I was wondering how to recreate sub files; that you would find in a movie release. I need a complete breakdown of steps if possible thanks.
Date: 18 Jan 2017 00:22
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here's how I do it… (in commandline on Windows)
srr -z C:\Apps\pyReScene-0.6.rc1-w32\Subs\rar -t C:\Apps\pyReScene-0.6.rc1-w32\Subs\temp big.1988.extended.dvdrip.xvid.fragment.cd1.srr
srr -z C:\Apps\pyReScene-0.6.rc1-w32\Subs\rar -t C:\Apps\pyReScene-0.6.rc1-w32\Subs\temp big.1988.extended.dvdrip.xvid.fragment.cd2.srr
srr -z C:\Apps\pyReScene-0.6.rc1-w32\Subs\rar -t C:\Apps\pyReScene-0.6.rc1-w32\Subs\temp big.frag.subs.srr
-z flag is what you specify after running the preprardir command to extract usable rar versions; -t flag is for which temporary folder for rar to use while recreating the original archives.
The last input line, with big.frag.subs.srr, recreates the original scene packed archive using the two sub-archives we made in the first two steps.
This should do the trick for the stuff which comes with .sub and .idx files (aka vobsubs).
Hope that clears things up for you.
What exactly do you want to know? How to recreate the vobsubs .rar file? To do this you need to have the .sub and .idx files and a bit of luck because they are often compressed.
A missing .sub file cannot be recreated.
To reconstruct a vobsub rar, do the following:
- Download the vobsubs .srr file from srrdb
- Extract the stored files: pysrr -x rls-subs.srr
- You may delete the languages.diz file and receive a rls.srr file when double packaging is used.
- Reconstruct the .rar with the compressed .sub of the inner .srr first (see tutorial for reconstruction of compressed rars)
- When successful, reconstruct based on the .srr you downloaded. This needs the newly reconstructed .rar and .idx.
- Verify with the .sfv
ok so I extracted the files and now have 3 files
Now the next step you gave me I don't really understand I read the tutorial on reconstruction of compressed rars.
By the way I am using the Rescene GUI and not the command line.
I also have the .sfv for the subs if that helps.