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subparse: Look for the closing `>` of a tag after the opening `<`

Tim-Philipp Müller requested to merge tpm/gstreamer:subparse-fixes into main

Previously when fixing up subrip markip, we were looking from the start of the remaining buffer instead. Due to how skipping over closing tags works, the remaining buffer will still contain the closing > of the previous tag so if a unexpected closing tag is found after another closing tag, we would potentially do an out of bounds memmove().

Fixes ZDI-CAN-20968 Fixes

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