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Blue*Dragon 2003-11-15 04:06

wich program can you fansub a anime
 
wich program can you fansub a anime eps :help: .

i wanna to start with translation for the naruto eps but wich prog is the best.
i thougt first Window Movie maker nop no effect on it and Ulead videostudio 6 too much loading. So wich prog is the best for using subbing with effect.

plz tell me, i wanna start with translating naruto eps into Dutch
:help: :help: :help: :help: :help:

Shenlong 2003-11-15 04:18

http://forums.animesuki.com/showthread.php?t=573

boneyjellyfish 2003-11-15 04:19

Hmm... well, I suppose you could try the old method of VirtualDub and SubStation Alpha.

Blue*Dragon 2003-11-15 04:21

okey thnx for the info. i will check it out

Blue*Dragon 2003-11-15 04:43

hhmm.. can't they not but a good player where you see the
hour,min,sec,hunderd of a second. like BSPlayer

Shii 2003-11-15 04:50

Uhhhh. Sub Station Alpha? For video, XombieSub?

Blue*Dragon 2003-11-15 14:42

uhm i need some help with it.

i was finished with the Sub Station, now is my question: how can i put the txt in the videofile?

hhaamu 2003-11-15 15:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by Blue*Dragon
i was finished with the Sub Station, now is my question: how can i put the txt in the videofile?

You either
a) put it in the same container as the video, as softsubs, or
b) encode them as hardsubs with the video with a program like VirtualDub

Sakaki- 2003-11-15 18:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by Blue*Dragon
uhm i need some help with it.

i was finished with the Sub Station, now is my question: how can i put the txt in the videofile?


Using the text sub filter opening the subs on the video raw file in vdub, then you can get a nice view of how to do a basic XviD encode to a avi container.

http://www.doom9.org/xvid-vdub.htm
(Note: if you want to make really nice encodes learning AVS (Avisynth) is a good thing.)

Take Care
Sakaki-

Tabiree 2003-11-15 22:52

Thank Robot Jesus you're doing it in Dutch


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