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  • RoxieHar

    craigf’s pv1 review 9/21

    0:00:20 The car says,

    “let’s go.” So voice this part. Just extend the end of the
    segment and then

    split to make the segment for the let’s go.

    To extend the segment use Ctrl + ↑.

    To split press the space bar.

    0:00:28 Early Ctrl + → Move the beginning of the segment to

    the right. The subtitles, “You have …”

    appear prior to the words being spoken.

    Also, close the gap Ctrl + ↑ that

    appears at the end of the segment. Once

    you close the gap you will have to adjust the timing of the
    next segment.

    0:00:34 late Ctrl + ← The word disgust appears prior to the

    subtitle box appearing. Move the

    beginning of the segment to the left.

    The green line indicates approximately where the segment
    should begin. The next segment is late also.

    0:00:40 Delete. The

    word Sadness that appears is really fast and the segment
    will fly by. So it is better to combine it with the next

    segment. So it has length. After you

    delete the Sadness segment, move the beginning of the
    segment, “You mean you

    don’t…”, to the left. Ctrl + ←. Below

    depicts how to delete a segment. Also

    this segment is too long. The sounds

    they are making we don’t voice. After “me”

    is spoken count 1, 2, end the segment on the 2 count. (I
    accidently shortened

    the segment, so no need to do this lol).

    This is how you delete a segment. Click on the segment you
    are going to delete

    to activate it. Near the bottom you will

    see arrow and trashcan. Click the

    trashcan and your segment will be deleted.

    0:0047 Too long. Ctrl

    + ↓ Move the end of the segment to the left.

    After he says partner count 1, 2 (slowly, kind of) and end
    the segment

    on the 2 count. 2 counts are about

    1.0/1.5 seconds long. Just remember

    sounds, like crying etc are not voiced.

    0:01:00 Too long.

    Ctrl + ↓ Move the end of the segment to the left. After the
    word disappears count 1,2 and end

    the segment on the 2 count.

    0:01:05 Too long.

    Ctrl + ↓ Move the end of the segment to the left. After the
    word disappears count 1,2 and end

    the segment on the 2 count. The segment

    that follows is early, so move the beginning of the segment
    to the right. Ctrl

    + →.

    A good method to

    check timing is to pause the green line over the gold
    line(beginning of the

    segment). Press play, p, or f the

    speaker should immediately be heard or the words appear
    immediately on the

    screen.

    In the pic below I activate the segment. When activated it
    shows when the green line

    is pauses on the beginning of the segment is actually
    outside of the

    segment. The subtitles appear when the

    green line is inside the bracketed area.

    By pausing on the beginning of the segment, you should not
    hear the

    speaker or see words on the screen. Once you press play, p,
    or f the green line

    enters the bracketed area and the speaker should be heard or
    the words appear.

  • RoxieHar

    luna_nina’s pv1 review 9/21

    0:00:22 Extend Ctrl + ↑

    This segment needs to be combined with the next segment because
    both

    segments are short and will cause the subtitles to flash by
    on the screen. The first thing you do is delete the segment

    that follows segment 0:00:22. Once you

    delete that segment then extend segment 0:00:22 to cover the
    area deleted and

    add the two counts after the last word is spoken. Just count
    1, 2 slowly and end the segment on

    the 2 count. The green line in pic

    indicates approximately where my 2 counts ended. Below this
    pic is a pic to

    show how to delete a segment.

    To delete a segment, click on the segment you are going to

    delete to activate it. Then click the trashcan.

    0:00:26 Extend Ctrl + ↑

    You are going to close the gap by extending the end of the
    segment until

    it merges with the beginning of the next segment. Make sure
    you check the timing again.

    0:00:31 late Ctrl + ← He starts speaking prior to the

    beginning of the segment. You will move

    the beginning of the segment to the left.

    Close that gap to merge the beginning of this segment with
    the end of

    the segment. Again, check the timing.

    0:00:33.2 Combine. To

    combine this segment with the next segment.

    Delete segment 0:00:35. Then

    extend segment 0:00:33.2 to cover the area deleted and add
    the two counts.

