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Old 6th October 2018, 10:08   #1  |  Link
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Font style .sup

Does anyone know how to create a .sup from .srt like this lovely one:



I can achieve something similar with tsMuxer but there are some
bugs that handles commas, space and italics incorrectly so the result is not usable.
(Oh how I wish roman76r or physic would pick up their work...)

Now I use easySUP but that little app has some limitations.
(Oh how I wish deank would pick up his work...)

SubTitle Edit can nicely export to .sup.
(Oh how I wish Nikse555 would add more options in "Image settings" like the ones in PotPlayer...)

When using PotPlayer I can add outline + second outline width/depth, shadow, also outline blur and gaussian blur.
These settings I use are almost identical to the .sup I want to create.
Unfortunately there is no way to export or save to .sup from PotPlayer.

Any ideas, anyone?

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Maybe you can try to use aegisub to edit the style of the .srt and save it as .ass.
Then avs2bdnxml can be used to render the text subtitles to pgs/sup.
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Maybe you can try to use aegisub to edit the style of the .srt and save it as .ass.
Then avs2bdnxml can be used to render the text subtitles to pgs/sup.
Thanks for the input, much appreciated!
Will look inte these apps, workflow seems complicated though.

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That's Sans Serif Bold.
What seems to be the problem? The shaddow? Nothing prevents you from doing this in any bitmap renderer then replace the bitmap of the tsmuxer (or easysup) with the newly create done, paying attention to the palette.
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That's Sans Serif Bold.
What seems to be the problem? The shaddow? Nothing prevents you from doing this in any bitmap renderer then replace the bitmap of the tsmuxer (or easysup) with the newly create done, paying attention to the palette.
The issue is not the font type.
What I want to do is load an .srt into an app with the possibility to set the output to an .sup with the following settings:

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Load a black video in pot, attach these subtitles, set the output to file, then via a script save as bitmap every changed frame - replace the bitmaps of tsmuxer/easysup with the new ones (manual, script), then see if they need to be repositioned.

Again I am not sure what is not replicable in those software? You said it's not the font. But you have not answered whether it's the shadow, although you quoted the message.
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What is it you don't understand?
1. Demux .sup from BD using tsMuxer.
2. Edit .sup in SubTitle Edit and save as .srt.
3. Open .srt in an app (like easySUP) where I can select font type, (like Segoe UI), add text color/transparency/width/depth/outline color/2nd outline color/shadow/outline blur/gaussian blur, then render/export/save to .sup.

Clear enough?

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