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I am looking to rewrite Srt2Sup and merge in the functionality of SupRemap. It will have many of the features that have been requested like text attributes (bold, italic etc) selectable fonts and colours, command line processing and much more!
To assist with this redevelopment I ask you to make a small donation, Thank You!
SupRemap a4.04 – ReadMe D0-2
What is SupRemap
is a post-processing tool for Srt2Sup. It is primarily used for people that want
to mix SUP subtitles with original subtitles from a DVD and want to change the
colour pallet mapping used in the SUP file. Or those people that want a simpler
way of editing the colours in an IFO file.
default Srt2Sup uses colours 0, 1, 2 & 3 in the IFO colour pallet this
program allows you to change this mapping to any of the sixteen colours say
12,13,14 & 15.
you don’t know what I an talking about here then it is unlikely that you need
SupRemap unless you want to use it to insert the colours given to you by
Why did I bother?
have wanted to add their own subtitles to movies that already have subtitles.
When this is the case the original subtitles would want to use colours 0, 1, 2
& 3 and so did the SUP file created by Srt2Sup. This became a problem if say
the original subtitles wanted colour 0 = white and Srt2Sup wanted colour 0 =
would have added this functionality in Srt2Sup if I had not lost the sources for
that application so the next best thing was a post processing application. I
know it introduces another step in what is already a complex process, but hey
what do you expect for free!
So what do I do?
Just changing IFO colours:
Simple re-mapping a SUP file
re-mapping a SUP file
can contact me on email@example.com
with bug reports and feature requests. I will not answer “how to” questions
or “where can I get” questions. I hope you understand! If you are going to
contact me please tell me the version you are using, if you are PAL or NTSC and
send me your SUP files if they would be useful!
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Downloads are offline at the moment I don't have the time or the funds to fix this - Please donate!
I have been told about a nifty little application that is great for syncing subtitles. If you have a DirectShow MPEG2 filter you can even work directly on a VOB file and it creates SRT files ready for Srt2Sup. Get it at:
If you want a good guide on creating subtitles with Srt2Sup then follow these links:
This page was last updated on 01-Jun-2004.