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Metal Head 21st August 2002 09:59 AM

Subtitles for a 2 cd movie
 
Don´t know if it´s just me :oops: but I can´t seem to find a way to a way to get the subtitles loaded for a two part movie without first loading it for the first part and then separetly for the other.

Any help greatly appreciated :D

Matimott 21st August 2002 12:57 PM

You must make an ini/bsi file

in the section sub enter your subs and also the starttime=number of frame of the previous part...

so that the player will synchronize it.

you can also use inimaker to create your bsi file...
after this launch the player by dragging the bsi file on it, and that's good

Hope it Helps
Matimott

Metal Head 21st August 2002 02:00 PM

Didn´t quite make it clear in the first post but I have two separate movie files and also two separate subtitle files.

Can the same method be used anyway?

Atleast Inimaker seemed to only be able to set 1 subtitle even though you have several movie files.

Thanx for the help anyway!

Matimott 22nd August 2002 09:13 AM

This player doesn't need that you cut your subtitle file in two part.
The subtitle file must be the same on all cd.

So if you have two separate sub file for each movie part, you'd have to find the whole sub file, or try to "add" your second file to the first one using subadjust to calculate the new frame number ( see the reference time function). After this, just append the text in the first sub file...

I think it's easier to find another sub file.

Metal Head 22nd August 2002 08:09 PM

Now why didn´t I think of that :?

Using a single subtitle would definetly be the best and easiest solution.

Have used subwiever before where you need a subtitle for each movie part so I was kind of stuck on that.

Many thanx for the help :D

LordIntruder 23rd August 2002 11:14 PM

It's the best solution ONLY if you make your rips to be viewed by you or people that use BSPlayer.

On the other hand, if you make a single subtitle file for a 2 CD set and distribute your work in newsgroups, people who doesn't want to use BSPlayer will be bored because the second CD won't have correct subtitles position and not everybody can rework a subtitle to synch it with the movie.

What I do now is I cut my subtitles and put them in a folder for those who want to play the avi with another player but I also make my full work with one subtitle file 'cause I use BSPlayer of course. ;)


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