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  2. So, the only problem is the way the times are formated the rest would be fine?
    (converting seconds -> hh:mms:ff doesn't sound so hard)
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  4. Wrote a small quick&dirty console tool to convert such e="time in seconds" to e="hh:mm:ss:ff".
    Attached source code and 64bit Windows binary.

    What the program does is:
    1. read a file
    2. split it's content into lines
    3. check if line contains 'e="..."'
    4. convert the '...' from text to number
    5. convert the number to hh:mm:ss:ff
    6. replace '...' with the new 'hh:mm:ss:ff'
    7. save the file under a new name (= old name + _adjusted)

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  6. just the end, gimme a second
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  7. attached a new version which should replace both e="..." and s="..." (didn't test it, but it should work)
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  9. Ah mistake on my side I looked for '" s="'

    is there an easy way to automate the process of converting the timing file into XML file.
    Don't know any tool which does the conversion, so you would have to write one. Shouldn't be hard if you know how to do some programming.
    All in all it would require to:
    a. convert the input to proper xml (remove html escaping)
    b. read the xml into a dom structure
    c. parse the dom structure
    d. create a new dom structure which looks like the one you want
    e. write the output to a file.
    Probably one or may be two hours of work, assuming the programming language used offers some xml helper tools. If one would want to do it with in a bash or dos script it would probably take quite some time.

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    Ps.: may be BDSup2Sub++ supports the format your sat box uses. (sadly it's not actively developed anymore otherwise it should have been easy for the author to add support for it)
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    Originally Posted by MounaLafi View Post
    1. Is there any program/utility capable to convert the attached XML + PNG files into idx/sub file.

    2. Is there any program/utility capable to convert the attached XML file into Sony BDN XML file which BDSup2Sub can accept.
    You could try Subtitle Edit 3.4... right click in the list view in the ocr window, and choose Export -> ...
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  13. Attached a small tool for conversion AYZ.xml -> AYZ_adjusted.xml which should produce the needed output.

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  14. just out of curiosity: did XMLConverter help?
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  16. Code:
     <Format DropFrame="False" VideoFormat="576p" FrameRate="25"/>
    will only be used if the resolution is 720x576, why would you specify 720p if you resolution isn't 1280x720?
    looking at the TimedImages info:
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    <TimedImages targetWidth="720" targetHeight="576" aspectRatio="16:9">
    the VideoFormat should be 576p


    About the order: xml documents normally have no order for their attributes -> order of attributes should not matter.
    About the image: Will fix that.
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  17. attached a version which when called with:
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    XMLConverter.exe "eng" "23.976" "720p" "PATH TO xml file"
    should:
    a. remove the path from the images
    b. set VideoFormat="720p"
    c. set FrameRate="23.976"
    d. set the header to:
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    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    it does not reorder attributes, since XML does not require a specific order of attributes.
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  19. it might,.. will look into it
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  20. should work now
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  22. my guess the problem is that the subtitles belong to SD content (according to your input xml) and you flag them as hd content.
    -> much luck
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  25. ah, 576i and not 576p like I guessed
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