moritz at bunkus.org
Thu Apr 14 13:10:03 CEST 2005
> Does the file format ".sub" has any patent issue? And can I find or
> receive the spec. about this file format?
There are at least two subtitle formats that use the .sub extension, one
a text subtitle format, the other is simply a couple of data blocks
copied from a MPEG2 stream (e.g. from a vob file from DVDs). So you'd
have to look for MPEG specs, and we certainly don't provide them.
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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