Subtitle Edit Pro Question and Answer

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Subtitle Edit Pro 4.0 is available today and it fixed a big bug that mess up the subtitles. Please go update it as soon as possible. Sorry for the inconvenience caused. 10AM GMT+8 Sep 11, 2017

1. .sep project file can be open in TextEdit or other text apps. When anything weird happens, open the .sep project file in any textedit app, then copy all timecode and subtitles and paste them to a new .sep project. You won’t lose any of your work.
2. If Subtitle Edit Pro cannot open your SRT file, there might be some problems going with the SRT file itself. Please refer to the SRT part of this post: PremiereSRT Question and Answer.
3. Report bug:

4. Subtitle Edit Pro Short Cut List

  • Video Playback Control
    Tab—Play or Pause video
    Command+K—Play or Pause video
    Command+J—Step backward video for specific frames
    Command+L—Step forward video for specific frames
  • Textview
    Insert Timecode: F6(fn+F6 on laptop) or Command+,
    Insert Line Break: Command+enter(same shortcut in Waveform Textview editing)
    Split Subtitle: Option+enter(move the cursor to the text position where you want to split)
  • Delete timecode only: Command+delete(Select a group of timecode and text)
  • Timecode Manipulation
    Mouse click on timecode—Highlight and Select Timecode
    Left Arrow Key—Move timecode backward specific frames
    Right Arrow Key—Move timecode forward specific frames
    Up Arrow Key—Jump to previous timecode
    Down Arrow Key—Jump to next timecode
  • Waveform Mouse Operation
    Double click—Play video
    Single click—Pause video
    Double click on Subtitle Block—Edit Subtitle Text
    Scroll on Mac Magic Mouse or Trackpad— Move Waveform Forward or Backward
    Option+PC Mouse Left Key—Move Waveform Forward or Backward
  • Waveform Shortcut:
    Command+ +: zoom in waveform horizontally
    Command+ -: zoom out waveform horizontally
    Option+ +: zoom in waveform vertically
    Option+ -: zoom out waveform vertically

 

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SRT Edit Pro Question and Answer

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1. .se project file can be open in TextEdit or other text apps. When anything weird happens, open the .se project file in any textedit app, then copy all timecode and subtitles and paste them to a new .se project. You won’t lose any of your work.
2. If SRT Edit Pro cannot open your SRT file, there might be some problems going with the SRT file itself. Please refer to the SRT part of this post: PremiereSRT Question and Answer.

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PremiereSRT Question and Answer

Go to PremiereSRT homepage.

Important notice: Don’t upgrade your Pr 2017.
Pr 2017 newest version changed a lot about Title, it makes PremiereSRT not working. We are trying to fix this but it seems Adobe got its own problem. When you export a prtl file from new version Pr, then you import it back in Pr, Pr just keeps crashing. I think it may take some time for Adobe to fix this. I will adapt to the new version as soon as possible. Sorry for the inconvenience Caused.

Most problem might be solved by following these instructions. If problem is still there, please email to helloliubin@gmail.com and attach your original xml, SRT and prtl Title file, note the version of Finalsrt and FCPX as well.

1. Only Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 and up is supported. Check your Pr version.

2. If there is warning message importing subtitled xml to Pr, please try to import the original xml to Pr to check if this original xml is ok. If it’s not ok with original xml, then the subtitled xml won’t work either.

3. Cannot see subtitles in Pr? Try to zoom out the timeline to fit the screen. This is because the SRT subtitles may not start from 0, it starts like 01:00:00.00 or even more. You can adjust the timecode to start from 0.

4. SRT file error: Check if your SRT file is in standard format, sometimes enduser doesn’t get a SRT, though its name is in .srt extension. Standard format should be exactly like the following. Note, the last 3-digit is millisecond, not Frames.

1
00:00:00,160 –> 00:00:01,410
You’ve been placed on hold.

2
00:00:01,560 –> 00:00:02,220
Please wait.

5. SRT file encoding error: If the srt is not acceptable, please try to open srt file in your editor and save it to a new .srt file with UTF-8 encoding.

