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I just wanted a fairly, simple experience and not keep asking a millions questions and VideoSubFinder with it faults is just better imo
But who knows, I have to try yours to truly see. But if it takes a lot of processing power, coding or line command knowledge than VSF is the best option for me lol
Even today I was able to pull some subs not bad. Using gImagereader not ABBY Fine Reader. Now I'll just check my subs and timing and be done.
It seems the other guy gave up. Can't say I blame him hahaha
Last edited by notgood; 7th Feb 2022 at 20:28.
OP asked about how to use InpaintDelogo, not whatever you imagine here. Strangely you keep insisting on VST when OP wrote already that its results are not good for him.
If SubRip, VST, Tesseract results are good for you then use them, no one is forcing you to use anything else. Thanks for sharing your "few days" experience.
But if it's white, why do you insist that is square? I noticed I should do things, perhaps I need to do more things I don't know about, please let me know.
Now I remember, you're the one who keeps getting upset that the app isn't that great like VideoSubFinder and keep trying to disparage VSF. And have very little patience with people trying to use your app. If you're still this upset after a month... wow lol
Last edited by notgood; 25th Mar 2022 at 06:38.
Piggybacking in this old thread: I'm a bit at loss on how to use InpaintDelogo, any advise will be helpful:
I have a video that uses 5 different colours for subtitle. Will I need to create 5 masks manually, or can I use a DyMask/DynTyne to extract all the subtitles?
I have measured pixel info for the subtitle colours and the colour ranges are:
Range 1, HEX= [BA9C80 BB9881 BC9A82 BD9A83 BD9B82 BE9982]
Range 2, HEX= [C59591 C5959D C5959D C59690 C5969C C59792 C59890 C59892]
Range 3, HEX= [C69492 C6959C C6979D C6979D C6989D ]
Range 4, HEX= [D18E51 D18E52 D18E53 D18F53 D19053 ]
Range 5, HEX= [D78364 D78364 D88264 D88364 D88366]
But I do not know how to apply these pixel info correctly. I tried DynMask5/DynColor but it still misses many subs. DynMask2+DynTune does a good job for couple of colour ranges but misses out the rest. I guess I should do colour by colour in steps, but I do not know how. Any pointers / tips would be helpful
Is that for karaoke subs? They are not very suitable for extraction, anyway, cut video sample of them.
You don't need to add different shades for one color, there is color tolerance parameter.
There is support for multiple colors at once, but I never tried it.
Last edited by VoodooFX; 14th Jul 2022 at 13:29.
Those subtitles are moving, you can't extract such stuff.