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Subtitler (lite)

  

VLC Extension

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Forum:  Link
Downloads:  43808
Submitted:  Jul 13 2012
Updated:  Nov 2 2014

Description:

"Subtitler (lite) mod.lua" - A semiautomatic workaround for VLC-2.1+ with [Refresh] button in the dialog box that should be pressed periodically during playback. Just use it with some button presser / key sender (see USAGE below).
"Subtitler (lite).lua" - The extension works only in VLC-2.0.x. The automatic solution should not be forgotten. VLC archive: http://download.videolan.org/vlc/

Subtitler (lite) is VLC extension that displays subtitles on the screen in a playing video and/or in a dialog box. Now you can watch your film with 2 different subtitles. Subtitler (lite) mod now can SKIP unwanted scenes (intro, credits, commercials, unimportant scenes, ...) or MUTE selected scenes.

DOWNLOAD:
- click the download button below
- save the .zip file
INSTALLATION:
- extract (unzip) the .lua file and put it in the VLC subdir /lua/extensions (create "extensions" directory if it does not exist there), by default:
* Windows (all users): %ProgramFiles%\VideoLAN\VLC\lua\extensions\
* Windows (current user): %APPDATA%\VLC\lua\extensions\
* Linux (all users): /usr/lib/vlc/lua/extensions/
* Linux (current user): ~/.local/share/vlc/lua/extensions/
* Mac OS X (all users): /Applications/VLC.app/Contents/MacOS/share/lua/extensions/
* Mac OS X (current user): /Users/%your_name%/Library/Application Support/org.videolan.vlc/lua/extensions/
Restart the VLC.
USAGE:
Then you simply start the extension by going to the "View" menu or "Vlc > Extensions" on Mac OS X and selecting it there.
The extension will try to load SRT subtitle file of the same name and location as a playing media ("d:\films\film.avi" --> "d:\films\film.srt").
Subtitler (lite) mod: Then you need to keep pressing the [Refresh] button in the dialog box. You rather use some button presser / key sender. Following ones are included in the package:
- "keypresser.vbs", a simple VBScript for Windows users;
- "buttonpresser.applescript", a simple AppleScript for Mac OS X users
http://addons.videolan.org/content/show.php?content=152364&forumpage=1#c473169
- Linux, xdotool - A shell script:
http://wikiwiki.jp/disklessfun/?misc1#e976f4fa
"sleep 0.1" or "usleep 100000" instead of "sleep 1"?

AutoHotkey script for Windows:
https://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=97791&start=40#p407054

To set up the Subtitler (lite), please edit global variables at the beginning of the script:
http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=97791#p346506
subtitles_uri = nil
The default value nil means, that the variable subtitles_uri is not defined and the script automatically looks for a SubRip (SRT) subtitle file of the same name and location as a playing media ("d:\films\film.avi" --> "d:\films\film.srt"). You can customize the "srt" extension in filename_extension variable (see below).
You can set your custom uri ("file:///D:/films/subtitles.srt"). A web browser can help you to encode a path in uri format (Firefox: open a file (drag&drop) in the browser, right-click, show info).
output_dialogbox = false
Set the value true or false. If it is true, then it displays subtitles in the dialog window.
output_osd = true
It displays subtitles in a playing video. If a video is not available (audio files), then it automatically displays subtitles (lyrics) in the dialog box.
osd_position = "top"
You can place subtitles in a playing video on "top", "top-left", "top-right", "left", "center", "right", "bottom", "bottom-left", "bottom-right".
charset = "Windows-1250"
Set an appropriate code page of your subtitle files (Western European subtitles "Windows-1252"). UTF-8 charset is automatically detected, but you can force it if you want. nil value also means "UTF-8" charset.
filename_extension = "srt"
You can set your custom extension for your subtitles dedicated to Subtitler. You can set a language code ("eng.srt") or you can set some other extension ("srt-vlc") as a subtitle file now can contain commands for Subtitler (lite) mod.
execute_commands = true
The default value executes commands [SKIP], [MUTE] found at the beginning of a subtitle text. You can use any subtitle editor with SRT support (Subtitle Edit http://www.nikse.dk/subtitleedit/ , Aegisub http://www.aegisub.org/ ) or just any ordinary text editor (Notepad) to create/edit SRT subtitles/scripts/cutlists for Subtitler (lite) mod.

