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luminus 20th July 2004 03:01 PM

My time(er) is not running, so subs won't start. Any ideas?
 
Hi, just found shrek 2. Unfortunately when i start it in bs my timer does not start (not in any program btw) This means my sub with the first line at 0.55.00 wont start. Any ideas how to fix it?

BSPeter 20th July 2004 10:01 PM

"Found Shrek 2" ??!! :lol: (sure that "Brein" didn't loose it? :twisted: )
Are subtitles shown with other movies?
Are you sure your subtitle-file is OK
(Otherwise perhaps have a look here)
:wink:

luminus 21st July 2004 09:48 AM

the subfile is alright. Shrek the movie isn't. There is no timestamp. If you're lets say half an hour in the movie the timer/clock still says 00.00.00. btw i did get the subs from the site you mentioned. my native language you see. So how do i get the timestamp to work?

BSPeter 22nd July 2004 12:03 AM

I was aware that you're from The Netherlands and consequently that - most probably - Dutch was your native language. That's why I mentioned that particular site (as well as "Brein").
Very strange phenomenon indeed. You did not mention what type of file (and codec used) your movie-file is. [Check item 2 of my Help-to-Help post; link hereunder].
Is it perhaps possible to load it in (e.g.) VirtualDub (and make a "direct stream" copy (setting for both audio and video))?
:wink:

luminus 22nd July 2004 10:39 AM

It's a MPEG file, named: "Shrek.2.SVCD.TELESYNC-VideoCD". It won't load in virtualdub. No videofiles found in file, it says. Very strange. But i think i'll give up searching and trying, just have to do it without the subs.

adicoto 22nd July 2004 09:01 PM

It's a SVCD file. Download and install an MPEG2 decoder.
SVCD files can't be opened by VirtualDub. But try VirtualdubMod or VirtualDubMPEG2.


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