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Old 2004-06-09, 06:36   Link #21
aliensquare
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need help on karaoke

im trying to make a karaoke.
i just need it to do it simply without visual effects.

i put the [effect] on Karaoke.
and I had it played.
when it shows up, always half is colored Pink, and the other in Yellow.
and there isn't any actions going on.

you can see a screenshot here:
http://server5.uploadit.org/files/he...27-capture.JPG
what is the problem? help me plz kthx ^^
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Old 2004-06-09, 06:51   Link #22
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videoplayer cannot show it correctly by itself...
you have to encode it first...
and of course VDub's preview screen will show it before encoding...
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Old 2004-06-09, 06:59   Link #23
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videoplayer cannot show it correctly by itself...
you have to encode it first...
and of course VDub's preview screen will show it before encoding...
i see thanks
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Old 2004-06-16, 00:08   Link #24
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help with karaoke

hi minna~

I need some help with the transformation command. [<t1>,<t2>,]

I know that t1 is the start time and t2 length of time. What i find confusing is how you find these numbers. Say you have {\k18} as your first karaoke thingy, so it's \t(180, __ ) right? ^^; I'm not really sure how to find t2 after using it a second time. @_@

Can someone also explain the diff in centiseconds (ssa) and milliseconds (sfx). In terms of how diff it is in numbers...

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Old 2004-06-16, 00:20   Link #25
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\k18 converts into \t(0000,0180,1,\effect)
t1 is the starting time. You want t1 to start at 0 seconds. However, for the next karaoke syllable, you want t1 to start at the previous syllable's t2

For example:

Changing {\K18}Ke{\K18}ro{\K18}ro

into some cheesy effect like...

{\shad0\t(0,180,1,\shad10)}Ke{\shad0\t(180,360,1,\ shad10)}ro{\shad0\t(360,540,1,\shad10)}ro

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Old 2004-06-16, 00:21   Link #26
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Bah... Beaten to it.

... Isn't the first time value the start time, the seond value the end time and the third value the acceleration? So why to you have all the transforms starting at the same time?

The difference between centiseconds (SSA) and milliseconds (SFX/VDub) is the degree of precision in timing. It's sounds corny but centiseconds/hundredth's of a second are accurate to two decimal places while milliseconds/thousandth's of a second are accurate to three. It's 0.99 versus 0.999.

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Old 2004-06-16, 00:43   Link #27
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Oh, and make sure the starting and ending times of multiple \t() sequences don't overlap. That is, don't do \t(0,1000,\blah)\t(1000,2000,\blah)
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Old 2004-06-16, 01:13   Link #28
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Yeah, I got the acceleration in the wrong place...
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Old 2004-06-16, 01:34   Link #29
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Ah... I though it was some kind of special trick. -.-;

/me admittedly doesn't use the transform function that often.
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Old 2004-06-16, 02:20   Link #30
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thnx guys~ ^___^ I think i get it now, but i'm still unsure about getting t2

Are there any helpful tips to get it? Like depending on the "k", something in vdub/ssa that can help to get the value? Or you sorta have to play around to figure it out XD;
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Old 2004-06-16, 05:24   Link #31
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There are quite a few timing styles of effects. Playing around would be best to see which timing styles are suitable for which types of songs. Using the start time and end time of each syllable inside a \t is probably the first way to approach this. From your example, t1 would actually be 0, and t2 is actually 180, if you're still confused.
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Old 2004-07-03, 09:56   Link #32
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Hello

Can anyone write the code that allow the translator to Karaoke from right to left.

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Old 2004-07-03, 13:01   Link #33
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Hello

Can anyone write the code that allow the translator to Karaoke from right to left, well since my language use right to left format
Unfortunately {\k##} cannot be set to go right to left. However, you can make a {\t} style karaoke that goes right to left.

