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  1. Sorry i'm being such a ass hole but i need these things done, so if u can please accamedate me it woulds be good. thanks.
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  2. I want to create subtitles for my home movies that show the date (and maybe time) of the video when enabled.

    1. Is there an application that can extract date/time information from the DV AVI?

    2. How would I go about keeping this sync'd with the video I would be editing (probably with Premiere)?

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  3. Listern, i'm noit sure if i said something wrong but , i really need help with this, so if u can do what I suggested fine, if not i'll try to find something else on how to do it, thanks
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    hello, first off i wanted to thank you for
    this guide, it is awesome, and very explanatory, excellent job. also i have a question. i downloaded the subtitle filter, but i dont know what file to place where. due to this, "SUBTITLER" is not one of the options in the "FILTER" menu on VirtualDub. can u please tell me what i have done wrong, and also how to correct it. thank you very much.

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    Have you installed the subtitler filter in your version yet?
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    @ skip2mylou

    The file "filter_name.vdf" goes in the "plugins" folder under the VirtualDub main directory.

    That should load the filter when VirtualDub is started. Failing that, you can manually load it for now until you sort it out...
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    Wow. This is what I've ben looking for, for a while now

    I can't believe I missed this. For my home-movies and
    other things I capture from Antenna

    I can't wait to take a stab at this. I hope to report back
    how this all goes.

    Thanks in advance,
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    FWIW.. only link that works for SSA is this one:

    * Sub Station

    I didn't realize it was 5mb plus. Anyways. I'll give your guide a go. I realize its over a year old

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    I just tried this, (bar bones test) and it worked.
    The guide is *rediculously easy* but I'd like to get a better
    grip on how to place the text. I guess I'll have to play
    around till I figure things out

    Thanks to Tommyknocker (and my random surfing) I found
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    Originally Posted by Tommyknocker
    Have you installed the subtitler filter in your version yet?
    well, honestly i dont know which one is for my version, pls assist.
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    Originally Posted by daamon
    @ skip2mylou

    The file "filter_name.vdf" goes in the "plugins" folder under the VirtualDub main directory.
    please pardon me, but i don't see a file witha n extension with .vdf, pls assist.

    thank you

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    YOU GUYS ROCK!!!
    i found the right version, thanx to you guys, and i moved the .vdf file and all is fine, just in time for the HOLIDAYS, happy KWANZA everybody.
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    Glad you got it sorted.

    And I'd like to "have a happy KWANZA", if only I knew what it was
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  14. Need help with this problem.

    I'm going to add english subtitle to an korea movie,
    but the subtitles are in: for exampel hellu.sub
    hellu.idx

    how should I do??
    Please explain step by step how to, just like you're explaining to an newbie.

    I'm using Virtualdub 1.5.10 and SrtToSSA.

    I only know how to add subtitle to an movie, only if there's one subtitle for exampel, casshern.srt.
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    uh oh bad news

    i finally got the subtitler in the menu however, how do add the subtitles. i mean i first clivked ADD for the .srt of the subtitle file, but i dont know what else to do from there to get it onto my movie, please help.

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    If you want to use .srt files, install the TextSub filter in Virtual Dub as well. Use the TextSub filter to display .srt or .sub subtitles.
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    well the problem is not the .srt or maybe it is. the thing is after i click SUBTITLER and i load the .ssa, i click preview and i dont see any subtitles on the screen. any advice??
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    i see the textsub.vdf but when i put it in the plug in folder on v-dub and start v-dub up, it gives an error prompt saying the .vdf file of textsub doesnt work. waht do i do. please help.
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    Where did you get the textsub filter from? It supposed to come from VobSub. and you add it to your plug ins when you extract it.
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    WOO HOO you guys rock!!
    i guess nothing was wrong, i opened v-dub and in the filters, there it was textsub, so all is merry. thanks yall especially Tommyknocker, thanks!!

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    My pleasure!
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    I'm having problems too... so I copied textsub.vdf to VD's plugins folder. When I opened VD, this error message came up: The application or DLL D:\Program Files\Virtual Dub\plugins\textsub.vdf is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette. Thanks in advance...
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    It seems it has to be added to the plugins directory when you are installing VobSub. Have you tried it this way?
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    yay! it works! thanks, and sorry for the total newbie question...
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    "A newbie in need is a newbie indeed." Glad it worked out for you.
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  26. When i play movie and subtitles in subsynch , movie, sound and subtitles are in sync. When i follow this guide to put the subs permanent in the movie as a divx , the result gives the sound out of sync! What do i have to do to get the sound also in sync?
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    SSA is not available on any of the links given in this post. can someone help me with the links
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  28. Just click on 'SSA' in your post or this one and you'll be taken to the Videohelp page on it. You can download from there.
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