How to embed russian subtitles from STL file? I have tried to do that with english teletext using video filters at source:
--Teletext inject from STL
--Teletext(OP42) to OP47
It works well. But when I tried to do the same with cyrillic teletext russian letters were translated to same english. So I can see only latin characters after embedding any subtitles. Is it possible to embed original cyrillic text from STL file to OP47?
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Sorry, i dont know how the stl importer works exactly. The only thing you could pay attention is the encoding of your stl file. You could try to input a file that is UTF-8 encoded. E.g. Notepad++ is able to show and change the encoding of the file.
I would definitely try if it is a difference if i put in a file that windows notepad saved (ANSI) or Notepad++ with a forced File encoding thats UTF-8.
In the end, it depends on what encoding the developers of the STL Filter chose as encoding, how they read the file, etc....
Thank you for participating. I've tried to encode STL file to UTF-8 using Notepad++ Portable, but Carbon declined conversation with Generic Error in Plugin [CR:0x00010F10]. I' ve encoded STL file also to UTF-8 without BOM. The same situation as with original file - russian text with english characters that sounds similar! I had good result using FAB Subtitler Demo. And what about Carbon?