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DVDSubEdit 1.0

Posted on Saturday, February 18 2006 @ 13:09:23 CET by LSDsmurf

  • Added code to crop subpic to the bare minimum width, allowing horizontal moving. This can be applied to all in the usual manner.
  • Added option to move subpics flush with the nearest border when using borders to move subpics vertically..
  • The main window is now resizable. I cleaned up a lot of the display code, in an attempt to make things faster and cleaner.
  • The main window can also be minimized, or maximized, imagine that! The size and position are saved from session to session.
  • DVDSubEdit no longer needs the CLUT to identify the pixels used for the characters. 
  • Added a "Automatic CLUT" check box to show the main text pixels in white, and all others in black.
  • Added option to load an IFO file after loading a SUP file (this one just for CoNS!).
  • Improved the OCR code, especially with regards to identifying word boundaries.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the app to crash if you fast reloaded a vob that was no longer there.
  • Fixed the infamous "display freezes, app starts writing all over" bug! A brush wasn't being released....
  • DVDSubEditno longer crashes if you quit while running the OCR function.
  • The "save subpic to ppm" option was shrinking the subpicture by a factor 2. This has been fixed.
  • Removed the trailing ' ' at the end of the last line in the OCR output display.

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