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Old 21st May 2007, 13:34   #61  |  Link
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Is there anyway to extract only Audio stream ?
xport -h file.m2ts 1 X Y

X = a number that is not a valid video stream .. like "9" for example

Y = the number of the audio stream you would like to extract.
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Old 21st May 2007, 17:05   #62  |  Link
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Is the OCR module not properly implemented in SUPread yet or am I doing something wrong? I tried changing parameters in the options tab but no matter what, SUPread won't recognize any characters.
The bitmaps are fine btw (demuxed from BluRay with xport).

Example OCR output:

1
00:00:10,177 --> 00:00:19,811
eusesou
sc?cs-ee'

2
00:01:05,857 --> 00:01:12,239
ec.
Unfortunatelx some title uses font type which is quite different (e.g 't' smaller than 'i'). The other problem is the foreiign (not english) characters, which is not implemented yet. Share the stream and I'll check it.
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Old 21st May 2007, 17:20   #63  |  Link
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Share the stream and I'll check it.
Already deleted. Sorry.
Found a replacement at http://subscene.com/subtitlesearch.aspx so it's no problem.

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Old 23rd May 2007, 23:07   #64  |  Link
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I used TSReader Lite. There are also pay versions of those, but I think the Lite version is all we need right now. I guessed that the PIDs for subs begin at PID 1200. I hope I am right!
Presentation graphics streams are in PIDs 0x1200 to 0x121f, Text subtitles are in PID 0x1800. Subtitles in text format allow the viewer to change subtitle font style and position... although many content providers use bitmaps for subtitles like in the old dvd, you might not be able to find the subtitles in the stream if you only scan 0x1200 PIDs
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Old 27th May 2007, 20:19   #65  |  Link
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xport -h file.m2ts 1 X Y

X = a number that is not a valid video stream .. like "9" for example

Y = the number of the audio stream you would like to extract.

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Old 29th May 2007, 14:23   #66  |  Link
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I convert srt to sup via SubtitleCreater 2.2.2 and want to remux into Blu-ray m2ts file by TsRemuxer. But there's is a error when muxing, is the problem caused by SubtitleCreater becasue of the width only upto 720? or by which way can I get the Blu-ray Sup from srt subtitle?
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Old 29th May 2007, 15:40   #67  |  Link
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I convert srt to sup via SubtitleCreater 2.2.2 and want to remux into Blu-ray m2ts file by TsRemuxer. But there's is a error when muxing, is the problem caused by SubtitleCreater becasue of the width only upto 720? or by which way can I get the Blu-ray Sup from srt subtitle?
I too have this problem =\
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Old 29th May 2007, 19:30   #68  |  Link
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Blu-ray sup, HD-DVD sup and PAL/NTSC sup file don't use the same format. At present there is no program that allows to generate HD-SUP or BD-SUP from srt files. I think Pelican9 is preparing a version of SUPRead that will do it. (see here).
SubtitleCreator should also later be able to do it. (You'll have to wait a few months for that).

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Thanks for the answer of manusse. just have to wait for your working result now.
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So how hard would it to be to print the timestamp and maybe even other metadata fields to stdout, that the AVCHD cams embed in the stream? I'm interested in it mostly for educational purposes, but also it could be useful of the executable could just print these and exit so that shell/CGI/etc scripts can read the file's datetime and other info.
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Old 18th June 2007, 21:34   #71  |  Link
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Pelican9, I have a feature request.

Would it be possible to have an option to only extract forced subtitles? That would be great for movies that are dubbed in english but have the occasional foreign speaker with forced subs.
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Old 19th June 2007, 06:51   #72  |  Link
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There appears to be a bug in xport's subtitle demux feature. In some cases subtitles are being skipped over.

I've discovered this with the Face/Off Blu-ray disc (Japanese version). Around 200 lines of dialog are missing. I confirmed this appears to be a bug in xport, as PowerDVD 7.3 has no trouble displaying all of them.

Also, I realize that it may be easier to have xport output the timestamps for Forced subtitles. I have no idea if the .sup format has flags for forced subs.
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Old 19th June 2007, 21:55   #73  |  Link
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Not so fast - there may also be a bug in supread too - xport reports a subtitle with a valid timestamp, but it is missed by supread.

I guess I will PM you now Pelican9 - this is a tough nut to crack.
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Old 20th June 2007, 10:44   #74  |  Link
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Not so fast - there may also be a bug in supread too - xport reports a subtitle with a valid timestamp, but it is missed by supread.

I guess I will PM you now Pelican9 - this is a tough nut to crack.
Send me the .sup file.
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SUPread makes new subtitle line if it finds an "Epoch Start" composition state. I'll try to fix it.

Edit:
I've changed the condition of the new line.

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Old 21st June 2007, 03:06   #76  |  Link
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Great! I can't wait to try out the fix.
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You can try, but I recommend to wait for the next stable version.
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Okay, will do!
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Old 27th June 2007, 18:20   #79  |  Link
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Pelican 9 Any news, about making hd .sup subtitles with supread?
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Old 27th June 2007, 20:36   #80  |  Link
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I've stucked at the transparency of PNG pictures.
(If somebody familiar with handling of the PNG images in delphi please help me.)
If I'll fix it, you can reauthor any HD DVD with Sonic Scenarist.
The rebuilt (by EVOdemux) EVO cannot play in powerdvd because the map files don't match with the EVOs.
(I'm looking for the specs of the map files too.)
The next task to fix the BD .sup export (because it's almost ready) and make an srt (text) to subtitle (image) routine and then you can remux any BD title with a new subtitle track (with Tsremux).
After that I'll make the HD DVD .sup export. This one is not so important, because no tool for remux a HD DVD with a new subtitle stream...

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