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Roisin Gough  Identity Verified

Local time: 22:24
Spanish to English
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Mar 3, 2011

Hi there,

I am new to subtitling. It would be great if someone could recommend a subtitling software. I need to subtitle avi format videos.

All suggestions greatly apreciated.

Thanks & Regards,
Róisín


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Cristina Popescu  Identity Verified
Romania
Local time: 23:24
English to Romanian
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EZTitles Mar 3, 2011

Hi, Roisin, and welcome!

You could try EZTitles (www.eztitles.com) as a professional subtitling software. They have a one-month trial period when you can use it fully. As all professional software, it's quite pricy, unfortunately (around 2,500 euros), but you can buy it in installments, with no interest.
They also have very good technical support.
I've been using it for a while now and I'm quite happy with my choice.

I hope this helps.


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keshab  Identity Verified
Local time: 02:54
Member (2006)
English to Hindi
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Subtitle workshop Mar 3, 2011

Hi Roisin,

Try Subtitle workshop. It is free, reliable and easy to use. Subtitle Workshop is very popular software in the world of subtitling. Although it does not support all Asian unicode languages, you'll feel convenient as it fully supports your language pair.


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Cristina Popescu  Identity Verified
Romania
Local time: 23:24
English to Romanian
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Subtitle Workshop Mar 3, 2011

Yes, Subtitle Workshop is an option, but not for professional subtitling.

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Robert Tucker
United Kingdom
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Jubler, Aegisub Mar 3, 2011

Jubler, Aegisub and for burning in Avidemux.

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xanthippe  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 22:24
Italian to French
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Final cut pro Mar 3, 2011

What about final cut pro?

I used it a couple of times, it seems very professional


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Diana Battaglio  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 21:24
English to Italian
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Softel Swift Create or Spot Mar 3, 2011

I personally own a Softel Swift Create licence (they offer a special bundle price for open and teletext variants, http://www.softelgroup.com/Our-Products/Swift-Create) but Spot also is a good software: it is slightly less expensive and very user friendly (http://www.spotsoftware.nl/spot.html). Try the demo on their web site.

Both are quite expensive, but well worth the cost!

I agree with Cristina: Subtitle Workshop is absolutely inappropriate for professional subtitling (as well as any other free subtitling software).

I hope this will be useful!


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Yuri Dubrov  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 00:24
English to Russian
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Some other progs Mar 4, 2011

Subtitler Professional 3.0
Subtitles Maker Professional free
DivXLand Media Subtitler free


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