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    Hi
    I have troubles trying to extract subtitles from a .ts file (a capture from tv).
    The MediaInfo says that this file have 1 video track, 2 audio tracks and 1 subtitle track. Until I know, it's a .sup file and to extract it I will need an ocr software. And now comes the troubles. Anybody knows how to do it? The thing is that I can not find anything that works. With projectx I get everything and a .sup file, but with 0 bytes

    Any other idea?

    Many thanks in advance.

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    Have you tried tsmuxer? It has a demux option and I would assume it can read subtitle files.
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    Originally Posted by yoda313 View Post
    Have you tried tsmuxer? It has a demux option and I would assume it can read subtitle files.
    First I tryed Tsmuxer does not extract it for some extrange reason I do not understand... It extracts video and both audio tracks, but no subtitles.

    I keep investigating
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    Hallooooo, any body here??
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  5. If you see subtitles and they are not extracted then they can be hardcoded, and the subtitle PID is empty.
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    No, that's not the case. They are not hardcoded because I can select it or not, they are not in screen all the time.

    Finally I have extracted it as a .sup file and a .ifo one. I know I'll need an ocr software but I can not find anything that is able to do it. The suprip fails and shows a error message.

    Any help will be wellcome

    Thanks (again)
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    When I have extracted a picture-based subtitle file from ProjektX, I use Subresync to convert to the SRT-format.

    It works very well, but it also depends on which colourmodel you use in ProjektX.

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    If you choose the right colourmodel, Subresync will recognize the letters after you have entered them once.
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    Thanks, I'll take a look.
    Anyway, my file is .sup not .sub
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    I think that Subresync can handle sup and sub


    Here a link to a short guide Subresync (from subscene.com):
    http://subscene.com/forums/t/34877.aspx

    If you want to the subtitles burned in the picture/hardcoded (for iPad and other media devices where you can't turn subtitles on and off), you can use TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 by clicking on "New Project" and "Open a Transport Stream File. But the TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 isn't free There are a lot of export formats to choose from. The software works for me. So far I've tested it from two different TV-channels (Danish TV 2 and ZDF). There are only a few bugs with the subtitles, but overall, I find it very good.
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    Many thanks for your help, Martin
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