Editing Subtitles in Ubuntu

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Editing Subtitles in Ubuntu

It happened to me a lot of times... I download a movie... I can't understand the speech either because it is not English or because the English is too complex... so I will search and download a subtitle file. And what happens is the subtitles will be out of sync. What I do is, use the subtitle delay feature in SMPlayer. But I have to do some tweaking still it is correct. And the next time, I need to do that again.

I found this tool when I was searching for adding the delay directly into the subtitle file. Gnome Subtitles is a really cool application...


$ sudo apt-get install -y gnome-subtitles

Or use adept (I think adept is better than synaptic).

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