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Old 2nd September 2009, 06:53   #21  |  Link
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deank,
Guys from avs2bdnxml thread sent me back to you:-)
ps auxw wrote the following about PNG non-acceptance with Scenarist:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...73#post1320873

Could you do anything about it?
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Old 2nd September 2009, 07:30   #22  |  Link
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I can do what ps auxw suggested and make the PNG output through bdsup2sub. I'll let you know later.

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You can download the executable only and try. It will now generate both 32bit and 8bit PNGs in separate archives.

Let us know if it works.

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Thanx, Dean, will check it in the evening and let you know about the result:-)
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Old 3rd September 2009, 07:07   #24  |  Link
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Dean,
I've checked new version and:
1. 8bits Generated subs are perfectly accepted by Scenarist
2. Image, I mean picture of subs text is generated in the middle of 1920x1080 8 bit png, although i've set margin to 60 and preview showed text near bottom.

Comparing to 32bit pngs text image is smaller in 8bit png.
I've checked settings again but they were OK.
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Old 3rd September 2009, 13:34   #25  |  Link
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You're right... There were few bugs, causing the output to be resized to 480i (that's why you got it in the middle of the screen and smaller)

Please re-download 0.3 from the link above.

edit: I also changed the default 'merge' and 'min display' times of bdsup2sub, so probably it will cause more smooth processing of animated subtitles and no flickering. Still I had no time to test it yet.

edit2: Ok, so I gave it a try with ass subtitles uploaded by Oleg Rode (here). There is no flickering and subtitles show and disappear smoothly (fade in/fade out) with 23.976fps 1280x720 source. I was testing on PAL PS3 (60GB model) with firmware 3.00.

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Old 4th September 2009, 07:08   #26  |  Link
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Dean, hi!
v0.3 doesn't generate 8bit pngs.
RAR archive contains only xml file.
Checked 2 times - same 1kb RAR file with xml only :-(

32bits pngs still OK :-)

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Strange.. it is okay here... Just redownload it and try again. Do you get any errors in the log?
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Old 4th September 2009, 12:24   #28  |  Link
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No, no errors in the log.
Will redownload and try again in the evening then.
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Dean,

I redownloaded v0.3 and this is how it works on my machine:

1. 8bit png are generated out of rar file - just in a folder where easySUP is.
2. Image is still in the middle of the png and now its huge:-)
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I certainly cannot replicate what is happening to you.

I tested all 3 formats (SUP only, XML+PNG only and SUP+PNG) and I always get 2 rars with proper 8bit and 32bit pngs+xml and 1 SUP file.

Can you move easySUP to another folder like: c:\easySUP\

It makes no sense 32bit to work and 8bit not to.
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easySUP is updated to 0.4:

A small glitch was fixed for "Fast" and "Half frame" modes, when the associated video file has non-standard resolution (not BD standard 1920x1080, 1440x1080, 1280x720), causing unnecessary large frames to be passed to avs2bdnxml and bdsup2sub, which in turn causes slower processing.

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awesome

This little application is awesome! Thanks a lot!
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Thanks for application deank ... But, how can I use East European characters, for exhample, Serbian ... Is there a way you can add support for that sort of characters?
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It should work with any characters. Open your SRT file and save it as ANSI. Then use easySUP to see if all is okay.
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It's not working ... I've tried to save it both as ANSI and East European with ''Subtitle Workshop'' and ''Subtitle Creator'' and the result is the same when I open it in easySUP... For exhample, instead of character ''ć'' I get character '''' ... In the aplications I've mentioned I'm getting the wright characters after I chose ''1250 - East/Central Europe'' character encoding.
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I meant to do it in NOTEPAD.

Is your computer set to Serbian for non-unicode? It is a setting in regional settings/advanced.
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Where were you all these years ... I was having same problems for years while trying to make some DVD subtitles, and it never occur to me to even think about regional settings ... I must sound like a complete volley, but I actually don't mind, because I'm finally going to make my first BD with custom subs ... At least I hope so ...

MANY THANKS DEANK

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Way to go, eh!
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Old 2nd December 2009, 14:24   #39  |  Link
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Thanks for this excellent tool. Works perfect.
I'm about to make a backup of all my HD DVD to Blu-Ray with no quality loss, but is it important to choose 1080p subtitles to match 1080p movies or is it just either 720p or 1080p?

Is the resolution important when it's subtitles?
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Yes, it is very important to use 1080p for 1080p/i videos and 720p for 1280x720 videos. Otherwise subtitles may not show or be misplaced.

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p.s. I'm glad you find it useful
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