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How to Extract Subtitles from TS Files with Caption2ass mod1

If you have recorded some TV programs or videos in TS format and want to extract the subtitles from them, you may be interested in Caption2ass mod1. This is a tool that can help you convert MPEG-TS subtitle data into .ass or .srt files.

In this article, I will show you how to use Caption2ass mod1 to extract subtitles from TS files in a few simple steps. You will also learn some tips on how to optimize your HTML code for SEO purposes.

What is Caption2ass mod1

Caption2ass mod1 is a modified version of Caption2ass, a tool that can extract MPEG-TS subtitle data from TS files and save them as .ass or .srt files. The original Caption2ass was developed by iGlitch[^1^], but it has some limitations and bugs. For example, it does not support Unicode characters, it does not handle some special characters correctly, and it does not work well with some TS files.

Caption2ass mod1 is a private modification of Caption2ass that fixes some of these issues and adds some new features. For example, it supports Unicode characters, it can replace invalid file name characters with underscores, and it can handle multiple TS files at once. However, Caption2ass mod1 is not publicly available and has no official website or documentation. You can only find it on some Japanese blogs or forums.

How to Use Caption2ass mod1

To use Caption2ass mod1, you need to have the following files in the same folder:

Caption2ass.exe: the main executable file of the tool.

Caption.dll: a library file that is required by the tool.

Caption2AssC.ini: a configuration file that contains some settings for the tool.

ReplaceFnameChar.exe: an optional file that can replace invalid file name characters with underscores.

You can download these files from GitHub[^1^] or from other sources. However, be careful when downloading files from unknown sources, as they may contain viruses or malware.

Once you have these files in the same folder, you can follow these steps to extract subtitles from TS files:

Open cmd.exe (Command Prompt) and navigate to the folder where you have the files.

Type Caption2ass.exe "C:\MyRecordedTsFile.ts" and press Enter. Replace C:\MyRecordedTsFile.ts with the path and name of your TS file. You can also drag and drop your TS file onto the cmd.exe window to insert its path automatically. If you have multiple TS files, you can use wildcards (*) to process them all at once. For example, Caption2ass.exe "C:\MyRecordedTsFiles\*.ts".

Wait for the tool to finish processing your TS file(s). It will create .ass or .srt files in the same folder as your TS file(s). The name of the subtitle file will be the same as the name of the TS file, but with a different extension.

That's it! You have successfully extracted subtitles from your TS files with Caption2ass mod1.

How to Optimize Your HTML Code for SEO

If you want to publish your article online and rank well on search engines, you need to optimize your HTML code for SEO. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which is the process of making your website better for search engines and users. Here are some tips on how to optimize your HTML code for SEO:

Always declare the document type as the first line in your document. The correct document type for HTML is .

Use lowercase element names and attribute names. This makes your code more consistent and easier to read.

Always quote attribute values and use double quotes (""). This avoids confusion and errors when dealing with spaces or special characters in attribute values.

Close all HTML elements properly. This makes your code more valid and prevents unexpected rendering issues. 248dff8e21


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