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post #61 of 719
Thread Starter 
The Bourne movies all have the subtitles burned into the video track already. There's no need to do anything.
post #62 of 719
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Originally Posted by Favelle View Post

So what do we have to do with those ones?

When you see an english sup file that is much smaller than other english sup that's a dead ringer...In my GUI I look for one that's 1/20 the size of the others. The newer version of eac3to may catch it in the logs...There was something in the release notes about that. I should try re-ripping Gran Torino and see.

Mike
post #63 of 719
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Originally Posted by Stryker412 View Post

The Bourne movies all have the subtitles burned into the video track already. There's no need to do anything.

I'm working on backing up the Bluray versions now and the "forced captions" did not automatically show up. What software did you use to rip/encode?
post #64 of 719
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Originally Posted by MikeEby View Post

When you see an english sup file that is much smaller than other english sup that's a dead ringer...In my GUI I look for one that's 1/20 the size of the others. The newer version of eac3to may catch it in the logs...There was something in the release notes about that. I should try re-ripping Gran Torino and see.

Mike

Yeah, the latest ea3to gives the total number of subtitles in the log, like this:

Subtitle track 10 contains 1160 captions.
Subtitle track 11 contains 53 forced captions.
Subtitle track 14 contains 1382 forced captions.
Subtitle track 15 contains 85 captions.
post #65 of 719
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Originally Posted by MikeEby View Post

Those are the tricky ones to catch...Gran Torino was the same way...I think it's a Warner Brothers thing...They still like VC-1 encoding too.

It has nothing to do with Warner. The studios do this mostly for multi-lingual discs, where you have several subtitle sets for the different languages. The use of "automatic" subtitles is very common on European discs. E.g., the European Bourne trilogy discs use subtitles (translated to the playback language) for the location captions, whereas on the US versions the captions are burned into the video.
post #66 of 719
You can add this:

Snatch - Subtitles_8_English_FORCED
post #67 of 719
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Klutzy View Post

I'm working on backing up the Bluray versions now and the "forced captions" did not automatically show up. What software did you use to rip/encode?

AnyDVD-HD to rip and Ripbot to encode.

Mike you releasing a new version of AEAC3? I still have that beta copy you sent me.
post #68 of 719
Night at the Museum 2 has some forced subtitles.
post #69 of 719
The Day the Earth Stood Still has a track which is very short and is subs for a few non english speaking parts.
Subtitles_12_English.sup
post #70 of 719
Seven Pounds has some forced english subtitles in the first sub track.
post #71 of 719
Thread Starter 
I gave you access to the spreadsheet.
post #72 of 719
Thanks updated my finds as well as Snatch from JonnySak.
post #73 of 719
Does Eastern Promises really have forced subtitles because eac3to didn't catch them....
post #74 of 719
the latest Rambo has forced sub's. Burmese soilders dialog.
post #75 of 719
Babel as quite a bit
post #76 of 719
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Originally Posted by merzbow View Post

That's why I always rip all English subs then run them through BDSupToSub to preserve only the forced. Works like a charm.

how does one go about doing this??
post #77 of 719
Stryker412, do you plan on keeping this updated??
post #78 of 719
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by aeroutaF35 View Post

Stryker412, do you plan on keeping this updated??

Yes, Shane and I have been adding movies.
post #79 of 719
what subtile output file format is needed when using BDSup2Sub to process the .sup file and MKVmerge to merge the video, audio, and subtile file created from BDSup2Sub.
post #80 of 719
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Originally Posted by aeroutaF35 View Post

what subtile output file format is needed when using BDSup2Sub to process the .sup file and MKVmerge to merge the video, audio, and subtile file created from BDSup2Sub.

idx/sub
post #81 of 719
i get an error
LL
post #82 of 719
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Originally Posted by aeroutaF35 View Post

i get an error

Your screenshot is too tiny for me to read any of the text. Here's what you do: rip all of the english subtitle tracks, then run each one through bdsup2sub until you find the one that has forced subtitles. Then, export only forced subtitles. Next, run mkvmerge, add the main movie, audio, and forced subtitle file on the input tab, add your chapters in the global tab, then start muxing.
post #83 of 719
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Originally Posted by kegobeer View Post

Your screenshot is too tiny for me to read any of the text. Here's what you do: rip all of the english subtitle tracks, then run each one through bdsup2sub until you find the one that has forced subtitles. Then, export only forced subtitles. Next, run mkvmerge, add the main movie, audio, and forced subtitle file on the input tab, add your chapters in the global tab, then start muxing.

I have tried adding the subtitle file on the input tab. But when i start muxing it errors and says

"Error: The file 'F:\\MKV Movie\\Seven Pounds\\1_6_subtitle_exp.xml' cannot be attached because it does not exist or cannot be read."
LL
post #84 of 719
sheesh.. i figured it out..i was making a silly error.
thanks for your help!
post #85 of 719
well, not quite there yet. I was able to get mkvmerge to mux all 3 files however, no subs during playback. any suggestions??
post #86 of 719
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Originally Posted by aeroutaF35 View Post

well, not quite there yet. I was able to get mkvmerge to mux all 3 files however, no subs during playback. any suggestions??

What player?
post #87 of 719
Wmc
post #88 of 719
any ideas why they may not show?? or are there any other threads which cover using BDSUp2Sub and MKVmerge? This seems like it should be a straight forward process.
post #89 of 719
I don't use WMC for playback but it is usually the sub renderer that is the problem. With MPC-HC you either use the internal filter or an external one. Also have to allow the application to pre-load or auto load the sub while other filters do it on their own.
post #90 of 719
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Originally Posted by Killroy View Post

I don't use WMC for playback but it is usually the sub renderer that is the problem. With MPC-HC you either use the internal filter or an external one. Also have to allow the application to pre-load or auto load the sub while other filters do it on their own.

Agreed...Others have gotten forced subs in WMC working, I'll be damned how? If someone has a step by step I would like to know how too. I've installed vobsub...what's the step after that?

Mike
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