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Jubler

Jubler is a tool for editing text-based subtitles. It can be used an an authoring software for new subtitles or as a tool to convert, transform, correct, and refine existing subtitles. Some of its key features are subtitle preview, smooth cooperation with MPlayer, full subtitle editing, and ASpell support.

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  •  15 Oct 2013 02:28

    Release Notes: This release fixes a Preferences/About menu issue with Windows and Linux. It supports older JRE and PPC under Mac OS X.

    •  13 Oct 2013 20:03

      Release Notes: This release adds 32/64 bit and operating system updates.

      •  05 Feb 2011 21:55

        Release Notes: The ffdecode library was fixed for 64-bit Mac OS X. A Dutch translation was made.

        •  30 Jan 2011 16:42

          Release Notes: A plugin system was introduced. Updates were made to GoogleTranslate, MPlayer, and Jupidator. Many bug fixes and minor improvements were made.

          •  08 May 2009 20:08

            Release Notes: Only one instance of Jubler is now run in a system. Every file remembers loading parameters and uses them when saving. There is an improved load/save dialog that encapsulates the information inside the load dialog. General GUI improvements, especially in Mac OS X. Relaxed file loading when a file contains encoding errors. Improved subtitle support. Improved visuals in the Video Console window. A more compact Preferences dialog. Minor changes and bugfixes.

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            04 Jul 2005 14:20 DJ_Art Thumbs up

            At last!
            Well done! Even though it is already pretty trivial to find such projects for Windows OS, this is something that was missing from Linux and other platforms.

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