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Old 6th March 2009, 12:28   #41  |  Link
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Damnit, how many samples do you actually have ?
its the same sample like the first with the doubling issue.
i hope you can find a solve. then it works perfect. and the 1080p-output for sub/idx is the best feature!!

the subtitles looks like the original.

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Old 6th March 2009, 13:32   #42  |  Link
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and the 1080p-output for sub/idx is the best feature!!
I didn't even know it was allowed as sub/idx is a DVD format at the origin. Did you test such a sub/idx stream with VobSub when playing a HD stream. Is it working? Is it also working with AviSynth (TextSub)?

Gives me some ideas for SubtitleCreator....

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Old 6th March 2009, 14:48   #43  |  Link
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I didn't even know it was allowed as sub/idx is a DVD format at the origin. Did you test such a sub/idx stream with VobSub when playing a HD stream. Is it working? Is it also working with AviSynth (TextSub)?

Gives me some ideas for SubtitleCreator....

Cheers
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only i use mkv with subtitle.sub/idx (and sometimes SRT) and VSfilter.
It works very good the subtitles are correct shown and looks like the original. But SC can't shown the subtitles correctly.

Working with AviSynth....I don't know.

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Old 6th March 2009, 17:25   #44  |  Link
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I didn't even know it was allowed as sub/idx is a DVD format at the origin.
Indeed I just added this as an experimental feature since I was (and am) not sure what the different filters/players make of it. But since there's at least one happy customer, I think I'll leave it in .

BTW: SubtitleCreator v2.3rc1 seems to have quite some problems with the SUB/IDX files created by BDSup2Sub. With most of the files (which VobSub resync displays ok), SC crashes at the end of the import. Seems to be a System.NullReferenceException in SubtitleCreator.PreviewForm.ReadSUPCompleted().
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Old 6th March 2009, 17:53   #45  |  Link
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Another problem i have found.
...
but in the new file.sub/idx (open it in SC)

78
00:08:49,070 --> 00:08:50,822
-Ich heirate.
-Was? Hr auf, ich versteh ihn nicht.

the endtime seems to be correct but the starttime is too late and nobody can read this subtitle in this short time.
Ok, a quick look in the console output shows that this is a tripled start packet. While I thought I fixed it for any number of start packets, my workaround seems to work only for two. I'll have a look.
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Old 6th March 2009, 18:17   #46  |  Link
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BTW: SubtitleCreator v2.3rc1 seems to have quite some problems with the SUB/IDX files created by BDSup2Sub. With most of the files (which VobSub resync displays ok), SC crashes at the end of the import. Seems to be a System.NullReferenceException in SubtitleCreator.PreviewForm.ReadSUPCompleted().
Thanks for the information. I'll try to have a look.

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customer
??? Do you plan to sell your software later?

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Old 6th March 2009, 18:28   #47  |  Link
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Thanks for the information. I'll try to have a look.
Great, thanks!

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??? Do you plan to sell your software later?
No way. This was supposed to be ironic. Obviously failed
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Old 6th March 2009, 20:56   #48  |  Link
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Ok, a quick look in the console output shows that this is a tripled start packet. While I thought I fixed it for any number of start packets, my workaround seems to work only for two. I'll have a look.
When i open a BD.sup with the "doubling-issue" in SupRead. It shows me that the starttime from the first subtitle is the correct time. but it have no endtime. and the second subtitle had the right endtime but the wrong starttime.

so you could try to take the starttime from the first subtitle and the endtime from the second subtitle...maybe


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Old 6th March 2009, 21:25   #49  |  Link
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06.03.2009 1.4 -> 1.5
  • Fixed redraw bug and reduced memory needed for zoom modes.
  • Fixed bug that caused wrong start time in case of multiple start packets or missing end packets.
  • Extended primary color detection to support "white,light grey" in addition to "light grey, dark grey"
  • Added possibility to edit/save/load Vobsub palettes
  • Fixed blatant bug in export of forced subtitles which would export the same frames over and over again
  • Set default alpha threshold to 80
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Old 6th March 2009, 22:40   #50  |  Link
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06.03.2009 1.4 -> 1.5
  • Fixed bug that caused wrong start time in case of multiple start packets or missing end packets.

