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GNOME Subtitle Editor

GNOME Subtitle Editor is a GNOME tool for editing and converting DivX ;-) Subtitles. It reads/writes SubRip (.srt) and MicroDVD (.sub) files. Framerate conversion and removing of hearing impaired text is also supported.

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  •  05 Jun 2002 14:36

    Release Notes: Spellcheck support was added. A "Join file" action was added. Some GUI enhancements and various bugfixes were made.

    •  10 Mar 2002 04:09

      Release Notes: Drag'n'drop, search and replace, split file, better keyboard navigation, a GNOME help file, and better errorchecking when opening files.

      •  02 Mar 2002 15:07

        Release Notes: A popup menu has been added to clist. The hearing impaired remover now supports custom chars. Some bugfixes and other improvements have been made.

        Recent comments

        29 Apr 2007 11:09 bugmenot

        divx subtitles?
        Calling SRT and Vobsub subtitles "DivX subtitles" is a misnomer. They have nothing to do with the DivX;), Divxlabs or XviD video codecs. More importantly, the term "DivX subtitles" stands for something else: an obscure proprietary bitmapped subtitle format by Divxlabs (Divxnetworks), aka XSUB (fourcc=DXSB), and to my knowledge there are no tools available to rip or convert from this format to anything else.

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