    0:00:41.1 late. Ctrl + ←

    Move the beginning of the segment to the left. He speaks
    prior to the subtitle box

    appearing. Also extend the end of the

    segment for two counts or 1.0/1.5 seconds after the last
    word is spoken.

    0:00:47 Extend Ctrl +

    ↑ the end of the segment for two counts

    after the last word is spoken.

  • RoxieHar

    luna)nina’s pv1 10/20

    0:00:22 close that short gap that follows this segment. Ctrl+↑

    0:00:23 Extend end of segment. Ctrl +↑ After the last word is spoken, count slowly , 1, 2,..the segment should end on the 2 count or 1.0 seconds..

    0:00:26 Extend the end of segment for two counts (1.0 seconds) Ctrl +↑ You will be closing the gap because there is less than 4 counts from the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment.

    0:00:31 segment is late. Ctrl + ← He starts to speak in the gap area. Basically you are closing the gap but moving the beginning of the segment to the left.

    0:00:33.2 (disgust) Ctrl +↑ This segment is less than 1.0 seconds. It is too short and needs to be combined with the next segment. The easiest way to merge this with the next segment is to delete the segment that follows. Then Extend the end of this
    segment to cover the area of the segment you deleted. Make sure you add the two counts or 1.0 seconds after the last word is spoken.

    0:00:40 combine the segments. Ctrl +↑ Delete the second segment and extend the first segment to cover the area deleted and add the 2 counts 1.0 seconds. The second segment is actually late, which will make the first segment shorter and less then 1.0 seconds.

  • RoxieHar

    Elizabeth 11/4 pv1

    0:00:02 extend Ctrl +

    0:01:26 Extend. Again, extend for the 2 counts or 1.0 seconds.

    0:01:54 Extend for the 2 counts or 1.0.seconds after the last word spoken.

    0:02:26 Early. Ctrl + → Move the beginning of the segment to the right.

    0:02:50 extend the end of the segment for 2 counts or 1.0 seconds.

  • https://www.viki.com/users/marykarmelina Marykarmelina ღ

    Hello hossienq PV1
    I have checked your video this time. Overall looks good for being your first time.
    You tend to cut the ending of the segment as soon as the speaker stops. Usually we give extra time to the ending of our segments (This is for viewer reading purposes on screen) Try to extend your segment a bit. (Approx 1.5 seconds .. It’s like counting “1, 2 ” in your head and cut there)

    These are the things that I need you to fix:

    0:00:08 + 0.03 a bit late — CTRL+LEFT ARROW (ONCE) & MAKE THE SEGMENT LONGER UNTIL 0:0:13
    0:00:15 too early ——-CTRL+ RIGHT ARROW (TWICE) & MAKE THE SEGMENT LONGER
    0:00:35 extend the ending a bit until around 0:00:38
    0:01:04 late — CTRL+LEFT ARROW (twice)
    0:01:19 delete it
    0:01:23 delete it
    0:01:31 a bit late — CTRL+LEFT ARROW (ONCE)
    0:02:08 a bit late — CTRL+LEFT ARROW (ONCE)
    0:02:11 a bit late — CTRL+LEFT ARROW (ONCE)
    0:02:30 extend the ending a bit until around 0:02:33
    0:02:37 delete it
    0:02:52 delete it
    0:02:54 delete it
    0:03:04 delete it
    0:03:10 delete it
    Good luck!

  • RoxieHar

    hossienq pv1 review 11/17

    0:00:00 Ctrl ↑close the short gap that follows this segment.

    0:00:03 early. Ctrl → Move the beginning of the segment to the right. You need to add 2 counts (count slowly one, two) after the last word is spoken, and end the segment on the 2
    count. 2 counts equal approximately 1.0 seconds. Ctrl ↑ is used to extend the segment.

    0:00:09 Early Ctrl → Move the beginning of the segment to the right. .

    0:00:15 way early. The actor does not start speaking until about half way through this segment. Also extend the end of the segment for 2
    counts or 1.0 seconds after the last word has been spoken.

    0:00:23 close gap Ctrl ↑ The gap that follows this segment is less than 2 counts or 1.0 seconds. Close the gap.

    0:00:26 close gap. After you extend the segment for 2 counts or 1.0 seconds the gap would be less than 1.0 seconds. So close the gap.

