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Old 2009-01-18, 05:36   Link #261
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No, you use the plugin to modify the input video so that it displays in avisynth with the same colour as when you play it back in your media player. Then you can properly colourmatch.

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Old 2009-01-18, 09:57   Link #262
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So, I can route the video thru avisynth and have it display using the correct colors in Aegisub with this plugin?
Know any place I can find out how to run an mkv through avisynth?
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Old 2009-01-18, 10:20   Link #263
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Yes (assuming this is indeed the problem). You'll most likely want either:
ColorMatrix(mode="Rec.709->Rec.601")
or the reverse.

Running the video through avisynth otherwise should be pretty simple:
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directshowsource("C:\video.mkv")
colormatrix(...)
Open that in avisynth.
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Old 2009-01-18, 11:39   Link #264
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Thanks for the suggestion, unfortunately, the colors still don't match between Aegisub and MPC. This is quite annoying. I'm going to have to do this the hard way by using something else to pick colors.
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Old 2009-01-18, 13:20   Link #265
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What renderer do you use in MPC?
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Old 2009-01-18, 13:58   Link #266
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VMR9 (remderless)
Another thing that is frustrating my attempts to get to the bottom of this is when I switch between MPC's internal subtitle loader and VSFilter, sometimes I get different colors, sometimes I don't. And I can't find out why.
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Old 2009-01-18, 14:47   Link #267
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VMR9 is the most likely culprit. Switch to Overlay Mixer or Haali's Renderer.

And don't use MPC's subtitle renderer. It's pretty outdated... or used to be? /me doesn't keep up with the new releases
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Old 2009-01-18, 15:48   Link #268
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Btw is the keyframe support for h264 mp4 (am a bit late to the party but thx!) "still a bit experimental" so we should stay with b-frame less xvids to be safe or can we move on to present technology for timing workraws?

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Old 2009-01-18, 15:57   Link #269
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H264 MKVs work fine, not so sure about MP4s.
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Old 2009-01-18, 18:42   Link #270
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Heh, change to something sane. If you use Overlay mixer, make sure the colour controls in your video card config are set to default values.
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Old 2009-01-18, 21:05   Link #271
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Like overlay mixer? Just tried it. No difference in colors (from vmr9), but they looked more solid than vmr9.
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Old 2009-01-19, 00:50   Link #272
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And don't use MPC's subtitle renderer. It's pretty outdated... or used to be? /me doesn't keep up with the new releases
I don't notice any difference from stand alone VSFilter with the past few months MPC HC releases. And since I can just put it to desktop resolution and get my good looking softsubs without having to involve ffdshow resizing (since I use CoreAVC for H264) I don't see any reason to not use it.
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Old 2009-01-19, 08:50   Link #273
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ffdshow doesn't resize, neither does CoreAVC. The renderer does the resizing. But yeah, what you mentioned is one of the pros of MPC's internal sub renderer.
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Old 2009-02-21, 10:02   Link #274
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Hello again ppl! Ok i have this little problem i cant solve and i would like to share it with you...

I have a line like this {\an1\fs25\fad(0,950)\pos(325,455)\t(2343,4343),bl ur2)}

I want in my sequence at the 2343ms of the start of my sequence to start a blur transformation of my line but when i use this line the blur starts imediately at the start of my sequence... why is that?
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Old 2009-02-21, 16:07   Link #275
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That's some rather broken ASS code, did you copy-pasta that from your file? If that's the case I can't understand how a blur effect could even appear at all.
I'll just put each tag as a renderer sees it on a line by itself:

\an1
\fs25
\fad(0,950)
\pos(325,455)
\t(2343,4343) <-- apply the tag "4343" using exponent 2343, starting transition at start of line and ending at end of line
,blur2) <-- junk, ignored

My comments on the last two lines should assist you.
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Old 2009-02-21, 20:08   Link #276
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well yes i typed it wrong, the one i use is
{\an1
\fs25
\fad(0,950)
\pos(325,455)
\t(2343,4343,\blur2)}

and i did it like the example {\t(<t1>,<t2>,<style modifiers>)} in the aegisub manual...

My point is what \t i must do to make a blur transformation at the 2545 milsec after the start of my seq. Can u write me an example plz?
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Old 2009-02-21, 22:08   Link #277
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Works fine here, that exact code.
Before 2343 milliseconds after start of line, there is no blurring. At 2343 milliseconds, it begins applying a blur effect. At 4343 milliseconds it has reached sigma 2 blur and it doesn't get stronger. Also, at 950 milliseconds before the end of line it begins fading out.
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Old 2009-02-23, 02:09   Link #278
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Hi i'm a beginner and just started using template syl to avoid having everything jump around while resizing selected syllables of a line. Now there's the next problem and I can't figure it out:

Multiplying syl.center in {\an2\pos(!line.left+syl.center!,!line.middle!)\fs cx150\fscy150} with 1.5 corrects the positioning of the oversized syllables. Is there a way to get fscxy/100 into a variable so the positioning adapts to different fscxy scalings?

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Old 2009-02-23, 03:16   Link #279
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You should rather edit the style in the style editor. The sizing calculations the (default) positioning is based on, uses the style definition. (It does not and will never attempt to understand your tags in any way! Kara-templater only does blind substitution.)
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Old 2009-02-23, 05:18   Link #280
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It was just an example of the core problem and not supposed to be an inline style definition. Of course I set the style up beforehand and try to center the effects around 100% of the fontsize (especially when I don't have a choice) but sometimes in between movements larger deviations happen. Rescaling via fscxy for effects isn't unusual no? So I take it I will have to arrange things in a way that doesnt provoke problems with the spacings/positions of resized syllables.
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