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    I've been trying to rip the subtitles from some movies for years, but no succes !

    After finding this forum, I've downloaded and tried ffmpeg, VideoUpdaterTools, MP4Box, CC Extractor

    And none of them have worked for me !

    The subtitles are hard-coded and can't be disabled

    P.E. there's this movie here :

    Please help me, I'm desperate for an app that can do this !
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    This looks like Warez so I doubt if anyone will help you.. Buy the disc.
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    It's a well-known albanian website that offers films subtitled in Albanian.

    It's not the disk what I want !

    I want to get the subtitle files so that I can change some stuff !
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  4. Meh as long as it's not softcoded you can't "extract" the subtitle.

    If it is softcoded, mux the mp4 to mkv using mkvtoolnix, selecting only the subtitle track. You will get an mks file. Finally extract using gmkvextract or similar tool.

    Alternatively you can open the mp4 in Hybrid and just use the extract subtitle feature.
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    You could also try in Google

    Albanian Subtitles <insert name of movie> you may well find someone has made it available as a srt file
    Also look here http://www.podnapisi.net/ a very good subtitle site
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    Originally Posted by blud7 View Post
    Meh as long as it's not softcoded you can't "extract" the subtitle.
    So there is no software that can detect subtitle text and give it to me as a subtitle file ?? None at all ?
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  7. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    AVISubDetector and subrip can OCR subs to srt from avi files(maybe also mpeg1 if not then convert the mpeg1 to avi).
    So it's possible you can do a fast conversion to avi and then rip the subtitles using one of those tools. Cuz I can't think of a tool that does this for mp4 etc
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    hope answers help , but imo you dont know too much about this.
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    Use MKVMergeGui to put the MP4 file into a MKV container. This will show up all contents of the file ie Audio, Video and hopefully subtitles. If it shows a subtitle track you can extract it using gMKVExtractGUI.exe

    If MKVMergeGui doesn't show any subtitles then that confirms the subs are hard coded into the video. ie they are part of the video and you can't extract them as they don't exist as a separate entity.

    Or you could simply post a MediaInfo report on the MP4 file - that will show if a subtitle track exists within the file. If it does then do the above to extract.

    Good luck!
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    You can also try CCextractor.
    With Free Make Video Converter, you can see if there is a subtitle files. Because sometimes, the sub is really really encrust in the video
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  11. Typing and timing the subtitle yourself in AegiSub would be probably faster than going through the Subtitle-text-Image-Extraction route.
    It is possible to isolate subtitles and make it as another video (with black background), and it is possible to OCR, but both isolation and OCR accuracy will make you scratching your head.
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    Originally Posted by danielrika View Post
    I've been trying to rip the subtitles from some movies for years, but no succes !

    After finding this forum, I've downloaded and tried ffmpeg, VideoUpdaterTools, MP4Box, CC Extractor

    And none of them have worked for me !

    The subtitles are hard-coded and can't be disabled

    P.E. there's this movie here : http://movreel.com/jg0kbszhhfgp.html

    Please help me, I'm desperate for an app that can do this !

    Try these http://www.opensubtitles.org/en/subtitles/6008750/big-hero-6-sq Albanian subs
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    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    Thanks, but it's not just this movie ! there are hundreds more !
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  14. The subs are hard coded into the picture. You must use OCR to convert them from graphics to text. Good luck.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    The subs are hard coded into the picture. You must use OCR to convert them from graphics to text. Good luck.
    O, but any app for this ??
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  16. You were already given the names of a few apps that can OCR subs. Even with those apps it will be tedious. Subrip doesn't require AVI, it can open MP4 files. You might need to install AviSynth.
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