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Has anyone encountered a subtitle drift in DSA 3.0?  My video file is 23.976 and it's 54 min long.  Subtitles start off spot on, but by the last subtitle, which appears at 00:51:44:22, it pops on 3 seconds and 4 frames too early.

I've never encountered this issue before.  I've had my subtitler stretch everything out and it works as a workaround, but I'm curious to know if there's anyone else out there that's seen it.

I hope I'm not speaking to an empty room.  And I guess at this point there's no options to upgrade to the latest ver.  That ship has sailed.  What is everyone switching to?

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Ari, try reviewing this forum post:

Good luck. Rob

Thank you very much.  I'll give this a go!


Hi Ari.  Did you get your subtitle issue sorted out?  I've had this in the past.  I set the Time Code to 24000 in the header of the DOST file and I set the Time Code of the source file in DoStudio to 24 also. (Not 23.98)  This seems to be the best way to handle subtitles in DoStudio.

Casey Mershon

Casey, yes, thank you. The link above did the trick. Thanks for checking. Hope all is well!

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