    0:00:29 early Ctrl → Also extend the end of the segment for 2 counts or 1.0 seconds after the last word is spoken Ctrl ↑

  • JulilArchuleta

    robertases PV1 review 12/06/15

    0:00:26 Extend this segment for 1 more count. (For total of 2 counts after the last word has spoken.)
    0:02:13 Early. Ctrl + → Move the beginning of the segment to the right.

  • RoxieHar

    Lisa, pv1, reviewed 12/7

    Let’s first work on the timing of segments.

    Pause the green line over the gold line (beginning of the
    segment). You will notice the subtitle box does not appear.

    When you press p/f or play, you should immediately hear the
    actor speaking. When this occurs, your segment is timed well. The segments are actually brackets. If you click a segment, the active segment
    will appear with brackets. When the
    green line moves inside the bracketed area the subtitle box appears.

    After press p/f or play, there is a delay in hearing the
    actor speaking, the segment is early. To
    correct the early segment move the beginning of the segment to the right. Ctrl →
    is used to move the beginning of the segment to the right. Hold down the ctrl key and click the right
    arrow.

    When you hear the actor speak prior to the beginning of the
    segment, the segment is late. When a segment is late, move the beginning of the
    segment to the left. Ctrl ← is used to move the beginning of the segment
    to the left. Hold the ctrl key down
    while you click the left arrow to move the beginning of the segment.

    The majority of your segments are early. So please go back and correct the timing. If you have any questions about this or how
    to do it please PM me on viki.

    Take care

    Roxie

  • RoxieHar

    selvieaakagi, pv1 reviewed 12/8
    Timing was good. Extending the end of the segments and closing the gaps was my focus on her review. I did not list specific times because all of the segments need to be extended or gaps closed. I sent her pictures to illustrate the extension and closing gaps.

  • RoxieHar

    Lisa, pv1, reviewed 12/9

    0:00:11 Extend end of segment. Ctrl ↑ Extending segments, n possible, provides the viewer more time to read the subtitle. To extend the end of the segment, after the last word has been spoken, slowly count 1, 2. The segment will end on the 2 count.
    2 counts is approximately 1.0 seconds. The green line indicates where my counts ended.

    0:00:14 Close the gap. Ctrl ↑ The green line in the picture indicates where I ended my 2 counts. You can see by moving the end of the segment to the green line there is slight gap remaining. When I counted rom the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment there were 3 counts. When there is 3 counts or less rom the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment, you will close he gap. Move the end of the segment to he beginning of the next segment until they are merged. Make sure to check the timing again.

    0:0018 Extend end of segment Ctrl ↑ This one has 4 or more counts from the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment. You will end the segment on the two count, and the rest of the counts will be the gap.

    0:00:21 Close the gap Ctrl ↑ The picture below depicts the green line indicating the ending of my 2 counts. Visually you can see the short gap. There was less than 4 counts from the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment, so the gap will be
    closed. Merge the end of the segment with the beginning of the next segment.

    0:00:24 Extend end of segment. Ctrl ↑ There are more than 4 counts from the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment. Add two counts to the end of the segment, and the rest of the counts will be the gap.

    Make these corrections and then review the rest of the video to make changes for extending and closing the gap. Good work on improving the timing.

  • RoxieHar

    parkdyn_pcy61, pv1 reviewed on 12/10

    Your timing and cuts are pretty good. The segments need some tweaking using the Seg 101 guidelines. All of the seg 101 guidelines are based on the viewer. Extend and close gap are two used concerning
    the end of the segment. We are going to use these two to tweak this video.

    After the last word is spoken, slowly count 1, 2. The segment will end on the 2 count. 2 counts are approximately 1.0 seconds. There are instances when the gap between the segments are short. You will start counting after the last word
    is spoken in the segment to the beginning of the next segment. If there are 3 counts or less you will extend the end of the segment to merge with the beginning of the next segment. This is closing the gap. The picture below depicts that the segments
    merged. In the picture I made the segment active, to show you the double gold line.

