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#1 Shichibukai

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Posted 20 May 2009 - 04:54 AM

guyz,,anyone out there who could teach me how to insert a subtitle in a 30 mins. episode...

I have a fav show..which is raw...and i got there translation in my MWord..

The problem is..how to insert them to the finest details...what programs should be

used??
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#2 langes01x

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Posted 20 May 2009 - 05:26 AM

QUOTE (Shichibukai @ May 19 2009, 09:54 PM)
guyz,,anyone out there who could teach me how to insert a subtitle in a 30 mins. episode...

I have a fav show..which is raw...and i got there translation in my MWord..

The problem is..how to insert them to the finest details...what programs should be

used??

Go download Aegisub and follow the manual here:

http://aegisub.cello.../docs/Main_Page

What you end up with once you have followed the manual is a file with a .ass extension. This file can be renamed to match the video file and will be automatically loaded by most good video players.

If you want to insert the subtitles into the same file as the video that is a whole extra step that I'm not going to get into until you have a subtitle file to insert.

#3 Shichibukai

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 01:41 AM

QUOTE (langes01x @ May 19 2009, 11:26 PM)
Go download Aegisub and follow the manual here:

http://aegisub.cello.../docs/Main_Page

What you end up with once you have followed the manual is a file with a .ass extension. This file can be renamed to match the video file and will be automatically loaded by most good video players.

If you want to insert the subtitles into the same file as the video that is a whole extra step that I'm not going to get into until you have a subtitle file to insert.

Cool..there's a lot of tutorials ..Tnx 4 ds site..btw. do we still hav 2 use .srt file extension???

cuz..i tried b4,i am using an .avi type of video..but it goes error bcuz it doesn't match with the .srt..


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Posted 21 May 2009 - 02:26 AM

Just a quick hint to help you along:
If you post in full and complete (relatively) grammatically correct sentences with properly spelled words, you will likely get more responses quicker...
Remember, this is a forum, not a game...You can take your time to write out your posts - hell, I'm not even sure I understand what the heck you're asking because of the way you wrote it @[email protected]
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#5 Shichibukai

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 03:15 AM

QUOTE (dchaosblade @ May 20 2009, 08:26 PM)
Just a quick hint to help you along:
If you post in full and complete (relatively) grammatically correct sentences with properly spelled words, you will likely get more responses quicker...
Remember, this is a forum, not a game...You can take your time to write out your posts - hell, I'm not even sure I understand what the heck you're asking because of the way you wrote it @[email protected]

Sorry bout that..guess youre right...i found it confusing adding subtitles..you still need to us a time adjuster order to get the correct timing... sad.gif
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#6 langes01x

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 03:51 AM

QUOTE (Shichibukai @ May 20 2009, 06:41 PM)
Cool..there's a lot of tutorials ..Tnx 4 ds site..btw. do we still hav 2 use .srt file extension???

cuz..i tried b4,i am using an .avi type of video..but it goes error bcuz it doesn't match with the .srt..

.srt extension is required if you want a plain subtitle file. If you want styled subtitles (with custom colors, fonts and such) then you have to use an .ass or .ssa file format.

No idea what you mean by "it goes error because it doesn't match with the .srt".

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 10:54 AM

QUOTE (langes01x @ May 20 2009, 09:51 PM)
.srt extension is required if you want a plain subtitle file. If you want styled subtitles (with custom colors, fonts and such) then you have to use an .ass or .ssa file format.

No idea what you mean by "it goes error because it doesn't match with the .srt".

Btw.how to create a newly .srt file?is it found at the site you have given to me earlier???
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Posted 21 May 2009 - 03:58 PM

QUOTE (Shichibukai @ May 21 2009, 05:54 AM)
Btw.how to create a newly .srt file?is it found at the site you have given to me earlier???

Aegisub can save to srt but it requires using the export function. You do this by using File -> Export Subtitles... then click on Export and set the filename you wish to save with the extension .srt.
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#9 Shichibukai

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 12:45 AM

QUOTE (Harukalover @ May 21 2009, 09:58 AM)
Aegisub can save to srt but it requires using the export function. You do this by using File -> Export Subtitles... then click on Export and set the filename you wish to save with the extension .srt.

ANd wer can u find that export function??do u still need to download it??
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Posted 22 May 2009 - 02:18 AM

QUOTE (Shichibukai @ May 21 2009, 05:45 PM)
ANd wer can u find that export function??do u still need to download it??

When you are in Aegisub with a script open you click on File in the menu at the top and then Export... in the drop-down menu. You then click Export... in the popup that appears. That should display a Save as... menu I think where you name the file <my file>.srt and choose where to put it.

Note: replace <my file> with the name you want for the file.

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Posted 23 May 2009 - 02:39 PM

avi file in still keeps saying couldnt locate decompressor for format
`dx50`virtualdub requires a video for windows (vfw) compatible codec to decompress video. Directshow codecs,such as those used by windows media player are not suitable please help

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Posted 23 May 2009 - 03:28 PM

QUOTE (stonecold @ May 23 2009, 09:39 AM)
avi file in still keeps saying couldnt locate decompressor for format
`dx50`virtualdub requires a video for windows (vfw) compatible codec to decompress video. Directshow codecs,such as those used by windows media player are not suitable please help

make your own thread for your problem but you need to either install xvid or dvix and it will solve your problem.
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Posted 24 July 2009 - 06:10 PM

i have a question..

what software do i need to make embedded sub like yibis and others?
can i extract the sub?and modified it?

thx in advance

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Posted 24 July 2009 - 06:36 PM

QUOTE (dragonhalls @ Jul 24 2009, 11:10 AM)
i have a question..

what software do i need to make embedded sub like yibis and others?
can i extract the sub?and modified it?

thx in advance

Next time use your own thread. Assuming the subtitles are not embedded into the video and can be turned on and off then you can extract the subtitles.

To extract or add a subtitle file to a video you can use mkvtoolnix. You should be able to find it on google easily.

For editing and creating a subtitle file I prefer aegisub though any normal text editor would work if you are a masochist.

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Posted 24 July 2009 - 07:15 PM

QUOTE (langes01x @ Jul 24 2009, 12:36 PM)
Next time use your own thread. Assuming the subtitles are not embedded into the video and can be turned on and off then you can extract the subtitles.

To extract or add a subtitle file to a video you can use mkvtoolnix. You should be able to find it on google easily.

For editing and creating a subtitle file I prefer aegisub though any normal text editor would work if you are a masochist.

i just though that my post is not worthy enough for a new thread. tongue.gif

just downloaded aegisub,pretty good software...thx for recommend it
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Posted 21 August 2009 - 12:54 PM

Uhmm... if you want to output the episode as a complete "unit" you will have to download the Aegisub MUXER....

what you do then, is to start the muxer, and add the "movie" to it.. THEN you add the ass file to the files you are using. then, all you have to do is click where it says "Start muxing" simple, but needful.




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