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Subtitle Composer


KDE Video Application

Score 90%
Subtitle Composer

Subtitle Composer

Subtitle Composer

Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  11657
Submitted:  Nov 15 2007
Updated:  May 25 2009


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.


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

Gentoo(subtitlecomposer ebuilds)
SUSE(subtitlecomposer rpms)
Mandriva(subtitlecomposer rpms)
other(Arch - subtitlecomposer-0.5.2)
Ubuntu(subtitlecomposer debs)
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 Nice app!

 by reavertm on: Jun 4 2009
Score 50%

Great app!

Where to submit buildsystem patches?
Since 0.5.2 src/main/CMakeLists.txt lacks ${KDE4_PHONON_LIBS} in target_link_libraries and since 0.5.3 it lacks ${KDE4_KROSSCORE_LIBS} as well.

You could update URL to Gentoo ebuilds to http://git.overlays.gentoo.org/gitweb/?p=proj/kde.git;a=tree;f=media-video/subtitlecomposer
They are being developed there.

Consider moving to KDE playground/extragear, you'll get bugzilla, cookies, women etc

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 Re: Nice app!

 by attendant on: Jun 7 2009
Score 50%

thanks for reporting. i'll consider moving to KDE playground/extragear in the future.

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 Re: Re: Nice app!

 by TSDgeos on: Aug 9 2009
Score 50%

You should really consider moving to KDE svn

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 Great app!

 by KopiasCsaba on: Jun 17 2009
Score 50%

Thank you very much!

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 by nowardev on: Jan 3 2010
Score 50%

i really liked the application but...

if i have to say the true i was a bit confused .

i mean i would think to add a video and then with a right click or a something like that , tool bar for example, create a new srt file

instead it seems you should open an existing srt file and then edit it ..

i have 0.5.3 version

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 Re: confuse

 by attendant on: Jan 26 2010
Score 50%

Could you, please, elaborate on what is it that you found confusing?
While you cannot add a video (add a video to what?), you can definitely open one by going to "Video"->"Open Video..." (or by dragging it to the player control or by using the player control context menu). To create a new subtitle, you just have to press the standard tool button titled "New" (which as you would expect, has also the standard "New" icon, and appears first in the tool bar and in the "File" menu).

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 Re: Re: confuse

 by nowardev on: Apr 18 2010
Score 50%

well that i know now...

i explain the situation :

Now in order to create a new subtiltle you have to :


and THEN you have the context menu on the "table" where table i mean
area which contains Line, Show time ,Hide time, etc etc,

if you don't type CRTL N *AND* THEN "INS"


So that for me and for other on my blog doesn't make sense

it should be

2 then you should be able, by clicking with ther right button, to get the context menu with new line etct etc (right button)

or maybe better a context meny on the table with this entry:

create new subtitle
new line before(ins)
new lline after ect etc

I hope you can understand what i mean

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 There's something to improve

 by nobange on: Jan 11 2010
Score 50%

Hello, I have 0.5.3 version on Opensuse 11.2. I noticed 2 things you could improve:

1 - If I load a subtitle file in Micro-DVD format and a movie in 25 fps, the program thinks it's 23,976 fps and subtitles are out of sync with the movie until I choose "Time > Change fps" and set From 23,976 To 25,000.

2 - Saving a subtitle file in srt format is not convenient, as someone wrote before me in the comments, it seems you have to choose an existing srt file or type full name from the keyboard. The name should be there already or one could select the .txt file and only change the extension, which should be added automatically because there's an option in the file save window. In this window other files but .srt are invisible.

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 Re: There's something to improve

 by attendant on: Jan 26 2010
Score 50%

I see what you mean regarding the first issue, but I don't like the idea of simply matching the FPS property of the subtitle with the FPS of the opened video, as there really isn't a correspondence between the two values. (How should the program know if you've opened a file by mistake? what should the program do when the subtitles specify one value but the movie is in another? what should the program do if it can't determine the FPS of the video file --the phonon backend, for example, does not provide that information). I do realize however that you'd generally want the FPS value saved in the subtitles (for the formats that use it) to match the FPS of the video you are synchronizing against. I think the best way to deal with this would be to ask on save if both values should be matched. Or have an option to automatically synchronize the values on save.

About the seconds issue, that looks like a bug. I'll have a look a it when I can.

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 Re: Re: There's something to improve

 by nobange on: Feb 4 2010
Score 50%

I do care only about subtitles in MicroDVD format. They don't specify fps value and if I open them together with a movie with same name, it's obvious that I want them synchronized. It's all about _displaying_ subs in Subtitle Composer video previev. Frame-based MDVD format are converted on the fly to time-based to show it in the edit window. All I wish is an checkbox in the preferences: "For frame-based subtitles, if movie file with same name is present and the chosen backend supports detecting fps, synchronize fps with movie fps while opening them both."

It's not useful to synchronize them while saving, because first you have to confirm that they are correct, but you can't do it if the program doesn't display them correct.

How could someone opens movie file by mistake?? Two files must have same names to be opened together. One should know what he does and he sees what is displayed in preview window, so this isn't an argument.

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 subtitle composer

 by sneferu on: Jan 19 2010
Score 50%

i have a question
i installed the deb package in my kubuntu karmic and i think that something is missing from the application
i can do nothing with the subtitles, only see them
i tested it with opensuse and there is everything
is that normal?
here view screenshots
the first is from opensuse and the second from kubuntu


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 ubuntu package - bad UI

 by goliashcz on: Feb 1 2010
Score 50%

If you use my PPA for Subtitle Composer and its GUI doesn't look correctly, you need to copy file subtitlecomposerui.rc to your home folder, ie:

cp /usr/share/apps/subtitlecomposer/subtitlecomposerui.rc ~/.kde/share/apps/subtitlecomposer/subtitlecomposerui.rc

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 Re: ubuntu package - bad UI

 by sneferu on: Feb 1 2010
Score 50%

YES, it works

Thank you !!!

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