Fix Errors & Edit Subtitles With Real Time Video Preview [VisualSubSync]

VisualSubSync is a subtitle editing tool which works much like Gnome Subtitles (For Linux) and Gaupol (For Linux, Unix and Windows). It supports SRT, SSA/ASS, CSV, TXT and CUE files which can be used for loading and editing subtitles. You can later save the subtitle output in any of these formats, such as saving a CSV file into SRT format after the editing process has been completed. You can also Continue Reading →

Edit, Split, Merge And Preview Subtitles In VLC Player With Gaupol

Gaupol is a free subtitle editing tool for Windows and Linux which allows editing text-based subtitle files. It provides means of creating subtitles, editing texts and timing subtitles to match video duration. The user interface is designed to provide batch processing capability with tab support. Gaupol is meant to help users edit every single line with the convenience for translating existing subtitles. The edited subs can also be previewed in Continue Reading →

Edit, Merge, Split Subtitles In Ubuntu Linux With Gnome Subtitles

Gnome Subtitles is a subtitle editing application for Linux which makes subtitles file editing, splitting and merging easy. It comes with packages for Ubuntu,  Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux, etc. It allows editing every subtitle lines bit by bit. Gnome Subtitles allows to add a reaction delay  for the start and end time of the subtitles so that you can increase or decrease the subtitle display duration. Furthermore, supports most commonly Continue Reading →