Multilanguage game

  • #10, by MachtnixWednesday, 19. November 2014, 19:39 6 years ago
    Yes, you can also use some software for making subtitles where you put your video.
    And you don't need to necessary have mkv file, you can make .MP4, i'm using sony vegas which MKV even doesn't support.

    Yeah, but I have the prefered format in the contest discription. My cut program is an older one and doesn't work (well) with mp4 or mkv. Myself I use .mov, .avi, .flv or mostly .mpg; but that's not allowed.

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  • #11, by BigStansFriday, 21. November 2014, 00:14 6 years ago
    For multilanguage you can use:
    VGameVideoSubtitleFont (for the font)
    VGameVideoSubtitlePosition (for the subtitle position ] default was bottom)
    VGameVideoSubtitleLanguage (for the subtitle language)
    VGameVideoAudioLanguage (if the MKV have different audio tracks)
    Simply use the ISO 639 to set the languages. MKVtoolnix sets the ISO 639 too.
    for example:
    game:setValue(VGameVideoSubtitleLanguage, de)
    to set the Subtitle language
    game:setValue(VGameVideoAudioLanguage, de)
    to set the Audio Track to german

    and we have:
    for the character output "speech (audio)" language (if the language exists).
    More examples? wink

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  • #12, by ke4Friday, 21. November 2014, 07:23 6 years ago
    Nice, thanks BigStans smile

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