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subtitle timing

Discussion in 'Subtitle help' started by jace0014, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. jace0014

    jace0014 Member

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    Well i've been struggling for about a week, but I finally got the subtitle and the movie on to a dvd. I used covertxtodvd. But now the timing is off. If anybody can help that would be great.
     
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    can you adjust all of the subtitles at once or do you have to do one by one with this program?
     
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    With Subtitle Workshop you can adjust all of the subtitles at once or just selected lines.
     
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  5. mglez86

    mglez86 Guest

    hi, i'm new at this kind of stuff, can you use that program to make your own subtitles?? i want to make my own videos, but i don't know how to just add subtitles that i make to the parts i want, i don't even know how to make subtitles x_x
     
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  7. mglez86

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    Thaks alot, i will check that out x_x
     
  8. mglez86

    mglez86 Guest

    wow, that's a very clear way to set it, that really helps to get started with this, again, thank you very very much.
     

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