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04-12-2013, 05:52 AM
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I would like to get a subtitle (Swedish) from a VHS video movie. (Bad sound)
I have made a "vob" disc and a "*.avi" file but I donít know how to get the subtitles from this movie to move it to another movie (without subtitles) and good sound and a better video.
Is there anyone to help me or is it inpossible?
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04-14-2013, 12:07 AM
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No, it's probably not impossible!
Is the VHS movie the same length as the replacement?
Which is the VOB, and which is the AVI?
What is the source of the new video?
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04-14-2013, 11:16 AM
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Hello KP media
You ar not speaking Swedish?
To answer your questions
No, the VHS movie, recorded from TV have Swedish text, is shorter becouse I missed about 5 minutes at start.
From my VHS (analog) movie I made a digital dvd disc in VOB format. Bad sound from VHS.
My later movie is downloaded from internet and in .avi format but no subtitles. Good sound.
I dont know how to get the text from my vob format.
I have tried Subrip v 1.5. I can see the movie but no subtitles?
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04-14-2013, 06:29 PM
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What I'm trying to understand is if the subtitles are embedded, or if it's really a subtitle stream. Right now, it sounds as if it's embedded, meaning you can only take the "good" video from the VHS/DVD, and the "good" audio from the AVI. If it's only 5 minutes, that should be easy to do.

So is it an embedded subtitle, seeing as how VHS is the source?
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Hello KP Media,
I think you are quite right. I think also that the VHS from TV is embedded in some way?
and not a a subtitle stream.
It must have been texted in Swedish TV?
I dont know if I can do something different while I am converting the VHS to VOB format to get a text file?
I am using an old "Macrosystem" "Casablanca Prestige" to convert?
Is there any good analys or diagnos software explaining this?
If not I have to use the *.avi file without text.
Thank you for trying to help me.
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