6. Cannot align center: Please drag on the canvas to make a subtitle input box, NOT just click once to input.

7. Error message about prtl Title–We found that you SRT subtitles has 2-line subtitle, but your prtl title template has only 0-line. Please make sure there is only one title box in prtl file. Here is a sample title for your reference.

8. Align to bottom and Arabic Right to left aligning: Make sure check the box Align to bottom or Right-To-Left  on PremiereSRT interface.

9. SRT italic: Many users want PremeireSRT to mirror those Italic symbol in SRT file to Premiere. It’s so complicated since descriptions in PRTL has too many different rules to apply to even just one font. Some font has Italic, some doesn’t. The font has a different name when you apply Italic. So we cannot do this properly. 

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Subtitle Edit on Mac-Create,edit,sync,timing your subtitles by waveform dragging

Subtitle Edit Pro is a powerful app to create and edit your subtitles and timecode. We focused on how to make it intuitive and easy to use. Mostly, you just need to drag on the waveform to make timecode, adjust timecode and input text. We also offer a text editor to edit subtitles, manipulate timecode. Merge or split subtitle is never been this easy. Please watch the video tutorial before you buy it: http://www.finalsub.com/sep.html.
—Waveform Operations: Double click to play, one click to stop. Dragging to make timecode. Drag the edge to adjust timecode. Double click on subtitle to edit text.
—Text View Operations:  It’s a standard Plain Text Editor. Click timecode to jump. Use arrow key on keyboard to shift timecode forward or backward.
—Warning Triangle: Too many letters per line OR Too many letters per second.
—Delete timecode to merge subtitles and hit return key to split up a subtitle to two subtitles.
—Command+JKL to step forward/backward specific frames.
—Option+JKL to fast forward/backward.
—MP4, MOV, M4V without DRM, 3GP and most audio format supported.
—Subtitle overlay to the movie for reference.
—Support multiple line subtitles.—Basic formatting supported: Italic, Bold, Underline and Font Colour.
—Set starting timecode.
—Adjust timecode to any HHMMSSFF.
—All drag and drop supported.
—Convert corrupted timecode format
—Bilingual Subtitle Support:
—Merge subtitle text
—Split subtitle text
—Replace subtitle text and reserve the timecode
—Export bilingual text files without timecode
—Export bilingual SRT file with Timecode

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Burn subtitles to your video on Mac



There are two kinds of video subtitles. One is soft subtitles, the other is hard subtitles.
Soft subtitles is like a subtitle track attached to video, which can be shown and switched on/off in some modern media player, but not all of them. The formatting of subtitles overlay to video, like font, size are decided by the player. There is no video quality loss adding subtitles, but somehow it’s not safe or compatible with media players.;

Hard subtitles is burned to video permanently and cannot be switch on/off. It’s safe for any media player and you decide how the subtitles looks like exactly, for example, the position, size, font, color, background etc. But there is slightly quality loss adding subtitles to video permanently.

Subtitle Burner is a tool to burn hard subtitles to your videos on Mac.

–Only Mov, MP4, M4V videos are supported so far. DRM M4V is not supported.
–SRT subtitle file supported only. You can download SRT Converter to convert subtitle to SRT format.
–Visually drag subtitle box to do positioning.
–Font, size, color, position, outline, background box settings.
–Support all languages of subtitles on Mac.

Should you have any question, please feel free to contact us by helloliubin@gmail.com
–If you want soft subtitles, please download Subtitle Writer.
–If you want to import subtitles to Final Cut Pro, please download Final SRT.
–If you want to import subtitles to Adobe Premiere Pro CC, please download Premiere SRT.
–If you want to batch upload videos to YouTube, please download Batch Uploader for YouTube.
–If you want to extract soft subtitles from video, please download SRT Extractor.




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Convert subtitle formats


There are so many subtitle formats around the world. Even if just one format, there are standard and non-standard subtitle formats. How to convert all kinds of subtitle formats to other subtitle formats? How to make non-standard format standard? With SRT Converter, it’s super easy to da that. You don’t even need to know what format your subtitle file is. Just drop your subtitle file to SRT Converter and choose your target format and it’s done. It’s a super powerful Subtitle Conversion Hub.

