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Old 27 Jul 2004, 12:40 AM   #1
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Hi,

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I convert a subtitle to Ulead DVD WS 2 .txt format using Subtitle Workshop by Urusoft. The original format of subs was .srt.

On the .srt format the subtille syncronization whith correspondent video was perfect but after converted and inserted in Ulead DVD WS2 it's desyncronizes.

Can anyone help me ?

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Old 27 Jul 2004, 03:34 AM   #2
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choose a different frame rate when you convert (subtitel workshop, in the left panel)
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Old 27 Jul 2004, 04:43 AM   #3
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ok...

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But how I know what's the original framerate of the sub which I load in subtitle workshop to convert?

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Old 27 Jul 2004, 04:59 AM   #4
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your original subtitle is srt; srt is time based, and you said it's in sync, so you lose the sync in the conversion process.
so you will have to choose the actual framerate of your video (as input and output).
what format is your video? if it's avi, you can check the framerate with gspot, if it's dvd (vob's, m2v, mpeg2), you should know if it's NTSC (29.97fps) or PAL (25fps).
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Old 27 Jul 2004, 08:53 PM   #5
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Hi, again...

Thanks !!

My video format is .m2v (NTSC) converted by TMPEGenc. In the Subtitle Workshop input framerate is the original framerate of the original .avi video?? That's correct? And the output framerate is the framerate of the .m2v converted video?? Isn't it ?

Please... help me again... and please can you detail the process??

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Old 28 Jul 2004, 12:01 AM   #6
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theoretically, as you don't want to change the timing, you should choose 29.97 for both imput and output.
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