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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Subtitling Software

Have you ever wanted to try your hand at subtitling videos?
I have put together the software that I use and an installation guide to help you get started.
I would love to see more people get into subbing the Gaki episodes. There really is a mountain of content that needs to be translated and subbed. Although subbing is a long process, there is great reward when your completed project is appreciated.

Included in this RAR file: Aegisub, Vdub, Any Video Converter, xVid codec and Windows Media player classic.
These are the only applications I use to create hard subbed videos clips, and it seems to work well for me.

Subtitling Software

If you can't unzip these files, you may need Win-RAR, get it here.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing the info and bringing Downtown's work all together in one place, very appreciated.
    I tried subbing at one time, but it didn't go to well. Good to see that there are some good fast subbers coming up.
    Thanks for your hard work.

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  2. Hey Hidensetsu,
    I've seen your work and I think you are being too modest. Great stuff! If you want to collaborate on a project, just let me know. Thx, z

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  3. Wow! I've yet to try this out, but thanks. Currently trying to pick-up the Japanese language (Progress is quite slow at the moment), but thanks for making this so more people can start subbing. Who knows? I feel like trying it myself.

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  4. @Nifster,
    I glad that you are going to try it out! Yes, when I first got interested in subbing, I had no idea where to start. After a lot of online research and watching of YT videos, I put together what seems to be a pretty simple system. I hope you have fun with it :D

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  5. Hey Zurui, I wanted to give it a try, but are there programmes that works on a Mac?

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  6. Hey Cecil,
    You can try this one, http://aegisub.uptodown.com/en/mac or maybe this one, http://www.belle-nuit.com/subtitler/
    I'm not familiar with Mac so I can't give you any advice other than those 2 links. I'm glad that you want to try subtitling, hopefully one of these programs work for you and we can see some of your work soon!

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  7. thanks zurui it will be on my new year to be done list! Cecil

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  8. Hey Zurui,
    i finished to sub the first part of the kiki canned coffee(i just subbed it the translation was already there). I wanted to ask you if you would take a look at it and tell me if it is good or not and where i can improve. It is just a soft sub. I would upload it and give you the download link.

    greetz Dosenpfand123

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  9. Hey dosenpfand123,
    Great to hear that you completed the subs, I'll be glad to take a look at them. Send the link to zuruiotoko@gmail.com

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  10. If anyone needs quality checking for GNT related stuff that hasn't been subbed yet, I'd be interested in giving it a shot. I understand japanese, although my vocabulary is a bit lacking, and can read some kanji, plus my english is nearly perfect.

    Let me know. yrokam+gnt at gmail. Yes, the address is with the plus.

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  11. hey Zurui I am going to download the subbing software, though I was wondering if I wanted to help you guys or anyone else sub some video's would I need to know Japanese or would I be given the subs just to put in? lol
    I am learning Japanese but like most people that have seemed to have posted here, my Japanese is lacking and still am learning (getting better though) so just wanted to know :) Arigato!

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