film subtitling .avi/DVD - what is easier/quicker?
Thread poster: Mikhail Kriviniouk

Mikhail Kriviniouk  Identity Verified
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Mar 8, 2004

Would appreciate any advice on subtitling films. I am subtitling a 2 hour film. Doing it in MPEG-4, (.avi) in Adobe Premier. Seems a bit too cumbersome to do a separate video timeline and then incorporating it into the main videostream and then recompressing... DVD subtitles - small file are they not - which do not requite re-rendering the main video file. Am I wrong? Anyone has any experience of any software which would let me make a DVD subtitling file?

Thanks


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xxxchance
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Subtitle Workshop Mar 8, 2004

You may have a look at:

http://www.urusoft.net/products.php?cat=sw&lang=1

Good luck!


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Nedzad Selmanovic
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try Subtitle Workshop Mar 8, 2004

As mentioned in previous answer, try Subtitle Workshop. It is reliable and very useful.

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Mikhail Kriviniouk  Identity Verified
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Thanks. Great Mar 11, 2004

Thanks guys! The little program is just fantastic. Works very fast. Makes subtitles which can be played directly in BSplayer... Exactly what the doctor ordered. NICE!

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Mikhail Kriviniouk  Identity Verified
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More soft needed... Nov 22, 2004

Anyone knows a good programme which would handle formats PAC and STL (the latter is not the same as Subtitle Workshop supported .stl format), I really do not want to buy "Spot 4.1" for just one job, I am sure there must be a programme somwhere which could convert these blasted formats to something Subtitle Workshop can handle... I just don't know where.

Any ideas?


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nOOb
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... Nov 10, 2005

DVD Subtitling is easier and faster!
If u wanna subtitle in DVD, you just have to get a subtitling software and start subtitling!
If you want more details about DVD subtitling, send me a PM or wait because soon I'll post a Subtitling tutorial.


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mkimcpa
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Does any one have answer to Mikhail's question? Mar 28, 2006

Mikhail Kriviniouk wrote:

Anyone knows a good programme which would handle formats PAC and STL (the latter is not the same as Subtitle Workshop supported .stl format), I really do not want to buy "Spot 4.1" for just one job, I am sure there must be a programme somwhere which could convert these blasted formats to something Subtitle Workshop can handle... I just don't know where.

Any ideas?


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Carla Schaudt  Identity Verified
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No idea, really Mar 29, 2006

I am sure there must be a programme somwhere which could convert these blasted formats to something Subtitle Workshop can handle... I just don't know where.

Hello Michael and Kim,
the reason nobody answered in the first place may have been that there is no cheaper / simpler program than Spot, which is already a budget program ...

I'm eager to be convinced of the opposite, though.

Kind regards,
Carla


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