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GNOME Subtitles

GNOME Subtitles

GNOME Subtitles is an open-source subtitle editor for the GNOME desktop.

It supports the most common subtitle formats and allows for subtitle editing, conversion and synchronization.

 Gnome Subtitles 1.3

Price
Free to download

Size
1.1MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Pedro Castro, Cristina Yenyxe and contributors

Website
gnome-subtitles.s....net

System Requirements
Mono 1.1 or greater
Gtk+ 2.8 or greater
Gtk# 2.8 or greater
Gnome# 2.8 or greater
Glade# 2.8 or greater
GConf# 2.8 or greater
GStreamer 1.0 or greater
GStreamer-plugins-base 1.0 or greater
GtkSpell 2.0 or greater
Enchant 1.3 or greater
SubLib 0.8 or greater

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Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Supports various subtitle formats:
    • SubStation Alpha
    • SubRip
    • MicroDVD
    • Adobe Encore DVD
    • Advanced Sub Station Alpha
    • AQ Title
    • DKS Subtitle Format
    • Fab Subtitler
    • Karaoke Lyrics LRC
    • Karaoke Lyrics VKT
    • MacSUB
    • MicroDVD
    • MPlayer
    • MPlayer 2
    • MPSub
    • Panimator
    • Phoenix Japanimation Society
    • Power DivX
    • Sofni
    • SubCreator 1.x
    • SubRip
    • Sub Station Alpha
    • SubViewer 1.0
    • SubViewer 2.0
    • ViPlay Subtitle File
  • WYSIWYG under interface
    • Subtitles displayed similar to the end result
    • Bold, italic and underline styles
  • Multi-level undo/redo
  • Timing operations
    • Auto-adjust timings based on 2 correct times / synchronization points
    • Shift subtitles by a specified delay (which can be based on the video)
    • Convert between framerates
    • Set input and output framerates
    • Edit times and frames
  • Edit subtitle headers
  • Automatically encode subtitles
  • Support for merging and splitting subtitle lines
  • Video previewing
    • Uses GStreamer as the backend
    • Built-in subtitle display
    • Video length and current position display
    • Set subtitle timings based on the video position
    • Automatically select video when opening subtitles
  • Video slow and fast motion options
  • Time shifts
  • Encoding selection
  • Subtitle translation support
  • Spell checking support
  • Internationalization
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