[German] Multi-Sensory Interactive Group Language Training

Mitch Altman maltman23 at hotmail.com
Tue Jun 7 16:11:02 PDT 2011


Very cool that you got that going!
 
This would be a really good film to use for our first double-sub-title viewing.  It has very little dialog, and the dialog is probably pretty easy.  If you haven't seen "Sita Sings The Blues", it's a really great movie that took my friend Nina Paley 5 years of her life to complete, and she allows anyone to download the full-resolution version it from her website for free -- totally open source <ninapaley.com>.  And she has actually been making a living from it.  :)
 
Mitch.

 
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> From: embeddedlinuxguy at gmail.com
> Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2011 12:38:57 -0700
> To: german at lists.noisebridge.net
> Subject: Re: [German] Multi-Sensory Interactive Group Language Training
> 
> On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 6:25 PM, Andreas Stadler <rain at meta-mind.de> wrote:
> > if no one comes up with a solution for watching video with multiple subtitles,
> 
> OK I hacked up a proof of concept for this last night. Here is the
> evidence although I do not have audio working yet:
> 
> http://modernhacker.com/sita-en-de.avi
> 
> I am basically "baking in" two sets of subtitles using mplayer, one at
> a time, and then re-encoding the movie with mencoder. Roughly this
> works like:
> 
> mplayer sita.mp4 -sub deutsch.srt -vo yuv4mpeg:file=deutsch.yuv
> mplayer deutsch.yuv -sub english.srt -subpos 80 -vo yuv4mpeg:file=sita.yuv
> mencoder sita.yuv -ovc x264 -o sita-en-de.avi
> 
> Notice that audio gets lost in this process and needs to be re-muxed;
> also it would help to use a font that supports umlauts and other crazy
> Latin-1 glyphs.
> 
> Also, btw, the movie is not originally in German, but a great public
> domain flick suitable for experimenting with :)
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