Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Black Bars Subtitle file for Transformers: The Last Knight in 4K
#1
Question 
I don't know how to make a subtitle stream in PGS format that has black bars as subtitles.
If someone can please create them for the movie Transformers: The Last Knight, I'd appreciate it.

The constant shifting in aspect ratio is just very annoying. I'd rather view it in a constant ratio.

Would the subs need to be mastered for 4K or is that irrelevant?

#update#

largest aspect ratio looks like 2.29:1 - taking screenshots from the blu-ray and then cropping the black bars
gave a res of 1920x840px

so for uhd the black bars should be for a aspect ratio of 3840x1680px
Reply
Thanks given by:
#2
Does no one know how to do this?
Reply
Thanks given by:
#3
Lost this thread... dunno about UHD-BD (read: if the subs are the same and will work on free soft player), but I can do it for BD; just tell me the exact lenght, the framerate and the actual frame size (1920x840?)
Fundamental collection thread | Vimeo channel | My personal blog
Reply
Thanks given by:
#4
I have not the 4K version, but just the HD one; made the subs for it (with active frame at 1920x840px), tested the file and it works well with MPC-BE.

2160p is not recognized as a valid resolution for .sup subtitles (at least, not using BDSupEdit), so I was not able to produce such file; I tested it simulating UHD with a simple avisynth script (just load 1080p file and upscale it to 2160p), and it works as well, always with MPC-BE.

File link (will expire in a month): https://fs08n5.sendspace.com/dl/73089980...Knight.sup
Fundamental collection thread | Vimeo channel | My personal blog
Reply
Thanks given by:
#5
Damn, I missed that post. Can you please repost?

How do you make a such a subtitle in the first place?
Reply
Thanks given by:
#6
I can; but please remember me via PM on Sunday...

About how: I have written something about it on the YAO thread IIRC (but, maybe I am wrong... Big Grin )
Fundamental collection thread | Vimeo channel | My personal blog
Reply
Thanks given by:
#7
If you're playing on PC, you could just use the crop function almost every player has.
Reply
Thanks given by:
#8
(2018-11-11, 06:39 AM)TomArrow Wrote: If you're playing on PC, you could just use the crop function almost every player has.

Yep, but any movie has different AR... so, a YAO sub track should be mandatory for any full open matte/IMAX movie! Happy
Fundamental collection thread | Vimeo channel | My personal blog
Reply
Thanks given by:
#9
(2018-11-11, 10:02 AM)spoRv Wrote:
(2018-11-11, 06:39 AM)TomArrow Wrote: If you're playing on PC, you could just use the crop function almost every player has.

Yep, but any movie has different AR... so, a YAO sub track should be mandatory for any full open matte/IMAX movie! Happy

Fair enough. At least VLC has a few different Crop settings, see picture:
[Image: 1bjzkMq.png]

I guess there might be a few cases that still aren't perfectly covered by these, but I don't imagine it's a lot.
Reply
Thanks given by:
#10
Yep, I guess this cover maybe 99% of the cases... but think about that poor 1%! Big Grin
Fundamental collection thread | Vimeo channel | My personal blog
Reply
Thanks given by:


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  [Idea] Transformers: The Movie - International cut in HD SpaceBlackKnight 1 484 2017-12-21, 09:59 AM
Last Post: Booshman
  [proposal] Mad Max: Fury Road - Black & Chrome recolored spoRv 16 4,462 2017-07-31, 10:49 PM
Last Post: spoRv

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)