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Old 22nd July 2004, 18:36   #1  |  Link
Paddington
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SubtitleCreator (alternative to srt2sup)

Updated 13-06-2005
I have been adding subtitles to DVDs for some time now, but converting srt files to sup files was a bit inconvenient wrt the subtitle colors. Although srt2sup created another tool, SupRemap, to solve this problem, I found that it took to much time and as I wanted to try C#, I wrote a program myself, SubtitleCreator, that does what srt2sup can do, and much more:
  • Read the original color palette from the IFO file, and you can select the colors you want to use
  • Determines PAL/NTSC video format
  • Use italics/bold/underline, in SubRip's and MicroDVD format
  • Use Larger/large/small fonts
  • Align text to the left/right/center
  • Basic synchronization using time shifting or frame rate conversion
  • Advanced synchronization by synchronizing with an original SUP file
  • Join multiple subtitle files, e.g. if the downloaded subtitle file is split in two parts.
  • It's much faster
  • Preview DVD + synchronization with DVD
  • Manipulate existing SUPs (remapping of colors, or repositioning vertically)
  • Stretch subtitles vertically or horizontally
  • Edit subtitles
  • Delete, insert and split subtitles
  • Search subtitles
  • Use a special algorithm for rendering Persian fonts, or other fonts where the characters are connected.
  • The subtitles are now automatically checked if they are too long. You can jump to the next too long subtitle using CTRL-N (can be turned off in the settings menu)
  • By default, subtitles with @ or HTTP etc are being unchecked, which can be turned of in the settings menu (can also be turned of in the settings menu)
  • By default, I turn on anti-aliasing to make the display look nicer, but this can be turned of in the settings menu, allowing you to see the actual output.
  • Auto-adjust SUP position (automatically position the SUP in the currently selected subtitle text area) to the tools menu.
  • Added (un-)select all subtitles to the listView's context menu.
  • Added remove line breaks to the listView's context menu.
  • Added a new (requested) aspect ratio of 2.21:1.
  • Added search function to the Manipulate SUP window.

Similar to srt2sup, you can also:
  • Position subtitles
  • Position the subtitles using a screenshot of your movie
  • Deselect certain subtitles

Additionally, the zip file contains an updated version of my guide, explaining in detail using screenshots what you need to do to add a subtitle to a DVD.

HOWEVER, PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU ALSO NEED TO HAVE THE .NET FRAMEWORK INSTALLED!!!

Please, try it out and let me know what you think of it.

Finally, in the thread will you find people mentioning bugs that have already been solved.

Last edited by Paddington; 13th June 2005 at 10:55. Reason: Reflecting the recent changes
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