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Old 12th December 2017, 00:06   #201  |  Link
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hmm, I was interested into testing its potential but aegisub doesn't detect its presence like vsfiltermod or xy-vsfilter.

It might be a good alternative for fansubbers (I do typesetting / edition).
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Old 12th December 2017, 00:10   #202  |  Link
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Well, Aegisub already does offer libass rendering...
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Old 12th December 2017, 00:35   #203  |  Link
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of course, and the latest libass that it's based on is the v0.13.1. Since then, there have been improvements and fixes.

Just for example, vsfiltermod crashes when vector shapes have coordinate values in floating point (after re-sampling the resolution).
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Old 13th December 2017, 04:18   #204  |  Link
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hmm, I was interested into testing its potential but aegisub doesn't detect its presence like vsfiltermod or xy-vsfilter.

It might be a good alternative for fansubbers (I do typesetting / edition).
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Well, Aegisub already does offer libass rendering...
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of course, and the latest libass that it's based on is the v0.13.1. Since then, there have been improvements and fixes.

Just for example, vsfiltermod crashes when vector shapes have coordinate values in floating point (after re-sampling the resolution).
Libass support in aegisub is unfortunately built-in so to keep it up to date, you have to build the entire aegisub project.

But i took a look at the csri interface and it was simple enough so i included it in assfiltermod. Now you can just copy assfiltermod.dll in the csri folder of aegisub and you can select it just like vsfilter.

Here is a build that i tested on Aegisub 3.2.2 and all seems fine.
I added a new entry in the registry "CSRIFontsDir" that you can fill with a path(full folder path) to fonts files you want to auto-load.

x32: http://www.mediafire.com/file/73h86i...sri_v2_x32.zip
x64: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3pb5ae...sri_v2_x64.zip

It seems stable but will need some testing!

Have fun!

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Code:
- Fixed a rendering glitch with csri (shadow box around subtitles on a dark background)
- Added support for font ligatures with the registry key "DisableFontLigatures" (0 = Enabled, 1 = Disabled)
- Added Avisynth support:
 - Works only on RGB32
 - Filter name is "AssRender(file, fonts, scale, lig, mask)
 - file(string) = .ass file (Required)
 - fonts(string) = fonts folder to auto-load (Default: "")
 - scale(double) = subtitles scaling (Default: 1.0)
 - lig(bool) = font ligatures (Default: false)
 - mask(bool) = when true, render on a black background (Default: false)
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Old 9th January 2018, 12:53   #205  |  Link
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AssFilterMod doesn't load external subtitles.
The only way to do so it's forcing AssFilterModAutoLoad. But this isn't an optimal solution because in this way AssFilterMod is loaded even when it isn't necessary
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Old 13th January 2018, 15:00   #206  |  Link
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it seems i cant change subtitle's font like xysubfiltter
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Old 28th January 2018, 16:04   #207  |  Link
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I am interested in WEBVTT support. WEBVTT is used by YouTube for all of its videos which contains one or more subtitle streams.
However if I have a file with a muxed WEBVTT subtitle stream, I would like to play it with my favourite Media Player, which his Directshow based.

Steps I did already:
https://github.com/mbunkus/mkvtoolnix/issues/1592
-> MKVToolNix can mux WEBVTT according to the specs they released for this.
-> asked nevcairiel, the author of LAV Filters to add support for WEBVTT

Now there is a subtitle renderer needed to support it.

I hope you are interested in it and add support of WEBVTT.

If you have any question, need a sample file or anything else, let me know
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Old 30th March 2018, 09:06   #208  |  Link
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Installing doesn't work for 0.4, I always get the error message that the assfiltermod.dll module could not be found.

EDIT: Nvm, resetting pc worked...

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