GNOME Subtitles is an editor for the GNOME desktop.
It supports the most common text-based subtitle formats, video previewing, timings synchronization and subtitle translation.
The software is released under an open source license.
- Supports various subtitle formats:
- SubStation Alpha.
- Adobe Encore DVD.
- Advanced Sub Station Alpha.
- AQ Title.
- DKS Subtitle Format.
- Fab Subtitler.
- Karaoke Lyrics LRC.
- Karaoke Lyrics VKT.
- MPlayer 2.
- Phoenix Japanimation Society.
- Power DivX.
- SubCreator 1.x.
- 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.
Developer: Pedro Castro, Cristina Yenyxe and contributors
License: GNU GPL v2
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