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  1. I know this doesn't relate to the question but I have also run into this problem and in my opinion it is a lot easier to find other subs. I tried baldrick's suggested siites and they worked good you can also search multiple specific sites on google with the format site:example.com OR lies.com after the search term. I use this when searching multiple sites for subs all the time. Here is what I use: site:http://www.opensubtitles.org/en OR http://subscene.com/ OR http://www.podnapisi.net/ OR http://www.subtitlesource.org/ OR http://www.divxstation.com OR http://www.divxsubtitles.net OR http://www.subbiee.com
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    Yep; AviDemux2 (for Mac) did the job exactly as advertised. Thanks.
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  4. Originally Posted by MilesAhead View Post
    I just revisited this topic because I bought a WD player that only supported .srt subs(until I updated the firmware.) But I just wanted to relate my finding that the new DVDSubEdit surprised me. I did maybe 1/2 dozen DVD subtitle conversions to .srt as noted in the guide at the beginning of this thread and the output was really clean!! I didn't notice any typos to fix at all.

    The other "trick" I found was if I happened to have idx/sub subs for an .avi file or whatever, if I used SubToSup, then loaded the .sup file into DVDSubEdit and did the OCR, the .srt export worked just as well.

    At least for English subs it seems to work flawlessly. No more typing into OCR pattern recognition gizmos!!

    Hi Miles,

    I was searching and I saw your post for Converting IDX/SUB to SRT ... well, I tried it as follow ...

    1) Use SubToSup ... and convert the IDX to SUP
    2) Load up the SUP in DVDSubEdit ... but then it asks me for IFO ... well since my Subtitle is from an AVI file I skip this ...
    I run the OCR ... and then Push ".srt" Button and save the Output as SRT.

    Now, here is my problem ... the SRT subtitle does NOT SYNC with the Video!!!

    Q1: Can you tell me what I am doing wrong? Or how can I get it Right?

    Thanks,

    G!
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  5. Do the VobSubs (IDX/SUB) synch with the video? If so, maybe try converting the VobSubs to SUP using SubtitleCreator.
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  6. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Do the VobSubs (IDX/SUB) synch with the video? If so, maybe try converting the VobSubs to SUP using SubtitleCreator.
    Hi Manono,

    Yes the VobSubs (IDX/SUB) do Sync with the video ... OK, I will try SubtitleCreator and report back!

    THANKS,

    G!
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  7. ^^ Hi Manono,

    Wow ... your suggestion worked like a charm ... now my output SRT is in Sync with the video.

    Thanks again!

    G!
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    Try Subtitle Edit. It's much easier to use.
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  9. How to rip DVD Chapter subtitles into Separate/individual srt files (one srt per chapter)?
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  10. If the chapters correspond to cells (they usually do) you can first get VobSubs by cell followed by converting the VobSubs to SRT. One way to get VobSubs by cell is with VobSub Configure (included in the VobSub package). Or, you can get SUP files by cell from PGCDemux followed by using an OCR program that accepts SUP files as input. Maybe there are other ways to do it in a single step, but I've never needed to get subs by chapter and don't know of them. Maybe others can help.
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  11. Thank you

    Originally Posted by manono View Post
    If the chapters correspond to cells (they usually do) you can first get VobSubs by cell followed by converting the VobSubs to SRT. One way to get VobSubs by cell is with VobSub Configure (included in the VobSub package). Or, you can get SUP files by cell from PGCDemux followed by using an OCR program that accepts SUP files as input. Maybe there are other ways to do it in a single step, but I've never needed to get subs by chapter and don't know of them. Maybe others can help.
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