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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How to creat SRT files on Mac

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SRT Extractor for Closed Caption and Subtitles


Extract closed caption and subtitles from your own video and save them to SRT files. You can extract subtitles from online DRM-free video tutorials or DRM-free educational video,like University Open Course.

-Mov, m4v, mp4, 3gp files are supported.
-Most video with text tracks are supported.
-Extract multiple subtitle tracks at one time.
-You can review subtitles with timecode right in the App.
-You can click on timecode to jump video playhead.
-You can download ‘FinalSRT’ to import SRT directly to Final Cut Pro 7/X
-You can download ‘SRT Edit Pro’ to edit your SRT subtitles or do retiming.
-You can download ‘Subtitle Writer’ to write the SRT subtitles to video as a tx3g text track.

Visit http://www.finalsub.com/srtextract.html to learn more before you buy it.

*Important Notice:
-Soft coded subtitle and closed caption only.
-Can’t extract hard coded subtitles or subtitles burned into video.
-Only those DRM-free or DRM removed video can be extracted.
-Subtitle track with tx3g format are all supported.
-Most closed caption embedded in c608 are supported, not all of them.

Since Closed Caption are really complex to read, please send us your video sample to helloliubin@gmail.com if you get error message.



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SRT Edit Pro-Create and Edit your SRT file on Mac

SRT is the most popular subtitle format. SRT Edit Pro is a professional tool for SRT subtitles creating and editing. You can make your SRT file from scratch or edit your existing SRT file, do timing, timecode adjustment, subtitle editing. With audio waveform, it’s super easy and convenient to find the accrete In and Out point of subtitles. It builds in a muli functional text editor, you can almost do anything you want. Please go to www.srtedit.com to watch the video tutorial before you buy it!

-Support all video and audio files Quicktime Play X supported.
-Import SRT file or create a new SRT file from scratch.
-Create and edit your subtitles just in a text editor.
-Shift all timecode or selected timecode.
-Use Left or Right arrow key to adjust timecode backward or forward.
-Use Up or Down arrow key to jump previous or next timecode.
-Use Option+Left or Right arrow key to jump In or out timecode.
-Click on timecode to jump the playhead.
-Audio waveform helps you precisely locate the start / end of a subtitle.
-Command+J / K / L to play / pause / backward / forward frames.
-Error timecode detection and find error timecode.
-Subtitle preview on movie.
-You can upload your SRT to Youtube video.
-You can download Subtitle Writer on App Store to write the SRT to video.
-You can download Final SRT on App Store to import the SRT to Final Cut Pro 7/X.

Video Tutorial:


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Extract and download subtitles from Youtube

Extract and download the captions and subtitles from Youtube. Just paste your Youbube link, then you get what you want.

–Download all closed caption.
–Download the Automatic Caption translated by Youtube.
–Download all closed captions translated from one language to many other languages.
–You can download SRT Edit Pro to edit SRT files.
–You can download Subtitle Writer to add SRT subtitles to your mp4, mov, m4v and 3gp movie file as a subtitle track.
–You can download FinalSRT to import SRT subtitles to Final Cut Pro.

Available soon.
Visit website to watch a video tutorial and learn more before you buy it.

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How to add subtitle to a video on Mac OS?

With Subtitle Writer, it’s a snap to add subtitle track to your movie and video. Of course, it’s working for iPad and iPhone movies. You can easily watch multi language subtitled movie on your Mac, iPhone and iPad. It’s not hard coded and no video quality loss. You can turn the subtitle on or off. You can even extract the subtitles to a SRT file by using SRT Extractor on Mac App Store.


Visit http://www.finalsub.com/subtitlewriter.html to learn more before you buy it.

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Subtitle Writer-add subtitles to your movie and video

How to make embedded subtitle to a movie?
How to add SRT subtitle to a video?
How to add closed caption to a quicktime movie?
How to add soft coded subtitle to a movie?
How to add subtitle track to a mp4 or mov?
How to add multiple language subtitles to your video?

With Subtitle Writer, it’s a snap to add subtitle track to your movie and video. Of course, it’s working for iPad and iPhone movies. You can easily watch multi language subtitled movie on your Mac, iPhone and iPad. It’s not hard coded and no video quality loss. You can turn the subtitle on or off. You can even extract the subtitles to a SRT file by using SRT Extractor on Mac App Store.


Visit http://www.finalsub.com/subtitlewriter.html to learn more before you buy it.

