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07-01-2003, 02:02 AM
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I'm having trouble finding the right size and position when I'm creating subs with VobSub. Is there a way of auto resizing and positioning the subs? To make te subs look like they do on the DVD? This is driving me nuts!
I'm open for suggestions of other programs and methods as long as it solves my problem.
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Oh, come on. Anybody, pleeeeease.....
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You can position the subs with Vobsubconfigure. Make sure you press OK in Vobsubconfigure, then reopen your avs to load the changes.

I'd like to know how to resize, too.

A hard way would be creating a separate clip in your avs to hold only the subs over a black background, tweak it to your liking and then overlay it on the actual movie. The overlay thing is a bit complicated, check Avisynth docs please. I didn't have much luck with this method
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Thanks mate!
I think I found a solution to my problem. I'm at work right now but I'll post my solution as soon as I get home.
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Have been able to find time to post your method of repositioning the subs?
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