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Enrique Orozco
copy subtitles to another DVD ?
on Oct 3, 2009 at 4:06:47 pm

OK.. I have a DVD from a documentary with spanish subtitles as an option, this was a made a long time ago and the master files no longer exist... now my customer wants basically the same DVD but "re-authored" with some specific chapters and menus... I know how to re-author the whole thing with the new menus but I do not know HOW to extract the subtitles and put them again on the new DVD ...is there a way to make this ?? I tried subrip but I get NEW subtitles created from an OCR option that doesn´t look the same... I read somewhere that IFOEDIT tools maybe can help... any help please !!!

kind regards

Enrique Orozco R.
http://www.dvideostudio.com >iDEA DigitalVideoStudio


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Roman Melekh
Re: copy subtitles to another DVD ?
on Oct 3, 2009 at 5:29:35 pm

1st - you can use sub-rip and get script + .BMP files from your project
2nd - try DVDDecryptor's IFO mode, you can subs like encoded stream
3rd - tell please your OS, DVD authoring software etc...



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enrique orozco
Re: copy subtitles to another DVD ?
on Oct 3, 2009 at 5:59:17 pm

thanks for your help Roman....

I've always used Windows & DVD architect (Sony) to author... can you please point me in in the right direction ??

thanks again...

kind regards

Enrique Orozco R.
http://www.dvideostudio.com >iDEA DigitalVideoStudio


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Roman Melekh
Re: copy subtitles to another DVD ?
on Oct 4, 2009 at 10:18:12 am

check this:
http://forum.videohelp.com/topic269065.html

You need to find Subtitle Workshop and Sub-Rip, this is a free programs



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Enrique Orozco
Re: copy subtitles to another DVD ?
on Oct 4, 2009 at 4:45:41 pm

OK... just found my solution....
1 - "rescue" mpegs and get AC3 from original DVD...and get rid of original menu....
2 - author a new DVD in DVD architect with full new menus & chapters...no need to add subtitles (the original VOBs have them)...
3 - checking resultant VOBs in DVDsubedit... the subtitles from the original VOBs are there !!..how to make it appear ???
4 - use PGCedit (incredible tool) to "switch on" the existent subtitles on my new DVD ... it´s done !!! ..last step is just adjust colors on subtitles also with PGCedit....

good luck !



Enrique Orozco R.
http://www.dvideostudio.com >iDEA DigitalVideoStudio


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