[mythtv-users] Font for subtitles

Andreas linuxdreas at dslextreme.com
Fri Aug 3 20:51:26 UTC 2007

Le Freitag, 3. August 2007, Craig Huff a Úcritá:
> > Hi Craig,
> > I use ccextractor from http://ccextractor.sourceforge.net to get the
> > closed captions from my recordings. It doesn not work with mythtv's own
> > file format, nuppelvideo, but it works well with mpeg recordings. For
> > all I know ccextractor is only taking  care of the closed captions as
> > broadcast in North America, not any subtitles or video/teletext from
> > european recordings. I use a couple of scripts that take of extraction,
> > applying the commercial skiplist/cutlist to the closed captions and the
> > recording and finally moving the closed captions to the recordings
> > directory so that mythtv automatically displays them when the recording
> > is played.
> Andreas,
> Thank you for the information.
> Does ccextractor take parameters to apply a cutlist?  If not, what
> tool(s) do you use to make the cuts in the closed captioning stream?
> Craig.

Well, that was actually the tricky part. I wrote a script that lets 
ccextractor save the closed captions in a srt file, and another script that 
parses that file with the information from the cutlist. If you are 
interested, I'll send them to you off-list.


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