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I don't know an easy or definite way, which is why I waited for someone else to reply.
My 1st guess would be to create two DVD titles, then put them together in a DVD layout where the end action of the first title is to play the 2nd. You'd probably need to use an authoring app, though not necessarily create any menus, and split your video where the subs split.
Or you might use subrip to OCR both sup files to text based, join those in something like subtool, then check your timing, particularly at the join, using subtitle workshop.
Is there any way to do this yet? I've searched and not found anything. Subtitle Workshop does not appear to support sup files, and joining them with 'copy /b ...' causes overlap as the timestamps in the second sup are relative to the second evo it's coming from, not the title overall.
Edit: After some more research I believe I may be talking about a different sup format than the original poster, but the question is still the same The sups I am working with are coming from an HD-DVD.
Last edited by Polaris75; 16th Mar 2010 at 18:58.
I am having the same difficulty but thought that Subtitle Creator had the answer as it is supposed to be able to join subtitle files and does make any limitation to binary files in the manual. However I have tried all the methods that I can think of but so far without success. I would be pleased if anyone can detail the exact procedure to join subtitles in Subtitle Creator whether they be text files (SRT) or Binary files (SUP). Look forward to any help in this matter.