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AVI Subs...real basic please

Discussion in 'Subtitle help' started by Declan00, Sep 16, 2005.

  1. AdamInc

    AdamInc Member

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    What do you do when you get the files, i have a video, audio, script, 1 pass files
     
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    p4_tt Active member

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    There should be a avi without any sound what so ever so you will need to add the audio file using something like Virtual Dub
     
  3. AdamInc

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    i have a avi file with sound and subs made
     
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    celtic_d Regular member

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    For VCD I would just frameserve via AVISynth. Something like:
    avisource("movie.avi")
    textsub("movie.srt")
    lanczosresize(352,164)
    addborders(62,0,62,0)

    You could use something like FitCD to work out the script.
    Then encode the video with TMPGEnc and use twolame or toolame for the audio since TMPGEnc's audio encoder is not the best.

    This why you don't waste time or quality converting to an avi just to re-convert it.
     
  5. AdamInc

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    i wanna find the easiest way to convert from AVI to DVD i have a avi movie to a VOB or DVD file so i read this and got this way now i just needa figure out how to make it into a dvd if you have an easier way just post here
     
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    Either way the video is getting converted to xvid or mpg so surely there would be quality lost either way(?) I would use VSO's DivxToDVD for avi to dvd.
     
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  7. AdamInc

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    Thanks Alot I'll Try That When I Get Home :) this forum has been lots of help
     
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    celtic_d Regular member

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    The less lossy conversions the better though and obviously if the final product is to be mpg, then you are going to have to convert to mpg at some stage, you do not however need to convert to DivX.
     
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    I know what ya mean but Avi ReComp can only put out avi's
     
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    celtic_d Regular member

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    Exactly. So if you want an avi with hardsubs then it might be the perfect app for the job. If you want a (S)VCD or DVD with hardsubs then it isn't.
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    Declan00,

    I just edited out you 5 posts. Edit you sig ... REMOVE THE SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY. You post again with that in your sig and your gone.
     
  12. enimma

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    removed
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    enimma

    Asking for passwords can and will get you banned so let's not do it again.
     
  14. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    slow poke :) ... and if I read that correctly he was giving out a password.

    @enimma,

    WTF does that have to do with AVI subs?
     
  15. jlrm365

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    It's quite simple.

    Use the current DivXtoDVD.

    All you need to do is load your avi into it, drag and drop or load your subtitle into into it and convert.

    It produces optional subtitles of excellent quality, providing the originals were also.
     

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