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Embedding of cyrillic russian/ukrainan subtitles from STL file

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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  • Hey Dmitry!

    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....
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  • Hi Harald!

    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?
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