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Old 26 Aug 2004, 05:21 AM   #1
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Default Ogm To Some Usuable Scvd Or Dvd Format

I have a very good quality OGM file together with the subtitle file (It is in Japanese).

The final movie will be useless to me unless I can author it with the subtitles. DVD LAB Pro does not help since it will not see OGM extentions. When converted to something useful it does not have a function to link the subtitles, at least that I can see?

WinAVI 5.8 promises to easily convert OGM to a variety of NTSC formats, but how do I incorporate the subtitles.

I need to find a way to export as a proerly configured movie that ensures that the subtitles are syncronized to the frams.

Any ideas pleasE
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Old 19 Oct 2005, 01:07 PM   #2
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There are other better tools out there. To demux an OGM file (which usually has subtitles) use a command line tool called OGMdemuxer. You don't install it, you just drag and drop the file onto the .exe file. All streams will be demuxed in that folder quickly. A quicker way to convert the avi file is use either VSO divxtodvd or winavi. These programs will make a dvd in real time or faster. Then you have to demux the DVD (.vob) files. There are several ways to do this. If the movie is in one single vob file, use vob edit. If the movie is in mutliple vobs, you will need to join them before demuxing. The software I use is DVD-lab. This is a dvd author. When you import the vob files it gives the option to join and demux in one shot. Once that is done you will need to convert the .ogg sound track to a playable dvd track. Through trial and error I found that many converters screw up the time stamp which leads to lip sync errors. The only one that works for me is FairStars audio converter. Convert the file to WAV at 48000 Hz. That can then be used on a dvd. I took one step further a nd converted the sound to AC3 2CH using TMPGenc AC3 plugin, which I used through DVDlab. DVDlab will also import the subtitles if there are any. Use DVD lab to put it all together and you have your DVD in about half the time it takes TMPGenc just to transcode the video. Enjoy! Somtimes Winavi will do the whole thing for you in real time or faster depending on the file.
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Seems odd to resurrect a 14 month old thread just to be able to find a place to paste in your canned response. Not that there is anything wrong with the advice, I just wonder if Christiansaint will ever see it...
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Seems odd to resurrect a 14 month old thread just to be able to find a place to paste in your canned response. Not that there is anything wrong with the advice, I just wonder if Christiansaint will ever see it...
I agree 5 canned responses in 3 different forums, 3 in the same forum, in 25 minutes or so in 5 different topics....all by a new user upon joining....hmmm what else comes in a can.....4 letter word starts with an S and ends in an M

S_ _ M - and if we play hangman nobody would get hung.

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@jm1647 - please observe rules 2, 17 and 18. Thank you.

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Your Welcome, I will. Rule violation noted. I shoulda used the report a post instead of commenting to the post prior to mine about canned responses. I will use the report post function now.


Edit - Also if Enquisitor comes back, if he is offended in anyway, I will promptly apologize in public.

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Having reviewed Enquisitior's post, I believe it is on topic and relevant, and although the original poster may not read it, others might.

Thanks for reporting it.

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Having reviewed Enquisitior's post, I believe it is on topic and relevant, and although the original poster may not read it, others might.

Thanks for reporting it.

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I did not report it as off topic or not relevant but as suspecterd SPAM and as I edited my previous response when notifed of a #2 rule violation, I will publicly apologize to Enquisitor if he feels offended in any way.
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Old 20 Oct 2005, 03:37 AM   #9
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See guys yuo never know. I did see the reply and found it really useful.

Thanks again.

Please do not giive up on us outsiders. Yuo have a great web site, but frankly I learn more than I can give so inconsequence do not always log on

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@Christiansaint - I'm glad the response(s) was good for you, Your a patient user after all this time. And your right you don't have to log in here to see posts/responses. Well welcome back to the land of responding. And thanks for the feedback!
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Hey guys. What a response to somebody trying to help. I'm glad you found my post helpfull Christiansaint. I have searched a long time for help and didn't find much that did. I had to help myself. Sorry if I sounded pedestrian. I continue my search for better tools and better ideas.
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Glad you did and sorry if you got offended (as I stated in my edit I did in the canned response post I made that I would apologize) "I apologize". It just looked a little suspicious to do 5 of the same responses and leave in a short time. As Christiansaint said. Thanks!!!
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Please continue to join us Enquisitor. Great to have you aboard

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Glad to be aboard, thanks for the apology.
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Glad to have ya - the apologiy was necessary and I'm glad you accepted it. As it was noted I violated the rules. I just shoulda reported what I thought and not posted in public about any posting thought to be in violation of site/forum rules. This should be a good lesson to all users here.
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