New tool to try

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Hello everyone,

As a long time user of addic7ed subs, sometimes I'm stuck with some releases that don't have translations, though a translation exists for another release.

i.e. episode101.ENG.sva + episode101.French.sva + episode101.ENG.webdl exist, but episode101.French.webdl doesn't.

I didn't find a tool doing this easily so I made mine.

It's home made and designed for my own purpose but be free to try it.

My tool (for Windows only) takes these 3 files and creates the fourth, sometmes asking for a little help if it doesn't find a match.

The software is ugly and has probably still some bugs but could be useful.

By sharing it, I hope to contribute a little bit to the community.

I garantee it's virus free and it doesn't connect to any network.

 

SynchSrt.zip

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Beta 2 released : sometimes wrong translations (index) were taken => fixed

SynchSrt.zip

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BTW, comments, suggestions, bug report are welcome.

 

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New release is out : beta rel. 180131

what's new ?

- Main processing procedure rewritten from scratch

- English srt files filtering for better comparison

- my tool expected a perfect match in both source and destination timestamps but allowed some exceptions (user help needed)

. Sometimes translators fix all the timestamps to fit a specific language duration, so I had to change my perspective and find another way to handle the task

- save name changed

- more detailed informations in the log frame

- Still not perfect but more accurate IMHO

- example included if you want to try : Taken S02e01 => 201.SE (Source English Web-DL) - 201.SF (Source French Web-DL) - 201.DE (Destination English SVA) => let's create 201.DF (Destination French SVA) :)

 

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Nice! Coincidentally, I was recently thinking about creating a similar program myself. I will try this one out. :)

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