robos at geekmail.de
Wed Jan 30 01:47:23 CET 2002
On Tue, 29.01.02, gabor farkas <xlat at pobox.sk> wrote:
> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
> i've got some vobsub-subtitled files...
> i browsed the mail-archive and found some information
> the problem is that i've got an avi file ( x.dub.avi )
> which is a dubbed anime ( an english speaking japanese cartoon).
> and, i have an x.sub.avi which is very short ( approx 7k ),
> + x.sub.idx
> + x.sub.ifo
> + x.sub.sub
> + x.sub.mp3
> now theoretically if i run x.sub.avi (with dvobsub installed ), i should ( at
> least on windows :-) i should get the anime with jap. text and english
> if i run mplayer -vobsub x.sub x.dub.avi then i get english text + english
> subtitles ( which are appearin at bad times ).
> q1: how to solve this
> q2: this is more important :-) is there a way to extract the subtitles
> somehow? i don't want to have this thing in vobsub format. ideally i want to
Yesterday I found something but didn't look to closely at it yet. Look
Maybe this is something, but like I said, didn't look yet.
> remove the english audio and replace it with the japanese one ( it's not a
> problem, because the mp3 file is the jap. audio ) , and create a standard
> english subtitle...
> gabor farkas
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