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11 June 2009 18:30

User account | Debian/Ubuntu Tips & Tricks

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11 June 2009 18:15

How To: editing subtitles with subtitleeditor | Debian/Ubuntu Tips & Tricks

How To: editing subtitles with subtitleeditor Your password and further instructions have been sent to your e-mail address. In a previous article, I introduced gsubedit, a GNOME Subtitle Editor for linux using GTK. It was the best subtitles editor I'd ever found for linux. Recently, I found a new project, that even it is quite young, has a lot to offer. Namely subtitleeditor. It supports any kind of subtitles format, allows you to move, change framerate and much more. Here is an introduction to subtitleeditor. Subtitleeditor is GTK 2 subtitle editor sofware released under the GNU General Public License (GPL), it makes subtitles editing really easy, in a few clicks you can create subtitles, change the framerate, move subtitles... Here is the full list of featrues:

User account | Debian/Ubuntu Tips & Tricks

News.Debuntu.Org * Ubuntu aims for ten-second boot time with 10.04 * Fair is Fair - Ubuntu Netbook Remix * Torvalds proclaims 'new world order' with Linux 2.6.30 * The Adobe AIR File API * Record "DreamBox dm 500 S" On Linux Over HTTP Stream

11 June 2009 18:00

10 June 2009 08:45

Subtitle Editor

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Subtitle Editor is a GTK 2 tool to edit subtitles for GNU/Linux/*BSD. It can be used for new subtitles or as a tool to transform, edit, correct and refine existing subtitle. This program also shows sound waves, which makes it easier to synchronise subtitles to voices. Subtitle Editor is free software released under the GNU General Public License (GPL3).