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Old 29th August 2011, 23:15   #1  |  Link
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SSS: A new tool for synchronize Sup (Sub/Idx)

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Sub2SubSync (SSS) Version 1.0
Written by iDaMMahoMiLa (iDaMMahoMiLa@gmail.com)
Release Date: 2011/08/29
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*** Introduction ***
This tool is for synchronize a sup (sub/idx) with another sup (sub/idx) with same line number.
It is a third-party tool for SubtitleCreator v2.3rc1 (Beta), actually.


*** Why this tool released? ***
Because "Synchronize" tool of SubtitleCreator isn't well-work!
So, for synchronizing a sup (sub/idx) with another sup (sub/idx), you should "Save as" both
original and synced sup to srt and then synchronize original srt with synced srt.
You may use a srt editing tool such as Subtitle Workshop for sync but I warn you, these
tools don't keep position and color information that there are in srt.
The result of this problem is SSS!


*** Instruction ***
- Open original sup (sub/idx) in SubtitleCreator v2.3rc1 (Beta) and then Save as "ORG.srt".
- Open synced sup (sub/idx) in SubtitleCreator v2.3rc1 (Beta) and then Save as "SYNC.srt".
- Copy "org.srt" and "sync.srt" in SSS.EXE directory.
- Run "SSS.EXE" in order to application create "OUt.srt".
- Copy "OUt.srt" in primary directory of "ORG.srt".
- Open "OUT.srt" in SubtitleCreator v2.3rc1 (Beta) and Save as sup (sub/idx).
-Enjoy!

Note: Example is included in ZIP archive.


*** Attention ***
The original and synced sup (sub/idx) should have same line number.


*** Development ***
SSS written in C++ Language and compiled by Borland C++ v3.1.
I have not enough time for developing tool! The .CPP source file is included in ZIP archive.


*** Author ***
This tool written by iDaMMahoMiLa
email: iDaMMahoMiLa@gmail.com
Release Date: 2011/08/29
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Old 12th September 2011, 23:21   #2  |  Link
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Hi, nice tool. Can you also support .srt format? And make the program 32 bit also so it can run on windows 7, please.
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Hi, nice tool. Can you also support .srt format? And make the program 32 bit also so it can run on windows 7, please.
SSS is used just for .srt files created by SubtitleCreator v2.31
and it is a command-line tool and is executable in all Windows
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Am I missing something?

Does your tool require two conversions Graphics->Text (OCR) and Text->Graphics for each file?
Why two conversions, one should be enough, SC can synch a .SRT to a .SUP (obtainable losslessy from a pair of SUB/IDX)?
What are the limitations/bugs in the synch procedure of SC?
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Originally Posted by iDaMMahoMiLa View Post
SSS is used just for .srt files created by SubtitleCreator v2.31
and it is a command-line tool and is executable in all Windows
Have you actually tried that? In PURE .srt files it adds some weird things next to the timing of each subtitle.

Also Wincowds 7 64Bit throws an error about not being able to execute 16 bit applications...


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