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2 srt files to combine - how?

Discussion in 'Subtitle help' started by jlrm365, Oct 7, 2005.

  1. jlrm365

    jlrm365 Regular member

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    I have two avi files and two .srt files.

    It would be fine if I wanted to make two discs, because the numbering and timing on each of the srt files starts from 0.

    Combining the avi files is easy.

    What I want to do is combine both srt files so that the second runs in correct timing after the first. I have loaded them both into Subtitle Workshop but they seem to save only as one or the other.

    What's the answer?

    Thanks.
     
  2. nrautava

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    You can do it wit SW

    And here is how
    http://divxstation.com/article.asp?aId=103
     
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    jlrm365 Regular member

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    I figured that it had to be able to do it, but wasn't sure how.

    I'll come back to you on that one, if I have any issues with that.

    As you seem to have your finger on the subtitle pulse, there's another question I posted here that I'll briefly mention.

    I can see a subtitle as italicised in Subtitle Workshop, with the <i> tag. When added to an avi, in the latest version of divxtodvd, the result is burned with Shrink. I can then still see the <i> in the text, as though it was meant to be there. Is that a divxtodvd problem or something that happens with subs?
     
  4. nrautava

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    Have you test to change format of that sub file (to sub, srt or txt)?
     
  5. jlrm365

    jlrm365 Regular member

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    That's something I had not thought of.

    I have also just got another editor to try.

    Perhaps it was simply a foible of the one I used.
     

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