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Subtitle Composer

   0.5.3  

KDE Video Application

Score 90%
Subtitle Composer
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Subtitle Composer
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Subtitle Composer
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  11176
Submitted:  Nov 15 2007
Updated:  May 25 2009

Description:

A text-based subtitles editor.

Translators wanted:
If you want to help, translate the program into your language and send me the results.

Note for translators:
Please, before starting a translation make sure there isn't one for your language already (or if there is an unmaintained one).
Currently maintained translations include Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Czech, French, German, Italian, Russian, Serbian (Cyrillic and Latin), Spanish, Polish and Ukrainian. Greek and Hungarian translations are currently unmaintained.




Changelog:

Version 0.5.3:
- added Czech, Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, French and German translations contributed by Petr Gadula, Marcio P. Moraes, Petar Toushkov, Thomas Gastine and Panagiotis Papadopoulos respectively
and updated Spanish translation
- added Kross powered scripting interface with some basic examples in Ruby, Python and JavaScript
- added action to translate subtitles using Google translation services
- fixed many bugs including some that would crash the application
* selecting a file from the recently opened list could crash the application when using Qt 4.5
* video playback was completely broken with Qt 4.5
* bugs related to searching text and errors
* bugs related to undo/redo that could result in a crash
- other minor fixes, user interface changes and improvements




LicenseGPL
Source(subtitlecomposer-0.5.3.tar.bz2)
Source(subtitlecomposer-0.4.3.tar.bz2)
Gentoo(subtitlecomposer ebuilds)
SUSE(subtitlecomposer rpms)
Mandriva(subtitlecomposer rpms)
other(Arch - subtitlecomposer-0.5.2)
Ubuntu(subtitlecomposer debs)
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 great work

 
 by prizident on: Nov 15 2007
 
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i like this app, would be very nice to have translation feature and wave form


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 Re: great work

 
 by attendant on: Nov 15 2007
 
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translation mode is high on the TODO list.


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 yes

 
 by pvt14 on: Nov 15 2007
 
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Thank you so much! By the way, on Kubuntu 7.10 bootstrap.sh returns

*** YOU'RE USING automake (GNU automake) 1.10.
*** KDE requires automake 1.6.1 or newer
make[1]: *** [cvs] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2

I had to temporarily remove the latest automake in order to generate the configure script.

Could you add some configurable keyboard shortcuts for Show and Hide times, as well as for controlling video playback (play, pause, step back)? Thanks once again for taking the time to develop Subtitle Composer.


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 Re: yes

 
 by attendant on: Nov 15 2007
 
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play and pause are already configurable actions (go to Settings->Edit Shortcuts). not sure what "step back" should do (go back a few seconds? previous line?) what exactly were you thinking?
about the automake issue, i'm not sure what the problem is but i'll release the generated configure script next time just in case.


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 Thank you

 
 by YAFU on: Nov 15 2007
 
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Thank you very much for your application. I have been looking for something similar to the Windows app "Subtitle Workshop" for Linux, and finally I have found it. It has less options than the Subtitle Workshop, but I hope that you can be adding them.

For kubuntu installation:
http://divilinux.wordpress.com/2007/11/15/subtitle-composer

In the last step you can to use "$ sudo make install" or "$ checkinstall" to generate deb package.

Run subtitlecomposer from console.
Thanks again.


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 Re: Thank you

 
 by attendant on: Nov 15 2007
 
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being a (not necesarily a 1 to 1) replacement for Subtitle Workshop is kind of the stated goal (improving it would be nice too, but that's a mid term goal as i'm a bit behind ATM :-)
(to anyone interested) what are the features that you most use when editing subtitles with other programs and miss on subtitle composer?


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 Gutsy Package

 
 by lele85 on: Nov 15 2007
 
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I've done an Ubuntu Gutsy 7.10 package for this beautiful program!

you can fin it there:

http://italyanker.wordpress.com/2007/11/15/deb-subtitle-composer-per-ubuntu-gutsy/

Thank you very much for this amazing software! ;-)


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 subtitles move

 
 by prizident on: Nov 15 2007
 
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In most cases I use only one feature for subtitle editing - and use Ksubtile for this. Select a phrase from list, then select it's timing and move it and all the rest phrases accordingly. I dont have to select all phrases, but just first, and all others are moved as well/ Would be nice to have such feature


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 Re: subtitles move

 
 by attendant on: Nov 16 2007
 
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could you elaborate? i'm not sure i'm following you... you mean something like arranging the lines by dragging them and then changing the times? (i've checked ksubtile but don't understand how it works...)


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 Re: Re: subtitles mo

 
 by prizident on: Nov 16 2007
 
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It's a "Move" tab in Ksubtile. I select required phrase, then play movie to the time where this phrase begins, then press button with small clock and phrase begining is being set to the current movie time. And all of of the rest subtitles are shifted accordingly (but not those which are before this phrase). Also in this mode I can only change timing for beginning of phrase, end time is shifted automatically, so duration doesn't change


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 Re: Re: Re: subtitle

 
 by attendant on: Nov 16 2007
 
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thanks, it's all clear now (and easily doable).


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 Take some ideas ;)

 
 by CyberAng3l on: Nov 16 2007
 
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Hello!

I have not yet tried to install your program, but for the screenshot the first thing that came on my mind was URUsoft`s Subtitle Workshop.
This is an application that I used to use when I was working on windows (more than two years ago), and it is the best application for subtitle editing I have seen so far!

If you like take a look on it to grab some ideas for your program ;)
I don`t want to be a "Subtitle Workshop" but if it had some of it`s features it would be great :)

http://www.urusoft.net/products.php?cat=sw


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 Re: Take some ideas

 
 by attendant on: Nov 16 2007
 
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i've been using subtitle workshop for a long time (great program btw). i've already taken many ideas from it and will surely continue to do so.


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