[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 530962] [subparse] parses only every second line of TMPlayer subtitle
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GStreamer | gst-plugins-base | Ver: 0.10.19
------- Comment #9 from Tomasz Sałaciński 2008-05-04 13:08 UTC -------
I've made a little change as you suggested, check the attachment. There is
little overhead right now (it can be noticed, but it works much faster).
It should work like this:
00:14:40:SUB1 long <- 1
00:14:46:SUB2 short <- 2
00:14:48:SUB3 normal <- 3
00:14:51:SUB3 normal <- 4
Let's say, maximum subtitle duration is hardcoded to 5 seconds (in some players
there is an option to change that, but we are talking about a library, not
player). So, the parser should display the sub no. 1 from 00:14:40 to 00:14:45.
Then one second of rest, then normally show the rest. Before returning the
subtitle, it should check for italics (beginning and trailing slash indicates
the text is italic. If there is slash only at the end, it shouldn't be
This is basically how should it work.
I need to know how to check if the file will pass tests, as you mentioned.
Should it just compile or what?
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