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 2008-06-12, 04:45 Link #181 jfs Aegisub dev     Join Date: Sep 2004 Location: Stockholm, Sweden Age: 29 Ok, that really doesn't tell much at all I don't even see why it should be in DllUnregisterServer anywhere... but it could sound like some b0rked DierctShow component, since DllUnregisterServer is a COM thing, and DShow is just about the only COM thing used in Aegisub. (And even only indirectly in this case, through Avisynth.) Try loading a PCM (uncompressed) WAV file from the Audio menu instead of a compressed format. That should work. __________________ Aegisub developer [ Forum | Manual | Feature requests | Bug reports | IRC ] Don't ask for: More VSFilter changes (I won't), karaoke effects, help in PM's
 2008-06-12, 15:39 Link #182 TheFluff Excessively jovial fellow     Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: ISDB-T Age: 27 Do note that the person in question didn't actually load audio prior to trying to play video/audio. Which means the problem is a known bug or at least a known misfeature. To solve, load audio before playing video. Or don't play video in Aegisub at all, I've never needed that feature ever. __________________ | ffmpegsource 17:43:13 <~deculture> Also, TheFluff, you are so fucking slowpoke.jpg that people think we dropped the DVD's. 17:43:16 <~deculture> nice job, fag! 01:04:41 < Plorkyeran> it was annoying to typeset so it should be annoying to read
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 Originally Posted by EverlastingLuv I already tried to upload the audio only.. But I still get the same error message =[
I understand that as "I already tried to load just audio". So it's not related to playing audio from video.
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 2008-06-24, 11:51 Link #185 Xech Junior Member   Join Date: Jun 2008 excuse me, i download an anime movie im trying to Convert it into a DVD but when i test it with a media player, the font looks so huge. so i went into Aegisub and i think the font is for 1280 x 720 and i was wondering on how to make it for 740 x 480
 2008-06-24, 15:24 Link #186 jfs Aegisub dev     Join Date: Sep 2004 Location: Stockholm, Sweden Age: 29 Read the manual. Seriously, read it. Or even just look around in the program, go on a treasure hunt in the menus, it's not dangerous. There's no giant enemy crabs in here. But you want to check the script resolution (File->Properties), it should match the video resolution. Then check the styles (Subtitles->Style Manager) and adjust their font size as needed. __________________ Aegisub developer [ Forum | Manual | Feature requests | Bug reports | IRC ] Don't ask for: More VSFilter changes (I won't), karaoke effects, help in PM's
 2008-06-29, 21:34 Link #187 Takeru Jag äter idioter Graphic Designer     Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: Vereinigte Staaten Age: 24 I've just ventured into the wonderous realm of Automator 4 and what I'm trying to do is get an effect (in this case alpha) to change the character from full opacity to full transparency 800 miliseconds after the syllable has been sung. Unfortunately, my ways of doing this in Automator 3 no longer apply, apparently. What I've been doing is {\t($end,$end+800,\alpha&HEF&} What it does now is as soon as the end of the syllable comes up it cuts to full transparent immediately. What do I need to fix to get this to work? Spoiler for full style code: __________________
 2008-06-29, 21:58 Link #188 TheFluff Excessively jovial fellow     Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: ISDB-T Age: 27 worng: Code: $end+800 right: Code: !$end+800! $-variables can be used anywhere, but all calculations must be enclosed in !! (used to be %% in automation 3) or they will not be evaluated as Lua expressions. What happens with your current code is that (if we assume that$end is 500) \t($end,$end+800) gets expanded to the literal string \t(500,500+800) and since VSFilter doesn't do any arithmetic calculations on the override tag arguments itself, it will most likely just call one of the C standard functions atof() or atoi() on each of the two first \t arguments. This in turn happily reads "500" in the first case, reads "500" again in the second and then skips all the garbage that doesn't look like it's part of the number at the end of the string (that is, everything after and including the + sign). In other words your current code will generate output that is interpreted as \t($end,$end) which is obviously not what you want. You could have figured out the solution to this problem pretty quick if you had bothered to look closer at the generated output. End of tl;dr. __________________ | ffmpegsource 17:43:13 <~deculture> Also, TheFluff, you are so fucking slowpoke.jpg that people think we dropped the DVD's. 17:43:16 <~deculture> nice job, fag! 01:04:41 < Plorkyeran> it was annoying to typeset so it should be annoying to read Last edited by TheFluff; 2008-06-29 at 22:13.
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 Originally Posted by TheFluff worng: Code: $end+800 right: Code: !$end+800! \$-variables can be used anywhere, but all calculations must be enclosed in !! (used to be %% in automation 3) or they will not be evaluated as Lua expressions.
Thank you for clearing that up. I was sure I was missing something because I did notice it come out with the "500+800" as you noted.
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 2008-07-12, 06:48 Link #190 OpeTh Fansub PowA     Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: Cranfield - UK Age: 28 Hi ya, I'm wondering if the VSfilter.dll that we can find here is the one used in the last version of aegisub (i.e. v2.1.2, SVN r1987). Can anyone tell me if I should replace the VSfilter.dll in the Aegisub's folder with the one in the archive ? __________________ Après la tempête, le calme éphémère...
 2008-07-12, 07:57 Link #191 jfs Aegisub dev     Join Date: Sep 2004 Location: Stockholm, Sweden Age: 29 I can't remember if the one shipped with Aegisub is newer or not, but it's definitely not older! Don't replace the Aegisub one. __________________ Aegisub developer [ Forum | Manual | Feature requests | Bug reports | IRC ] Don't ask for: More VSFilter changes (I won't), karaoke effects, help in PM's
 2008-07-12, 08:04 Link #192 OpeTh Fansub PowA     Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: Cranfield - UK Age: 28 Thank you for your very quick answer jfs Actually, I asked for it because I read on the aegis forum (here) that you had implemented the new tags \fax and \fay and I was wondering if those two tags are available in the v2.1.2 of Aegisub, more precisely in the VSfilter.dll ^^ __________________ Après la tempête, le calme éphémère...
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 Originally Posted by OpeTh Thank you for your very quick answer jfs Actually, I asked for it because I read on the aegis forum (here) that you had implemented the new tags \fax and \fay and I was wondering if those two tags are available in the v2.1.2 of Aegisub, more precisely in the VSfilter.dll ^^
no, those two tags ARE in the VSfilter.dll in Aegisub. I played around with that tag a bit.