    When there are 4 counts or more from the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment, then you will add 2 counts to the end of the segment and the rest of the counts will be the gap. To extend the end of the segment hold down
    the ctrl key and press the up arrow.

    0:00:01 Extend Ctrl ↑ After the last word is spoken count slowly 1, 2 and the segment on the 2 count. The green line in the picture indicates where my two counts ended.

    0:00:05 close the gap. Ctrl ↑ and 0:00:09 Extend Ctrl ↑ the end of the segment for 2 counts.

    0:00:13 close the gap and 0:00:15 Extend end of segment for 2 counts or 1.0 seconds.

    0:00:27 Extend. The end of the segment for 2 counts or 1.0 secs.

    Make the above corrections and tweak the rest of the video using the above guidelines.

  • https://www.viki.com/users/marykarmelina Marykarmelina ღ

    PV1 schizoar09
    This is the review of your PV1 :)
    Good segmenting overall. There are some things we need to work on
    0:00:13 EARLY
    0:00:24 + 0.04 EARLY
    0:00:28 EARLY
    0:00:38 EARLY
    0:00:41+0.02 Create a segment there for “Look at this!”
    0:00:58 EARLY
    0:01:30 EARLY
    0:01:36 EARLY
    0:01:42 Combine it with the next segment until you make only 1 segment
    0:02:55 create a segment there
    Create a segment at the end for the drama credits

  • https://www.viki.com/users/rocsanna Rocsanna

    Hi!

    My name is Roxana, I am a tutor (or mentor, I was never clear on the name of it :))) with the Segmenter 101 project.
    I reviewed your video just now, and I congratulate you for doing a very good job. Your timing is really good, so are the extensions, most of them are perfect.
    You also have a very good ear and generally made the right choices on how to divide.
    I looked at the previous review you received, and I hope I won’t confuse you… there are some segments that I would combine differently – you may have received different directions. It doesn’t mean it’s bad, it’s just that decisions on how to combine and where to split have a high degree of subjectivity to them. A lot of things come down to personal preference. So all things related to that which you’ll see below are how I would cut it, but it’s not the only right way to do it.
    You will see that I’ve added some small segments in front of your own – those are what I use to check timing. Because for the longest time I had trouble synchronizing, I found that this method works for me. You don’t have to use it, if you don’t want to.
    Please watch these videos, maybe it will help explain better this method of checking.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/trdq8tvg43vtx5d/General%20segging%20tutorial.avi?dl=0
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/gfcayxljm923jt2/Serenite%20checking%20method.mp4?dl=0
    Since I am with the Ninja Segging Academy too, I have the advantage of knowing how you did before. You have improved very much, but you probably still have a tendency towards slightly early segments. It’s nothing major. Actually,I was exactly like that, and what worked for me was pausing on the hint of voice (knowing that I will probably be at least 0.1 s late) and listening to the end of the previous seg (or adding a fake seg). I heard voice at the end and adjusted 0.1s at a time, until I couldn’t hear it anymore. No more than that, and you’re certain that it’s neither late nor early.
    So, without further chit-chat, the list of doom :)))
    schizoar09 – PV1
    http://subber.viki.com/subtitlers/1073922
    00:05 – very well timed, I would make a 1 second gap here, to avoid keeping subs on screen for too long. Since they’re not really wordy, 2 seconds extension is not really necessary.
    00:10 – same as above, perfect timing. Make a gap of 1s, subs are only “oh, really?”
    00:19 – slightly late, 0.1 seconds – I added a small “fake” segment in front of your own, so you can listen (very important to delete it when you’re done, it’s just for chcking timing) – the first hint of voice is outside the segment, so the subtitles would not be showing up in time. (the “ch” sound, not the “ah” – you did well in leaving out the “ah”).
    00:23 – very, very slightly late. If you listen to the end of your previous segment, you can hear a bit of voice there. Similarly, if you play/pause right on the line, there is a bit of voice, but if you don’t hear it, it’s fine, it could just be my browser.
    00:25 – early 0.1 and make a 1 s gap. Pause after the “yo”, that’s when her speech ends, and with the video paused, press the right arrow key once, it adds a 1s extension and that’s where the seg should end
    00:28 – late 0.1s – listen to the end of the previous segment – you will hear the voice there, adjust by 0.1s, until you can’t hear it anymore. This has a very good extension.
    00:36 – perfectly timed
    00:38 – late 0.1 – listen at the end of the previous segment;
    00:42 – it’s late 0.1s, you can hear the “i” sound in the previous segment. Also, combine to next, short and connected speech. The “ighe buya” (wrote it like it sounds) shouldn’t be divided, it means “what’s this”.
    00:47 – early 0.1
    00:55 – you can hear “chin” (chincha = seriously, something like that) outside the segment, I would include that too, so late about 0.5-0.6. Also, combine to next short seg, which is “chincha” again – I don’t think that “hhh” thing is a word.
    01:00 – perfectly timed and extended, same as 01:04
    01:07 – early 0.1
    01:17 – late 0.1
    01:19 – early 0.1
    I would combine differently – combine 01:17 and the first half of the next seg, so 01:17 to 01:21 (until the “nikka”), start the next at “ahjumma” and continue it to 01:26
    01:30 – late 0.1 – you can hear her voice at the end of the previous segment
    01:32 – at would start at “d” sound, leave out the aaah, so it’s early 0.3
    01:36 – I think I would start this 0.9s earlier, to include the “kunam”
    01:39 – late 0.1
    01:42 – early 0.1 and different combine
    “Cha” (ok or now), “ilton” = first – so he’s giving her directions how to do it. Thus, combine the Alright, first + next speech, including her “o”, which could be subbed as “yes”. At 01:45100 start the next seg, which you can split at 01:49, after “so”
    01:51 – late 0.1
    02:01 – early 0.2
    02:06 – late 0.1 – I added a small seg in front of it, so you can listen
    02:07 – early 0.1
    02:11 – early 0.1
    02:13 – early 0.1, good extension
    02:16 – early 0.2, good extension
    02:25 – early 0.1
    02:30 – early 0.5, start on “daebak”
    02:55 – late 0.1 – there is voice right on the line
    03:04 – perfect!
    I would also cut a segment for the title, at 03:19400
    Please check everything yourself, I am only human too. :))
    Let us know when you’re done with your corrections and you can move on to the next video.
    Have a nice week-end!
    Rox
    (^_^)

