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A patch I made for SubRip 1.50b4 that enables batch processing.

Patch for SubRip batch processing

Based on SubRip 1.50 Beta 4.

Improvements:

  • Batch support.
  • Always save in Unicode.
  • Remember previously used character matrix file (auto-load).
  • Checkbox for auto-running post-OCR correction.
  • Auto-select correct language in post-OCR dialog.
  • Remember the last used save directory.
  • Remember language when changing VOB files.
  • Display current language in main UI.
  • Remember "Show Pict." checkbox.
  • Checkboxes for auto-resetting time and text file on start.

Batch example: SubRip D:\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO eng 2

This will save the 2:nd subtitle stream to the file eng.srt. And yes, you should specify the IFO file.

Before you run this you should:

  • configure a character matrix file to auto-load.
  • configure the post-OCR dialog to auto-run.

If an unknown character comes up, the input dialog will come up as usual. The character matrix file will be automatically saved on exit. Note: This batch mode replaces the mode which rips to BMPs.

For a compiled version, download SubRip.exe. Simply download and overwrite an installed version.

See the patch diff, or download everything. TNTComponentsSetup.exe is needed to build the source code.

-Stefan Sundin (2010-08-15)

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