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newkinds
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Tutorial how to adjust subtitles

Mon Jul 25, 2022 7:46 pm

Hey guys found tutorial how to adjust subtitles.
https://telegra.ph/Adjust-subtitles-in- ... -pro-07-17

it's based on ffsubsync
https://github.com/smacke/ffsubsync

Program unfortunately not works with fansubs but works with most any other subtitles.

Enjoy :D

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owla
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Re: Tutorial how to adjust subtitles

Thu Jul 28, 2022 12:03 am

It seems quite complicated, does it work for series or TV movies, where there are breaks of different sizes? I use SubtitleEdit.

urkexia
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Re: Tutorial how to adjust subtitles

Thu Jul 28, 2022 7:04 pm

It seems quite complicated, does it work for series or TV movies, where there are breaks of different sizes? I use SubtitleEdit.
Just using ffsubsync from command line seems ok for initial timings. You'd have to sort out the sounds, etc later on.

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