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Old 12th July 2003
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Default Wrong timing please help

I have a problem, my avi and the subtitle don't work together. The subtitle go slower then the videos.
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Use shift and arrows. The subtitle has another fps than movie
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This is no error in BSPlayer.
Your subtitle and your movie are not in sync with each other.
Framerate can be different, or starting point is different.
You can use SubSync to correct the subtitle file.
Using BSPlayer to correct timing is not very usefull,
you need to adjust it every time over again.
If you use SubSync you only have to correct it once.
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More in detail:
You could use keyboard shortcuts:
Ctrl+Left/Right:
. Subtitles time correction -/+
. VobSub subtitles dec/inc delay
Shift+Left/Right:
. Subtitles time correction -/+ (small steps)
. VobSub subtitles dec/inc speed

or you could indeed re-sync using e.g. SubSync, which I personally find very easy and simple to use and it does its job perfectly.
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Default yasubsync - yet another sub sync tool

:idea: you can use this online subsync tool
http://www.auuuh.com/subsync.
just paste your subtitles and save the result
in a new synched subtitles file
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cjdijk
This is no error in BSPlayer.
Your subtitle and your movie are not in sync with each other.
Framerate can be different, or starting point is different.
You can use SubSync to correct the subtitle file.
Using BSPlayer to correct timing is not very usefull,
you need to adjust it every time over again.
If you use SubSync you only have to correct it once.
I have similar problem. BSPLayer read my movie (original rate of 25fps) with 24.6-24.8 fps while subtitle is display with 25 fps. After few mins, it is not synchronized anymore? What should I do to fix this?
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