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  1. CinemaPhile

    Copy And Convert - Help!

    HELP! I've been attacked by the Roxio Gremlins again. I'm converting my VIDEO_TS format films to mp4 or wmv [whatever will work] for use with Plex [it seems that Plex won't work with VIDEO_TS format files.] The Copy and Convert feature ignores my option settings. Here's what happens: I turn off subtitles as shown in the first screen scrape. When I return to the convert video screen as shown in this next screen scrape, all seems well; I went about my merry way thinking I had set all the "switches" and began to convert my video. When completed, I discovered that my converted video had subtitles in it; so I started over again, and this time checked the options panel after I set the the options, only to discover that clicking OK isn't OK with my version of Roxio; and discovered the settings as shown in this last screen scrape. Does anybody have a clue as to what's happening? I've pushed every "button," moved ever "lever," and turned every "knob" on this "recalcitrant child" and am at a loss. Einstein said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. I guess I'm insane; I've repeated the procedure a dozen times; and it worked once with another video, but not with any others. Any and all help that leads to a resolution of my latest Roxio crisis will be gratefully appreciated.
  2. I'm using Avid DVD (Sonic's DVDit) and I've tried numerous typefaces for subtitles but have yet to find one that presents without heavy aliasing. The subtitling is on mostly short form SD projects with maximum quality compression settings. Has anyone found a font that works best, or a way to improve the quality of the subtitle text? Karl Tallahassee, FL