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Old 19th March 2007, 02:40   #21  |  Link
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Offset to the next SP_DCSQ are wrong

regionTest1.sup
0x9FA should be 0xA11
regionTest5.sup
Subpicture 1: same as above
Subpicture 2: 0x16D8 should be 0x16EF
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Correct it and muxman will do the job

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Old 19th March 2007, 08:29   #22  |  Link
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Thanks a lot, bigotti5 - I will try it immediately when I get home tonight!

And indeed - you were right! After I fixed, it works like a charm. I will post a beta of SubtitleCreator so others can test it too.

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Old 20th March 2007, 05:20   #23  |  Link
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MuxMan no doubt got lost trying to find the last SP_DCSQ, a step that is needed during import to determine the duration.

btw your unusual display area showed up a bug in the 0.18 viewer/editor

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Good to hear that it helped you improve your code to, mpucoder!

BTW, for all interested parties, I've uploaded the beta release here (requires .NETv2 installed).
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Can you post the corrected sup files? I made some corrections to them here, but test5 has some overlapping and backwards movement in time, it would be nice to see what you intended the track to look like.
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The beta at sourceforge.net is entitled as 2.2.1 but the download is 2.1.1 without karaoke...
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Old 21st March 2007, 23:38   #27  |  Link
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Can you post the corrected sup files? I made some corrections to them here, but test5 has some overlapping and backwards movement in time, it would be nice to see what you intended the track to look like.
Here you go. Using your project file, you will probably not see the first subtitles since they start before your start time of 10s. See the image for the original input.
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The beta at sourceforge.net is entitled as 2.2.1 but the download is 2.1.1 without karaoke...
The original upload went sour on SourceForge - I've uploaded it again. The filename should be Setup_SubtitleCreator_v2_1b1.exe, size 1,880,011 bytes: it will actually install SCv2.2.1 - please give it another go!
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Old 22nd February 2008, 00:48   #29  |  Link
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13 color subpicture

Hi,

Using the same method, with DVDSubEdit, an hex editor plus a small SUP Analysing proggie I'm currently being developping for my support of SubtitleCreator, I've made a 13 color subpicture for the fun. I could have done more but it's already fun. There are 12 different colors used plus the background.

Compared to mpucoders'subtitle, there are 3 areas using 2 LN_CTLI in the CHG_COLCON command.

I could watch the result using WinDVD 4 but couldn't make a screen copy because of color keying.

I've remuxed mpucoders'DVD with this new SUP.

Enjoy.

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Old 27th May 2022, 02:07   #30  |  Link
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Just to see if I could do it, 14 years later. Doesn't do it in VLC, but standalone works and PowerDVD works. Some fun.
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