See this:
Code:
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,,0000,0000,0000,,{\alpha&HC0&\t(0,240,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(240,480,1,\alpha&HC0&)}Ko
{\alpha&HC0&\t(480,720,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(720,960,1,\alpha&HC0&)}ko{\alpha&HC0&\t(960,1200,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(1200,1440,1,\alpha&HC0&)}ro
 
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,,0000,0000,0000,,{\alpha&HC0&\t(960,1200,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(1200,1440,1,\alpha&HC0&)}Ko
{\alpha&HC0&\t(480,720,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(720,960,1,\alpha&HC0&)}ko{\alpha&HC0&\t(0,240,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(240,480,1,\alpha&HC0&)}ro
Where the first line will karaoke left to right, the second will karaoke right to left.

You simply need to switch the timings around; there is more to it than that, but it should give you the basic idea.
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Old 2004-07-03, 20:52   Link #34
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Thank you Mr_Paper for the info, it was helpful.
But can you write the other tricks for the same matter, cause still some problems with text after doing the karaoke operation words gets corrupted.
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Old 2004-07-04, 11:28   Link #35
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How is the text getting corrupted?
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Old 2004-07-04, 13:33   Link #36
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i think she means by "right to left" that she writes in arabic language...i don't blame her for the corruption in the words order .
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Old 2004-07-04, 15:44   Link #37
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I used the code :
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,,0000,0000 ,0000,,{\alpha&HC0&\t(960,1200,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(12 00,1440,1,\alpha&HC0&)}Ko
{\alpha&HC0&\t(480,720,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(720,960,1, \alpha&HC0&)}ko{\alpha&HC0&\t(0,240,1,\alpha&H00&) \t(240,480,1,\alpha&HC0&)}ro

and it worked as you said, but whenever the word finish the EFFECT (as in your example alpha), it moves to the end of line,i tried evrything that i know but nothing solved. i know there is no solution for this problem, but maybe someone have an idea how to solve it.

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Old 2004-07-04, 17:54   Link #38
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After some experimenting I managed to duplicate the problem, but I can't seem to figure out a way to correct it within one line. As a result I came up with this, it's not pretty (especially since every syllable becomes a new line and has to be positioned manually) but it seems to work:

Code:
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,right-first,0000,0000,0000,,{\pos(875,740)\alpha&HC0&\t(0,240,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(240,480,1,\alpha&HC0&)} النصيحة الذهبية في
 
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,middle-middle,0000,0000,0000,,{\pos(675,740)\alpha&HC0&\t(480,720,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(720,960,1,\alpha&HC0&)} كيفية تعلم
 
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,left-last,0000,0000,0000,,{\pos(525,740)\alpha&HC0&\t(960,1200,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(1200,1440,1,\alpha&HC0&)}اللغة العربية
*before anyone takes the time to comment, I know, my Arabic isn't the best*

It's not the prettiest solution to the problem, but for the moment it's the only one I can come up with.
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Old 2004-07-04, 20:48   Link #39
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Originally Posted by Mr_Paper
After some experimenting I managed to duplicate the problem, but I can't seem to figure out a way to correct it within one line. As a result I came up with this, it's not pretty (especially since every syllable becomes a new line and has to be positioned manually) but it seems to work:

Code:
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,right-first,0000,0000,0000,,{\pos(875,740)\alpha&HC0&\t(0,240,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(240,480,1,\alpha&HC0&)} النصيحة الذهبية في
 
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,middle-middle,0000,0000,0000,,{\pos(675,740)\alpha&HC0&\t(480,720,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(720,960,1,\alpha&HC0&)} كيفية تعلم
 
Dialogue: Marked=0,0:00:00.00,0:03:00.00,*Default,left-last,0000,0000,0000,,{\pos(525,740)\alpha&HC0&\t(960,1200,1,\alpha&H00&)\t(1200,1440,1,\alpha&HC0&)}اللغة العربية
*before anyone takes the time to comment, I know, my Arabic isn't the best*

It's not the prettiest solution to the problem, but for the moment it's the only one I can come up with.
Thanks Mr_Paper, it worked perfectly

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Old 2004-07-06, 04:10   Link #40
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Thanks All for the valuable info
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