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Old 2007-08-10, 13:23   Link #21
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Pichus. That looks incredible.
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Old 2007-08-10, 13:30   Link #22
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scary

if it's me, i'll just box it out and replace it with boring english text
/me lazy
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Old 2007-08-10, 13:38   Link #23
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scary

if it's me, i'll just box it out and replace it with boring english text
/me lazy
Of course, the lazier option is just to have a sign translation at the top or bottom of the screen and avoid all of the scary redrawing.
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Old 2007-08-10, 14:35   Link #24
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scary

if it's me, i'll just box it out and replace it with boring english text
/me lazy
It's not as bad as it seems, but yes that is also a legitimate alternative; sometimes, for instance, you don't get as much space to extend signs. As you mentioned, full text replacement is still an option and so is resizing the signs themselves.

Edit: But realistically, most viewers will accept just plain old ASS text somewhere where it's readable.
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Old 2007-08-10, 15:52   Link #25
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Yes, drawing a vector box would have worked if the plate has only one composite color, but it appears that most plates have gradients, so you need to layer it several times. From my experience, if I were to draw this kind of sign in ass, it will take me at least 3 hours to emulate diagonal gradients as well as adding shades. But, it only takes me a couple of minutes to draw in photoshop. Hence, it's nice to know that there's a program to convert from raster image to .ass

Anyways, doing the text on that sign is very easy... Basic {\bord0.5\1c\3c\3a} trick would work pretty well to match the text. Of course you can just use a straight text in .ass without matching any blur/color and even light, but it won't be called typesetting, now would it? ;p
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Old 2007-08-10, 19:41   Link #26
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To the average viewer it would count.
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Old 2007-08-10, 21:43   Link #27
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To the average viewer it would count.
What about at insane resolutions like 1080p?
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Old 2007-08-10, 22:58   Link #28
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Resolution independent; most viewers are happy with simply knowing what the sign means (even with a sub-par presentation).
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Old 2007-08-18, 18:23   Link #29
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ummm...please forgive a noob...but what is this program for?

is it for inputing graphics, logos etc into some program to rerender anime?
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Old 2007-08-18, 20:53   Link #30
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Very simply put, it converts an image file into an ASS code. What to do with that code is totally up to the user. ASS, of course, is the same subtitling format used by just about every groups around anime digisubing.
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Old 2007-08-19, 03:42   Link #31
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Ah! Thank you!
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Old 2007-08-29, 06:18   Link #32
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interesting idea, too bad like they said you can load img's with avs, and if you all forgot you can also load animated gifs if you are an extra lazy person~

Why not just use \K or \k and be done with it ;x or just sub an onscreen so that it is readable instead of "leet"?
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Old 2007-09-16, 18:52   Link #33
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Very simply put, it converts an image file into an ASS code. What to do with that code is totally up to the user. ASS, of course, is the same subtitling format used by just about every groups around anime digisubing.
.sub/.idx is bitmap pix so this program can change DVD sub to ASS fast and easy?
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Old 2007-09-16, 23:21   Link #34
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No, not like you want. That's OCR. This is not. This uses ASS's drawing command to replicate the image on the screen. If you're OK with that, then I suppose the answer is yes.
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Old 2007-10-13, 06:44   Link #35
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Version 0.6 released

Download: http://diclonius.ro-anime.net/image2ass.zip

Changes since v0.5:
* fix: Top position scrollbar would not reset maximum value.
* new: Added possibility to add extra override commands to each generated line.

Please note that the video size must be the DISPLAY size (not pixel size).
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