Triple 9 english subtitles?
Tue Apr 26, 2016 20:40
Hey, I hope this is the right forum to ask for this.
Usually when a good movie comes out, the cam versions are way early, just like in this case and by the time a good version comes out there are already plenty of subtitles.
Now regarding Triple 9, even though cam versions are out for a long time, recently (2 days ago I believe?) a decent version came out.
Now to my request, I can't find good english subtitles anywhere, there are either auto translated ones or semi decent ones that give the same idea of what the characters are saying, but not the exact words.
So, are there any good english subtitles for the movie?
Thanks in advance.
Tue Apr 26, 2016 21:09
Did you try here?
Thanks for the quick reply.
Well these subtitles are the decent ones, but not word by word as usuall.
You might want to wait for a retail encode, but being
that it's already in English many encoders won't add Subs.
I try to always because subtitles don't add much to the file size.
I would imagine that .srt files will start coming out by then,
though .sup files would be nicer.
Tue Apr 26, 2016 21:30
Well my english is pretty good and I understand everything, it's just a really strong habit of watching movies with subtitles that I can't get rid of lol.
So basically you're saying most chances are english subtitles will be around when blue ray versions etc will be around and not before? I really hope not lol (and well by judging other movie releases it wasn't the case such as this one)
Never heard of sup files.
Well, when you encode from a retail BD it's easy to just
do the subs too, because they are already there.
Dubs, well they can really start to add to the file size.
.srt files are just simple text files that you CAN mux into
a file or add as a external file when playing.
.sup files are like the ones are contained on a DVD or BD
and they look much better and come in different resolutions.
They cannot be played as a external file with your average player.
One thing I always hated about .avi files was keeping all those .srt files! yuk!
Wed Apr 27, 2016 01:01
Blah, how ironic lol.
So I found out translating using an existing srt file is simple as hell, just editing the text in the lines and keeping the timestamps, and I found an auto translated hebrew subtitles.
Now I wanted to watch this movie with my girlfriend.. but I don't want to ruin the movie for myself by translating it first and then rewatching it. (as her english isn't good enough to understand movies completely.)