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  1. I'm converting English SRT subtitles downloaded from a streaming site to Bluray .sup format. Do I need to change the encoding format such as to UTF-8 for example or do I not need to bother?
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  2. load you subtitle and try .. easySup ... I don't think it's necessary
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    I like SubtitleEdit better. IIRC easySup suffers from a 24fps bug and IMO SubtitleEdit makes a better picture.
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  4. What's the 24fps bug?
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    After creating SUP for 24fps, subtitles display go out of sync. IIRC it will act as 23.976fps SUP.
    There is a remedy to it by importing it into BDSup2Sub, set both in- and output framerate to 24 fps and export again. Then you're good to go.
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