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how do convert .sub to .sup?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by goyasme, Feb 21, 2004.

  1. goyasme

    goyasme Member

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    Hello,
    I've looked everywhere and searched the forums for an answer but i can't find anything. I have a .sub file, but i need it to be in .sup for IfoEdit to use it. So is there ANY solution, like a prog to change it into .srt which i then use Srt2Sup??? Any help would be much appreciated. thanx
     
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    gouasme,

    If you have search the forum perhaps you've had a chance to read the forum rules -

    The 3 times you have made the same post constitutes cross-posting please do not violate our rules again -

    Pete
     
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    I'm sorry Pete. I must admit i read the rules too quickly. I guess i was simply anxious to get an answer as i searched the forum and found nothing about my question. I know this is a really great forum and i am really sorry for the trouble. Just so you know it won't happen again.
     
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    Thanx pete but i had tried this program but it seemed to only be able to open .srt files but i have .sub files!?! Unless i don't know how!?! I think i found a solution with DVDSubtitleConverter which converts MicroDVD files into .sup and i read that MicroDVD files are indeed .sub. So i'll try that, thank again for the time and trouble.
     

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