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|0002082||DCP-o-matic||Features||public||2021-09-13 23:29||2021-09-20 00:19|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Platform||Mac||OS||OS X||OS Version||10.14|
|Summary||0002082: How to specify subtitle language for burned in subtitles?|
In DOM 2.14.x, you can specify subtitle language in the "ISDCF name" window, and it gets included in the DCP name.
I cannot find a similar place to specify this in DOM 2.15.160.
If you add an SRT file, you can set the subtitle language for the SRT, and that is reflected in DCP name. However, what if you're not adding an SRT but the video has burned in subtitles already? I cannot see a place to specify subtitle language in this case.
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The option to specify burnt-in subtitle language is now under "advanced settings" - right-click on the content and choose "Advanced settings..." from the menu.
The reason this changed is that the new SMPTE metadata can say that there is more than one subtitle language in a CPL. This means that any UI which sets the subtitle language for the whole CPL/DCP is not quite enough any more.
It's a tricky thing to get right, and I'm happy to hear suggestions!