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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:  11229
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)
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SUSE(subtitlecomposer rpms)
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 Positioning

 
 by prizident on: Nov 16 2007
 
Score 50%

1. It would be great to manualy set current video position, as it's done for subtitles - via spinbox
2. Also you could highlite phrase which is currently being shown
3. Add a small button near subtitle timing spinboxes, which will set spinbox value to current movie time


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 Re: Positioning

 
 by attendant on: Nov 16 2007
 
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1,3. You can already seek to a given line by double clicking on it so there's no need for an additional button. given that, i don't see the need for a permanent position spinbox, though perhaps a "jump to position" dialog to allow accurately seeking could be useful for some.
2. doable, but i'll add an option to quickly enable/disable synchronization as some people (me at least) edit their subtitles with the movie playing and having the current line change on you would be very annoying.


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 Re: Re: Positioning

 
 by prizident on: Nov 16 2007
 
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2. I didnt mean to select subtitles, but just highlight current line with some color
1. Jump to dialog won't be very useful if I want to ajust current video position by some seconds, so changin text label with spinbox will allow me to do it quickly with mouse wheel
3. I mean setting any of two subtitle spinboxes (show or hide) to current movie time with just a button click. Now I should only input it from keyboard, but that's inconvinient


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 Re: Re: Re: Position

 
 by attendant on: Nov 17 2007
 
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thanks for the clarifications.
2. again, doable (not sure it buys much, but it would look cooler :-)
3. already done.
i'm still not convinced about 1. if the point is going back a few seconds, then what's wrong with using the slider? granted, it currently jumps to much, but that could be arranged. there's another issue however, and it's that seeking is SLOW, issuing a lot of seeking commands simultaneously would drag the thing down (hence, it would probably suck anyway). i've added a few actions to go back and forward a configurable amount of time, and to jump to previous/next line, perhaps those could fill that use case?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Posi

 
 by prizident on: Nov 18 2007
 
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Setting timig via spinbox is all ways more convinient then via slider. You could also add both of them - slider for easy seeking and spinbox for fine adjustment. Also you can avoid too high loads by making a small pause after last change of spinbox and only after that perform real seeking


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 sync spinbox

 
 by prizident on: Nov 16 2007
 
Score 50%

Would be nice to have a spinbox to quickly adjust subtitles sync, and then easily aplly these values to selected/all subtitles.
Also waveform is very nice feature from SubtitleEditor


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 mockup

 
 by prizident on: Nov 18 2007
 
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I've made a mockup with some UI changes wich IMO Subcomposer lacks
http://img407.imageshack.us/img407/5402/subcomposerkw1.png


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 Other players

 
 by Typhon on: Dec 4 2007
 
Score 50%

I really like this app. Nice work!

I have a suggestion: In the Settings window I can choose only MPlayer as video player backend, but I don't use it. I have Kaffeine and VLC. It would be great if you could include support for more players in the next versions.


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 thanks and requests

 
 by felmur on: Dec 16 2007
 
Score 50%

At the beginning: thanks for the app. It's very useful.

My problems:
1) when i play video using mplayer backend (I don't have gstreamer), if I press "stop" and the "play" again, there is no audio. My Mplayer version: MPlayer 1.0rc1-4.0.3
2) I have'nt understood what means "link this line to the video"....

My requests:
3) a spinbox for fine video timing
4) xinelib (kaffeine) backend


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 Re: thanks and reque

 
 by attendant on: Dec 16 2007
 
Score 50%

glad you find it useful.

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My problems:
1) when i play video using mplayer backend (I don't have gstreamer), if I press "stop" and the "play" again, there is no audio. My Mplayer version: MPlayer 1.0rc1-4.0.3

the will be no more video backends until the app is ported to KDE4, when i'll add a phonon backend (unless someone else is willing to do it). i would however, try to fix the mplayer problem (which i can already confirm as a bug on my part :S) and release a fix a soon as possible. as a side note, i don't know why you don't have gstreamer, but if possible i suggest you install it as the mplayer backend can't do accurate seeking (i try to work around that, but there's only so much i can do).

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2) I have'nt understood what means "link this line to the video"....

"link current line to video" (which should be "link current line to video position"), means that the current line (the active one on the view) will be automatically set according to the video position (when the video is playing). that's what the icon attempts to suggest (i guess it's not very clear though...)

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My requests:
3) a spinbox for fine video timing
4) xinelib (kaffeine) backend

i'm not sure if you're referring to this, but there is already a spinbox for accurate video seeking: right click on the video information controls and check "Show editable position control" (see the 2nd screenshoot). again, this doesn't help much with mplayer as it's seek accuracy is in the order of seconds... (i think mplayer can only jump through key frames).
btw, kaffeine can't be used as a video backend but xinelib can.


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 Re: Re: thanks and reque

 
 by felmur on: Dec 16 2007
 
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Quote:

i'm not sure if you're referring to this, but there is already a spinbox for accurate video seeking: right click on the video information controls and check "Show editable position control" (see the 2nd screenshoot).


Argh! I haven't seen this before.Thank you.


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 Mandriva 2008.0 i686

 
 by mapi on: Dec 16 2007
 
Score 50%
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Mandriva 2008.0 i686 rpm here:

http://mandriva.99k.org/


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