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FOR YOU, WHO WANT TO BE A SUBTITLER, YOU CAN USE THESE SOFTWARE

September 10, 2013 Leave a comment

1. Create and Edit Movie Subtitle with Aegisub

Do you want to learn to make a subtitle for a movie  or want to edit a messy downloaded subtitle? Then you can use Aegisub. Aegisub is one of video player-integrated subtitling applications. The function of this video player is to preview your work. But, by its default Aegisub will only show you the video, without the audio. To make the audio can be played, you must load the audio manually through Audio – Open Audio from Video menu. This application can be installed on Windows, Mac, and UNIX as well. And for Windows, there is the portable version too.

The supported video formats are .mkv, .avi, .mpg, .mpeg, .mov, .wmv, and .mp4 while the output file format is Advanced SubStation Alpha (.ass). When we are typing the subtitle, we can determine the specific format for the text such as bold, italic, and colored. For the timing synchronization, we can use the playback function that can be controlled by keyboard with ease.

Generally, we can use Aegisub easily. Just access File – New Subtitle menu to create new subtitle, or File – Open to open existing subtitle file in the directory. The next step is to insert the video you want to add the subtitle to, through Video – Open Video menu. Then, follow it by opening the audio through Audio – Open Audio from Video.

aegisub

Aegisub

Information:

Site: http://www.aegisub.org/

File size: 21 MB (Win), 39 MB (Mac), 4 MB (UNIX)

License type: Freeware

Price: –

System supported: Win XP/Vista/7/8, Mac, UNIX Read more…