[Matroska-devel] Re: Re: Subtitles in MKV? Any docs?

Martin Bottanek davenger at radlight.com
Fri Jun 18 17:50:36 CEST 2004


Nevermind ... I found one ;)

Seems to work fine. New RadLight will support all subs in MKV natively :D

Thanks again!

"Martin Bottanek" <davenger at radlight.com> wrote in message
news:cauv0o$ta4$1 at sea.gmane.org...
> Thanks. Do you know where could I get a Matroska+VobSub sample file?
>
>
> "Moritz Bunkus" <moritz at bunkus.org> wrote in message
> news:20040617101713.GA25704 at bunkus.org...
> > Him
> >
> > > thanks for response....
> >
> > You're welcome.
> >
> > > we're not using Gabest's VSFilter because...
> >
> > I see :)
> >
> > > (we've already done VobSub support too)
> >
> > If you want to support VobSub in Matroska, too, then you'll have to be
> > aware of the storage method used. Like S_TEXT/SSA the contents are
> > changed for S_VOBSUB.
> >
> > 1. The studd that's found in the .IDX file is put into the CodecPrivate
> >    element. This does not include the 'timestamp:' entries, of course.
> >
> > 2. The actual packets ONLY contain the SPU packets, not the surrounding
> >    MPEG stream. Also one Matroska block contains all the SPU sub-packets
> >    that belong to this SPU packet - so SPU packet assembly is done in
> >    the muxer, not in the filter.
> >
> > Those are the two main differences between VobSub stored in external
> > .idx/.sub files and VobSub stored in Matroska.
> >
> > Mosu
> >
> > --
> > If Darl McBride was in charge, he'd probably make marriage
> > unconstitutional too, since clearly it de-emphasizes the commercial
> > nature of normal human interaction, and probably is a major impediment
> > to the commercial growth of prostitution. - Linus Torvalds






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