Mikagis Double-click wherever you want the subtitles to appear in the Video Box to set the position. The alpha values are given in decimal and are between 0 andwith 0 being fully visible and being invisible. Note that it is legal to have t1 and t2 specify times greater than the duration of the line, but it might not be very useful to do so. Set the distance from the text to position the shadow at, with X and Y position set separately. The first form that does not specify a style will reset to the style defined for the entire line, while the second form, that specifies the name of a stylewill reset the style to that specific style.

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There was no reason not to do all three versions - vertical, horizontal, and by character. I had to make sure there was some point in it, so I had to come up with something extra. There is, however, the Centred gradient, as well as the fact that you can gradient several lines at the same time - as long as the same settings are suitable. You can also use floating point for the clip stripes, so the clips can be for example 2.

Now about how it all works here. Rather than gradienting between two lines, the transition here is made between the current state of the line and the given tags. Current state of the line includes style. On the right, you can see examples of each gradient mode. All of these are easily made in one run.

As I already mentioned, accel can be used for all three. Shorter rotations is the same thing lyger has. Centred gradient is one that transforms to the centre and then back. As you can see on the right, though, and as you may have experienced at some point, due to the nature of fonts, you get too much of the orange and too little of the purple.

This is where the accel setting is really useful. As you may need a few attempts to get it exactly right, note the section on the reuse function further down.

This works with GBC as well, with an additional bouns. The same way you use asterisks in the Tag position field for inline tags, you can use it to give a GBC an alternative "centre". Of course if you apply it to multiple lines with different texts, it will only work for the one s that match the text of the first one.

The other ones will be centred normally. Now what happens with those inline tags when you run a vertical gradient on this? If you select black colour, everything will get gradiented to black, whatever the original colour is.

As already implied, when you have a GBC line, you can add gradients for other tags and they will be merged with the existing ones. You can still use some tricks when working with one line, though. You can also do a gradient by several characters, if you type a number in the Tag position field. The field has to contain only 1 digit and nothing else. If the number is too large, nothing happens. In the end I also added Gradient by line, which is a simple fbf transform.

Centred gradient works for this as well If you check Last in the GUI, end values for GBL will be taken from the start tags of the last selected line if available. Special functions This is all for the Special button. The distance between the first 2 points of the clip mark the original size; distance between points 3 and 4 mark the final size. This way you can theoretically match linear zoom in the video without Mocha. It may be useful to duplicate the line if you need to see the text while drawing.

Pick something in the video, match the size of it with 2 clip points on the first frame and with another 2 points on the last frame. Distance will be used from current shadow. Left is ordinary shadow. Right is the 3D effect. You can best see it on the top part of the last letter.

The space between the letter and the shadow gets "filled". Or you can scroll down to NecrosCopy which has this more easily accessible and a better picture. If it finds more, it deletes them all and uses the last one in the line. It will read the current bord and frz from the line or from style and create transforms based on given interval. This way you can create wobbling effects and such. Not too useful, but you can convert it with the above tool to drawing.

This also allows you to resize it with the scaling tool and convert back, so you can get various sizes. It selects lines that overlap with other lines. If you set for example and , your line will be triplicated, with the first one being ms long, the last one ms, and the middle one whatever is left of the original duration.

This can be useful for song styling when you want to apply some transforms to the first or last ms, for example, because applying the transforms to the lines with the whole duration can be much more laggy, and lines with too many transforms can look too chaotic to work with them. Apply to This is quite simple. You can choose to which of the selected lines you want to apply the changes based on the 4 restrictions. When dealing with multi-layered signs, you may need different tags for different layers, so this can make it easy.

The last one with "Text The "Text The "All" default values will still apply to all, but if you select layer 0, tags will be applied only to lines on other layers. Same goes for Shift times and the text position preset. Repeat Last will run the last used function with the last used settings. This is basically useless now, as the tags will be shown right above this checkbox now anyway, but I felt no need to remove it.

Instead, I added another function to it. Checking "show" will also show you some information in case some lines are unaffected by what you did.

This will display how many lines were unaffected and usually some clues about why that might be. The bigger point here is the reuse function. Unlike Repeat Last, this only remembers the tags the transformable ones , but it lets you use a different function and restrictions. If you simply applied tags before, you can now reuse the tags for other lines, to make transforms or gradients, or to apply to different layers, etc. For example, you may have 5 layers and want to apply things to layers 3 and 4.

