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  1. Member
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    Hello Guys,

    I need help.

    I have download the polish napisy(Subtitles).
    It's showing some wired character


    File I downloaded from opensubs: Lost.Girl.S01E02.txt
    After conversion - New file : Lost.Girl.S01E02.UTF-8.txt.

    I hardsubbed the new file on video file but now subs are not synchronized with the video file.
    Please suggest me how to resolve this issue.


    And sorry for my bad english.

    PS- I have downloaded the suitable subs for the video file.(23.976fps)
    Last edited by hyperV; 16th Jul 2014 at 14:27.
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  2. If your subtitles are in-sync before hardcoding them there is something wrong with your encoder. If not sync them with Subtitle Edit.

    From Opsubtitles they must be SRT so framerate doesn't matter - they are time based.
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    Thank you so much for your reply...@videobruger.

    Sorry, Actully i don't remember from where i get the subs. but file is in .txt format. And most of the polish subs available on internet are in .txt format.
    So will you please guide me to hardsub those on video file without any sync problem.
    Your help is really appriciated.


    Some of subs are working fine but most of the subs are having sync problem.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by hyperV; 16th Jul 2014 at 14:28. Reason: Remove some personal info
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  4. First most of Polish subtitles use code page "Windows-1250", second check times - both times (i.e. subtitles and movie) must be equal. It is good to check some other subtitles to verify timing - for example English.
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  5. Are your subtitles in sync before hardcoding?
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    Yes. They are in sync befor hardcoding.
    Last edited by hyperV; 16th Jul 2014 at 04:57.
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  7. Then there must be something wrong with the encoding. I'm not an expert on Xvid4PSP but perhaps you shouldn't use a Release Candidate (RC) but a stable version?
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    Ok i'll try with a stable version and let you know about the result.
    I am kind of noob in this field..really don't know RC means. I just googled it.
    And Please suggest me some good application for this purpose.

    Thanks.
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    No, Still facing the same issue with the stable release.
    All the time subtitles are running fast.
    Help me what to do?
    And Please suggest me some good application for this purpose.
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  10. And Please suggest me some good application for this purpose.
    I can tell you what I mostly use but it might not be the right choice for a beginner - perhaps a bit overwhelming.

    I prefer MediaCoder to hardcode SRT. It offers me flexibllity and nice looking fonts. For movies with an aspect of 2.35(2.4):1 I prefer to keep the subtitle free of the movie like this:

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    and I can do that with MediaCoder.

    But perhaps someone more knowledgeable than I come along and can help with Xvid4PSP.

    PS: Perhaps Freemake Video Converter without watermark. Many like this.
    Last edited by videobruger; 16th Jul 2014 at 06:14. Reason: PS
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    Thank you so much.
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