This is the Windows app named Subtitle Adjuster whose latest release can be downloaded as Subtitles-1.5.exe. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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You must agree how annoying it is when you want to relax to a nice movie, but it’s not in your language and there are no subtitles in sight! So you download some, but now they’re not in sync! This is where Subtitle Adjuster comes in - with this program you can adjust the timing of said subtitles. This works by specifying one or two reference points, of which you know the correct timing, after which Subtitle Adjuster can automatically recalculate the rest, saving the result as a new subtitle file. Enjoy your movie!
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For Windows 10 / Missing MSVCR110.dll problem:
Download and install both x86 and x64 Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2012
- Import and preview subtitle files (*.srt,*.sub)
- Supports ANSI, UTF8, UTF16, UTF32 and plain ASCII encodings
- Adjust timing of subtitle files by specifying one or two reference points, the remaining subtitle times being calculated using a linear function based on the reference point(s)
- Merge multiple subtitle files into a single output file, useful in case movie subtitles are divided into CD1 and CD2 but you have only a single movie file to sync the subtitles to
- Split subtitle files into multiple parts that can then be individually synchronised, useful if the subtitles abruptly lose sync due to an extra or missing scene
- Export data as single merged subtitle file, with the correct timings calculated by the program
- In case of *.sub inputs/outputs, file by file specification of frame rates is possible to ensure frame values are interpreted and calculated correctly
.NET/Mono, Win32 (MS Windows)
This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/subadjuster/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.