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Re: Making a DVD with subtitles but get "Clips don't have safe gaps for BD export." message

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Manolo SanchezRe: Making a DVD with subtitles but get "Clips don't have safe gaps for BD export." message
by on Jul 20, 2012 at 7:48:23 pm

o.k. I see, for anyone still having problems I wrote it again in short:

1. Send to Encore and make the subtitles, don’t worry about the exact place on the time line, don’t trim them.
2. Export as Flash F4V file.
3. Open the Flash folder and find the subs folder (in it are PNG files) and import them in PP in batches, say per ten titles, in the Project Panel.
4. Drag them to a new video track and put them on the exact place on the time line and trim them.
5. Export only this video track (match sequence settings) and import it again in PP after removing the old subtitles track
6. Now you can use the Crop tool and Color Key to remove the black background and put them in place in the Effect Controls panel with Motion/Position.

Also:
When you make the subs in Encore you don’t have to adjust the titles in the monitor.
After finishing typing export the subtitle track as text and import it again; now you can
check “Align” in the import subtitles dialogue box and they will automatically be in the
right place. Saves you a lot of time!


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