Subtitle Edit (open source subtitle editor)

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Hi guys and galls!

Subtitle Edit (SE) is available here: http://www.nikse.dk

Some features:
- Create lines from scratch / adjust times (with video preview)
- Translation helper (with video preview - can repeat x times)
- Fix common errors (with preview and de-select)
- Remove text for hear impaired
- Change casing (can be used to make normal casing out of an all uppercase subtitle)
- Spell check (English included, but more languages available)
- Import: VobSub, subtitles from vob files, subtitles embedded inside Matroska files

The source code is written in C# and is extremely easy to compile (does not require anything except Visual Studio 2008/2010) - feel free to make your own version.

Feedback or comments are welcome :)

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Thanks!! This software will be very useful. =))

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It's seems interesting, I'll check it out!

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Thank you very much!! It's a really great software:)

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Nice. I will add it to the downloads page if it`s ok with you.

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Nice. I will add it to the downloads page if it`s ok with you.


Thx :)

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Great job, Alexia :)

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Abel92 and I corrected the dictionnary file. If someone needs it, ask by pm/email. :)

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Hi,

Is it possible to add a function to increase the time between subtitles ? For example, i have a subtitle where there is 10ms inter-subtitle & I want 100 ms everywhere.

Perhaps this already exist but I can't find it. Thanks for the answers and the software.

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Hi picollo!


Is it possible to add a function to increase the time between subtitles ? For example, i have a subtitle where there is 10ms inter-subtitle & I want 100 ms everywhere.


You can adjust the duration (display time) via the tools menu Tools -> Adjust duration or right-click on selected lines in the listview and choose "Adjust duration for selected lines..."


By the way, I've just upped version 2.8.5 here: http://www.nikse.dk/se/SE285.rar

Change log
* Now available in Italian - thx Angelo Contardi :)
* Many minor bugfixes/improvements (thx Angelo Contardi)
* Bugfix: Video player no longer crashes if audio is unavailable (thx ThaNerd)
* New auto-break/unbreak selected lines functions (right-click in listview)
* New multiple replace function in the edit menu (thx Abel)
* Change casing - Name casing fixing improved with preview and better control
* Dictionary used for Change casing/Spellcheck updated (thx Chamallow/Abel)
* New setting for how to display line breaks in listview (thx Abel)
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Change log
* New auto-break/unbreak selected lines functions (right-click in listview)


Cool new feature man :P

Btw, you should fix this amazingly and non-heared before cool option ;)
because sometimes when you join a line, you can't break it after,
or maybe a BreakLine.Enabled = false in those cases?

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Is this program still avail someplace? all links above are broken.

Thanks

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I can get can still get to http://www.nikse.dk/se/

This page has the most recent version on it. Posting a hyperlink to the executable will guarantee it becomes out of date the next time he releases a new version.
Rob

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I can get can still get to http://www.nikse.dk/se/


Thanks. Wasn't paying attention to the other links, so didn't notice that they linked right to the file instead of the web site. :(

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NP I had the same issue originally.
Rob

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Subtitle Edit 2.9 is out - http://www.nikse.dk (direct download link - http://www.nikse.dk/se/SE29.rar )

Change log:
* New: Can import subtitles directly from vob/ifo files (decrypted dvd)
* New: VobSub (dvd or sub/idx) import can now do OCR via Tesseract + have kick-ass auto-correct + spellcheck while OCR'ing
* New: Many new options like Proxy (thx Angelo), Visual sync settings, word lists settings.
* New: Tools -> Merge short lines
* Improved: VobSub import *completely* re-written (faster load + can read more files + better handling of multiple languages)
* Improved: Fix common errors - many new fix options (mostly coded by dny238)
* Improved: Change casing has many minor improvements
* Improved: Compare has many minor improvements
* Improved: Spell check has been improved and can now edit the whole line (no need for abort + start from beginning again)
* Improved: Find dialog will now prompt for start at the beginning if the search did not start from beginning (mostly coded by dny238)
* Improved: Replace dialog now remember last settings while running (coded by dny238)
* Improved: Wordlists updated (many additions to Names/etc file by dny238)
* Improved: Better detection of UTF8 encoded file (thx dny238/Angelo)
* Improved: Save button is now available in Translation helper and Create adjust lines (thx Bavo)
* Improved: Import of subtitles from Matroska files is now much faster (thx Dave)
* Bugfix: Dvd Studio Pro save/load fixed (thx Manuel)
* Bugfix: SAMI should now actually work with WMP (thx Eric)
* Bugfix: OCR via image compare -> Edit: Now it is always possible to edit italic characters

Thx for all the feedback :)

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Thanks. Updated.

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Thnx, I'm gonna give it a try later.

Right now I still prefer to edit using "good old notepad" lol. Exception: when I need to add a line (I usually correct, so it isn't a lot of work).

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Thnx, I'm gonna give it a try later.

Right now I still prefer to edit using "good old notepad" lol. Exception: when I need to add a line (I usually correct, so it isn't a lot of work).

[]s.


Notepad hardly compares. I love notepad, but you should really check out the automated capitalization, spell check and other correction options again.

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