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Alex AspRe: subtitle import from .stl file
by on Sep 11, 2008 at 9:03:03 am

Dave,

The difference in punctuation marks you are seeing are due to the different encoding PC and Mac use. You can open your STL file in TextEdit on the mac and save it from there. This should take care of your problem. While still in TextEdit you can add a space to all text lines using find and replace command.

Arial differs on Mac and PC, so you'd be better off exporting STL + graphic files for subtitles from Lemony. That way DVD SP won't mess with the text, and you'd have much more control over subtitle appearance.

Alex Asp/Solaris Digital Ltd.


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