[vdr] Re: Any plugin that views srt and subs on Live TV

Burak BAYER bbayer at havelsan.com.tr
Thu Dec 22 08:39:46 CET 2005


Niko Mikkila wrote:

>On Wed, 21 Dec 2005 19:08:38 +0200
>"Istvan Fuley" <aironet at tigercomp.ro> wrote:
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>>I know about DVB subtitles plugin, and it's work fine on my VDR. But Burak 
>>BAYER asked about a plugin which is able to display OFFLINE (.sub or .srt) 
>>subtitles watching live tv.
>>You can download subtilte files for many movies in various languages.
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>Syncing would need to be done manually and it is not easy to do on the fly.
>Why not record the show, remux to MPEG-PS or some other well-seekable container,
>add and sync the external subtitles and watch with the MPlayer plugin?
>This could be done almost automatically with ProjectX and a simple script except
>for the syncing part.
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>Niko Mikkilä
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But it is not very reliable solution for me even you need harddisk and 
much time for this. For example you can simply search subtitle text if 
you hear well-known words like "hello,bye etc.."  Or with EPG data 
subtitle can be easily synced. Some channels have very good EPG timing...

There is a software in Windows that name is ProjectIGI. - 
http://www.srebrenik.net/programi/ - It can sync and draw subtitle any 
overlay surface..




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