Guide to Syncing with SubtitleEdit

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Here's a guide I wrote to explain two new ways to Sync subtitles using Subtitle Editor.

I think both methods could arguably be the fasted way to sync.

The first method assumes the file you're syncing is from a CC source. New functions inside of SE make it exteremly simple to sync files like this.

The second method assumes the whole subtitle is a mess and you're going to have to sync each line, one at a time. Using some simple keyboard shortcuts you can sync these subtitles in a few minutes more than realtime.

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Syncing with Subtitle Edit.doc

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Thanks!!!

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You are welcome. Let me know if anything isn't clear, or if you could use a tutorial on any other topics.

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Here's a guide I wrote to explain two new ways to Sync subtitles using Subtitle Editor.
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Please provide feedback on the IRC channel.

Dny238


Very nice guide - well written. And it pointed me to a fine piece of software. Double appreciated!
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Thanks!!!


thanx but it seems like an exhausting job..isn't there anything easier 'cos I'd rather watch the movie without all this fuss.
Sorry this reply was meant for the original post by dny238

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thanx but it seems like an exhausting job..isn't there anything easier 'cos I'd rather watch the movie without all this fuss.
Sorry this reply was meant for the original post by dny238


lol, u probably thought what we do is a one click job, right? :)
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I'm using Jubler, and there is 'Recode' Tools , to sync subtitle from different version video, with different fps.

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Here's a guide I wrote to explain two new ways to Sync subtitles using Subtitle Editor.
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Right now, this guide must be updated.
SE have so many changes since that tutorial was posted.

doc.

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I actually use aegisub, it has advanced functions, also it's easier to sync because it has a waveform display for a proper sync with the audio and you can use shift times for shifting several lines at the same time.
It really is a lot easier and faster than Subtitle Edit.

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I actually use aegisub, it has advanced functions, also it's easier to sync because it has a waveform display for a proper sync with the audio and you can use shift times for shifting several lines at the same time.
It really is a lot easier and faster than Subtitle Edit.


I understood that aegisub are a little bit less good than VSS.
SE have also a wave form display feature.

And when I was looking last time at post title it was Guide to syncing with SE, not what sync software do you use!

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