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Gold_Ultima
Posted: May 28 2019, 02:17 PM


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QUOTE (darkdream787 @ 41 minutes, 48 seconds ago)
If your dealing with a hard subbed video file, I just used subrip to extract them. It can be a pain in the ass if the subtitle colors are hard pin down in the software. Might even end up typing entire lines in manually. But you just select the text color and the texts outline color and the program tries it's best.

If it cant be done easily or gives you problems, sometimes doubling the resolution of the video with some Noise Reduction applied (If your working with animation that has compression artifacts) with avisynth and trying to rip hard subs with subrip will make it a bit easier.

Wow, thanks! That should save me boatloads of time even if it doesn't work perfectly! I'll definitely look into this.
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Posted: May 28 2019, 08:11 PM


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QUOTE (darkdream787 @ 9 hours, 13 minutes ago)
There is a program included called mkvextract which will let you extract video audio, subs, etc from MKV files.

Though as a note, that program is somewhat clunky to use. I would recommend gMKVExtractGUI to make it a little more user-friendly. cool.gif
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QUOTE (Nomake Wan @ May 28 2019, 08:11 PM)
Though as a note, that program is somewhat clunky to use. I would recommend gMKVExtractGUI to make it a little more user-friendly. cool.gif

I just use MKVExtractGUI2.exe it's plenty friendly with a GUI, and works fine for me anytime I have used it. I've had no issues with it.

I never seen one with a g in the name. Possibly because I use an older mkvtoolnix version.
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QUOTE (darkdream787 @ 9 hours, 19 minutes ago)
I just use MKVExtractGUI2.exe it's plenty friendly with a GUI, and works fine for me anytime I have used it. I've had no issues with it.

I never seen one with a g in the name. Possibly because I use an older mkvtoolnix version.

Well sure, to each their own, but recall that initially you told Gold_Ultima to use the mkvextract program that comes with MKVToolNix. wink2.gif
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QUOTE (Nomake Wan @ Jun 1 2019, 07:43 AM)
Well sure, to each their own, but recall that initially you told Gold_Ultima to use the mkvextract program that comes with MKVToolNix. wink2.gif

It came with mine. Mine had 2 versions included.
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Interesting. I can confirm that no modern version, at least for the last several years, has included any sort of GUI front-end for MKVextract. They have always required you to get a third-party frontend like MKVCleaver or gMKVExtractGUI.
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QUOTE (Nomake Wan @ Jun 3 2019, 07:14 AM)
Interesting. I can confirm that no modern version, at least for the last several years, has included any sort of GUI front-end for MKVextract. They have always required you to get a third-party frontend like MKVCleaver or gMKVExtractGUI.

Mine is from 2011 or so, maybe 2012 its pretty aged by now. I got it from someone and never needed to look for an update because everything works just fine and I kinda prefer the older simple GUI after I saw the newest one on a friends computer. Never heard of the MKVCleaver you mentioned until just now.

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Currently back to work on Initial D series. Time to get the 1080p release finished.

The Final Stage 1080p scripts are running through the encoder now. Screenshots will be up when they finish.

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