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zz1 23rd June 2006 08:31 AM

custom subtitles for dvd
 
It would be REALLY nice if BSPlayer could display custom text-based subtitles when playing DVD.

Great work though!

J7N 25th June 2006 12:53 AM

BSPlayer will display text subtitles when playing MPEG-2 streams. Copy all the VOBs to your harddisk into one (several gigabytes long) file and load the subtitles you want. You may need to apply a delay.

(yes, i have never believed in the over-complicated DVD structure, IFOs, etc)

zz1 26th June 2006 08:21 AM

That is too much work to do just to play a DVD. Plus if I do this aspect ratio won't be correct.

I think it would be possible if subtitles were loaded for a specific title.

PS: It can be done with mplayer, but that player is very user unfriendly.

grendizer 26th June 2006 09:20 AM

The problem is that a dvd movie is made of several vob's (most of the time) so one subtitle could not work for many files.

J7N 27th June 2006 12:20 PM

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Plus if I do this aspect ratio won't be correct.
Not sure about v2.0, but in v1.36 the aspect ratio is taken from the MPEG-2 stream, not any IFOs on the original DVD. And you can always return to the original unscaled image by choosing Aspect Ratio -> Original.

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The problem is that a dvd movie is made of several vob's (most of the time) so one subtitle could not work for many files.
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Copy all the VOBs to your harddisk into one (several gigabytes long) file

Tizio 27th June 2006 03:02 PM

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Originally Posted by J7N
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The problem is that a dvd movie is made of several vob's (most of the time) so one subtitle could not work for many files.
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Copy all the VOBs to your harddisk into one (several gigabytes long) file

Or split the subtitles :wink:

artam 29th June 2006 01:14 PM

A couple of years ago I used something named PowerDVD Subtitle (it does still exist a link to get it http://solair.eunet.yu/~milansd/ug.html )

It worked well with PowerDVD 5 with subtitles in MicroDVD format.


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