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Subbing help please!
Posted 4/3/07

meiskan wrote:


reirei18 wrote:

sorry but i still dont understand what to do...


Go to page 9 in the ATTENTION UPLOADERS thread and read the exchanges between killar and hipblu. That was what helped me.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/showforumtopic?id=800&pg=8 that is the page
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Posted 4/3/07
thanks for the help guys.. but like i said.. i cant open the video file by using VirtualDub.. check my previous post.. theres an error.. =/
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Hmm...I don't know what the problem is for that, but here's exactly what I did and it worked perfectly fine...

Here are all the programs I used: Subtitle Workshop, VobSub, and AVIRecomp

1) Use Subtitle Workshop to sub the video
2) Save it as an .srt file when you're finished with the subbing
3) Open AVIRecomp
4) Under the Source file area, open the RAW video
5) Under the Output file area, choose a location on your computer to save the file and name it. There's also a small pull down menu for you to choose the new AVI file size. Pick a reasonable size for your new file. (ex. if it was originally 170mb, choose about 180-200mb for the new one)
6) Then go under the Additions tab, check the enable/disable box under Subtitles and load your .srt sub file.
7) Go under the Settings tab and under the pull down menu that says Idle, choose normal.
8) Now go to the Queue tab and click add to queue
9) After the file has been added to the white box, click start.

Saving it takes a few hours for a file about 180mb so have patience.
You should have the finished product in the folder that you saved it in.

And...that's it
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Posted 4/4/07

meiskan wrote:

Hmm...I don't know what the problem is for that, but here's exactly what I did and it worked perfectly fine...

Here are all the programs I used: Subtitle Workshop, VobSub, and AVIRecomp

1) Use Subtitle Workshop to sub the video
2) Save it as an .srt file when you're finished with the subbing
3) Open AVIRecomp
4) Under the Source file area, open the RAW video
5) Under the Output file area, choose a location on your computer to save the file and name it. There's also a small pull down menu for you to choose the new AVI file size. Pick a reasonable size for your new file. (ex. if it was originally 170mb, choose about 180-200mb for the new one)
6) Then go under the Additions tab, check the enable/disable box under Subtitles and load your .srt sub file.
7) Go under the Settings tab and under the pull down menu that says Idle, choose normal.
8) Now go to the Queue tab and click add to queue
9) After the file has been added to the white box, click start.

Saving it takes a few hours for a file about 180mb so have patience.
You should have the finished product in the folder that you saved it in.

And...that's it


thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you!! it works now
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Posted 4/4/07

reirei18 wrote:


meiskan wrote:

Hmm...I don't know what the problem is for that, but here's exactly what I did and it worked perfectly fine...

Here are all the programs I used: Subtitle Workshop, VobSub, and AVIRecomp

1) Use Subtitle Workshop to sub the video
2) Save it as an .srt file when you're finished with the subbing
3) Open AVIRecomp
4) Under the Source file area, open the RAW video
5) Under the Output file area, choose a location on your computer to save the file and name it. There's also a small pull down menu for you to choose the new AVI file size. Pick a reasonable size for your new file. (ex. if it was originally 170mb, choose about 180-200mb for the new one)
6) Then go under the Additions tab, check the enable/disable box under Subtitles and load your .srt sub file.
7) Go under the Settings tab and under the pull down menu that says Idle, choose normal.
8) Now go to the Queue tab and click add to queue
9) After the file has been added to the white box, click start.

Saving it takes a few hours for a file about 180mb so have patience.
You should have the finished product in the folder that you saved it in.

And...that's it


thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you!! it works now




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Posted 4/4/07

reirei18 wrote:


meiskan wrote:

Hmm...I don't know what the problem is for that, but here's exactly what I did and it worked perfectly fine...

Here are all the programs I used: Subtitle Workshop, VobSub, and AVIRecomp

1) Use Subtitle Workshop to sub the video
2) Save it as an .srt file when you're finished with the subbing
3) Open AVIRecomp
4) Under the Source file area, open the RAW video
5) Under the Output file area, choose a location on your computer to save the file and name it. There's also a small pull down menu for you to choose the new AVI file size. Pick a reasonable size for your new file. (ex. if it was originally 170mb, choose about 180-200mb for the new one)
6) Then go under the Additions tab, check the enable/disable box under Subtitles and load your .srt sub file.
7) Go under the Settings tab and under the pull down menu that says Idle, choose normal.
8) Now go to the Queue tab and click add to queue
9) After the file has been added to the white box, click start.

Saving it takes a few hours for a file about 180mb so have patience.
You should have the finished product in the folder that you saved it in.

And...that's it


thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you!! it works now

Then upload it so i can approve it
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Posted 4/6/07
Subbing Tool - Aegisub (Great for Typesetting, Timing and etc).
Music Quality - Winamp3 + Plugin
Encoding - VirtualDubMod, Avisynth

That is the stuff i used for Subbing
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Posted 4/7/07
wow i've never heard that. but thnkx now that i know i might try using it.
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Posted 4/9/07
im thinking about subbing some chinese game/tv shows but i have no idea how to. im stuck between aegisub, virtualdub and subtitle workshop. which one of these are the easiest or which one of these are the best? please help?
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Posted 4/9/07
You need virtualdub for encoding the video. You can't create subs with virtualdub, so you should either pick aegisub or subtitle workshop. Both work fine for me, but I use aegisub most of the time.

Otherwise just read the first post, and those programs work well, too.
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Posted 4/9/07
okay, thanks for you help i don't want to download too much since my drive's gonna die if i do >.>

edit: i downloaded Aegisub and i downloaded something like Avisynth_256 and now i have no idea how to open it. ohman...im so stupid D=

edit again: nevermind xDD im getting the hang of it now
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Posted 4/9/07

jamehze wrote:

You need virtualdub for encoding the video. You can't create subs with virtualdub, so you should either pick aegisub or subtitle workshop. Both work fine for me, but I use aegisub most of the time.

Otherwise just read the first post, and those programs work well, too.
Random:

Two strikes against aegisub: 1) it tends to crash (especially when subs/video/audio-file - or subs/audio file only - are up at same time) and 2) it's for one specific sub format (.ssa).

Vital:
- Subtitles Workshop
- VobSub / AVISynth
- VirtualDubMod
- AviRecomp (I prefer this over VDM, even though it uses VD/M)

Not vital but can't live without:
- SubAdjust (usually for a quick subs file splitting job)
- SubCleaner
- Subrip
- Titledrome (it's great when you need to display two different sub files simultaneously for a translation job, e.g. foreign-language / English)

Hm, yeah, too many programs there, but ah, well...
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Posted 4/9/07
all of my rmvb files won't work and almost all of my videos won't open to it. ehhs i think i'll choose subtitle workshop instead=)
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Posted 4/10/07

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all of my rmvb files won't work and almost all of my videos won't open to it. ehhs i think i'll choose subtitle workshop instead=)


Or you can convert the .rmvb video to a .avi video. One program that can do that is WinAVI Video Converter http://www.winavi.com/ (best to get a torrent of it if you use BT, comes with the serial )
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Posted 4/10/07
I never really had a problem with aegisub to tell you the truth. It's probably because I don't do anything too technical with it. Also you definitely need AviUtil to imbed subs into the video, don't you? The .ssa is a problem, but in the end I don't sub much anyway so it doesn't matter to me. I'm a lazy bum. :P

Why have .rmvb files in the first place?
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