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Old 18 Feb 2006, 08:33 PM   #61
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DVDSubEdit is finally out of beta!
Version 1.0 is now available here...



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I downloaded your Version 1.0 and I got it to work the way you described.
I moved the subtitles down, brightened the outer pixels, and was able to change all VCIDs at the same time by clicking apply modifs to all.
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Old 18 Feb 2006, 11:15 PM   #62
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@Jean - usual problem - verison is 0.62 in properties

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Old 19 Feb 2006, 03:50 AM   #63
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@Jean - usual problem - verison is 0.62 in properties

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What else is new

@MikeyBK, good!
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Old 3 Mar 2006, 03:45 AM   #64
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Version 1.1 of DVDSubEdit is now available here...


Main new feature is the ability to erase parts of subtitles bracketed with '[' or '(' or to detect music notes.

Here's the change log from Version 1.0
  • Added an OCR setup panel with options for OCR, and hearing-impaired text removal.
  • Added menus to hide/erase hearing-impaired text in subtitles. The remaining text can be optionally recentered or realigned.
  • GOCR now recognizes (most?) music notes. They are marked as '#' in the output text.
  • Added ability to move subpics with the mouse. Just grab and move!
  • Improved the display mechanism, it is now much much faster.
  • DVDSubEdit now lets you reload individual (or all) SPUs from a sup file (undo).
  • The "Open vob file" dialog now allows selecting several vobs.
  • The various save and open dialogs (vob, sup, ppm and srt) now independently remember their default directories. Very convenient.
  • When opening a sup file, the dialog to optionally load the IFO now defaults to the same directory the sup file was in.
  • Added "Go to" field to go to a specific spu (Ctrl-G).
  • Fixed common 'o'->'Q', 'V'->'Y', 'z'->'_', ':'->'_' OCR mistakes.
  • Improved the OCR speed when the subpic background occupies the full frame.
  • The "save as txt" function now saves as a proper .srt file.
  • Added a couple shortcuts (Home and End now go to first and last SPU in current selection).
  • Added display of "percent done" in progress dialog.
  • The built-in pdf doc (shortcut: F1) is (nearly) up-to-date.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the small progress dialog to not close properly if the main window was minimized.
  • Last but not least: The file version number now matches the actuall version number (this one for blutach!)

Thanks to CoNS for many tests, and many many suggestions for improvements.
Feedback is most welcome!
Enjoy...
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Amazing as usual.

The ability to move the sub by the mouse is wonderful.

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Old 3 Mar 2006, 08:47 AM   #66
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Truly outstanding.

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Old 3 Mar 2006, 08:50 AM   #67
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I like the hide hearing impaired function. One mouse click to remove all the hearing impaired subs in one go.
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Old 3 Mar 2006, 08:59 AM   #68
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I'm still a bit of an old fart in that regard - identifying the stream and stripping it with VobBlanker or Rebuilder. But I'll give this method a go next time.

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I'm still a bit of an old fart in that regard - identifying the stream and stripping it with VobBlanker or Rebuilder. But I'll give this method a go next time.

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They can only strip the whole sub though can't they? I was refering to hiding the part of the sub that is for hearing impaired which are in [ ] or # for music. It turns hearing impaired subs into normal subs.
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Aaah - I see. Have not tried that. Would be very useful.

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I'm still a bit of an old fart in that regard - identifying the stream and stripping it with VobBlanker or Rebuilder. But I'll give this method a go next time.
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Hearing-impaired subs seem to be a R1-specific problem! In R2, apparently, they get much fewer of these types of subtitles, but in R1, nearly all the movies have 1 english track which is intended for both normal and hearing-impaired viewers.
The challenge lies in slectively removing full subs, like
[giggles]
or partial ones like:
[screaming] "You can't do that!"

(removing the "[screaming]" part of it).
It is true that subs like the first one above (no useful text) are very very distracting and should be removed by default if you're not hard of hearing...
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Old 3 Mar 2006, 09:22 AM   #72
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Of course, mon ami, if you are not hard of hearing, you don't tend to have subs on anyway (except forced and quasi-forced streams)

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I have several R2 DVD's where the only English sub is Hearing Impaired. There is no regular sub to choose.
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Of course, mon ami, if you are not hard of hearing, you don't tend to have subs on anyway (except forced and quasi-forced streams)
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Not if you're french! !
But some might argue that it's a particular form of hearing-impairment!
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Old 3 Mar 2006, 09:28 AM   #75
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You know my love of your native language Jean.

And I think you would have no need for subbies now. That doesn't mean R2 folks (especially) don't need them - you're right, of course.

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