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stevegleeson
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Useful subtitle software

Tue Mar 31, 2015 2:08 pm

Hello everyone..surfing a bit in the gathering i saw popular name like LeapinLar, or Scooby007, that i saw when i was downloading motion pictures with subtitles.

Is a bit that i attempt to tear subtitles out of DVDs, yet i fizzle. There are numerous projects that concentrate .sub, however i wanna have the extention .srt!

I utilized SubRip..but the outcome is completely unacceptable..ok till is Arial Unicode the I and the l has no distinction, yet when i open with notepad i perceive how truly looks and its horrible..but when i download any downpour with english subtitles in srt design i see that are totally immaculate and botch free..i dont surmise that those fellows change each and every letter.

Can you all help me to discover a system (free or not) that makes me tear subtitles consummately out of dvds?

Thank you kindly for perusing!

stevegleeson
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Re: Useful subtitle software

Thu Apr 02, 2015 11:42 am

interesting

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Re: Useful subtitle software

Fri Apr 03, 2015 7:05 am

Sorry, but sometimes you have to do other things than watching this forum.

Take DVD SubExtractor instead of subrip. You'll find it here:
https://subextractor.codeplex.com/

This program has a better ocr than subrip.
It's easy to use and makes almost no mistakes. Just load your extracted bluray.sup or dvd idx/sub file and follow the instructions on the right side.
Then store the result as .srt

To rip subs out of a bluray or dvd there are many ways. Are you use windows, linux or mac?
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Re: Useful subtitle software

Tue Apr 07, 2015 7:02 am

interesting
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Re: Useful subtitle software

Tue Apr 07, 2015 12:50 pm

hey i use for that subtitle edit you really should too. Is very easy

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