You can fix the settings and reuse the tags. This, aside from being somewhat informative, allows for reusing them with some slight modifications. Now you can reuse them with the correction without having to select them all again. Save Config saves the current configuration to a file named "hydra4. Help button loads an extra part of the GUI with some basic usage instructions. Bind them to hotkeys, and you can shift these symbols word by word and then use the associated presets for turning these into tags.

First line is the starting point; each next line is after pressing the hotkey for Bell Shifter once. Of course you can just keep pressing the hotkey to make them go to the end of the line and disappear, but if you want them gone faster from a long line As you can see in the example, they always end up after spaces. Aside from using the HYDRA presets to replace them with tags, you can also use Masquerade to replace them with some predefined and some user-defined things, and you can use the regular replace function to replace them with anything.

Thus you can get anything somewhere specific in the middle of lines. An extra option is to move by just one character. This is done by commenting the line. Then they move by character instead of a word. So the Bell will end up literally in the middle of the character, splitting it into some codes.

See Cycles for more on that. Arrow Shifter This one is similar in principle, but marks tags, or more precisely backslashes. The benefit of that is that when you have for example two versions of a typeset that you want to compare, you comment one, select both, and then the hotkey for this will hide the visible one and unhide the other one at the same time.

Check why? This will be useful when you run something and feel like nothing happened when it should have, and you wonder why.

It mainly informs whether a line was changed or not, and tries to provide reasons for why not. Some more complex functions have their own GUI with more detailed explanations.

Some simpler functions have their own macros that you can hotkey. From v4. Another addition is Spin Doctor. This consists of settings in the Morphing Grounds and two macros for hotkeying. The settings let you choose a tag frz, frx, fry, fax, fay, xshad, yshad, fsp and a step by which they will be changed default 0.

This was mainly intended for fine-tuning frx and fry, which is often difficult with the inbuilt tool, if you want to change the x value by 1 and not touch the y value. After playng with it for a bit, I realised that adding more tags that allow negative values is super trivial, so I threw in the shadows and spacing as well. If some other tag is marked colours, blur , the macros default to whatever was last selected in the GUI or to frz.

Reloading automation always resets this to frz. That would hardly be interesting enough, though. If you check smooth, you can smoothen some tracking data.

This is possible when you uncheck layers. A smoothening factor is applied in the Force Field. If your tracking in Mocha does something weird in one random frame, this may help, though it is yet to be seen how practical this actually is.


How to Edit Video Subtitles with Aegisub

The name Automation covers the entire scripting functionality of Aegisub. About Automation The single purpose of Automation is — as the name implies — to automate various aspects of subtitle creation and editing. To date this has mainly been for creating karaoke effects but Aegisub 2 introduces Automation 4 which also allows creating more general purpose macros and also changing the style definitions and other meta data for the subtitles. Some of the goals of Automation: Macros to automate complex subtitle editing tasks Export filters to generate complex effects from simpler input Karaoke effects Probably several yet-undiscovered uses Using Automation Aegisub comes with several Automation scripts already packaged and ready to use.



Kelkis While the subtitle is displayed, it moves at constant speed such that it will arrive at pointat the same time it disappears. You can set the border width to 0 zero in one of the directions to entirely disable border in that direction. Note that the lines are copied as plain text and can be copied and pasted freely between text editors, chat programs, web browsers, other instances of Aegisub etc. This is essentially the same as adding another pair of coordinates at the end of s.



Malagrel Options — Aegisub Manual See the tutorial for an introduction to typesetting, using some basic tags. Right The right margin. Tags in the second category modify all text after the tag until the end of the line or until the property is re-overridden by another tag. Calculate pos as follows: Split lines before current frame Duplicate the selected line s manuaal, set the end time of the original line to the frame before the current video frame, and set the start time of the copy to the current video frame. Vertical margin for this line. Only enabled if you have more than one line selected.


Just look at auto-generated Youtube subtitles! When the line appears on screen, the subtitle is atSet the color of the following text. Popular Topics It is legal to specify negative rotation amounts, as well as amounts larger than degrees. The subtitle starts out at point x1y1 and moves with constant speed so it ends up at x2y2. I dont understand a thing. Any janual text within override blocks is silently ignored, so they are also commonly used for inline comments. See the tutorial for an introduction to typesetting, using some basic tags.

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