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    There's a bunch of softwares, but what you're using?
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    What software do you need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dion09529 View Post
    There's a bunch of softwares, but what you're using?
    Damn you start a question thread by asking a 2nd question in the body. What are you after, doing hard coded subs? Unless you have a really shit SRT file then it should already be in-sync.

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    I used VisualSubSync once. It worked All I did was push all lines two seconds forward since the subtitles were for a different encode of the movie, but it can do more advanced stuff too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gribley View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dion09529 View Post
    There's a bunch of softwares, but what you're using?
    Damn you start a question thread by asking a 2nd question in the body. What are you after, doing hard coded subs? Unless you have a really shit SRT file then it should already be in-sync.

    Always Vdub(2) anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by joneson View Post
    What software do you need?
    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    I used VisualSubSync once. It worked All I did was push all lines two seconds forward since the subtitles were for a different encode of the movie, but it can do more advanced stuff too.
    I need something that can match subtitle frame rate to video rate. For that I'll test the above recommended softwares.
    Thank you!
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