  • RoxieHar

    PV1 parkdyn_pcy61reviewed 12/17.
    Asked parkdyn to review the rest of the video to extend the end of segments or close gaps.

  • tishafi

    Date: 12/28
    Review for marybello79_40 PV1:

    Hello marybello79_40,

    and welcome to Seg101…:)

    NOTES:

    1- While doing the corrections on the videos, please get used to using the Short Keys: http://segmenter101.com/shortcut-keys/ they save a lot of time.

    2- Please get familiar with the different Terminologies being used: http://segmenter101.com/newbiesgreenies/terminology-2/

    3 – Merging Segments is recommended to avoid Flashing Gaps, and it is also done to give segments some extension, especially those segments that Do Not have the option of the recommended 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds)

    Here is a review of your PV1:

    The First Two Segments- Combine [ this should be One Segment ] Delete the Second Segment and Extend the First segment…Let it merge with the next segment.

    Segment @ 00:05 – Extend [ Ends to quickly...Let it merge with the next segment ] Ctrl + ↑

    Segment @ 00:10 – Extend [ Ends to quickly...Let it merge with the next segment ]

    Segment @ 00:15 – Early Segment [ must starts when the Lady speaks ] Ctrl + →

    Segment @00:25 – Extend [ Ends to quickly...Let it merge with the next segment ]

    Segment @ 00:35 – Early Segment [ must starts when the Lady speaks ]

    Segment Before 00:50 – Extend [ Ends to quickly...Let it merge with the next segment ]

    Segment Before 00:55 – Extend [ extend the End for 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) after the last word is spoken. This allows more time for the viewer to read the subtitles. ] Ctrl + ↑

    Segment After 00:55 – Extend [ 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) is needed here also ]

    Segment After 01:00 – Extend [ Let it merge with the next segment ]

    Segment @ 01:05 – Extend [ Let it merge with the next segment ]

    Segment @ 01:10 – Extend [ Let it merge with the next segment ]

