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  1. Member
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    Hello everybody, please help me!!!

    I want to rip the subtitle in a DVD copyright by YesAsia. I did everything as the guide suggest, but it only run up to 94-96% then it STOP. What can I do now?

    At first my Subrip window appear exactly like this

    As soon as I hit START, this window appear


    Source: 1st Pic @ Dvd-Guides.com
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  2. You could make an IDX/SUB file (VobSub Configure), and then OCR that using SubResynch (comes with VobSub also).
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    thank you for answering me, but is there anyway you can show me step-by-step? I am a newbie here, sorry.
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  4. Open the IFO in VobSub Configure (included in VobSub) and take it from there. Here's a guide:

    http://www.doom9.org/dvobsub.htm

    Once you get the IDX/SUB files, you can try SubRip again (File->Open VOBs->Open Dir), or open the IDX in SubResynch (also comes with VobSub) and then "Save As" SSA or SRT or whatever format you like.
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    Thanks manono

    I did use the guide you gave me, but at the end I got this message...

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  6. mtc,

    Try if this helps when using Subrip:

    Using the dropdown box near "language streams"; see if there's a "Greek wide letterbox" or "Greek 4:3" entry available.

    The important part is the wide/letterbox or pan&scan mentioned in the name of the subtitle stream.

    Hope this can be of any help.
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    I'm sorry ChibiToma. It doesn't work.
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  8. My guess then is that there's something wrong with the DVD on the hard drive. My next suggestion would be to start over and decrypt it again. How did you get it onto the hard drive originally?
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