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Old 2007-10-18, 17:04   Link #1
dazedoutpinoy
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Is it possible to convert a video from a soft sub to a hard sub?

Anyone out there know how to convert soft subs into hard subs? And if there is any good programs out there that can do the job well.
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Old 2007-10-18, 17:44   Link #2
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Yes, there obviously is since all hardsubs are "softsubs" at first... It involves reencoding the video though so you need Virtualdub or MeGUI or something.

http://aegisub.cellosoft.com/docs/At...itles_to_video
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Old 2007-10-19, 20:30   Link #3
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For the 25% or so of us running Macs, Quicktime Pro with Perian will export softsubs utterly painlessly. Just pick the format you want, it'll combine the subs and video track automatically.
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Old 2007-10-19, 21:28   Link #4
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Originally Posted by mukansa monkey View Post
For the 25% or so of us running Macs, Quicktime Pro with Perian will export softsubs utterly painlessly. Just pick the format you want, it'll combine the subs and video track automatically.
I actually discovered that by accident when I encoded the Shakugan no Shana Movie for my iPod.
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Old 2007-10-20, 00:21   Link #5
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If you use mencoder (as I do on Linux), adding "-slang en" to the list of command-line switches will pick the English subtitle track and encode it into the video. You might need to play around with some of the -ass or -subfont scaling switches if the subs are too big the first time through.

I usually include "-alang jpn -slang en" in my mencoder scripts to make sure I get the right tracks.
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