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Bobby Hata Jun 22, 2001 04:50 PM
How to put type in Japanese/Chinese/Korean on OS9?
I have a question.

What we need to do is type in either Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese and bring this into Final Cut Pro... They are going to be used for subtitles.

What are my options for doing this?

Is there a way to type in these language using the TYPE TOOL in any of the Adobe suites and save this as a JPEG?

I don't have a clue as to where and how to begin this.

Another board said to install the language pack from the os9 disk.. how do i do this?
Any inputs?

thanks in advance.

Bobby
 
<KK> Jun 23, 2001 12:19 PM
Bobby,

You have to install language kits (Japanese, Chinese and Korean) from OS 9.1 disk. Prior to 9x you had to buy these kits apart but they are now included as standard options.

KK
 
Bobby Hata Jun 25, 2001 12:28 PM
hi, how do you go about installing it from the 9.1?


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Originally posted by &lt;KK&gt;:
<STRONG>Bobby,

You have to install language kits (Japanese, Chinese and Korean) from OS 9.1 disk. Prior to 9x you had to buy these kits apart but they are now included as standard options.

KK</STRONG>
 
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