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Sup subtitles in bluray folder
04-30-2010, 10:43 PM
Post: #1
Sup subtitles in bluray folder
Dose anyone know how to add subtitles filse (*.sup) to already existing Bluray folder structure?

I have Avatar bluray folder and I want to add Croatian subtitles which I have as an external sup file.

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05-01-2010, 12:30 AM
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RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
TSMuxer GUI can... you need to add BD files and then add the .sup file then mux together

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05-01-2010, 07:28 AM
Post: #3
RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
(05-01-2010 12:30 AM)indiejones Wrote:  TSMuxer GUI can... you need to add BD files and then add the .sup file then mux together


But how do I add whole BD folder with TSMuxer?

When I go to add I can only choose one file. I would like to keep the original structure, so naturaly I want to add the whole folder not just one file...

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05-07-2010, 09:11 AM
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RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
So - is there any way to view subtitles in sup format in a bluray folder structure?

I have been googleing for quite some time and still didn't find an answer...

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05-07-2010, 10:06 AM
Post: #5
RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
Load the largest .M2TS file from the STREAM directory (I assume anyway you remuxed already the main movie only to BDMV structure so there is probably just one).

Drop your .SUP file into TSMUXER window, be sure to select the language for the stream.

Remux to BDMV structure.

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05-07-2010, 10:21 AM
Post: #6
RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
(05-07-2010 10:06 AM)jj666 Wrote:  Load the largest .M2TS file from the STREAM directory (I assume anyway you remuxed already the main movie only to BDMV structure so there is probably just one).

Drop your .SUP file into TSMUXER window, be sure to select the language for the stream.

Remux to BDMV structure.

Cheers,

-jj-


Thank you for your answer.
Yes, I am familiar with that procedure.

But, what I want to do is to keep the whole BD structure as it is now (together with menues, extras, playlists, audio tracks...). So, is it possible to just add the subtitles (sup) in an existing folder structure without changing its original structure?

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05-07-2010, 10:49 AM
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RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
Im afraid thats not possible
You can only add sup by doing a reauthoring of the structure, and cannot keep the existing structure in that process.
Atleast not with any current freeware tools.

You can add Croation subtitles as external subtitles to the structure only by using an .srt subtitle

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05-07-2010, 11:00 AM
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RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
(05-07-2010 10:49 AM)spawn Wrote:  Im afraid thats not possible
You can only add sup by doing a reauthoring of the structure, and cannot keep the existing structure in that process.
Atleast not with any current freeware tools.

You can add Croation subtitles as external subtitles to the structure only by using an .srt subtitle


That was my guess also...

I didn't quite understad you in that last sentance? Do you mean that I simply put srt file inside the stream folder where the main (largest) m2ts file is? And name it the same?
Would that work? I quess I would than only have to use the subtitle key on the remote to browse on the given srt file?
Would this keep DTSMA streaming since I need C200 BD player app for that? I was under the impression that this player is different than the player for single file play (where I normaly use srt files externaly), and therefore it handles subtitles differently? I may be way off here, just thinking outloud...

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05-07-2010, 11:35 AM
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RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
(05-07-2010 11:00 AM)nathan.never Wrote:  That was my guess also...

I didn't quite understad you in that last sentance? Do you mean that I simply put srt file inside the stream folder where the main (largest) m2ts file is? And name it the same?
Would that work? I quess I would than only have to use the subtitle key on the remote to browse on the given srt file?
Would this keep DTSMA streaming since I need C200 BD player app for that? I was under the impression that this player is different than the player for single file play (where I normaly use srt files externaly), and therefore it handles subtitles differently? I may be way off here, just thinking outloud...

You just put the srt next to the bdmw folder
Everything Else will be the same

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05-07-2010, 11:36 AM (This post was last modified: 05-07-2010 11:37 AM by nathan.never.)
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RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
(05-07-2010 11:35 AM)spawn Wrote:  You just put the srt next to the bdmw folder
Everything Else will be the same


Ok, thanks.

By 'next to the' you mean 'in it' or 'in the same level as it'?

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05-07-2010, 12:19 PM
Post: #11
RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
The same level as the BDMV folder

So you have a main level with the movie name like Avatar
Inside that level you put the BDMV folder (consider this not as a folder but as a single disc, this is how its viewed by the player) - in the same level, next to the BDMV folder put the .srt file
You can do the same if you have a BD.iso (which is also just viewed as a disc with a BDMV folder on it) - put the .srt next to the BD.iso

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05-07-2010, 12:22 PM
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RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
(05-07-2010 12:19 PM)spawn Wrote:  The same level as the BDMV folder

So you have a main level with the movie name like Avatar
Inside that level you put the BDMV folder (consider this not as a folder but as a single disc, this is how its viewed by the player) - in the same level, next to the BDMV folder put the .srt file
You can do the same if you have a BD.iso (which is also just viewed as a disc with a BDMV folder on it) - put the .srt next to the BD.iso

Ok, thanks, I'll try that!

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05-07-2010, 05:14 PM
Post: #13
RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
Why don't you just replace one of the existing PGS streams with the Croatian subtitles (keeping the same language name as the stream you remove), remux to M2TS, then use that to replace the main movie file and see if that works. If not, yeah, you need to re-author the Blu-ray.

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05-07-2010, 10:25 PM
Post: #14
RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
(05-07-2010 05:14 PM)jj666 Wrote:  Why don't you just replace one of the existing PGS streams with the Croatian subtitles (keeping the same language name as the stream you remove), remux to M2TS, then use that to replace the main movie file and see if that works. If not, yeah, you need to re-author the Blu-ray.

Cheers,

-jj-



That's a brilliant idea!

But I just realized that there is a problem playing Avatar... I have the whole disk saved in a folder structure on the hard drive and it just won't play. I only see the first message about the advisement for a possible need of an update to the player and after that only a black screen until I stop it back to the C200 menu.

Is this confirmed as a problem with this title?

I remember seeing something about the Avatar bluray disk problem, but I taught it was only limited to when you play it from the optical disk - that's why I used folder structure - but still no luck...

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05-08-2010, 06:13 PM
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RE: Sup subtitles in bluray folder
(05-07-2010 12:19 PM)spawn Wrote:  The same level as the BDMV folder

So you have a main level with the movie name like Avatar
Inside that level you put the BDMV folder (consider this not as a folder but as a single disc, this is how its viewed by the player) - in the same level, next to the BDMV folder put the .srt file
You can do the same if you have a BD.iso (which is also just viewed as a disc with a BDMV folder on it) - put the .srt next to the BD.iso


I think you are wrong. I just played around with it and couldn't make it work like you suggested.

I have this structure:

E:\Avatar\BDMV

If I understood you correctly I should place the subtitles like this:
E:\Avatar\Avatar.srt

But instead, I found out it should be like this:
E:\Avatar.srt

This way it's working.

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