I have a project that added subtitles. The format is 16:9 but visible 1:2,35. So I have in addition to the 16:9 still beams. (; you know already) ...
Now when I put subtitles in DVD studio pro, I want the songs: put here or here?
zum Bild I've made the additional beam slightly gray, so it stands of the other!
Put in the additional Verschmälungsbalken? or directly into the film?
And what are the standards for subtitles? size, font?
Antwort von Piers:
So if you have anyway visible, but not used by the video field (; "or here)" area of your chart, then I would put the purely Typo there. Why cover up his video with Typo, if only because something else is free?
The size of the typo I make my goal of always depending on the medium. Movies or broadcast tolerate some minor typo, because here we have a better focus. Encode the case of Internet or mobile devices may Typo quietly what his bigger, because when making fine structures with high contrast have time problems.
Put the typo so great or to small that you accommodate two rows. Thus conversations can be subtitled Bessee pursue.
Antwort von mleko:
to move the subtitles? eg: if I shove a dvd on our old 4:3 TV set, which has the format 1:2,35 synonymous, then the beams are subtitles on the black.
where I is the dvd s.mac enacted, with the dvd program, then beam the dvd so auto 16:9 with, and partly because the subtitles are on the film!?
Antwort von Randoms:
This is totally interesting, because exactly the same thing I asked myself synonymous these days.
Is there really a standard "font / fund" for the subtitles? What in your easy readability is another preferable. Can someone tell me? Appropriate font size?
An answer on the question "where do I get the subtitles better under "..... I would value the following aspect synonymous with gold.
If I have a 4:3 picture with bars 16:9 I have draufgelegt, say 1.85 or 2.35:1. Then what happens is that at a 4:3 TV, the beams in the visible range and are thus one could spoof the subtitles left empty there for the film image. 4:3 But if this film is played on a 16:9 TV, then there are those automatic "zoom" mode s.den TVs, because then there is not the picture zoomed in to the black bars in the picture zoom? Because then the subtitles were not visible ....!? Anyone knows?