Rip Subtitles ?

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Is there a way to rip subtitles from a DVD then put them permanently
on the main movie?


Jake
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    On a sunny day (Wed, 31 Mar 2004 09:38:35 -0600) it happened Jake WK
    <jake@oddjpod.com> wrote in <c+VqQJx6yIhaCkdHRpDNnWafr+XH@4ax.com>:

    >Is there a way to rip subtitles from a DVD then put them permanently
    >on the main movie?
    >
    >
    >Jake
    Yes, I can do that in Linux.
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    On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 20:18:43 GMT, Jan Panteltje
    <pNaonSptaemltje@yahoo.com> wrote:

    >On a sunny day (Wed, 31 Mar 2004 09:38:35 -0600) it happened Jake WK
    ><jake@oddjpod.com> wrote in <c+VqQJx6yIhaCkdHRpDNnWafr+XH@4ax.com>:
    >
    >>Is there a way to rip subtitles from a DVD then put them permanently
    >>on the main movie?
    >>
    >>
    >>Jake
    >Yes, I can do that in Linux.


    Could you provide a little more clarification? How is it done? I
    would like to be able to work with the video in AVI from with the
    subtitles ripped from the DVD---or by some alternate method.

    Jake
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    On Thu, 1 Apr 2004, Jake WK wrote:

    > Could you provide a little more clarification? How is it done? I

    On the Windows side: www.divx-digest.com/software/subtitle_ripper.html

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    On a sunny day (Thu, 01 Apr 2004 07:46:21 -0600) it happened Jake WK
    <jake@gimmejam.com> wrote in <5BxsQOmcMr2KSikFV7MHVmEMyon4@4ax.com>:

    >On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 20:18:43 GMT, Jan Panteltje
    ><pNaonSptaemltje@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >>On a sunny day (Wed, 31 Mar 2004 09:38:35 -0600) it happened Jake WK
    >><jake@oddjpod.com> wrote in <c+VqQJx6yIhaCkdHRpDNnWafr+XH@4ax.com>:
    >>
    >>>Is there a way to rip subtitles from a DVD then put them permanently
    >>>on the main movie?
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>Jake
    >>Yes, I can do that in Linux.
    >
    >
    >Could you provide a little more clarification? How is it done? I
    >would like to be able to work with the video in AVI from with the
    >subtitles ripped from the DVD---or by some alternate method.
    >
    >Jake
    The normal procedure is to first rip the suns from the DVD.
    You can find some Linux programs on http://www.home.zonnet.nl/panteltje/dvd,
    in submux-dvd is a demuxer.
    You demux the DVD .vob, for example with transcode.
    Now you have a .sub file with the subtitles, a .mpv mpeg2 file, and a
    ac3 or mp2 sound file.

    Now you need to convert that .sub file to for example nandub format with
    one of the many utilities on the net.
    In the xste subtitle editor you can import that, and edit it, and write back as
    ..ppml format.
    transcode subtitler will read .ppml format, and can make a .vob.
    Then dvdauthor can be used to make a DVD image.
    Finally burn with growisofs.
    If you want AVI output, same procedure, but use DivX codec in transcode.
    Then burn with VCD imager to CD or as .avi file with growisofs as data disk to DVD.
    A month or so struggling... but it will work.
    I have made a lot of DivX CDs that way, but write my own subs with xste.
    For DVD it makes sense to stay mpeg2 and make a video DVD that will play in
    standalone players.
    Some people re-quantize to get a double sided DVD on single sided one, that
    may be fast, but I do not like the results I have seen.
    recoding using transcode, or mjpeg tools mpeg2dec and mpeg2enc, and adding
    the .ppml subs with subtitler-yuv gives incredible results.
    See the above links.
    JP
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