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  1. Hello,

    can you tell me how to change/replace a single subtitle image in a PGS or in a VobSub Subtitle File?

    I have one single incorrect subtitle image on a BluRay which i want to change through a correct one.

    First, i have to get the correct subtitle image out of the PGS (.sup) or the VobSub (.sub). Can you tell me how to? Then, i have to replace this image with the incorrect one. But I don't know how. Googled enough but hadn't found a tool or anything.
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    Hi,
    in Subtitle edit import File/importOCR Blu-ray (.sup) file. Then perform OCR with grammar check. Then you have text. Correct it and export it as sup???
    I hope it will works for you. If you start with sup file...

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  3. No, that does not work. I want to keep the style of the PGS.
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    What is wrong with style, there is plenty of option. Or you can export them as PNG and work with each separately. If is it worth of it.
    Bernix
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  5. What is the name of the programm? Saving as png sounds like a step in the right direction.
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    Not sure about step in right direction. Subtitle edit. And export as BDN xml/png

    EDIT: maybe yes, there is also option Import images. Even import timecodes, which can be in XML format, so I suppose it is in Exported XML.

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    Last edited by Bernix; 13th Nov 2017 at 16:16. Reason: EDIT
    Video Avidemux, Mkvtoolnix, Subtitle edit, Vidcoder. Other software that I love :Animation: Opentoonz, Painting: Krita, Video capture: OBS studio, Video player: Potplayer, TV recording: VLC, NLE: KDEnlive
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  7. Originally Posted by Gregostus View Post
    First, i have to get the correct subtitle image out of the PGS (.sup) or the VobSub (.sub). Can you tell me how to? Then, i have to replace this image with the incorrect one.
    DVDSubEdit can both extract the subtitle from the DVD (not from VobSubs) as a BMP and then after you edit it, put it back in. This is for DVD SUP files. I don't know about Blu-Rays. Here's the guide for this:

    http://download.videohelp.com/DVDSubEdit/UserManual/helpfile.htm

    Scroll down to Section 4.
    Last edited by manono; 13th Nov 2017 at 22:16.
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  8. You can do it with either BDSup2Sub or Subtitle Edit. For PGS:

    In BDSup2Sub drop the .sup file onto it. Export as XML/PNG. Edit the PNG in question. Drop the XML onto BDSup2Sub and export as SUP(BD)

    Similar in Subtitle Edit. File -> Import Blu-ray (Sup). In the OCR window Right click -> Export -> BDN xml/png. Edit the png and open the xml.

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    You can do the same for vobsub.
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  9. Thank you videobruger, that is exactly what i wanted to do. This is my standard tool for subtitles, but I've never found out this option.
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