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Old 2006-01-23, 23:19   Link #1
Neohybrid_kai
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program for styling subtitle

I am trying to sub my PV collection and my AMV
but since I can't do styling my sub looks too plain
Is anybody here know what kind of program that fansub usually uses to make their sub become stylish?
and where to get it (or download it if there's a free version)
its better if you can also tell me where to get the guide on how it works
thank you
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Old 2006-01-24, 02:08   Link #2
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Fansub styles are generally scripted. It's free and you can implement them using Virtualdub or Virtualdubmod (if you're working with non-.avi containers). You just need to know the formatting of the timing, in addition to how to call the styles and so forth. I don't know much more about it than that.

For shorter things and a directly visual, WYSIWYG program, I recommend Adobe AfterFX. It's not free and it has a relatively steep learning curve if you want to do anything ambitious, but it may be funner to use for you if you're not into scripting and then seeing how your scripting style went.

The scripting itself isn't heavy programming, or even really programming at all. But you'll still be typing with a text editor, and styling it that way.
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Old 2006-01-24, 03:37   Link #3
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http://aegisub.cellosoft.com
Read the manual for more help about learning styling and other SSA/ASS tricks.
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Old 2006-01-26, 10:51   Link #4
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thank you ^o^
I'll back to my "atelier" now hehe
(and maybe will comeback here with more question when I'm stuck)
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Old 2006-02-03, 13:11   Link #5
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um, I need some help again (sorry if this become a double post, someone may delete my post above)

How can I put the subtitle into the video files? (compress it into one .avi file)
somebody has tell me to use virtual dub but I don't know how to do it
because it seems like only srt files can be imported to the stream list
while my sub is in .ass
thank you ^_^
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Old 2006-02-04, 02:16   Link #6
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You use the Gabest filter, which will give you an option for loading the script. From there, you encode the file. Including the script into the stream is for softsubs, ie. if you're using mkv or ogm containers.

You can get the Gabest filter by installing DirectVobSub if I remember correctly.
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Old 2006-02-05, 09:32   Link #7
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I can't find the gabest filter on the filter list
is that an external filter (cause all the filter in my virtual dub list are internal) or I have to load it?
I have installed directvobsub

thanks for the help
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Old 2006-02-05, 15:41   Link #8
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Get VSFilter (written by gabest). You probably have to rename the DLL to VSFilter.vdf before copying it into your VirtualDub plugin folder. Afterwards the TextSub Filter should appear in your VirtualDub filter list.
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Old 2006-02-07, 11:00   Link #9
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Thank you ^ ^

n good luck with ur case, detective shinku ^ ^
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