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Subtitleeditor 0.21.1
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Joined: 31 Jan 2009
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Location: Italy

PostPosted: Wed 13 Jan 2010, 19:45    Post_subject:  Subtitleeditor 0.21.1
Sub_title: Program for create subtitle (used from fansubber)

The program and all the library are taken from debian lenny repository, and then I make a pet.
I tested it on puppy 431 and work properly.
If you want load also the video you need to have a full installation of Gstreamer (of course not included in my pet). I prefere to load the video in Gxine and use subtitleeditor just only for edit the subtitle traslation.
GStreamer installatiion make puppy too much fat.


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PostPosted: Fri 22 Jan 2010, 15:41    Post_subject:  


Thanks for putting the link for the pet here

I tried it with Gstreamer and had a lot of problems - and as you mentioned it made my puppy also very fat.

With Gstreamer going I now have running videos right there to help with making of subtitles.

I found this thread helpful for getting Gstreamer

You also need liboil to get Gstreamer to work. (also available on above thread)

Running subtitleeditor from the console there are still a lot of error messages from Gstreamer - I guess even the Gstreamer pets from the above mentioned thread are somewhat incomplete.

Anyway it appears to work
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PostPosted: Mon 15 Feb 2010, 13:29    Post_subject:  

Yes paulski, I tried gstreamer too, but is so heavy, but if you wish there is another subtitle editor you can use even better of this one, called aegisub, here you can get a binary build


so you don't need to compile yourself, but don't work in puppy 431 or older, cause it need a newer glib version.
You can use dpup for running with success this program.
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