Release Notes: This release added automatic duration counting with configurable speech rate, and the ability to shift all subtitle times at once. Real-time overlap checking on the subtitle times highlights item in red, allowing you to easily discover errors. User preferences have been added. All text encodings supported by the operating system are now available and can be selected when opening a subtitle file (auto detect is still the default).
Release Notes: This feature release improves preview/pause shortcuts, adds trackpad support, and adds the ability to insert subtitle start and end markers in real time while the video is playing (a feature requested by industry workers).
Release Notes: This release includes mostly bugfixes, a more flexible timeline size, and online translation search capabilities from allsubs.org.
Release Notes: This point release continues to play on the theme of improved timeline based subtitle editing. The single biggest new feature is waveform visualization right in your subtitle timeline. It comes at zero loading time cost, but only sections you have played will be made available. There are also many small improvements in editing and previewing, and new options which put you in control of fine tuning and preview playback.
Release Notes: The main focus of this release is the new and powerful visual timeline editing, which increases your workflow productivity and user experience. There is a secondary focus on previewing, and tertiary improvements on the user interface for an altogether better subtitle editing environment.
Release Notes: This release implements OS X Lion's new App Sandbox security model, for greater protection against malware. There is safer file saving to protect the file contents if there is an interruption while saving. This version is still compatible with Snow Leopard.