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Googoodolls
Posted: Mar 12, 2007 1:43 pm Reply with quote
甘えんぼ 甘えんぼ
Joined: 03 Mar 2007 Posts: 86
Well, from the PVs I saw from Ai otsuka in the Ai's Chatroom , most of them are hardsubbed.

I just wonder...how do you guys do it?
 
AnimeDad
Posted: Mar 12, 2007 10:21 pm Reply with quote
Happy Days Happy Days
Joined: 28 Feb 2007 Posts: 115 Location: Australia
It can be a long process..... look at http://www.videohelp.com/guides.php?guideid=808#808 for a comprehensive guide.

If you're burning to DVD, it's much easier to use something like ConvertXtoDVD, where you can easily add subtitles (softsubs) and the results are great. Smile
 
yukarichan
Posted: Mar 18, 2007 11:59 pm Reply with quote
ユメクイ ユメクイ
Joined: 26 Jun 2006 Posts: 1061 Location: USA
Ya know...I once wanted to hardsub..
I googled and found that page, tried it, but never works..
and i always wondered if there was a different way/method to hardsub...
but nope that's all they have.

are there other ways? Confused Confused Confused
 
AnimeDad
Posted: Mar 19, 2007 12:13 am Reply with quote
Happy Days Happy Days
Joined: 28 Feb 2007 Posts: 115 Location: Australia
I've never hardsubbed myself. I watch a lot of JDrama and movies, which I burn to DVD for watching. But I always use either files that are already hardsubbed, or use softsubs.
 
Heisei
Posted: Mar 22, 2007 4:08 pm Reply with quote
上塩タン焼680円 上塩タン焼680円
Joined: 19 Mar 2007 Posts: 375 Location: Prague, Czech Republic
I once used this software, donīt actually know how was it called, but it used VirtualDub DLLs. I tried to install it, than I installed VD, but as I wanted to hardsub it, it told me, that thereīs a missing script in VD. Confused
But if it used VD DLL, maybe VD can do it alone, donīt know, I donīt use this one, I use Sony Vegas or Pinnacle Studios for video editing.
 
Rokit
Posted: Apr 08, 2007 11:37 pm Reply with quote
大好きだよ。 大好きだよ。
Joined: 08 Oct 2005 Posts: 217 Location: California
I've been wondering the same thing. I download a movie that said it had hardsubs in it but after finishing downloading parts and combining, there are no subs at all.... Sad I found a file that has subs and it pops up when the video plays but it's not exactly in the video.

So if ANYONE knows how to combine the subs with the video so I can burn it onto DVD, please do share. I'm also wanting to know how to do this, or if there is another easier way to just combine them?
 
yangirl
Posted: Apr 09, 2007 7:53 am Reply with quote
SMILY SMILY
Joined: 13 May 2005 Posts: 469 Location: Canada
Rokit: then the video you downloaded isn't hardsubbed; it's the softsub you have; maybe the uploader making a mistake here, thought the video was hardsubbed^^

I use VirtubDubMod to do hardsub too, and it just work fine for me^^ there are other software to do hardsub if you have the softsub ready like AVI ReComp, avisub <list, too much to remember^^ find it yourself>

For me, I'm using ConvertXtoDVD to make DVD with switchable subtitles^^

Hope that's help.
 
Tdclarke
Posted: Oct 25, 2007 5:12 am Reply with quote
金魚花火 金魚花火
Joined: 15 Sep 2007 Posts: 174 Location: United Kingdom
I have never used hardsubs, but I have "acquired" a video with them once or twice, and the result, as AnimeDad said, are not as good as softsubs. There is an application called "The Film machine" (which I recently uninstalled Giggle ) that allows burning hard subtitles into a video stream, but that means you have to encode the entire video again (if a film, generally about the same time as the feature running time if using a decent encoder like XViD), whereas softsubs you can just place in the same directory (or elsewhere) and just open the video in VLC or the likes and associate the softsubs with it.

The problem with softsubs is synchronisation, as many video lengths can vary, so I use SubbtitleEdit, which allows you to increase/decrease the time of the entire subtitle file to suit the running time of the desired video.

Tom
 
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