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Package also contains other tools like SubResync which allows you to synchronize subtitles with your video file.
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1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.
and so nice!
That doesn't mean it was utterly useless, though. It comes with a very useful utility (Subresync) that easily edits the subtitles and converts between several different formats (srt, sub, smi, psb, ssa, and ass).
This was necessary because I ended up using SubRip to get the titles into a nice textual format but it only saves as .srt. I used Avery Lee's own VirtualDub 'subtitler' filter (available at <a href="http://www.virtualdub.org/virtualdub_filters" class="korostus" target="_blank">http://www.virtualdub.org/virtualdub_filters</a>) to add them in VDub and it requires .ssa.
Voila! Subresync allowed me to convert between these two, and also format the text where and how I wanted it.
Dosen't work - cannot see subtitles in movie!!!
I don't get it - it worked on my machine at work - but not at home
It also crashes in the middle of the install.