What does FHDx25p videofile mean in the context of Subtitling?
Thread poster: marijaflora

marijaflora
Australia
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Oct 30, 2020

Hello to all,

I have experience with Subtitling and creating Srt files, embedding etc but admittedly, I don't have a lot of technical understanding about video files themself.
A potential client recently has requested some Aegisub created subtitles that "must fit FHDx25p videofile in size and frame rate".
Does anyone know what "must fit FHDx25p videofile in size and frame rate" means/involves in regards to subtitling please?

Thank you


 

ITProsSubtitles
Italy
Local time: 19:39
English to Italian
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Full HD 25 FPS (PAL) Oct 30, 2020

I guess this is what they mean.

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Sarper Aman  Identity Verified
Turkey
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Full High Definition + 25 frame Oct 30, 2020

Hi,

You need to do some certain settings in Aegisub. For FHD, open preferences and set video resolution 1920 X 1080 (FHD). And Before loading your actual video, load a "dummy video" and set again video resolution to 1920 x 1080 and frame rate 25. And then when you load your actual video, a window pops-up, choose the script resolution. I guess then you're good to go. The sources I found out on internet suggests "1920x1080" is the FHD resolution. I hope that helps. Maybe you should c
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Hi,

You need to do some certain settings in Aegisub. For FHD, open preferences and set video resolution 1920 X 1080 (FHD). And Before loading your actual video, load a "dummy video" and set again video resolution to 1920 x 1080 and frame rate 25. And then when you load your actual video, a window pops-up, choose the script resolution. I guess then you're good to go. The sources I found out on internet suggests "1920x1080" is the FHD resolution. I hope that helps. Maybe you should consider sending a sample to the client before going any further, if this is what they want

Ekran Resmi 2020-10-30 17.57.56

Ekran Resmi 2020-10-30 17.55.44


And this is where you set the script resolution

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[Edited at 2020-10-30 15:05 GMT]

[Edited at 2020-10-30 15:11 GMT]
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Kang Seok Lee
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marijaflora
Australia
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Thank you Oct 30, 2020

Sarper Aman wrote:

Hi,

You need to do some certain settings in Aegisub. For FHD, open preferences and set video resolution 1920 X 1080 (FHD). And Before loading your actual video, load a "dummy video" and set again video resolution to 1920 x 1080 and frame rate 25. And then when you load your actual video, a window pops-up, choose the script resolution. I guess then you're good to go. The sources I found out on internet suggests "1920x1080" is the FHD resolution. I hope that helps. Maybe you should consider sending a sample to the client before going any further, if this is what they want

Ekran Resmi 2020-10-30 17.57.56

Ekran Resmi 2020-10-30 17.55.44


And this is where you set the script resolution

Ekran Resmi 2020-10-30 18.09.30





[Edited at 2020-10-30 15:05 GMT]

[Edited at 2020-10-30 15:11 GMT]


Thank you so much Sarper!


Kang Seok Lee
 


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