Welcome to the new BlahBlahCafe!

Currently, we are experiencing some DNS problems. We hope to fix this as soon as possible.

We have migrated to a new server. As with every migration, some things might have been lost in translation (at least, that's my experience in software development). The main problem is logging in into the boards. These could be caused by several reasons:

- Your browser cache & cookies need to be cleared because we moved to a new server. If you get the error message whilst logging: "The submitted form was invalid. Try submitting again.", you need to clear your cache & cookies. You can find a "Delete cookies" option at the bottom of this page.

- There is also a chance that your password is not correctly converted to the new system. This is a known bug with migrating the system. The only solution is to request a new password, there's a link on the form that will send an email to you to create a new password. If that fails, I can set a password for you, you can contact us at the "Contact us" link at the bottom of the page.

Les Granges Brulées Deluxe Edition


Post Posted Thu Apr 08, 2021 7:51 pm
Dr_Jones


User avatar
Posts: 2517
Likes given: 28
Likes received  : 43

No, only Frech, sadly.
Post Posted Thu Apr 08, 2021 9:53 pm
Jote


User avatar
Posts: 836
Location: Lodz, Poland
Likes given: 18
Likes received  : 21

I once found Les Granges Brûlées on a torrent. Accompanied by a single .srt file. The subtitles were in... Bulgarian. Which was funny because 1. it's a very niche language; 2. it's a language I happen to know
Post Posted Fri Apr 09, 2021 9:17 am
Synner


Posts: 35

Dang it. I do have a ropey version of the movie I found online years ago, which does have English subs, so I’ll have to stick with that.
Post Posted Sat Apr 17, 2021 3:17 pm
Dr_Jones


User avatar
Posts: 2517
Likes given: 28
Likes received  : 43

A friend of mine and zoolook.nl veteran La Cage found an english subtitle file. He synced it with his Les Granges Brulees video and sent me a copy of the srt file. I tested it with the 2021 remaster and it was half a second out of sync so I synced it with this release.

So here it is:
lgb.zip
(21.97 KiB) Downloaded 13 times
I've tested it with VLC, but VLC and DVDs + subtitles is a bit buggy. I got it working after ripping the DVD to mpeg and converting the srt file from UTF8 to ISO-8859-15.
I didn't test it with the bluray since my laptop doesn't recognize blurays for some reason, I have to get that working first.
Post Posted Sat Apr 17, 2021 10:58 pm
SF01


Posts: 102
Likes received  : 2

Keep in mind the DVD is 25fps and the BD is 24, so the DVD runs a little bit faster, so the subtitle would have to be synched separately for those 2 discs.
Post Posted Sun Apr 18, 2021 7:11 am
Dr_Jones


User avatar
Posts: 2517
Likes given: 28
Likes received  : 43

Yeah, I'm aware of that. I thought I do the easy things first
Post Posted Wed Apr 28, 2021 9:36 pm
Dr_Jones


User avatar
Posts: 2517
Likes given: 28
Likes received  : 43

I've finally managed to play the Blu Ray on my Linux computer (by ripping it, it turns out it's impossible to play Blu Rays legally on Linux :evil: ), so I could experiment with the DVD srt file.

I've recalculated the times and I think the srt file is pretty good now:
lgb_br.zip
(24.15 KiB) Downloaded 10 times
Post Posted Wed Apr 28, 2021 11:26 pm
SF01


Posts: 102
Likes received  : 2

Dr_Jones wrote: Wed Apr 28, 2021 9:36 pm I've finally managed to play the Blu Ray on my Linux computer (by ripping it, it turns out it's impossible to play Blu Rays legally on Linux :evil: ), so I could experiment with the DVD srt file.

I've recalculated the times and I think the srt file is pretty good now:

lgb_br.zip
Because Linux is free and open source and to play BD there is a license that needs to be paid, so neither free, nor open source. But ripping is free.
Post Posted Thu Apr 29, 2021 7:16 pm
Finaero


User avatar
Posts: 2678
Location: Finland
Likes given: 21
Likes received  : 10

I think I've actually put a Blu-Ray disc into a BR player and watched something that way at least twice... every other instance when I've gotten a BR disc, it's been straight off to MakeMKV after that ;)
Post Posted Thu Apr 29, 2021 7:44 pm
SF01


Posts: 102
Likes received  : 2

Finaero wrote: Thu Apr 29, 2021 7:16 pm I think I've actually put a Blu-Ray disc into a BR player and watched something that way at least twice... every other instance when I've gotten a BR disc, it's been straight off to MakeMKV after that ;)
The only BD player I have is PS3 and I don't have HDTV, where I have PS, so only good old analog, to watch on PC I had to install some obscure library for VLC to be able to play discs, then they have to be copied as to SSD co that I can rip the audi ofrom concerts, as DVD-AE can't open AACS BDs...







  • cron
    2020 Zoolook.nl
    Powered by phpBB forum software
     

     

    cron