[MPlayer-dev-eng] [libass] re: render plain text subtitles in color?
eugeni.stepanov at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 18:00:37 CEST 2006
On Wednesday 16 August 2006 18:02, compn wrote:
> would the style be in an ssa style file? -ass-default-style file.ssa ?
Not sure. Probably a file, since style definitions are long.
> >> also any chance to display two subtitles at once?
> > That's possible. With styles, different subtitles can be assigned
> > different colors, positions (margins), or even one of them can be made
> > toptitle. I'm not sure what the user interface for this feature should
> > be. Maybe like this: 'b' scrolls over available subtitle tracks, and 'v'
> > (or some other key) turns the current subtitle on/off, not affecting the
> > other ones ?
> 'j' key cycles/off/on the bottom subs while 'b' key cycles/off/on the
Why only subtitles and toptitles ? Maybe someone wants midtitles :)
-sid accepts multiple values. These subtitles will be displayed
simultaniously. n-th track (file) will be displayed using n-th style from the
file given by -ass-styles option. The default (hardcoded) file contains 2
styles: one for subtitles and one for toptitles.
'b' and 'j' cycle the first and the second subtitle tracks.
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