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Subtitleeditor 0.21.1 for Ubuntu Hardy Heron

Posted by chantra on May 23rd, 2008

Subtitled movie lovers, here it comes, subtitleeditor 0.21.1 is out.

For the one that don't know about subtitleeditor, as its name says, it is a tool to edit subtitles!.
A couple of articles at debuntu cover its feature. Since then, many features were added and synchronizing subtitles as never been that easier.
Translating subtitles is also a piece of cake as you can start from a standard subtitle, type your translation aside, and when done, "Apply Translation", and the translated subtitles will replace the original subtitles.

There is much more about subtitleeditor and I would recommend that you look at the release notes for a complete detail of its feature from subtitleeditor homepage.

For the ones using ubuntu hardy, you can get subtitleeditor 0.21.1's deb package from the repository.
Unmaintained debs are available for oldest release of ubuntu.

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