yeah, i've tried them in a player and they matched perfectly. No outta sync moments at all. But whenever i preview them in virtualdub the get out of sync. I don't know what the issue is. I'm looking around for other options.
BTW, is there a way to burn this avi onto a DVD and add in the subtitle file so you can choose to have them on or off? I searched this forum but all i could find was references to removing subs from a DVD and all that.
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Burn baby, BURN!!!
just look in the stickies! Depending on what you want to do:
If that doesn't help, check out the guides...
but most authoring softwares support switchable subtitles
ok, i've looked at those posts, and tried a couple of apps, AVI2DVD, MovieMachine, and DIKO. I think DIKO gave me the best results but heres the problem. It encoded the whole movie and output an MPV file. Heres the first problem, i played the MPV file and it was only 35 minutes long! my movie is 100 minutes. It did add the subtitles perfectly though. Also, with the outputs, it output a VIDEO_TS and an AUDIO_TS folders with nothing in them. It left me with unmixed video and audio files outside of the _TS folders. It didn't create vobs or IFOS whats the deal?
i thought i had it for a second!Burn baby, BURN!!!
Anybody know how to fix the
"The source image format is not acceptable. (error code -2)"
seriousely necro you should post your solution. I'm getting the same error.It's the M-O-N-O and I can't even spell the rest, it takes too long and I need another cigarette, I can't hear my right ear is mad wack, so stfu and listen or get an ass kickin
Originally Posted by kgonepostlFrank Zappa: "People wouldn't know a good movie if it smacked 'em in the face."
i'll let you know my results with an edit.
Edit: everything seems to work properly I thank you. I was almost positive I tried this already but I must have forgot....silly me.It's the M-O-N-O and I can't even spell the rest, it takes too long and I need another cigarette, I can't hear my right ear is mad wack, so stfu and listen or get an ass kickin
I tried to add arabic subtitles to the jungle book
I see strange caracters only, when I play the same
subtitle.srt file with BSplayer and change the font
setting into arabic I get the right carecters
when I open the srt file with notepad it appears in strange characters
what should I do or where should I refer for help
I solved this problem now I want that letters be bigger in size
how do I do it
Hi i was trying to follow this tutorial but when i tried to encode it again the audio doesnt fits with the video
Hi i was trying to follow this tutorial but when i tried to encode it again the audio doesnt fits with the video what can i do ?
and when i open a file it says that Virtual dub has detected an improper vbr audio encoding in the source avi file and will rewrite the header with standar values. This is why i have defased audio? I have k lite mega codec pack
What can i do ? thanks
Sorry if this is the wrong area to post
Looking around, and still haven't figured it out yet.. getting
TEXT onto my video as a subtitle. I thought this GUIDE would help,
but so far, all I found close, was vsfilter and vobsub 2.3 filter
is part of the install (plugin) which I did install.
In vdub, vobsub 2.3 is listed, but I can't TYPE text to overlay
onto my video -- ArGGG!
Am I missing something.., like a .vdr filter ?
Thanks for any tips
Hi, ppl, tried to convert a 711 mb file with the subtitle and i choose
Home Theather Profile with the "Bitrate of 780 kbit/s", and "balanced
quality", the file was compressed to 511, witch scared me...
the quality was good, when i tried in the standalone divx player,
I tried the "Better quality"; "Extreme..."; and "Insane...", just to see the
result on picture on the right, and what i understood was - the insane will
have the most powerful compression, say 100 ou 200 mb, and the quality
will be.. well... insane... have any of you tried this settings?
I am now trying with the "Home Theater Profile" choosing my own bitrate,
the default is 780 kbit/s, i will try 900.
Could anyone give some feedback on this, must we, just, let the program
work with the default settings? Or a bigger file size would have better quality?
I do not know if this is the right place for this discusion.
Thanks for any word.
Balanced, better quality, insane, etc. will all be the same size if you are encoding to a set bitrate. Insane should look the best though, but a lower setting shouldn't look much worse and should be much faster.
Might I suggest a bitrate calculator to get the bitrate for the output size that you want.
As asked in the original guide... Did you INSTALL the plug-ins?!?!?!
Originally Posted by kschang
Originally Posted by bruce leroy
Thank you, Baldrick.
Finally, a helpful guide that gets the job DONE!!! I have been reading help guides for about 15 hours now where a few sent me down a road where I almost gave up and called it quits, but I stuck with it, and all I wanted was just to do a 45 minute Subtitle project:
Subtitles I opened with Notepad from an SRT file, and trimmed down and resaved just the subtext I needed. Then permanently hard encoded them from the AVI to a newly saved AVI. Easy once someone walked me threw it.
Cheers.Jonathan P Esker
I have a bit of a problem, can I use the original VirtualDub to do this? I know the OP said to use VirtualDubMod, but the afterdawn tutorial I am using tells me to use virtualdub original to enocode the first and second pass of my video. What can I do?
Also, should I have the vobsub filter on both first and second pass?