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Hello, I have a .mkv file with a resolution of 1920x1080. Is there a way to zoom out of the video in your program? The subtitles are bigger than what the program expects. I do not have "x2" enabled (enabling it just zooms it in even more). This means I cannot draw the rectangle around all the subtitles, as I cannot see them on the screen all at once. At first I used the default box size with covers the entire lowest part of the video. This worked well enough until I got to the part with the Inter-Line Options. Parts of the subtitle letters are chopped off even with the highest line height (44).
This software is once in a while so nice to use.
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"If you check the Save checkbox, a back and white bitmap (.pgm) file will be saved for each frame, containing only the characters that were recognized. The areas that were skipped (by pressing Enter in the New character(s) window for a NULL character) are not marked: notice that the white spots on the left side of the previous image are no longer present in the image below. The bitmaps, in combination with an index file, can be used later for subtitle removal."
How to remove subtitles using those bitmaps (.pgm)? And what's an index file?
Thanks for the tutorial, but despite the good sets, I often have the message on some subtitles : "this subtitle item cannot be processed" Is there a way to fix it ? Thanks.
Probably it's either because incorrect detection settings or a bright background. In both cases you need to revise the tutorial above.
If you already tried that, then I can't help you beyond that point.
Muy bueno muchas gracias.
Which codecs do I need?
Try evrithing but i have a white image when upload image file i have all codec instaled
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@Scoubidou The title of the anime is Ghost in a Shell
Hello, does anyone know the name of the film used in the example? Thanks!
All clear up to the last sentence: 'The bitmaps, in combination with an index file, can be used later for subtitle removal.'
How can I save the movie without the subtitles???
Thanks a lot.
Would you please add Chinese OCR? firstname.lastname@example.org
I am using Subrip to convert extracted sup files from my mkv files and ocr them then save them to srt. Problem is i always have to enter to many letters manualy. I go crazy on the amount of time it takes sometimes. At first the program seamed to learn and after 2 or 300 it started to run more on auto and only stoped sometimes and i needed to correct. Now i have to sit ther and manually enter letters over and over again. I like this program and i must use it. Is there a way so i dont have to enter that many letters manually ?
This is a very Extensive and Great Guide ... but I am a hard time following it ... my colors don't turn Blue or Purple and then SubRip tries to read all the Artifact ... can you make this a little more "DUMMY Proof" for people like me. THANKS for the GReat Work.
I try to open many hardcoded videos but allways shows:
"Could not open video file using AviSynth"
Do you any idea what i have to do that it works?