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Gnome Subtitles

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Gnome Subtitles
Linux, English
Gnome Subtitles is a tool for creating and editing subtitles for video. It offers various features to perform such tasks.

Key Features

Creation: Gnome Subtitles has a specific option where to enter texts for subtitles. Once the creation process finished, the user can save the file for later use or add it directly to the correspondent movie.

Editing: this program can also be used for editing existing subtitle files. It supports almost all known formats such as SRT, Subviewer, MPSub, SubRip and over more. Among the possibilities are changing font types and color, resizing them and so on.

Synchronization: with Gnome Subtitles, the user is given the ability to easily sync subtitles with video sequences. This is particularly useful after converting a video to MP4 and subtitles are separated from the original movie.

Pros

Gnome Subtitles is downloadable for free.
It offers a user-friendly and intuitive interface that makes its handling easy.

Cons

It is only compatible with Linux platforms.

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Alternative spelling: gnome-subtitles-1.3.tar.gz, gnome-subtitles.tar.gz
Latest update on March 19, 2015 at 01:53 AM.