Open source subtitle authoring, editing and correcting toolJubler is a tool to edit text-based subtitles for your movies. It can be used as an authoring software for new subtitles or as a tool to convert, transform, correct and refine existing subtitles. You can edit the most popular subtitle formats as .SRT, .SUB, .TXT, .ASS, etc. You can verify them with spell checking.
• Editing individual subtitles
• Time shifting
• Frame rate conversion automatically, by user request or using a free user factor
• Fixing time inconsistencies such as overlapping with an optimization algorithm
• Undo and redo
• Cut, copy, paste, delete areas according to time & color patterns
• Clear areas used for hearing impaired
Requirements for Jubler 4.6.1
Java 6, MPlayer, ASpell
Editor's review for Jubler
Subtitles on videos can be is an useful thing for many viewers. When used, they allow those who cannot listen to recorded audio due to a lack of headset or speakers to still understand what is going on at any particular time, while in other videos they can both support those that are hard of hearing as well as provide highly valuable language interpretation for viewers attempting to understand a spoken language when they do not speak it themselves.
Being able to easily modify and create subtitles is not always an easy task, though. Requiring precise timing as well as language accuracy, placing the right subtitles to a video or presentation can at times be almost as much of an art as it is a science of transcribing what is said quickly and effectively. To that end, Jubler has been developed, designed to work in Java for maximum system flexibility for many users in order to simplify the subtitling process and make it both easier and more effective for users to experience in order to better use subtitles to their own advantage in the future.
Being able to leverage many of the most popular subtitle formats, Jubler can easily create and export a large variety of subtitle files for use in compilers separately as needed while also editing existing files for personal use. This means users can quickly and effectively preview all subtitles in real time or through a design view, check spelling, allow for effective translating and even modify various styles of subtitles to provide users with different appearances at different times as needed. This means that you can not only create your own but also correct subtitle files that may be behaving improperly in a video or may have improper text displayed due to transcription errors.
Distributed under a liberal public license, the Jubler program is free for use by all users. All that users need is the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), MPlayer to view the subtitles they create or edit, as well as ASpell to check spelling and they will have a comprehensive tool free of charge at their disposal to use as they wish in assisting them in creating and modifying one of the most useful tools in video development ever created.