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Encoding Tool for Hard Subs

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by HALTRON, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. HALTRON

    HALTRON Member

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    Hi, does anyone know of an encoding tool which can accept multiple subtitle streams when encoding MPEG2 to XVID.
     
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  2. shiroh

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    avisynth.

    the subtitle is from dvd ?
    then you may want to rip it with subripper.
    the subtitle on the dvd is picture based. bitmap, etc.
    and sometimes (more like most of the times) it looks ugly on pc, so with subripper, you're ripping it to text file and can edit on whatever font you want
     
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    I'm not lookin for soft subs at all. in this case i have 2 english subtitle streams that i want to 'imprint' whilst encoding the video. I have planty of apps that will accept 1 stream but none that will accept 2. the streams are locked in VOB IFO structures. Standard soft sub techniques will not work as original subs are too awkward. Imagine each character composed from multiple components.
     

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