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Old 10th June 2010, 11:12   #81  |  Link
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Here is how it looks:

With light shadow:


Without shadow:


It takes about 2-3 mins to process 500 subpictures in 1080p, about 1min for 720p (and 20-30secs for 480/576i).

No external filters/plugins are used in the avisynth script.

It supports, left/center/right alignment, bottom offset, font size/color/outline, shadow, blur, opacity... Breaks long lines in ssa/ass, converts {000}{000} microDVD sub and ssa/ass to srt before converting to png/xml/sup.

Requires only avisynth and java (for bdsup2sub).

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Old 10th June 2010, 13:57   #82  |  Link
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Download link: 1.3MB standalone package

Download link: 125KB executable only (if you have multiAVCHD, just put it in multiAVCHD folder).


As you can see, it is quite simple, but some people need just that.



XML+PNG are saved in a .rar archive in source file folder (just like easySUP does).
SUP is saved in source file folder.

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p.s. Red/Blue colors were swapped, but it is fixed now.

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// I forgot to add that goSUP supports multiple source files. You can drag&drop multiple text subtitles to the file-box and get them processed in batch.

// Font size and offset are re-calculated for the resolution selected, so you don't have to change the settings each time.

// Blur option extended to 0-6. Just re-download the .exe and replace it.
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Old 10th June 2010, 17:27   #83  |  Link
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great tool an fast now

I will test with scenaristBD
I am not sure but I think I need 8bit
and 1080 in the height

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Old 10th June 2010, 17:49   #84  |  Link
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Ok.. let me know if it works at all in scenarist...

I made it a bit user friendly with real-time subtitle preview.



I don't think you need full 1920x1080 frames, but if you do I'll add an option for full-frame encoding. It will be slower, of course.

I believe you can get 8bit PNGs if you load the .sup in BDsup2sub and export as BDN/XML.
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Old 10th June 2010, 21:28   #85  |  Link
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I tried to import in scenaristBD and I get this log:

Error : Invalid Framerate. 250000
Error : Parse Error. I:\BD_AUTH\gosup\output.xml
<Description> <Format>
Info : BDNImport completed.(I:\BD_AUTH\gosup\output.xml)

I exchanged the xml header from a BDN file which works:


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<!-- created by DVDLogic Advanced Subtitler Version 1.5 -->
<BDN Version="0.93" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="">
<Description>
<Name Title="" Content="" />
<Language Code="eng" />
<Format VideoFormat="1080p" FrameRate="25" DropFrame="false" />

then I get this log:

Error : Failed to read palette.
Error : BDNImport failed. check an Event#1(001326-000000).
Info : BDNImport completed.(I:\BD_AUTH\gosup\output_korr.xml)

It seems to parse the XML now
but I think it definitely needs 8bit png

hope it helps

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Old 10th June 2010, 21:31   #86  |  Link
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You changed the framerate in the xml from 25.000 to 25, right?

WIll you try to load the XML in BDsup2sub and convert it again to BDN/XML and check if it will work?

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It is a bug with 24.000, 25.000, 30.000, 50.000 and 60.000 fps. Re-download the .exe
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You changed the framerate in the xml from 25.000 to 25, right?

yes, to 25 but in fact I exchanged the whole header

WIll you try to load the XML in BDsup2sub and convert it again to BDN/XML and check if it will work?
how do I load the xml in BDsup2sub?
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Old 10th June 2010, 22:29   #88  |  Link
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I fixed the framerate and goSUP will now create 8bit PNGs.
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Old 11th June 2010, 08:28   #89  |  Link
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Thank you Dean
I tried but I cannot find the rar file

hiere the path I get from the logfile
I:\BD_AUTH\Easy_SUP\easySUP\WALK.BDN.8bit.eng.rar


I am wondering if the naming pattern of the rar file has too many dots
could this be a problem?

something like WALK_BDN_8bit_eng.rar
would be better perhaps



with easy sup I have the same problem with the 8bit rar
I can find the 32bit rar file but not the 8 bit

here rhe scenarist specs for subtitles:

Presentation
graphics
(subtitles)
Up to 256 colors (8 bits) supported. Images
must be saved as indexed. Alpha channels are
supported with PNG files.
PNG (.png)
TIFF (.tif, .tiff)

thanks

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Do you have the full goSUP download?
If not, make sure to download it.

Make sure that you have JAVA installed, otherwise bdsup2sub will not work and won't create 8bit PNGs.

//

Try this archive and check if Scenarist will accept the XML.

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The log from goSUP should look like:
Code:
[11:08:26] Creating PNG/XML files... (1 of 1)
[11:08:26] Info: 41 lines / 331636 frames @ 25 fps
[11:08:26] Creating PNG+XML for PGS/SUP...
[11:08:32] Creating BDN/XML/PNG (8bit)...
[11:08:36] Completed.
[11:08:36] Creating BDN+XML (8bit PNG) RAR archive...
[11:08:36] Saved BDN XML+PNG (8bit):
--> C:\calcit\test.BDN.8bit.eng.rar
Of course, you need to select "PNG+XML" or "XML+SUP" from the 'format' drop-list.
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I just updated goSUP to set 'start-time' for the first subtitle to at least 2*framerate frame. Otherwise tsMuxeR won't mux the SUP properly and subtitles never show.

In brief it means that if 1st subtitle start-time is less than 2 seconds it is set to ~2 seconds.

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it works now

I could generate and import xml+png 8bit in scenarist BD

great

I could even run the program under wine in linux but it is too slow

do you plan to release for linux too?

thanks

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No, I can't do that. And I don't think there is a reliable avisynth version for Linux, is there?
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ok I forgot you need avisynth

there is a solution which consists to run avs2yuv.exe under wine and it works if avisynth is installed under wine but it is complicated look at:

http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/inde...t-1333264.html

i am experimenting in the field of BD authoring with open source programs

and was impressed by x264 compared to the "big encoders"

I will further experiment with your multiavchd for blu-ray
I just made one quick test.

is there a way to fully customize menus? (popup and disc)
if you need I could give you some layered photoshop files we use for this purpose

thanks

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Full customization... user background (static or motion) video and audio. You can customize the button labels and positions, but that's about it. Basically you can do anything, but you'll have to use these small square navigation buttons. Take a look at the templates included (use [properties] / [more] / [load template] / [preview]).

If you want to discuss anything about multiAVCHD, please use the thread here and not this one about subtitles.

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I don't see any button to load video.

Video is loaded dragging into window?

m2ts files are supported?

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goSUP: no video
easySUP: video must have the same name as the subtitle file which you load in the application.

video.m2ts
video.srt
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Thanks

I load 00009.srt and easySup says

Quote:
Video properties imported! (00009.m2ts)
Video: 1920x1080 @ 23.976, Duration: 7890 sec (189170 frames)
But I don't see movie, only a blue background and text .:easySUP:. centered.

I click to preview as tooltip states, but nothing happens.

EDIT: I installed ffdshow, and now I see the movie

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Hey! new here
Dean, nice work on easySUP
I just got one small problem
a couple days ago I tried to convert an ass sub to sup, it came with fonts
it load both the ass and fonts fine but when I tried it again today it did not load
the fonts anymore, the ass sub loaded fine though
any ideas as to why it won't load them?
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There is no change in easySUP, so it must be something on your end. If you installed/removed fonts from your system or did other changes - it may affected the process.
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