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Old 7th January 2015, 01:03   #661  |  Link
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I do have a problem! In v1.50b5 when I try to rip subtitles (idx) I get this, and for every single letter


In 1.50b7 same subtitles I get this


Any suggestions?

Try to un-check the "Use IDX's file offsets" checkbox in the "Global Options" dialog. I bet you had that already done in the old version.

Btw: you may import (copy) your SubRip.ini from an older version to the installation folder of a new SubRip version, to preserve your previous settings.
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Old 1st March 2015, 06:49   #662  |  Link
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My server is up and running again so my matrix file can be downloaded

http://162.248.14.188/

remember to set you "Sensibility on character difference" to 1000
If you do spanish subtitles you need to lower "Max. Character Top Diff." to 2
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Old 1st March 2015, 19:03   #663  |  Link
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Will the setting of "Max. Character Top Diff." for spanish subtitles be the same for danish subtitles??
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Old 4th March 2015, 23:25   #664  |  Link
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Will the setting of "Max. Character Top Diff." for spanish subtitles be the same for danish subtitles??
No. The Max. Character Top Diff." is only to see the difference between the lower case "i" and the Spanish reverse exclamation mark ""
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Ok thanks for the information.
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Old 23rd March 2015, 01:52   #666  |  Link
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just some small info update.

Ive noticed a few subtitles where the lowered "Max. Character Top Diff." would help resolves issues i with capital vs lowercase . its very few but if you run into that issues you might wanna reduce "Max. Character Top Diff." to 2 on other languages than Spanish.
i personally runs mine on 2 most of the time but I'm a bit over cautious
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My ISP gave me a new IP again.

Currently my matrix file can be found here
http://162.248.14.188/

it haven't been updated for month's as i have been busy with other projects
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Just an update if people are still using my matrix file.
i finally got my domain up and working so no more dead links when i get a new IP

Website: http://www.techcenter.dk
Direct Link: http://techcenter.dk/SBmatrix.sum
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Is there any active support yet? I need to report some problems with UTF-8 output encoding, actually giving ANSI files.
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is there any active support yet? I need to report some problems with UTF-8 output encoding, actually giving ANSI files.
I doubt it...
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I doubt it...
What a pity. I think it's the best DVD OCR out there.
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This one is also not updated, but for DVD still works very fine for me.

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...VDSubextractor
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Subtitle Edit works perfectly with DVDs.
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Subtitle Edit works perfectly with DVDs.
I am encoding my private DVD collection to NAS as the supports are starting to lose reflective properties (some are 20 or more years old).

I am talking about more than one thousand.

I tried both and SubRip is way more accurate.
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This one is also not updated, but for DVD still works very fine for me.
Will try, thanks mate.
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I am encoding my private DVD collection to NAS as the supports are starting to lose reflective properties (some are 20 or more years old).

I am talking about more than one thousand.

I tried both and SubRip is way more accurate.
I've used both applications quite a lot over the years and don't miss SubRip at all. I guess it depends a huge amount on your settings (colors and max error-% so that you teach the detection to get better over time), and it varies between DVDs as well. And I don't even think about using Tesseract, binary compare is the way to go.

EDIT: One option could be to just extract the subs and use them as they are?
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EDIT: One option could be to just extract the subs and use them as they are?
Unfortunately there is no puke smiley in this board.

Ever tried to look at resized DVD bitmap subs?
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Unfortunately there is no puke smiley in this board.

Ever tried to look at resized DVD bitmap subs?
Of course I've had to test how it looks

I would be interested in testing if you have a particularly difficult case to OCR.
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