    Segment Before 01:15 Extend [ 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) ]

    Segment After 01:15 – Early Segment and Extend [ 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) ]

    Segment After 01:20 – Extend [ Let it merge with the next segment ]

    Segment @ 1:25 – Extend [ Let it merge with the next segment ]

    Segment @ 01:30 and the small segment After 01:30 – Combine

    Segment @ 01:35 – Extend [ Let it merge ]

    Segment Before 01:40 – Extend [ 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) ]

    Segment After 01:40 – Extend [ 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) ]

    Segment Afte 01:50 – Early Segment [ must start when the lady spaekes ] and Extend [ 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) ]

    Segment @ 02:00 – Extend [ 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) ]

    Segment After 02:00 – Extend [ Let it merge ]

    Segment @ 02:05 – Extend [ Let it merge ]

    Segment @ 02:10 – Extend [ Let it merge ]

    Segment Before 02 :15 – Extend [ 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) ]

    Segment @ 02:20 – Extend { Let it merge ]

  • RoxieHar

    marybello79_40 PV1 reviewed 12/31

    0:00:07 Late Ctrl ← She speaks prior to the segment. Move the beginning of the segment to the left. If the voice is hear on the line (beginning of segment), it will be late because the subtitle box does not appear until it is slightly pass the gold line.

    0:00:11 late. Ctrl ← Move the beginning of the segment to the left. She starts speaking on the gold line.

    0:00:16 Extend Ctrl ↑ After the last word spoken there are less than 4 counts to the beginning of the next segment. The ending of this segment and the beginning of next needs to be merged so there is not a gap. The next segment is slightly early so move it where she begins to say omo.

    00:00:27 early Ctrl → Move the beginning of the segment to the right.

    0:00:30 Extend Ctrl ↑ After the last word is spoken slowly count 1, 2. The segment will end on the 2 count. 2 counts are approximately 1.0 seconds. Segments are extended to add time for the
    viewer to read the subtitles.

    0:00:45 Extend Ctrl ↑ Extend the of the segment for 2 counts after the last word is spoken.

    0:00:47 early. Ctrl → Move the beginning of the segment to the right.

    0:00:56 Merge Ctrl ↑ Merge the end of the segment to the beginning of the next segment. There are less than 4 counts to the beginning of the next segment.

  • RoxieHar

    renee_casserly_smit pv1 reviewed 12/31
    I am having renee go through her video extending end of segments and closing gaps.

  • RoxieHar

    renee_casserly_smit reviewed 1/5/17 pv1

    0:00:18 Close the gap. Ctrl ↑ Less than 4 counts from the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment.

    0:02:27 Split. There is a long pause after he first speaks. 3 counts. My view is when the pause is intentional, not short to catch breath, the actor paused for impact. By splitting the impact is there because the subtitle will not show the complete sentence. When you have it in one segment, the intended impact is lost. This is why I recommend you split this segment.

    0:02:48 Split. There is 4 counts from the last word spoken to the next time he speaks. Split after counting 1,2 after the last word is spoken. Then split when the actor begins to speak. The delete the segment with no speaking, it will be the gap.

    0:02:56 late. Ctrl + ← Include the oh in the segment. He is speaking rapidly, trying to omit the oh, makes it seem like the segment is late.

  • https://www.viki.com/users/rocsanna Rocsanna

    Viki ID: marybello79_40 – reviewed her PV1 – January 08 2016 – sent her a PM with the details

    00:00 Late, I added a small seg in front, you can hear that there’s a whole word outside this seg. Make sure 2 delete that seg

    00:06 early 0.2 s

    00:09 early 0.3s

    00:15 late 0.1s, listen to the end of the previous seg – you can hear the first sound of the word, the “p”

    00:20 late 0.1s, I can hear her “o” at the end of the previous segment

    00:26 well timed, good job

    00:29 this is well timed too

    00:36 late 0.1s – you can hear her “pa” in the small seg I added for you to listen.Make sure to delete it.

    00:44 late 0.1s & extension is short by 0.3s. After you extend & since next seg is also late 0.1s, the gap would be too small, so extend this until it reaches & is joined to next

  • RoxieHar

    marybello79_40 reviewed pv1 1/19

    0:00:01 early Ctrl → Looking at the pic below, the green line indicates approximately where the segment should begin.

