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Old 14th April 2012, 22:40   #881  |  Link
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Try loading with AviSynth's SupTitle() plug-in, then use avs2bdnxml to create bdn+xml and open that in BDSup2Sub.
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Old 15th April 2012, 13:38   #882  |  Link
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The download for 4.0.0 on Sendspace is corrupt. It says the file is 700 KB but you only get 484 KB.

Try the download from VideoHelp, it worked for me:

http://www.videohelp.com/download/BDSup2Sub400.jar
Same thing here. I was using an older version, until I found 4.0.0 inside of Clown_BD

Maybe OP can fix the corrupted file?
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Old 16th April 2012, 06:30   #883  |  Link
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I got the same "IndexOutOfBoundsException" error like the previous poster
If you share the file with me then I will check the issue.

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The download for 4.0.0 on Sendspace is corrupt. It says the file is 700 KB but you only get 484 KB.
You can get the latest BDSup2Sub v4.0.1 from here:

You can read about the changes here.
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Old 18th April 2012, 07:30   #884  |  Link
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Seeing as the mjuhasz is active here, I'm posting this here as well. Just in case the GitHub issues section is not monitored

It's an issue with loading specific SUP files.

Link to the GitHub issue:
https://github.com/mjuhasz/BDSup2Sub/issues/5

Sorry for the cross linking.

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Old 18th April 2012, 19:47   #885  |  Link
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Seeing as the mjuhasz is active here, I'm posting this here as well. Just in case the GitHub issues section is not monitored

It's an issue with loading specific SUP files.

Link to the GitHub issue:
https://github.com/mjuhasz/BDSup2Sub/issues/5

Sorry for the cross linking.
I received the automatic email from GitHub. Thank you for creating the issue and sharing the sample file.
I had a brief look and indeed, it's a format BDSup2Sub is not prepared for. I will try to fix it in the next minor release.

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Old 30th April 2012, 13:34   #886  |  Link
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error message after loading dvd subtitles



subtitles -> http://www.mediafire.com/?xg9oulfvj9eacpf

this only happens if X is larger than 15.

Code:
# Language index in use
langidx: X

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Old 8th May 2012, 18:58   #887  |  Link
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Am I the only one receiving this message IN THE "JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE LAUNCHER" box ???

C:\Users\Gerald>java -jar BDSup2Sub.jar
Invalid or corrupt jarfile C:\Users\Gerald\Downloads\BDSup2Sub.jar

I installed the JRE version 6 - 31... and I get this message when trying to open the BDSup2Sub.jar file!

I'm running Windows 7... all legit.

Same thing happened with JRE version 7....
just discovered that I must have downloaded a corrupt version!!!! NEW 4.00 or 4.01 versions, just downloaded, work fine!!! Thanks guys!!!

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Old 11th May 2012, 01:14   #888  |  Link
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4.00 or 4.01 versions Not work with JRE version 7 and not render correct some parts of subtitle some line have a black background
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Old 14th May 2012, 12:15   #889  |  Link
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I need to move all subpics to the left or to the right by a certain offset. In other words, I need to add or subtract a few pixels to the current X position of the subpic. (I know that it is possible to move the subpics to the left or right border and then apply an offset, but that's not what I need.)

I need this because I would like to write a GUI to convert a BD 3D to a side-by-side or top/bottom video file. The GUI will use BDSup2Sub, AviSynth and VSFilter's VobSub() function to hardcode the subtitle on the video. It is important to be able to show the subtitles with a 3D depth effect, so that they appear on top of the objects moving out of the screen. To archive that effect, it is sufficient to move the subtitle of the left eye view by some pixels to the right, and the subtitle of the right eye view to the left, but unfortunately, there is no way to tell VobSub to shift the subtitles a little bit.

I have already found a solution by cropping a bit the video before applying the subtitle and then restoring the cropped part, but this has also the effect to shrink the subtitles in X (as the width of the video is less than its original width and VobSub compensates automatically), and that method slows down the Avisynth script rendering.

0xdeadbeef, can you add an option to apply the X (and Y) offsets to the current subtitle position? (Of course, I need that option available from the command line.)
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Old 24th May 2012, 15:57   #890  |  Link
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For anyone interested, I've been spending the last few days porting deadbeef's last version of BDSup2Sub to C++/Qt. At this point it's maybe 25% done. Source code is here.

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Old 24th May 2012, 16:43   #891  |  Link
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good luck! and a couple suggestions

Well, I would certainly want to wish you god luck on this project! I use BDSup2Sub every week to resolve a 1080p subtitle into PAL DVD 720 x 576 format, and adjust VOB subtitle sizes and positioning.

If you could also figure out how to show which color blocks ("color 1", "color 3" for example) were assigned to the Character, Outline, and Background... And give us the ability to reassign it, that would be fantastic.

Every week I create a DVD movie for my Thai students, with dual subtitles... And often the color block assignments are in conflict (such as the same color block being used for Character on one subtitle, and Outline, on the other).

This kind of color block cross asignment cannot be fixed in PgcEdit, but thoretically can be fixed using SubtitleCreator.

The problem THERE is that development on SC ended in 2008, and (using Windows7 and Thai VOB (idx/sub) subtitles in) SC often trashes some of the graphic subtitles.

Subtitle creator also crashes if fed a 1080p subtitle.

Anyway... Good Luck!!!! BDSup2Sub is an invaluable tool, and if you could duplicate its functions (and maybe add a couple new features such as I suggested above) I'm sure you would have many grateful users!

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Yeah, it's going well. Most of the code can be copy-and-pasted over. Most of the hard translation, such as the internal bitmap class to using Qt's QImage class is already done. And yeah, once I get it feature-matching I can look into extending. I'm hoping to be done mid next week unless I hit snags. Right now, DVD idx/sub and ifo/sup decoding is done. Working on getting BD and HDDVD docoding done today along with as much output code as I can as well.

Right now, the code is a little messy due to lots of copy-and-paste and stubbing so the organization will be in flux for a while.

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This kind of color block cross asignment cannot be fixed in PgcEdit, but thoretically can be fixed using SubtitleCreator.
You can also fix them on the final DVD with DVDSubEdit.

@SassBot: I wish you good luck too! I hate java apps (although I must agree that BDSup2Sub is a good and useful app!)

And I add my suggestion. ;-)
Could you consider to add the possibility to shift the subtitles in X or Y by a certain amount of pixels? (See my request here.)
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Yeah, I saw that. File it as a feature request on the github page. Anyone else do the same.
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Thanks. BTW, your link above is broken. This one is OK: https://github.com/amichaelt/BDSup2SubPlusPlus
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Yeah, I noticed that then fixed the post.
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You can also fix them on the final DVD with DVDSubEdit.
@r0lZ, thanks for the suggestion! I gave DVDSubEdit a try, and it worked perfectly, without corrupting the Thai subtitles, the way SubtitleCreator had done.

Thanks!
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Old 25th May 2012, 06:24   #898  |  Link
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Just so it doesn't get missed: when extenting features please allow it to open VobSubs containing several languages. Thx.
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Old 25th May 2012, 06:33   #899  |  Link
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Just so it doesn't get missed: when extenting features please allow it to open VobSubs containing several languages. Thx.
I'll second that request.... Thai seems to be a particularly difficult language to display and/or resolve....

Let me know if you need a Thai subtitle.

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Put your requests on the issue list, please. Then it won't get lost.
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