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Old 6th September 2018, 08:38   #1  |  Link
Victoria5
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Adobe Encore and Hearing Impaired subtitles

Hi there,


First post here !

So well, yes... I still author DVDs and blu-rays using Adobe Encode, as this is only an occasional need (5 or 6 DVDs and blu-rays per year). It's really a dumb software regarding subtitles, but most of time I can do the job anyway.

But here is my new issue : I need to put an optionnal hearing impaired subtitles track on a blu-ray, and Encore can't handle it as there's several font colors (dialogs are white or yellow, musics are purple, sound effects are red, etc...).

I'm sure that Scenarist will do the job, but I can't afford it only for ONE blu-ray... So is there a solution to achieve this ? For example authoring in Encore with a white font subtitles track, then edit the blu-ray folder or ISO file to replace the subtitles with the proper version ?

Thanks for any suggestion, I'm really lost...
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