Forum location: http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=97791

Donation:
If you find this extension interesting, your donation is welcome at http://www.videolan.org/ to encourage developers to do some maintenance and improvements of Lua Extensions support in VLC.
https://trac.videolan.org/vlc/ticket/8097
https://trac.videolan.org/vlc/ticket/3883




Changelog:

Subtitler (lite) mod 1.2 (2.11.2014) 33650
- support for [SKIP] and [MUTE] commands at the beginning of subtitle text
- autodetection of UTF-8 charset of loaded subtitles
- different method of loading subtitles (URI) now should not have any problem to load subtitle files with paths containing also other than Basic Latin (non-ASCII) characters

Subtitler (lite) mod 1.1 (29.3.2014)
- a workaround for VLC-2.1+ with [Refresh] button in the dialog box that should be pressed periodically during playback. Some software button presser or key sender is recommended. A simple VBS script for Windows users is included in the package.

Subtitler (lite) 1.0 (13.7.2012)
- initial release based on vlc.var.add_callback() function removed since VLC-2.1




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(Subtitler (lite) mod.zip)
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 If the extension crashes for you

 
 by surferau on: Sep 24 2014
 
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locate the string in "Subtitler (lite) mod.lua" file
data = file:read(500000)

and add after

data = string.gsub(data, "\r", "")


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 Re: If the extension crashes for you

 
 by mederi on: Sep 24 2014
 
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What OS?


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 Re: Re: If the extension crashes for you

 
 by surferau on: Sep 24 2014
 
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Pretty much any since the regular expression which used to parse the srt file does not take in mind that in windows line endings are \r\n not just \n . That means any srt file made under windows will not work.


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 Re: Re: Re: If the extension crashes for you

 
 by mederi on: Sep 25 2014
 
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Well, the script works well for me on my system Windows XP, VLC 32-bit. The "\r\n" EOLs are automatically converted to "\n"s by the file:read() function.
Please confirm conditions when is the different behavior. VLC 64-bit? Linux or Mac? I cannot test it, but it is really possible that you are true and additional line of code is necessary there.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: If the extension crashes for you

 
 by surferau on: Sep 26 2014
 
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Did not work on MAC OS


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: If the extension crashes for y

 
 by mederi on: Sep 26 2014
 
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Was it the same crash as was already reported here by conehead on May 31, 2014, and the additional line of code is the solution?
http://addons.videolan.org/content/show.php?content=152364&forumpage=1#c465569
The script should not crash. It just should not find any subtitles in the file. I can pass all necessary information to VLC developers to fix this crashing issue and I can update the script.
Is there any method to send "Enter" keystrokes automatically and periodically into the "Subtitler (lite) mod" dialog box on Mac OSX? Any script or application?
Thank you for your report and solution.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: If the extension crashes for y

 
 by mederi on: Nov 3 2014
 
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Hi, surferau! Please confirm whether the new version (1.2) of Subtitler (lite) mod works on Mac OS X. Thanks.


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 Linux: A shell script for Subtitler (lite) mod

 
 by mederi on: Aug 16 2015
 
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Quote:
http://addons.videolan.org/content/show.php?content=152364&forumpage=1#c477914
On Linux
by KqdK2J4K on: 12 hours ago

http://wikiwiki.jp/disklessfun/?misc1#e976f4fa

Thank you for sharing your script. I will put it in description and package of the extension.


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 Re: Linux: A shell script for Subtitler (lite) mod

 
 by mederi on: Aug 17 2015
 
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Quote:
sleep 1
This command waits 1 second that might be too long. Try to use "sleep 0.1" instead of "sleep 1" or use "usleep 100000" with microseconds. I cannot test it as I am on Windows XP. Please somebody let me know the best solution.


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