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Softsubbing Softsubbing is a method that keeps subtitles seperate from the video and relies on the playback device to combine the two when the video is being played. This method can be best compared to subtitles on most DVDs. The subtitling can be turned on or off as needed, and multiple languages can be supported with just one combined media file. Unlike with a DVD though, digital softsubs are actually text (DVD subtitles are pictures) which adds many nice features at the cost of complexity. Advantages of Softsubbing Softsubs are much clearer on display.
Defaults to #FF5BEF. grid allow focus=BOOL If set to false, the subtitles grid will not be allowed to gain focus. This means that either the audio or the video will be in focus at all times, which may be considered useful by people who get annoyed by the audio display losing focus all the time. However, it might also lead to problems with keyboard shortcuts (among other things). Defaults to 1 (enabled). Keeping it enabled is recommended - the concept of focus is central in Aegisub. grid background=HEX The background color of the grid.
Basics 43 considered "not broken" is UTF-8 and UTF-16, since they're the only ones that supports saving to all languages. Some examples of possible values (the default is UTF-8): · UTF-8 - Works with about every imagineable language on Earth, and some extraterrestrial too. Ever feel like subbing something in Klingon? · UTF-16 - Similiar to, but not the same as UTF-8. e. Microsoft Wordpad and ancient Vobsub versions) that can't handle UTF-8 properly. · local - Saves to whatever your system default charset is.