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What exactly?

Prass is a script written by tp7 for fixing timing (and other things) in subtitles. It’s doing a good job on official subs (like Crunchyroll). They usually have styling and timing issues. That script can’t fix bad translations though. 😉


What do I need?

The Subfix-Pack.


So, what should I do after downloading it?

After extracting eveything, you have to read the “ReadMe.txt”.
Everything else is explained there.


Changing the styling:

You need Aegisub for that.
Change the styles in one of the template files inside the “audio” folder.
You can also copy and create your own template files.
Keep in mind that you’ve to add the fonts as well. See below.


Adding fonts:

Copy your fonts into the “audio” folder.
Only two fonts are allowed so far. One normal font and one italic font.


Using the script:

If you finished all these steps above, you are ready to use it.
Just run the “Fix_Subs-XX.XXXfps.bat” file inside the main folder and follow the instructions on-screen.
You can open the batch file with an editor and change some default values to your liking.


Sushi Mode:

Mode 1 – Fixing one frame gaps
Mode 2 – Fixing bad timing (Crunchyroll)
Mode 3 – Fixing bad timing (Amazon)
Mode 4 – Fixing bad timing (Netflix)
Mode 5 – Fixing bad timing (Funimation)
Mode 6 – Fixing bad timing (Sentai)


Settings you can change inside the batch file:
fast = skip everything except video/subtitle input: "y" or "n"
extract = drag and drop mode, recommended if the subtitles are inside the .mkv file: "y" or "n"
source = subtitle format: "ass" and "srt" supported
timing = shift the subtitles by frames: "-2","-1","0","1","2" supported
sush = use sushi for fixing the timing of the subtitle: "y" or "n"
sushmode = decide the modus of sushi: (see above)
secpass = Forces audio sync and fps for better results and removes muxed subtitles before fixing subtitles: "y" or "n"
mux = mux the final result into a mkv file: "y" or "n"
template = template.ass file that stores all styles, inside the "audio" folder
font = the font for your default styling, inside the "audio" folder
font2 = the font for your italic styling, inside the "audio" folder