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xpronic 04-06-2004 10:22 PM

Adding .srt subtitles to a KVCD movie
 
I have an asian film I would like to put to KVCD but the subtitles are in a seperate file(.srt format). I was wondering how would I be able to add it to my KVCD movie?

Dialhot 04-07-2004 12:51 PM

You jusst need the plugin called "VsFilter.dll" and add a line "Textsub("nameof thesubtitles.srt") at the end of your script.

xpronic 04-07-2004 02:17 PM

Ok thanks. :)

Takkies 04-16-2004 05:07 PM

Me too, but I don't get it. Can you explain more newbie-like.
So I got this movie and I got this .srt subtitle
I know how to encode this movie into an one disc KVCD

But like to put .srt subtitle into it. And if possible into the black part of the movie. or a bit on the movie and a bit on the black part.

:(

rds_correia 04-16-2004 05:21 PM

Hi,
You have to be running an Avisynth script.
And I get the feeling from other thread that you're not using Avisynth.
After installing it go to the Optimal Scripts and check the latest MA script.
Don't forget to find and download the readavs.dll with the forum search feature so that TMPGEnc can read Avisynth scripts.
Now find the VSFilter.dll and copy it to Avisynth\plugins directory.
And don't forget to change your script to include the TextSub("mysub.srt") just before the GripBorders line of the script.
Bear in mind that besides Avisynth tool you will also need other filters.
Go get them here http://www.avisynth.org/warpenterprises/
Post back if you run into some problem.
Cheers

Takkies 04-17-2004 09:24 AM

sofar, i install avisynth. and now. what you mean about optimal script

rds_correia 04-17-2004 10:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Takkies
sofar, i install avisynth. and now. what you mean about optimal script

Hi Takkies,
I mean you have to check this topic and copy the one that is made for DVD and clean material ( for use ONLY with AviSynth 2.5x ).
Only copy the text in green.
Now you have to paste that text to a notepad text file and save it somewhere in your disk.
Also you'll need to download:
MPEG2Dec3.dll
GripFit_YV12.dll
STMedianFilter.dll
asharp.dll
unfilter.dll
undot.dll
Try searching for these in here or here
Now you can post your questions if you find a deadend with these instructions but I must advise you that
this is an Advanced Video Convertion Forum.
Don't get me wrong: we like to aid the newcomers too like yourself but I think you should read a bit more in
other forums like http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/index.php.
There you can learn with other newbies to the video convertion and then you can come here and
tweak your methods with us.
Now don't go saying I/we don't want to keep helping you but there may come a point where you'll be
stuck because you didn't learn the basics first, ok :?:
Cheers

WOWIEGURL 05-21-2004 11:04 AM

I'm a newbie myself and I've stumbled accross a solution to the text in the black bars. Instead of putting TextSub("mysub.srt") just before the GripBorders line of the script,put it after. Bad thing is you'll notice the size of the font becomes a lot larger, more than 100%. But it'll all be in the black bar. If you put it before GripBorders line of the script it is much smaller.

So instead of this

Textsub("E:\DVDRiP.srt")
GripBorders()


GripBorders()
Textsub("E:\DVDRiP.srt") - the subs will be in the black bar. It took me all night trying to figure it out, and in the end it was by accident. I don't know what the end effect will be like after burning, but on my computer it looks very clear. I haven't finished my one yet so I can't be certain it works. Give it a go anyway.

Dialhot 05-21-2004 08:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WOWIEGURL
It took me all night trying to figure it out

I suggest you to sleep more and try to think a little after that. ;-)

WOWIEGURL 05-22-2004 11:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dialhot
Quote:

Originally Posted by WOWIEGURL
It took me all night trying to figure it out

I suggest you to sleep more and try to think a little after that. ;-)

but do you think its okay to reposition the srt like that so it will only show up in the black bar? :P

Dialhot 05-22-2004 01:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WOWIEGURL
but do you think its okay to reposition the srt like that so it will only show up in the black bar? :P

If you like them as it, why not.

Notice just that, for an obvious reason, VSFilter displays subtitles a lot bigger when they are in the black bars than when you put them on the picture.

WOWIEGURL 05-22-2004 08:26 PM

so if you wanted smalller subs in the black bar, what dll would you use instead?

Dialhot 05-22-2004 09:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WOWIEGURL
so if you wanted smalller subs in the black bar, what dll would you use instead?

DO a research in DVD2SVCD forum with "style". You will find the way to customize the size of the subtitles using a file with extension ".style".

rds_correia 06-12-2004 09:33 PM

Hi Wowie,
See? I just answered this question in the KVCD forum...
Yes, TextSub is for text based subtitle files only, meaning *.srt.
VobSub is used with *.idx/*.sub files which are not text based.
Try to keep questions about the same issue in a single thread/forum.
C ya


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