We support the following subtitle formats now. We are going to support as many formats as possible. When you find your format is not supported, or the subtitle file is not working in SRT Converter, please send email to helloliubin@gmail.com. We’ll fix it as soon as possible.

—SRT, Subrip
—STL, Spruce Subtitle File
—SUB, Subviewer 1.0 & 2.0
—SSA, Sub Station Alpha
—ASS, Advanced Sub Station Alpha
—SCC, Scenarist closed captions
—SMI, SAMI and SAMI Modern
—TXT, Adobe Encore
—SBV, YouTube SBV
—TXT, YouTube Transcription
—XML, YouTube Annotations
—SUB, DVD Subtitles
—VTT, WebVTT
—TXT, Quicktime Text
–MPL, Mplayer2

Things are really complicated when they comes to subtitle formats. We spend a lot of time to fix thousands of format problem, but still, there will be a lot of them which we never been to. So, please send email to helloliubin@gmail.com before you leave a negative review. Thank you so much.

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Import SRT subtitles into Adobe Premiere CC on Mac


Premiere SRT is for those people who want to import SRT subtitles into Adobe Premiere CC. Premiere SRT uses xml file to work with Premiere CC on Mac.

It’s simple to use but really powerful. It supports almost every kind of text encoded SRT file. Just drop your SRT file, Premiere XML and a Title file to Premiere SRT, then export a xml with all titles for Premiere CC.

After SRT subtitles been imported to Premiere CC, you can edit them in Premiere.

System Requirements:
–Premiere CC 2014, version 8.1 or up.
–Mac OS 10.8 or above

–If you want to edit or create SRT files, please download SRT Edit Pro on Mac App Store.
–If you want to convert different subtitle formats to SRT, please download SRT Converter on Mac App Store.
–If you want to embed SRT subtitles to mov, mp4, m4v or 3gp videos, please download Subtitle Writer.
–If you want to make chapters of mov, mp4, m4v or 3gp videos, please download Chapter Writer
–If you want to import SRT subtitles to Final Cut Pro, please download FinalSRT on Mac App Store.

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batch upload video to youtube on mac



Batch upload your video and movie to Youtube on Mac. Drop all your videos and movies in, hit Upload, enjoy!
—Drag and drop support.
—You can change Youtube Account.
—Get Title from video file name, and can be revised.
—You can set Title, Description, Keywords and Tags, Private for each video
—Uploading Progress bar.
—After upload, Youtube link generated automatically.

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How to add chapter markers to your videos


Add chapter markers for your videos. The chapters are compatible with Quicktime Player X and Quicktime Player 7. While most chapter apps only support mp4 files, Chapter Writer supports any kind of mov, m4v, mp4 and 3gp, no matter the video codec is.-Add new chapter track to the movie.
-If the movie has chapter track, then you can edit the chapters
-No video quality loss.
-The timecode and text are linked to movie playhead.
-Step Forward/Step Backward to locate the timecode
-You can input timecode manually
-Index the chapter timecode Automatically 

-You can download Subtitle Writer on Mac App Store to add SRT subtitles to movies
-You can Download SRT Extractor on Mac App Store to extract subtitles and closed captions from movies
-You can download SRT Edit Pro on Mac App Store to create or edit SRT files
-You can FinalSRT on Mac App Store to import SRT Subtitles to Final Cut Pro X or 7.
Feel free to report bugs or request a new function by email to helloliubin@gmail.com

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Corrupted Text Reader-Read and recover corrupted, jumbled, messy text document


Reading corrupted, jumbled, messy document

Can’t open your text files in TextEdit, Microsoft Word or iWork Pages? Getting jumbled or unrecognisable text when opening text files? All words are messy or corrupted? Most problems come from text encoding. With Corrupted Text Opener, just drop the file in and save it with UTF-8 encoding, then you can open it anywhere, Mac, Windows, Linux, etc.

—-Support all the language that Mac OS supported.
–Open almost any kind of plain text file, no matter what text encoding is.
–Plain text files with extension txt, xml, srt, scc, SUB, pac, SST, SON, SSA, ASS, SMI,PSB,PJS,STL,TTS,VSF,ZEG -etc. are supported.
–some Doc and rtf files are supported as plain text.

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