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Alex_Matrix 05-22-2004 01:58 PM

Subtitles - how to increase size?
 
hello, personal. He/she would like to ask help for it can increase the size of the legends of the films in DVD that I convert.

The only form that I have for doing isos is using SUBRIP and changing for text format (I use the powerdivx.psb)


Tks


note: my English is translated.

Dialhot 05-22-2004 03:43 PM

All depend how you are doing you KVCD. Do you use an avisynth script ?

Alex_Matrix 05-22-2004 03:51 PM

Yes.
Vmesquita almost now answered my post on that subject. The option of altering the parameter " scale " of the vobsub configures.

note: but if you have another alternative, I thank if it informs.

Thanks, Dialhot :wink:

Dialhot 05-22-2004 04:40 PM

To provide you other hint I still need the answer to my first question ;-)

Alex_Matrix 05-22-2004 04:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dialhot
To provide you other hint I still need the answer to my first question ;-)

yes. me etou using script.avs (latestscript of the kwag)and I am making KVCD (mpeg1) starting from sources DVD. use the tmpgenc with the " vobsub configures ".

nota:Esta is the respota for the that I understood that you want.

greetings

Dialhot 05-22-2004 05:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alex_Matrix
nota:Esta is the respota for the that I understood that you want.

Yes it is.

So you can change also the size after the vobsub configure process. This tool creates 2 files : a idx and a sub file. The idx file is a text file that you can edit and chabge a lot of things. One of them is the size of the text, the font, the position...
I don't have the exact details in mind but you will understand it easily in readingh the file.

Note: do not hesitate to post any question in the spanish (or portuguese ?) forum. You re not mandatory to use the english ones.

rds_correia 05-22-2004 05:31 PM

@Phil,
Yep he is from Brasil so posting in the Portuguese forum get's easier for him, as by the way he always does.
Spanish would be almost as difficult for him as to post here in the English one :wink:
It seems our pal is already getting some help from VM.
But once in a while the PT Forum is not so crowded and that's why he had to post here.
Nice to see that he is already on the right track.
C ya

Alex_Matrix 05-22-2004 05:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dialhot
Note: do not hesitate to post any question in the spanish (or portuguese ?) forum. You re not mandatory to use the english ones.

Ok. Thank you... in fact, I want to say: "Obrigado!" :D


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