phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 19 06:01:15 CEST 2019
> - I understand it works for DVD (as in not bluray yet).
> What about other formats ? like 24 fps films in 2 or 4 K for say ?
After you create the subtitles using the Subtitle window, there is a "Save"
button. When you click on this, it creates a "micro-dvd" file, e.g.
myfile_Subttl_1.udvd. This file is used by another program, called
"spumux" which generates and multiplexes subtitles into an existing mpeg2
program stream. I do not know much about it. It is described at:
> - can one import a srt file ? or at least a srt converted with libass ?
You can load a srt file since you can load any text file. BUT the time
stamps do not mean anything to subtitle work except that they will provide
you the time where the subtitle should be placed. I do not know what libass
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