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Green subtitles, no original IFO

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by andrew513, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. andrew513

    andrew513 Member

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    I've read many other threads on how to fix green subtitles, but they all refer back to an original IFO, which I dont have since I'm creating a DVD from scratch with only and .avi and some .sup subtitles...

    So, how do I fix the green subtitles when I have no original IFO copy to go back to?
     
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    Can somebody please reply to this, as I am having the same trouble...
     
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    k0k0m0 Regular member

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    do you guys have the subtitle file right? Usually that green thing comes from a problem with the subtitle program not writing properly the color code.

    You can use a program called subremap to fix it. Download it from here http://www.shipleys.eclipse.co.uk/supremap.htm




     
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    Hi k0k0m0,

    I used subremap - and made it so every colour is either white or black (removing all other colours). It still has fuzzy green subtitles...
    I've tried copying and pasting the colours in ifoedit, tried this, tried every solution I've come across on forums, but nothing...

    Got any more suggestions?
    It's really starting to piss me off...
    Anyone else got any suggestions?
     
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    k0k0m0 Regular member

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    it puzzles me... subremap has solved each one of the green subtitles problem I've ever had... sorry
     
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    can you please explain the process you use in subremap please?
    maybe I'm doing something wrong... or not doing something...
     
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    k0k0m0 Regular member

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    Well, I follow exactly what's explained in the website I've previously attached...

    SRT2SUP first and then Subremap
     

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