"TProgressBar property out of range"

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"TProgressBar property out of range"

Postby trustfm » Mon Jun 06, 2005 7:06 am

"TProgressBar property out of range"
is based because the sub have other format than the extension !!!
Examples :
if the subtitle file has this structure :
{1}{1}23.976
{462}{505}El espacio,
{505}{558}La frontera final.
Then the extension Must be txt or sub NOT SRT !!!

if the subtitle file has this structure :
1
00:02:36,280 --> 00:02:39,556
Hi There !

2
00:02:43,800 --> 00:02:45,233
Still Here ?
-Yes !.
...
then the extension of that file must be srt and not txt/sub
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"TProgressBar property out of range"

Postby mgmg » Sat Nov 12, 2005 7:45 pm

I got the "TProgressBar property out of range" error when
generating the sup, even though I'm using the correct file
extension for my subtitle file.

My subtitle file has the .srt extension, and its format is as follows:

1
00:00:01,167 --> 00:00:04,898
Here is a subtitle line in Traditional Chinese font


My .srt file is encoded in Unicode, using the Traditional Chinese font.
When running Txt2Sup, I set "Font Name" to "MingLiu" and
"Font Charset" to "CHINESEBIG5".

I did not get an error when loading the .srt file. The error occurred
after clicking on "Generate Sup".
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Postby trustfm » Sun Nov 13, 2005 12:26 am

mail the the srt at [mail@trustfm.com.ru]
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Postby mgmg » Sun Nov 13, 2005 1:44 am

trustfm wrote:mail the the srt at [mail@trustfm.com.ru]


I've mailed you my srt file.
Thanks!
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Postby trustfm » Mon Jan 28, 2008 11:48 pm

The error in these cases was that the srt was not an real srt file but something like
00:00:00-00:00:05 My sub...
a strange format . So when you get this error make sure that your subtitles are correct
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