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Old 18th September 2019, 23:20   #801  |  Link
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With so many text-processors, sinking this software into an infinite sea of requests is a bit counterproductive.
Is this in response to the above post or just a random thought on people asking for product enhancements?
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Old 19th September 2019, 08:43   #802  |  Link
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Is this in response to the above post or just a random thought on people asking for product enhancements?
This is a gentle reminding of a feature I've asked some 5 years ago, thinking that maybe the author got caught in a repetitive-loop. At that time it was the only software that could deal with images in BD/M2TS format.
OCR is performed OUTSIDE of this software, and if one half of the users require a -dash before the first line of dialogue and the other half require exactly the opposite, and this goes on and on for the aforementioned period of time, well, ...
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Old 20th September 2019, 21:08   #803  |  Link
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@Matt: Atm, if the duration is longer than "max duration" in settings, then SE just set the duration to 3,5 secs - just changed the code to use "max duration" instead of 3,5 seconds - but perhaps it would be better to just let the user fix that afterwards?
You can set the "max duration" to something large like 20 seconds to allow long duration.

@Ghitulescu: Most changes to SE are from people asking for product enhancements, but I do really try to be careful about what features I add - and I don't want to add everything to SE (like advanced ASS features as we already have Aegisub for that or features that will have very few users). SE focuses on creating/adjusting/fixing/reviewing text subtitles and ocr'ing/converting + translating - the last one is ever changing . New subtitle formats are also very important (like new stuff from Amazon, Netflix or w3c).
In the last five years many improvements has been made in reading bitmap formats from mp4/ts/m2ts/bdsup and converting between/to bitmap based formats - read more here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Su.../Changelog.txt
What was your original request by the way?
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@Matt:
You can set the "max duration" to something large like 20 seconds
Thank you! That works...
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Old 23rd September 2019, 10:51   #805  |  Link
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What was your original request by the way?
I kindly asked for a possibility to change the colours (maps) of the SUP, sort of what DVDSubEdit did for DVD. Essentially, I need to get rif of the stupid black box surrounding the text, to make it transparent.
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Old 28th September 2019, 07:33   #806  |  Link
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...I need to get rif of the stupid black box surrounding the text, to make it transparent.
Could you post/link/email a sample subtitle?
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Could you post/link/email a sample subtitle?
I don't know how to cut full streams comprising subtitles (and to keep them in), therefore I needed 3 days to delete 2000 images one-by-one in order to fit the 200kB limit of doom9:
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File Type: zip ph_exp4_exp_exp.zip (45.3 KB, 6 views)
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Old 6th October 2019, 10:36   #808  |  Link
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Is there a way to fix capitalizion on next line when there wasn't a fullstop/question mark/exclamation etc on the previous line?
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@nekrovski: Try Tools -> Change casing... Normal casing
You can do a compare afterwards to see the changes.
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@Ghitulescu: Perhaps you can use some file host for the sample file or email it to me?
In Bluray sup files each subtitle have it's own palette (up to 255 colors), and vobsub normally has a global 4 color palette.
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In Bluray sup files each subtitle have it's own palette (up to 255 colors), and vobsub normally has a global 4 color palette.
I know this

nevertheless it's easy to find out the background color index entry.
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@nekrovski: Try Tools -> Change casing... Normal casing
You can do a compare afterwards to see the changes.
Thank you, this worked.
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I have a question: When I use "remove text for hearing impaired" it removes the unnecessary SDH tags fine but it adds speaker dashes to some lines. What could be the reason to this? Version 3.5.10.
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Old 11th October 2019, 06:04   #814  |  Link
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@Ghitulescu: Sorry, the attached subtitle is pretty impossible to do anything about... sometimes the text is completely transparent and sometimes the text is just as transparent as the box.

@Verminaard: Could you give some examples? Speaker dashes should be added sometimes...
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Old 11th October 2019, 09:22   #815  |  Link
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I opened the non hearing impaired subtitles from the new Breaking Bad movie, and it didn't find any common errors.
This is the first time I see an original subtitle in which Subtitle Edit doesn't find any common errors.
I was appalled.
Did they, by any chance, used Subtitle Edit for the subtitles?

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@nekrovski: that may be possible: https://partnerhelp.netflixstudios.c...-Subtitle-Edit
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Old 11th October 2019, 17:45   #817  |  Link
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@Ghitulescu: Sorry, the attached subtitle is pretty impossible to do anything about... sometimes the text is completely transparent and sometimes the text is just as transparent as the box.
It's one of those dynamic pallettes, I know, but it's very simple to identify and then change only the background.
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Old 11th October 2019, 22:23   #818  |  Link
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@nikse55

I will send you a link for an example file later. But logically, a function called "Remove" should not be adding something now should it Fix subtitles on the other hand has an option to add dashes. But in my case they're unchecked.

Thanks for responding.

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Old 14th October 2019, 22:36   #819  |  Link
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I have the same problem as Verminaard.

But, after some testing, I think I found something. The tool may have an issue when text for hearing impaired are BOTH italic AND in double lines. I created a little .srt file (attachment) that should explain.
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File Type: 7z SE Removing text for hearing impaired.7z
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Old 17th October 2019, 20:57   #820  |  Link
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@dngnt: In the OCR window you can right click in the list view... and choose "Save all images with HTML index..." or "Export -> BDN xml/png"
I've been using this feature quite a lot. I would suggest that when using
"Export -> BDN xml/png" --> Export all
instead of presenting Desktop as default export directory, to use the current location of the idx/sub or sup file ?
That would be a big time saver.
Thanks for your great job!
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