-Mov, m4v, mp4, 3gp are supported. iOS video format supported.
-Soft coded subtitle. No video quality loss.
-SRT file needed.
-Multiple subtitle tracks burn to video at one time.
-Choose language for Quicktime X auto language detection.
-Mac OS 10.9 or above.
-Use Quicktime X to toggle CC on on Mac to see the subtitles.
-Turn on Closed captions on iPhone and iPad to see the subtitles.
-You can Download SRT Extractor to extract the subtitles from video.
-You can download SRT Edit to make new SRT file or edit an existing SRT file.

Important Notice:
-This Subtitle Writer Version 1.0 only support Quicktime Player X. Quicktime Player 7 is not supported to see the subtitle track.
-If you want to add subtitle for iOS compatible video, make sure your video format is ready for iOS devices. If not, please use video converter to make it iOS compatible. Then add subtitles to the video.
-On iOS device, please turn the Closed Captions on by Settings->General->Accessibility->Subtitles & Captioning ->Closed Captions+SDH.

 

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FinalSRT question and answer

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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 and SRT file, note the version of Finalsrt and FCPX as well.

If there are too many subtitles on timeline and slows down FCPX dramatically, please select the subtitle compound, then go to FCPX menu–>Clip–>Break Apart Clip Items.

0
00:00:00,000 –> 00:00:00,100
Please delete this subtitle after imported to FCPX

1. DTD error: Update your FinalSRT. Or duplicate your working project and delete everything, then simply make a gap and connect a title on the gap. Export a xml and use FinalSRT to make a subtitled xml for FCPX. When you get the subtitles package, just copy them to your working project. If you find something not going right with the subtitled project, also use this method.

2. DTD ts3, ts4… error: If you get similar error message like below image when importing xml to FCPX, please make sure there is only  1 font setting in 1 line of subtitle in your original Title Template. When you see ID ts3 or ts4, it means you have 3 or 4 font settings in the title template. Just go back to FCPX and change the Title Template.

3. Import your original xml to FCPX to check if the original xml is going wrong. If the original xml has something wrong in FCPX, so has the output xml from FinalSRT. Some users used wrong xml files.

4. No subtitle when importing xml from FinalSRT to FCPX: Please check if the duration of FCPX project is shorter than the 1st subtitle in SRT file. If so, FinalSRT has no idea where to put the subtitle package in.

5. FCPX 10.3.x: When sending xml to FCPX or importing subtitled xml to FCPX, there is a pop up windows asking you to Replace/Keep both the project, choose Keep both. You’ll get a new project with subtitles.

6. 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.

7. SRT file encoding error: If the srt is not acceptable or some of the special symbol missed, please try to open srt file in your text editor and save it to a new .srt file with UTF-8 encoding.

8. SRT timecode not starting from 00:00:00.00 Make sure your timeline is longer than the first subtitle in SRT file. Or change your SRT starting time via SRT Edit Pro/Subtitle Edit Pro or other free SRT editing app.

9. Break up the subtitle compound may speedup FCPX on some Macs. Go to FCPX menu-Clip-Break Up Clip Items(Shift+Command+G).

10. Make a Title Template Auto Wrap and Align to Bottom.Video Tutorial.

11. FCP7 Outline Text alignment. There is a bug for align left or right. It just simply doesn’t work. Please use 3rd party text plug-in instead. You can download from here. Please unzip it and install this plug-in to /Library/Application Support/Final Cut Pro System Support/Plugins


 

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Adding subtitles to FCPX and FCP7 timelines

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Final SRT has made editor’s lives a lot easier adding SRT subtitles in FCPX and Final Cut Pro 7 timelines. We released FinalSRT on App Store and it’s available today.

By just 3 clicks, you can convert your SRT subtitles to a text track in Final Cut Pro 7 or a text spine in Final Cut Pro X. Using SRT files in FCP7 and FCPX can’t be easier with FinalSRT.

BTW, we are going to add a new function in FinalSRT 1.1: Export subtitle text from Final Cut Pro to SRT. It will work with FCP7 or FCPX.

It’s only $9.99. Go get it now!

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How do I use .SRT file in FCP to get subtitles

If you just want to import all your SRT subtitles to Final Cut Pro 7/X, you don’t need to buy a full license of Finalsub. Just FinalSRT is enough. www.finalsrt.com

You can buy FinalSRT on Mac App Store. It’s only US$9.99.FinalSRT

 

www.finalsrt.com-bring SRT subtitles to Final Cut Pro 7/X.

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