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[25 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
Submagic – Freeware Subtitle Editor

This is a gues post written by Rono, a freeware enthusiast and one of our most faithful readers and commentators. My favorite subtitle editor is Aegisub, but Rono provides an interesting alternative, check it out!
Submagic is a freeware program for the Windows operating system that can be used to edit subtitles. It can help you create, edit, convert, synchronize or translate subtitles. The only feature missing to make this the perfect solution would be a subtitle downloader.

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[5 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]

SubRip is a legendary freeware program that allows you to extract the subtitles from DVD movies and save them as .srt or other file formats.

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[11 Apr 2009 | 8 Comments | ]

Aegisub is a free, open source, multi platform advanced subtitle editor. It works on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X systems and supports a wide range of subtitle file formats.

Being a quite obsessed cinema fan I’m often pushed to work with subtitles, sometimes for my own personal use, sometimes for my friends, translating Italian or French subtitles to English. The program I was using for this purposes was Subtitle Workshop, a solid and simple freeware program. One of the readers of this blog, Rachel, suggested that I should try a …

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[8 May 2008 | No Comment | ]

The valuable piece of freeware called Subtitle Workshop is getting even better! If you did’t read my review about it, please do! The nice people from Uruguay that made this software are working on the next version. Until it’ll be done, test the Subtitle Workshop 4 Beta 3, a version that brings in some new features and fixes some bugs:

Added: text translation with Google technology! (requires Internet connection)
Added: SHIFT+ENTER and CTRL+ENTER for going through subtitles
Added: duration tag for custom format {swDuration}
Added: drag and drop of subtitle files
Added: display Translation/Alternative subtitles …

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[23 Mar 2008 | 12 Comments | ]

I’ve tried lots of media players, from BsPlayer to VLC and Windows Media Player. All of these have nice features but they have also annoying flaws. GOM Media Player has been a revelation for me: I’m still trying to find a media file format that this freeware can’t play! It even plays .ts files!
GOM Media Player has reached version If you have an older version just open the player and hit the F1 key, you’ll be downloading the latest version in no time. Some of the …