Subtitle Editor – GTK+3 tool to edit subtitles

Subtitle Editor is a GTK+3 tool to edit subtitles.

It can be used for new subtitles or as a tool to transform, edit, correct and refine existing subtitles.

This application also shows sound waves, which makes it easier to synchronise subtitles to voices.

Features include:

  • Supported Formats:
    • Sub Station Alpha.
    • Advanced Sub Station Alpha.
    • Burnt-in timecode (BITC).
    • SubRip.
    • MicroDVD.
    • MPL2.
    • MPsub (MPlayer subtitle).
    • SubViewer 2.0.
    • Spruce STL.
    • SBV.
    • Plain-Text.
    • Adobe Encore DVD.
  • Multiple document interface.
  • Undo/Redo.
  • Internationalization support.
  • Video player integrated in the main window (based on GStreamer).
  • Can play preview with external video player (using MPlayer or other).
  • Can be used for timing.
  • Generate and display a Waveform.
  • Can be used for translating.
  • Shows subtitles over the video.
  • Edit the script header (authors, translators, timers, video informations, etc).
  • Style Editor.
  • Spell checking.
  • Framerate conversion.
  • Scale.
  • Split and joint subtitle.
  • Edit text and adjust time (start, end).
  • Move subtitle.
  • Find and replace (can use Regular Expression).
  • Errors checking (Overlapping, too long time…).
  • Remove line empty.
  • Encoding support.

Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Idjaad djamel, Lubos Stanek
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

Subtitle Editor

Subtitle Editor is written in C#. Learn C# with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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