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Old 24 Oct 2004, 08:16 AM   #1
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Hello guys i have downloaded some free fansub anime shows that are unlicensed in the us and i was wondering how i can keep the subtitles from being cut off when being converted from xvid to vcd?The original resolution of the files is 640x480,i would appreciate anyone's help,and the show is called bleach.
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Old 24 Oct 2004, 08:33 AM   #2
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What makes you think the subtitles (I assume you mean they are PERMANENT subtitles) will be cut off when you convert to VCD?
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Old 24 Oct 2004, 10:28 AM   #3
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because i have converted them and the subtitles get cut off when being played on the tv,not sure why either.
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ARE they permanent subtitles (part of the .AVI file) or a separate subtitle file that plays together with the .AVI?
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permanent subtitles that are part of the avi file.
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If that's the case, is the TOP part of the picture also being cut off?
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yes.
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"get cut off when being played on the tv"

If this is only happening on your TV (and NOT on your PC), it would seem that your television's "Vertical height" setting is set too big. If you have controls available (either physical knobs on the front or back of the TV, or onscreen), reduce the "Vertical height"...
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Old 29 Oct 2004, 10:37 AM   #9
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I ALSO HAVE DOWNLOADED SOME ANIME'S AND NOW THE SUBTITLES ARE SHOWING UP WAY TO LATE AFTER THEY SPEAK. THE FUNNY THING IS THAT PSOME OF THE EARLY ANIME I DOWNLOADED AND CONVERTED TO SVCD ARE PERFECT...BU THESE ARE MESSING UP. CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHAT TO DO...
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1) Your question is different than that of "dukenukem" and should be posted as a "New thread"

2) Please turn off your CAPS LOCK key
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I have the same problem... But my television doesn't have the option to adjust the "Vertical height." It doesn't happen on my PC, only my tv. Is there any other solutions?
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