 2008-07-13, 05:53 Link #194 OpeTh Fansub PowA     Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: Cranfield - UK Age: 28 OK, cheers mate __________________ Après la tempête, le calme éphémère...
 2008-07-14, 18:17 Link #195 blinx01 DVD Subber     Join Date: Jul 2007 Hi, Not sure if this is the correct place to post but here we go... I'm loading an already subbed (hardsubbed) avi file into Aegisub. What I want to do is scroll through by the frame and re-type everything, so essentially I will have a copy of the script. The reason for this is because I want to apply the subs to actual DVD's, so all I really need to do is take the finished re-typed script and mass re-time them. Now, the problem is that the finished script isn't accurate to the frame. I have no idea why this is but at the moment I;m having to re-time to for the DVD version, and then go over each line again to make sure there is no scene bleed. I was hoping someone would be able to give some advice as to why it isn;t accurately timing to the scene in the first place. I've tried creating an avs script for the avi but when I try to load it comes up with an error saying; "AVISource autodetect: couldn't open file 'myfile.avi' Error code 2" Any ideas?
 2008-07-14, 19:18 Link #196 max2k Member     Join Date: Jul 2007 I dont know if i got you point 100%, but is it natural that the szenchange frames of two video files with other raws dont match each other. So first do some Lossless Export of ure DVD, important deintelace or remove telecining on this step(best way is to have all filters and the final resoultion in at this step), if you have to change deinterlacing later you may have to do all the work againe. Then encode a Workraw forme the Lossless, to time. Keep the Loosless Export and use the Loosless Export for each encode until youre finale encode. Try to avoid Directshowsource, because its not frame stable... so i would say you use Lagarit or Huffyuv for ll and not a near lossless h264 encode. Error Code 2, what video codec is used in the avi container ? Last edited by max2k; 2008-07-14 at 19:36.
 2008-07-15, 08:20 Link #197 blinx01 DVD Subber     Join Date: Jul 2007 I guess I didn't make my point clear enough. 1. Load already subbed avi file in Aegisub, scroll through by the frame, copy timing and type text in. End result near identical script. 2. Demux video from DVD. Make an avs script for it. Load in Aegisub. Take script from before, mass re-time using a scene change. Now, problem is that it doesn't sync up correctly. Obviously while timing and typing the script, it wasn't accurate to the frame meaning I then have to go through each line again and make sure there's no scene bleed etc. I tried making an avs script for the avi but it came up with that error I stated. No idea what codec was used. It's the early eps of D.Gray-Man from SHS I'm wokring with.
 2008-07-15, 09:05 Link #198 max2k Member     Join Date: Jul 2007 You know that you can only typ to frame, so the trick is use some light under timing at the start of typset (20-30ms) and overtime at the end (20-30ms)? But the Scenebleding has to be some think other, best way is to encode a workraw with packetbitstream... Could u get mediainfo from http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/de and read out the SHS encode. It could be a h264(but i think no SHS encoder would do this) encode in avi or i can rember reading about some bug with Divx encodes and AVISource, that you only get with the right resolution and Color Space combination. Are you sure to have the right path and name of the avi in your Script ? Try to import the avi without the avisynth script and reencode it. Then use the Reencode with ure script. Or try Directshowsource() and reencode so you get rid of fram shifting.
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 Originally Posted by blinx01 2. Demux video from DVD. Make an avs script for it. Load in Aegisub. Take script from before, mass re-time using a scene change.
Now since the DVD Video footage isn't the same as the raw footage SHS used, it's obviously off.

Don't know if this will help you, but can't you shift the times? They should be okay to read. Of course scene bleeds will occur, but you can use the timing post-processor and set the frame number for key snapping to maybe 2. That should work...

 2008-07-15, 16:43 Link #200 blinx01 DVD Subber     Join Date: Jul 2007 Here's the media info below; To the above poster, I've worked with subbing many DVD's before. The footage is the same as the TV version. That's not the problem so just ignore the fact I mentioned DVD. The problem is that I'm trying to retype a script but it would seem when I load the already subbed avi file in AegiSub, it's not accurate to the frame meaning I end up having a flawed script which I then have to go through line by line correcting. What I'm asking is if there is a way to ensure the avi I load is accurate to the frame.