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    Hi everybody!

    I have the following situation - I made subtitles for a cleint in srt, pac and stl formats.
    When sending files to client I received the following comment:

    Everything seems good, there is italics and positioning. My only issue that I found was that the positioning is not in the first ten boxes.

    Could anybody explain to me what exactly the client means?
    Thank you
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    How did you make the subs? What software?

    But I have no idea what they mean with 10 boxes? Maybe 10 first lines?
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    Hi,

    The files were generated via EZ titles.
    And no, there are no "empty lines"....
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    Originally Posted by borianata View Post
    Hi everybody!

    I have the following situation - I made subtitles for a cleint in srt, pac and stl formats.
    When sending files to client I received the following comment:

    Everything seems good, there is italics and positioning. My only issue that I found was that the positioning is not in the first ten boxes.

    Could anybody explain to me what exactly the client means?
    Thank you
    Haven't you asked the client yet?

    FWIW: the SRT format does not support "absolute-positioning";
    yes, certain software understand the SRT positioning instructions, but these latter are a non-standard "feature".

    I have never seen nor used the PAC and STL formats, so I won't comment about them.

    Originally Posted by eztitles.com
    With the integrated cloud services
    No, thanks.
    Last edited by El Heggunte; 19th Jul 2016 at 05:21. Reason: clarity
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