778884) -- remaining 726012952 bytes of stream will be ignored

The message of Nero says all !
Your mpg is not a real mpg but somethign extracted from a SVCD !

Where did you find it ???

Prodater64 08-10-2004 04:23 AM

You can fix it with VCDEasy, tools, mpeg tools, cdxa2mpeg.

TLP 08-10-2004 12:07 PM

i extracted the file from a svcd .iso file
i think i did it but i dont have dvd player only in pc and i can play the all video on windvd but without subtitles i will play on a dvd player today


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