Subtitle Workshop files
Thread poster: saggi

saggi
Hindi to English
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Feb 6, 2007

Hi all. I normally use WinCaps or PMWin but this time I'm using Subtitle Workshop for the first time. However, the list of options it gives me to save file don't seem to be compatible with the client's software. I tried a few of the .txt options but the client can read my two lines as one. Does anyone know what I need to do to save my file as a normal .stl or even .txt file?

Alternatively, I could ask the client to send me an empty time cued file, but if it's .stl or .txt, will SW be able to access it?

Otherwise it's quite good, I think, considering it's free, it's pretty good for basic stuff, I guess?

Thanks in advance
saggi


 

Fernando Tognis  Identity Verified
Argentina
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Member (2006)
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hope it helps Feb 6, 2007

Hi, Saggi.
Two months ago I subtitled a video and used DivxLand. There were many programs that couldn’t show subtitles properly. However, I tried to reproduce the files and subtitles with BSplayer and it worked right!
Perhaps you should tell your client to try that software.
Regards,
Fernando


 

saggi
Hindi to English
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Thanks, Fernando Feb 9, 2007

Fernando Tognis wrote:

Hi, Saggi.
Two months ago I subtitled a video and used DivxLand. There were many programs that couldn’t show subtitles properly. However, I tried to reproduce the files and subtitles with BSplayer and it worked right!
Perhaps you should tell your client to try that software.
Regards,
Fernando





Thanks, Fernando. I finally tried to save the file as .text, and that has worked. But Subtitle Workshop isn't something I'm familiar with. Am still getting to grips with it!


 


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