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Old 26th June 2006, 21:26   #1  |  Link
Stealth3si
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Subtitles - HOW TO MAKE THE MUSICAL NOTES

How do I successfully put music notes into the subtitles. I'm using the ARIAL font and previously i've accidentally recorded a subtitle that had musical notes in it ARIAL font and saw it on the TV. But i forget which subtitle to which movie it was so i'm asking does anyone know how to sucessfullly put in a character that is a music note (for music in a movie)? I use DVD-lab pro to author my dvds but it doesn't decode the .SRT file properly when I put "♪" OR "♫" into the .SRT file. is there a special character that will sucessfully display those notes? IF so, which ARIAL character is it?

NOTE I can convert it to UNICODE format but DVD-lab pro doesn't accept that. Only UTF-8 or ANSI format but the music notes doesn't decode properly. I'm all seeing this through the subtitle preview window.
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Old 28th June 2006, 01:31   #2  |  Link
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I don't know if it's going to work in DVD-lab, but you can try replacing whatever you have in the srt file for a musical note, with this:
{\fnWebdings\fe2}{\fnArial\fe0}
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{\fnWebdings\fe2}{\fnArial\fe0}
I dunno WHAT that is but I use this in place of the music notes:
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