[MPlayer-dev-eng] [PATCH]seeking for vobsub

陆然 hephooey at fastmail.fm
Thu Dec 4 06:57:03 CET 2003


> Yes, this information is useless when not playing dvd.

when you want the subtitle to be scaled properly you will need the orignal 
size of the dvd movie.

> Well, AFAIR .sub is mpeg-compatible stream which contains timestamps.
> All required info is there, except for palette.

I also think the mpeg-compatible stream contains timestamps, but I don't know 
if these timestamps can be used to sync with the movie, the idx file usually 
will do some trick like "delay" or adjust the timestamp to get a better 
effect(I cannot connect to www.gabest.org to find some docs about vobsub 
format:( ).

> Try this player: www.crystalplayer.com (download "professional" version,
> it has little more features but displays banner). It has several
> interesting subtitle features, e.g. it supports fonts styles and
> formatting from .js/.ssa/.smi and needs only .sub file to display
> vobsubs. It has a number of features that mplayer hasn't, however it's
> also true backwards. And I don't like its overbloated interface.

I download one yesterday, and it always killed by WindowsXP before I can see a 
subtitle :(, maybe I'll try it again when they release a new version.

Best Regards,

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