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Old 2nd December 2009, 15:06   #41  |  Link
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Thanks for getting back to me quick and yes it's very usefull since tsMuxer is not good with .srt subs.
Is it okay to have 1080p, 23.976, 10% safe zone, margin 30, size 80 or is there any risks with my settings
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Well, even with safe zone 0% all will be okay, because the text will be split in multiple lines (but won't go outside the viewing area).

Still it is good to use 10% to avoid situations where TV sets have overscan enabled.
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Old 3rd December 2009, 08:47   #43  |  Link
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Thanks again for the usefull help
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Old 12th December 2009, 17:34   #44  |  Link
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didn't support *.otf fonts, only *.ttf?
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Old 18th December 2009, 08:09   #45  |  Link
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hi deank
I have a problem,when I make sup from srt,easysup will change the timeline,how to fix it because I want the output sup has the same timeline from srt.

e.g. the orginal srt
1
00:00:56,792 --> 00:01:01,396

2
00:01:01,961 --> 00:01:05,236

3
00:01:05,735 --> 00:01:09,000

export xml
<Event Forced="False" InTC="00:00:56:18" OutTC="00:01:01:09">
<Graphic Width="960" Height="140" X="160" Y="546">00001362.png</Graphic>
</Event>
<Event Forced="False" InTC="00:01:01:22" OutTC="00:01:05:05">
<Graphic Width="960" Height="140" X="160" Y="546">00001486.png</Graphic>
</Event>
<Event Forced="False" InTC="00:01:05:17" OutTC="00:01:08:23">
<Graphic Width="960" Height="140" X="160" Y="546">00001577.png</Graphic>

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Old 19th December 2009, 05:45   #46  |  Link
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I can't see anything changed.

00:00:56,792 is the same as 00:00:56:18

because in the XML format are used frames, not milliseconds.
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Old 25th December 2009, 07:24   #47  |  Link
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ok,thanks a lot
But I found a new problem
If two line nearby is same (the timeline is different),easysup will combine it in one line and the time will be added.How to resolve it because I want a flash between the two line

e.g. org srt

1925
02:00:00,778 --> 02:00:02,311
hello

1926
02:00:03,313 --> 02:00:04,484
hello

the output sup by easysup will be
1925
02:00:00,777 --> 02:00:04,447
hello
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Old 21st February 2010, 04:05   #48  |  Link
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error processing subtitle

hi dean,
i have an error message when trying to convert the SRT file to a 1080p BD SUP file, i have done it succesfully for several SRT files but i cant with this file. can you help ? thanks
the error is "error processing subtitle"......this comes after easysup scans all the lines
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Old 21st February 2010, 09:08   #49  |  Link
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I can't see the attachment yet but... Try to open your SRT file in SubtitleWorkshop and fix any possible errors (CTRL-I) then resave and retry. Make sure it is in ANSI, not UTF.

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Hi. Thank you for this easy program. One thing is the addition of non-western subtitles, specifically, Arabic not support. I can add the srt file fine and it gives no error message but I get weird text, it looks arabic, but certainly not the text that is in the original srt file.I think it need formatting and selecting character encoding to support non-western subtitles.
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Try to save your srt file as ANSI (if possible at all for your language) and re-process it. Also make sure you windows system settings for 'non-unicode-support' is set to your code page.
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Try to save your srt file as ANSI (if possible at all for your language) and re-process it. Also make sure you windows system settings for 'non-unicode-support' is set to your code page.
I tried it,but not supported,I think it need extera function like subtitle creator to support all languages..


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Old 22nd February 2010, 02:01   #53  |  Link
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broken easysup

SOLVED--problem was my java which i reinstalled. thank you for a fantastic program!


hi dean, i think my easysup is broken, previously i was able to create SUP file from SRt files, but now when i try it again on the same SRT files that i have previously converted it stops halfway (after scanning all the lines, when it tries to create the SUP lines it crashes and display "error processing subtitle". since easysup does not have a log file its hard for me to tell you more. what do you think might be the problem?

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e.g. the orginal srt
1
00:00:56,792 --> 00:01:01,396

2
00:01:01,961 --> 00:01:05,236

3
00:01:05,735 --> 00:01:09,000

export xml
<Event Forced="False" InTC="00:00:56:18" OutTC="00:01:01:09">
<Graphic Width="960" Height="140" X="160" Y="546">00001362.png</Graphic>
</Event>
<Event Forced="False" InTC="00:01:01:22" OutTC="00:01:05:05">
<Graphic Width="960" Height="140" X="160" Y="546">00001486.png</Graphic>
</Event>
<Event Forced="False" InTC="00:01:05:17" OutTC="00:01:08:23">
<Graphic Width="960" Height="140" X="160" Y="546">00001577.png</Graphic>
Does anyone here know does an .srt file by itself contain information which identifies a subtitle as Forced? I don't see any way in an ANSI .srt file to identify these.

If an .srt DOES/CAN contain "forced" flags, shouldn't EasySUP honor them and create a .sup with forced subtitles? Any enlightenment is appreciated!
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No, SRT or microDVD SUB do not contain such information. It is possible that ASS/SSA can have such field, but I'm not really sure.
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No, SRT or microDVD SUB do not contain such information.
Thanks Dean for confirming my suspicion!!!

I suppose I should ask if there is any tool to merge .sup files, i.e. use easySUP to create (from suprip output) a complete file, and use easySUP to create (from suprip "forced only" output) another file and then combine them somehow so there is a mix of Forced and Unforced subs in a single track.

I guess most folks just make a separate forced track so I should do the same and be less anal about this...

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It's not fully Unicode compatible. I tried to add this at the beginning of a song, and it appeared as a square (the default for unknown characters). Any chance for an improvement?
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Old 16th May 2010, 18:38   #58  |  Link
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I have some problems with easySUP ver 0.4:

1. I selected for Export settings BD SUP, 1080, Full frame, and 23.976

2. The final output sup is at 29.97 instead of selected 23.976

3. easySUP deletes all intermediate files when the .sup is created, making it hard to t-shoot, but I copied the folder off to another location while it was in its final stages so I still have the .png files, and both the create.avs and the bdsup2sub.cmd show it used 29.970 instead of desired 23.976. The original.xml file also has FrameRate="29.97" in it.

Is there any easy way to fix my output? If I have to run it again from scratch, how to assure it's output as 23.976?
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Old 16th May 2010, 18:41   #59  |  Link
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I'll need to look at it.

If you have a video which is loaded with the subtitles and its framerate is detected as 29.97 it can cause the problem. Probably easySUP overrides the user setting with the detected one, but I'm not sure.

Can you load your text subtitles (without the video) and check again?

Of course you can simply load the .sup in bdsup2sub and change its framerate, but that's not really the point.

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Something else... try to select 23.976 before loading the subtitles. Let me know what works. Either way it needs a fix and I haven't looked at easySUP for almost one year.
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I only drag/dropped my .srt file onto it--it doesn't know anything about the video.

BTW I also saved (Save eSS) my project when I finished, before I knew the fr was wrong, and upon Load eSS it shows: BD SUP, 720 (wrong), Full frame, 23.976 (correct). As an aside my Appearance settings were not saved with the .ess either, at least the fontsize and Margin are not.
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