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|MaestroSBT is a DVD subtitle rendering utility. It produces subtitle bitmaps and import scripts for Scenarist, DVD Maestro and others from SSA v.4 files. PAL and NTSC formats are supported, and aspect ratio correction is provided for both 4:3 and 16:9.
18.104.22.168 (March 27, 2011)
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Afraid I can't offer much objective reviewing on this tool - no matter what I did, I simply could NOT get it to load an .ssa file. Even when I tried the example script used by AviSynth's textsub guide, it kept claiming that there were no styles present and wouldn't go any further (bit of a bummer, given that it has the ability to make styles and apply them to various lines of sub text and all - should just inform of then skip over that prob and allow me to repair it, surely?)
The supplied guide gives absolutely no clue on how to fix this - it's all about what to do once you've got it running, except for one different (and probably rarer) error that i'm unlikely to run across, having hand-carved the subs myself.
Funnily it's up to v2.6, so I suspect this is either a momentary glitch that should be fixed in the next minor release, or there's something wierd going on with my PC. The sub files themselves load just fine in textsub and a few other tools i've tried.
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