Best subtitling tool
Thread poster: Hugo Martínez Andrade

Hugo Martínez Andrade  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 16:49
Member (2012)
French to Spanish
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Jan 4, 2013

Everything is in the topic: which do you think is the best subtitling tool (free or paying), and where do I get to learn how to use it? I know Subtitle Workshop, but it has its limits.

And what tool do you use to translate websites? (Again, free or paying and where to learn its use).

Thank you!


 

Trevor Landolt  Identity Verified
Brazil
Local time: 12:49
Portuguese to English
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InqScribe Jan 4, 2013

InqScribe works fine for me. And I have a few clients who ask me to use this particular tool. Very easy to use, it has some good standard shortcuts, good interface and a useful instructions manual.
you can download it here... http://www.inqscribe.com/
Hope this helps!
Best;


 

Hugo Martínez Andrade  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 16:49
Member (2012)
French to Spanish
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Best subtitling tool. Thank you! Jan 4, 2013

Thank you! I didn't know that one. I've already tried several tools but ten I have trouble burning the subtitles on the videos.



 

Mathilda Banfield  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 16:49
Chinese to Dutch
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Subbits Jan 4, 2013

I use Subbits, which allows me to work without touching my mouse at all, it supports Chinese, if you email the creator of the software, he emails you back lightning fast to solve all your issues, so I really like it.

It's not free, I can't remember what it costs though, so it can't have been an awful lot.

I only have one problem with it: if I press backspace one time too many at the beginning of a title, I lose everything I've done since saving last. I press backspace a
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I use Subbits, which allows me to work without touching my mouse at all, it supports Chinese, if you email the creator of the software, he emails you back lightning fast to solve all your issues, so I really like it.

It's not free, I can't remember what it costs though, so it can't have been an awful lot.

I only have one problem with it: if I press backspace one time too many at the beginning of a title, I lose everything I've done since saving last. I press backspace a few times too many quite a lot, so I have to remember to save the file.
I have to remember to save the file.
I have to remember to save the file.
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Dan Dascalescu  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 07:49
English
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Lots of subtitling tools May 13, 2015

AlternativeTo lists a ton of subtitling tools at http://alternativeto.net/software/aegisub/

 


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