    0:00:11 early Ctrl → There is a delay prior to the speaker being heard. Move the beginning of the segment to the right.

    0:00:15 late Ctrl + ← Move the beginning of the segment to the left. That sound she makes is part of the word.

    0:00:47 early Ctrl → After pausing the green line over the gold line(beginning of segment)…when I press p to play…..there is a delay prior to hearing the speaker.

    0:01:01 late Ctrl + ← Move beginning of the segment to the left. I made the segment active in the pic below to show you the brackets. The subtitle box appears between the brackets. The green line indicates where I heard the actor begin to speak. It is late because the subtitles would not appear until the green line passes the gold line.

    0:01:17 early. Move the beginning of the segment to the right. Also extend the end of the segment for two counts after the last word has been spoken. Count slowly 1, 2. The segment will end on the 2 count.

    0:01:31 Ctrl + ↑ Extend end of segment for 2 counts after the last word is spoken.

    0:01:35 late Ctrl + ← She starts to speak prior to the segment. Move the beginning of the segment to the left.

    0:01:39 Merge/combine segments. Merge this segment with the one that follows. Seems more complete as one segment. The easiest way to merge is to delete the 2nd segment and extend the end of the segment to cover the area deleted. The gap is
    short, you will need to close the gap.

    0:01:44 Ctrl + ↑ Extend the end of the segment for 2 counts after the last word is spoken.

    0:01:48 extend the end of the segment for 2 counts after the last word is spoken.

    0:01:52 Ctrl + ← late She begins to speak prior to the segment. Move the beginning of the segment to the left. Extend the end of the segment for 2 counts after the last word is spoken.

  • RoxieHar

    kiss_an_angel001_615 pv1 review

    We are going to focus on closing gaps and extending the end of segments. To close gaps and extend you will use the shortcut key Ctrl + ↑. You hold down the ctrl key and press the arrow to move the end of the segment to the right.
    Short gaps are the ones pictured below with the red rectangle around the short gap. Short gaps like these cause the subtitle box to flash on and off, which viewers find annoying. Click on the segment to activate it, then press hold down the cntrl key and press the ↑to move the end of the segment to right to close the gap.
    We want to add length to segments to provide viewers more time to read the subtitles. After the last word has been spoken, count slowly 1, 2. The segment will end on the 2 count. In the picture below the red line indicates where my 2 counts ended. Again press and hold down the cntrl key and press the ↑ key to move the end of the segment to where your 2 counts ended.
    0:00:15 extend. After the last word is spoken count 1,2 and end the segment on the 2 count (or 1.0 /1.5 seconds) Red line in the picture indicates where my two counts ended.
    0:00:45 In the picture below the gaps look wider. The two counts were not added to the end of the segment. If there are 4 counts or more from the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment, add 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) to the end of the segment and the rest of the counts will be the gap. If there is 3 counts or less from the last word spoken to the beginning of the next segment, close the gap.
    These are just a few examples from your video closing gaps and extending the end of segments. Go through the video and close the gaps and/or extend the end of segments. If you have any questions, just ask.

  • tishafi

    Hello kiss_an_angel001_615,

    Welcome to Seg101!!

    here is my Review of your PV1:

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    Segment @ 00:35 – starts Late [ Use the Shortcut Key Ctrl + ← to adjust ]

    Segment After 01:05 – Ends too Quickly [ Use Ctrl + ↑ to adjust ] – **Note: After the actual ending of a dialogue, it is encouraged to extend the segment for 2 counts (1.0/1.5 seconds) after the last word is spoken. This adds length to the segment and provides the viewers time to read the subtitles

    the Two Segments @ 01:15 – combine [ this should One Segment ]

    Segment @ 01:20 – starts a little Late

    the Two Segment @ 01:30 – combine

    Segment @ 01:35 – Ends too Quickly

    Segment After 01:40 – starts Early [ Use Ctrl + → to adjust ]

    Segment After 02:25 – starts Early

    Segment After 02:30 – starts Early

    Segment After 02:45 – Ends too Quickly

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