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Cutting the Drama Out of Blu-ray Production

DoStudio Subtitle and Scripting Assistant (beta) available

We have posted a new utility designed to assist with the following tasks:

 

- Country Codes Hex values

- Language Code Hex values

- Subtitle files editing and verification, BDN XML to DOST conversion

- Real-time time-code values conversion to all BD frame-rates

 

(The tool can be downloaded using the DoStudio Smart Support tool from the ‘Downloads’ tab under  ‘current’. User manual coming soon.)

DoStudio Authoring Support

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Comment by Marcus I on September 27, 2013 at 6:00pm

Recently used this app for a project and it really saved us on time. Much thanks and appreciation to the DoStudio Team for putting this together. Look forward to future updates.

Comment by Andreas Gumm on October 21, 2013 at 11:49am

A great & affordable tool!
May it can be taken to to-do list, please make the assistant recognize if subtitle images sequences have spaces in file name. Since it is the last field in text script, it can be isolated & easily corrected.

best regards

Andreas

Comment by Ghost Helper on October 21, 2013 at 11:58am

Hi Andreas.

Thanks for the feedback.  The tool is still in beta and we are glad for any new suggestion.  We'll be releasing an update soon, which has a few bug fixes  (we support now dost files that are not separated by tabs, and we support BDN XML files). 

I like your idea.  To implement it however we would have to rename the pngs as well, since DSA's muxer is not capable of handling filenames with spaces inside.  But renaming the filenames in the dost file as well as renaming the actual pngs is not too much trouble.  We'll add it to the list of new features.

 

 

Thanks.

 

 

-Peter  

Comment by Andreas Gumm on October 21, 2013 at 12:52pm

Hi Peter,

this sounds great, especially the option to convert BDN XML scripts.
Another suggestion, can we have an option to specify an offset since DoStudio by itself has no timecode embedded? Most delivered subtitle scripts starting at TC 10:00:00:00.

Thank you very much for your open mind & to ask our opinion!

best regards

Andreas

Comment by Ghost Helper on October 21, 2013 at 12:55pm

I assume you mean 01:00:00:00. ...but yes, we can add an offset function, so that after offsetting the start timecode of the dost is 00:00:00:00 and all events are moved accordingly.

 

Thanks for the 2 new feature suggestions.

 

 

-Peter

Comment by Andreas Gumm on October 21, 2013 at 1:15pm

We have often TC 10:00:00:00 as start time code here for features longer than one hour.
It is simply easier to read the running timecode on timeline by just removing the first number! ;)

An offset function would save time for me.

Thanks

Andreas

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