srtpal wrote:It does not seem to quite work. I uploaded Slovak subtitles for a movie (I actually had to listen to the soundtrack and type it all by hand because the DVD had no subtitles). Then I used SubDownloader to upload the hashes, and that worked just fine.
I then translated the subs to English and uploaded them by hand. Used SubDownloader again, but this time it did not seem to work because the hash information is not displayed for the English version, even though it is correctly displayed for the original Slovak version.
That is very strange.
srtpal wrote:Except, I do not trust the uploader to give me credit for my work. I take my subs very seriously and spend a long time preparing them and would be quite annoyed if I did not get credit for my work. So I always upload on the web first and add the hashes later with SubDownloader. Besides, SubDownloader does not ask for the imdb ID, so what’s the point using it to upload first when it would not tell OS what movie the subtitles are for?
And the web says to use it even if the subs have been uploaded on the web.
srtpal wrote:By credit I meant the web site saying Uploaded by srtpal. I rarely sign my subs. I don’t feel it is right to put my name on subtitles I produced by using SubRip, so I only sign those I have either created from scratch (as I did with Soľ nad zlato since the DVD contained no subtitles) or if I have translated them from one language to another.
srtpal wrote:I see your subs list many video files each. Does your software send all those hashes at the same time, or do you have to send them separately?
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