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Subs + avi = crash

Started by Marthus, June 21, 2012, 05:50:33 PM

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hola, el problema es reciente, el problema es simple cuando intento agregar desde filtros algun subtitulo con extencion .ass el avidemux practicamente se cuelga, no me pasaba esto antes, no se si alguien tiene le mismo problema, pense q era la version q tenia, tenia la 2.5.4 asi q me movi de ubuntu 10.04 a 12.04 solo para tener la version 2.5.6 pero el problema persiste, si alguien me puede ayudar por que necesito urgente hacer unas cosas

Jan Gruuthuse

Lo siento por no responder en español. Yo mismo no sabe leer ni escribir en español. Así que no estoy seguro de si la traducción estaría bien.

with Avidemux 2.5.6 QT load video
Video: MPEG-4 AVC
Filters: Subtitles: Subtitler: press green +
Now in active filters: Subtitler: [Configure]
Subtitle file: open and browse to location of .srt file
Font (TTF): open and browse to a .ttf font like: /usr/share/fonts/truetype/freefont/FreeMono.ttf
Encoding: UTF-8
press [OK]
now press [Preview]
move slider from left to right, you should be able to see subtitles on video clip
press [close]
select preview icon
play video, check subtitles again
should be showing in window showing at the right, left window shows original video


Thx for the answer my english is bad to, but this isn't my problem, my problem is when I open filter/subtitle/ass I select ass file but when I click in ok or close (I dont remember the name of botton) the program is block, I leave for 2 hours but when I returned was still blocked, I suspect the problem is a some library, help me plis ^^

SO: Ubuntu 12.04
Version: 2.5.6

Jan Gruuthuse

Most likely there is an issue with .ass and avidemux 2.5.6, when I tested it blocks to.
If you're on a 64-bit computer you can try this avidemux 2.6 build:
.ass is working (only option available) if you don't do fancy stuff with it.
If that is no option, install subtitle editor and convert .ASS to .SRT


Yes, but I really need ass sub

Jan Gruuthuse

If you are on 64-bit computer download this and install on your Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64-bit:
avidemux Cli/QT/GTK 2.6 64-bit deb download ubuntu 12.04 LTS  <- click
If you are on a 32-bit computer, try building (compiling) yourself the avidemux 2.6:
Requirement list (debian/ubuntu) <- click