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8th April 2009
 adicoto Moderator BS.Player Master Join Date: Jan 2003 Location: Romania Age: 55 Posts: 5,247 Rep Power: 30

So, a little bit of study over this file. The file is a MKV file, AVC / AAC and an internal ASS subtitle file. I demuxed the subtitle file using 2 different programs: VirtualDubMod and MKVextract.

VirtualDubMod result is somehow close to an srt file:

Code:

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00:00:59,120 --> 00:01:04,790
15
00:00:59,120 --> 00:01:04,790
293,0,OP_English,,0000,0000,0000,,{\be1}{\fad(480,0)}Life is still too long for me to want to erase these feelings.
16
00:01:06,080 --> 00:01:11,420
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00:01:06,080 --> 00:01:11,420
294,0,OP_English,,0000,0000,0000,,{\be1}{\fad(480,360)}I want to try and redo those things I left undone.
MKVextract file is a little bit different, as indeed, it's a ASS file. The same part as above will be:

Code:

Dialogue: 0,0:00:59.12,0:01:04.79,OP_Romaji,,0000,0000,0000,,{\be1}{\fad(480,0)}kono omoi wo keshite shimau ni wa mada jinsei nagai deshou

Dialogue: 0,0:00:59.12,0:01:04.79,OP_English,,0000,0000,0000,,{\be1}{\fad(480,0)}Life is still too long for me to want to erase these feelings.
As you can see, the 2 subtile lines have same time stamp and are separated by another function inside the ass file.
On the other hand, the first subtitle (srt-like) probably is treated as a srt file and one of the lines is ignored instead of being posted on top of screen.
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