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Old 2004-10-25, 18:30   Link #1
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where can i find Subbing Software?

does any one know a good subbtitle program that is free.

one that i can use to put subtitles in anime

just wondering
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Old 2004-10-25, 19:24   Link #2
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Easiest resource is doom9.org.

You might find more discussion in the Fansub group. There are many applications outthere and VirtualDub (free) and SSX are the most common. I know that there are more out there but cannot remember offhand since I do not use those other apps.
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Old 2004-10-26, 00:42   Link #3
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I'd recommend Sub Station Alpha for the making subs part, ^what they said for the adding subs to video part.
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Old 2004-10-26, 02:05   Link #4
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Check out sabbu when the site is back, too. It's a nice alternative to SSA for certain tasks.
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Old 2004-10-26, 08:40   Link #5
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SSA, Virtualdub Mod, Avi Synth, AVS textsub filter and XviD is all you need =P

doom9.org is THE place to get most of it.
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Old 2004-10-26, 13:58   Link #6
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Heh, Mudusa isn't bad either.
I assume you can find it via googling?

Although, isn't that meant to have some problems? I only use it for retiming .ass karaoke anyway ^^
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Old 2004-10-26, 19:09   Link #7
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Yeah, Medusa is not too hard to use. I learned a bit of timing using it.
Having no prior experience in subbing software, I gave Sabbu a try and found it a bit confusing but Medusa seemed easier to learn for me (not that I do anything remotely complicated like karaoke and that kind of stuff)
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Old 2004-10-26, 19:36   Link #8
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substation alpha is still the unbeaten, king of the hill.

And i would like to add Notepad, calc.exe and other nifty windows programs
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Old 2004-10-30, 09:32   Link #9
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Hi, I'm new to this business and I was wondering if there is a way to remove a sub from an episode and what program I should use if there is?

Thanks for your time.
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Old 2004-10-30, 10:24   Link #10
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If it's hardsubbed, then it's nearly impossible. You may be able to do something with logo remover filter in virtualdub or avisynth. Either way, it's like painting over the subs with Photo Shop. I don't recommend doing this.

If it's soft-subbed (e.g. avi softsub, ogm, mkv, etc), then you just need virtualdubmod to extract just the video and audio stream.
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Old 2004-10-30, 10:43   Link #11
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And if I have the program how do I extract the video and audio?
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Old 2004-10-30, 12:29   Link #12
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I use kryptolus' Sabbu with a combo of notepad and other minor stuff. And when those bugs get fixed SubStation Alpha won't be the "king of the hill" for long.
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Old 2004-10-30, 19:20   Link #13
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i wont use OGG and MKC or what ever those option on option off subtitles.

because if I cant use them, chances are most people in the fansub community cant use them.

i've tried to watch one. it worked with this one anime i was watching.
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Old 2004-10-31, 22:40   Link #14
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Mudusa should not be used to time :P just the typsetting functions for like karaoke ssa

and there are some tutorials and such online.
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Old 2004-11-02, 20:48   Link #15
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If it's hardsubbed, then it will be more trouble than you'll ever want to go through.

If it's softsubbed, then VirtualDubMod is about the only software you'll need. http://virtualdubmod.sf.net
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Old 2004-11-02, 21:21   Link #16
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Hi, guys, if I download a fansub anime, and I find some mistakes. What should I do if I want to correct them by myself? What kind of progarm I can use, and where I can download (free) Thanks everyone.
Heh, the best program you can use is IRC.

Find out the group's public channel, and go let them know (politely), what mistakes they've made. Most groups welcome constructive criticism.
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Old 2004-11-03, 03:12   Link #17
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ya thats right just tell them and then they might do a v2. If you want to fix them youself might as well sub it yourself
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Old 2004-11-09, 22:02   Link #18
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Originally Posted by Breogan
Yeah, Medusa is not too hard to use. I learned a bit of timing using it.
Having no prior experience in subbing software, I gave Sabbu a try and found it a bit confusing but Medusa seemed easier to learn for me (not that I do anything remotely complicated like karaoke and that kind of stuff)
If you think Sabbu is a bit confusing, you should send me feedback so I can make it less confusing. I will try to make it easier to learn for new users.
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Old 2004-11-10, 15:24   Link #19
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you can always use the best program ever.................. notepad
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Old 2004-11-10, 15:30   Link #20
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If you're willing to rough-time using notepad, you're beyond a sainthood - simply crazy. ^^;
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