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Mike SchmitzNew to Authoring, have a basic subtitling question
by on Apr 27, 2012 at 3:29:34 pm

Hello

I have to bid a job and was wondering a couple of things:

1. Can you add subtitles to a Blu-Ray project in Encore. (Thought I seen somewhere that you could not.)

2. What type of files should I use? I have authored with .STLs in DVDSP, and that's what my Captioning service provides. Should I ask for a different type of file from them instead? Or will Encore accept the STL file?

Any help on this would be appreciated greatly.

Thank You


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Michael BuieRe: New to Authoring, have a basic subtitling question
by on Apr 30, 2012 at 6:53:25 pm

I have only titled in Premiere Pro, but this help section seems to suggest you can:

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/EncoreDVD/4.0/WS19E8985D-85E4-4df2-AC43-1615751...


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Daniel LudwigRe: New to Authoring, have a basic subtitling question
by on May 4, 2012 at 6:46:05 pm

hi mike,
of course you can add subtitles to encore-created blu-rays. encore does not accept STL-files, it has it´s own format for subtitles.

if you have a STL-files, I would suggest to use annotation edit from zeitanker to convert your subtitles.

this would be a one-klick-work...

cheers

danny


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Mike SchmitzRe: New to Authoring, have a basic subtitling question
by on May 7, 2012 at 9:34:27 pm

Thanks guys, I heard back from my Captioning person and she confirmed what type of files would be necessary. As far as the Blu ray capability, I assumed so, but doing searches seen some mention of it not working in Encore. Thanks again!


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