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Old 12th September 2021, 19:13   #1421  |  Link
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@tormento: It's quite difficult with different positions... you could try tappen ocr program SubExtrator: https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=162633

@jpsdr: SE 3.6.2 has much improved ASSA support, incl. positioning, and plugins like ASSA Draw.

@checky: Try Tools - Batch convert... select all your mkv files and choose output format / tracks. Not entirely a single click solution, but close


Also, latest beta can do some subtitle burn-in using FFmpeg/ASSA: https://github.com/SubtitleEdit/subt...it/issues/5308
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Old 13th September 2021, 00:09   #1422  |  Link
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In the old version when you did Remove Formatting, The selection got unselected.
That was useful because it told you if it did remove formatting or not from your file.

In the new version it doesn't. A visual cue is necessary to know if something has been removed.
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@tormento: It's quite difficult with different positions... you could try tappen ocr program SubExtrator
Too many prerequisites, such as VS that I am not going to install.

Couldn't you simply split the vertical screen in two halves and put everything in the first part as {\an8} and everything in the second as normal?

The only problem now is that it doesn't work when both are present.

Just split the content in two lines, one with {\an8} and one without. We will deal with multiple repetitions and overlaps much easier.
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Good morning.
In the section "Export> Blu-ray sup ..."
Is it possible to change only a few rows with Font family?
With the right mouse button it does not allow me to do it.
Even having set custom fonts in the main interface, only the Font family command acts in the export section.
Cordially thank you




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Would it possible to add CLI for file joiner?
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Is it possible to use Subtitle Edit to extract subs from multiple MKV files (in the same folder) with just one 'click' ? I'm asking about 'regular' *.srt files which were built-into mkv (not bitmaps which would require an OCR)?
Try Tools - Batch convert... select all your mkv files and choose output format / tracks. Not entirely a single click solution, but close
Thanks! I'll check it out!
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Hi Nikse

When having a ASS openened in SE, the italic tags are {\i1} and {\i0}
Don't know from what version, but when saving as .srt, the italic tags are the same. Did you alter this for a specific reason? I'd prefer <i> and </i> for srt files.
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