Wow, i am very impressed. it works now 100%

Great thanks to you.

Where i can find the Logfile to check the warnings?

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Old 7th March 2009, 00:04   #51  |  Link
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one thing again.

in the save-box where i can choose the language: i miss some languages like norwegian etc. ...

can you add this?

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Old 7th March 2009, 00:48   #52  |  Link
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Just a dumb error - exactly half of the languages that ought to be in the list didn't get there. Will be fixed in the next version. I won't release a new version just for this though. But I'm pretty confident that you'll find another issue

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Old 7th March 2009, 04:02   #53  |  Link
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06.03.2009 1.4 -> 1.5
  • Fixed redraw bug and reduced memory needed for zoom modes.
  • Fixed bug that caused wrong start time in case of multiple start packets or missing end packets.
  • Extended primary color detection to support "white,light grey" in addition to "light grey, dark grey"
  • Added possibility to edit/save/load Vobsub palettes
  • Fixed blatant bug in export of forced subtitles which would export the same frames over and over again
  • Set default alpha threshold to 80
thanks a lot 0xdeadbeef! any way to donate?
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Old 7th March 2009, 10:54   #54  |  Link
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thanks a lot 0xdeadbeef!
You're welcome! And there was not even a "but"

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any way to donate?
This is a spare time project and mainly driven by my own needs and the fun of it. While I might implement features requested by other people, I might as well decide to ignore such requests. Accepting donations, among a couple of other issues, would put me in a position where I would feel obliged to implement requested features no matter if I want to or have time to. This contradicts the idea of a fun spare time project (at least in my humble opinion).
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great stuff...

May I ask you to add command line support ?

something like:
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BDSup2Sub -i input.sup -o output.sub -lang English
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Old 7th March 2009, 13:19   #56  |  Link
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It's on my list. There is one big feature I'd like to add first though.
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Old 7th March 2009, 14:14   #57  |  Link
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Nice work!

I did about the same as you did, but I could not manage to fix the vobsubs properly and put the project in the freezer.
If you want I can send you my reader implementation (all written in java). I managed to get quite a bit of info out of it (though, still some options unknown for me). Or we could work together on it? My plan was to make it an open source app... If interested you can drop me a pm or something.
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If you want I can send you my reader implementation (all written in java). I managed to get quite a bit of info out of it (though, still some options unknown for me).
I guess my SUP(BD) parser is nearly complete right now and I understand most of the fields. I'd take a SUP-Parser for HD-DVD though


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Or we could work together on it? My plan was to make it an open source app... If interested you can drop me a pm or something.
For the moment, this is a one man show. Indeed the project is too small and too "experimental" (other name for "dirty hack") at this time to make sense for shared development. If (and this is a big "IF") I will ever finish the planned core features AND I find the time to restructure and comment the sources to a degree that someone else can make use of them, I plan to release the sources for the common good. I don't think that this will become a big Sourceforge project though. At least it's not planned to become a big"all in one" solution like SubtitleCreator or whatever.
As I already mentioned, I plan to implement only two more bigger feature, where one of them is command line support. Chances are that I'll do only bug fixes after this point.
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08.03.2009 1.5 -> 1.6
  • Added support to write (BD-)SUPs (kinda experimental though, SupRip doesn't like'em). This included a major rework of the program's structure, so I hope I didn't break anything.
  • Rewrote upscaling function (bilinear: slower, but much better quality)
  • Fixed: half of the languages in the language selection box were not displayed
  • While I was at it, I sorted the lower part of the list alphabetically

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A long awaited feature was implemented by You!!! Thank You !
I'll try it ...
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