DVDSubEdit

DVDSubEdit

Free
DVDSubEdit allows you to visualize and make modifications to the subpics
 
0.6
Check the report.

DVDSubEdit allows you to visualize and make modifications to the subpics (subtitles or button highlights in menus) directly inside the VOB files, without the need to demux and remux the subpic stream.
What DVDSubEdit does:
* DVDSubEdit works with vob files or sup files (created for example by PgcDemux, or VobEdit) and does not require any demuxing/remuxing (it works directly inside the VOB files, and processing is quasi instantaneous).
* DVDSubEdit allows you to reposition your subtitles exactly where you want them, horizontally or vertically, for all display modes (4:3, widescreen, letterboxed, pan&scan).
* DVDSubEdit lets you change the transparency and the color of each subtitle, or hide them entirely.
* DVDSubEdit allows you to resynchronize your subtitles with your video, by changing the start time and the duration.
* DVDSubEdit can run an OCR (optical character recognition) algorithm on your subtitles, so you can search them, modify them and export them as .srt.
* DVDSubEdit allows you to remove annoying parts in your subtitles (for example, text intended for hearing-impaired persons). You can also selectively remove typos in the subtitles, all this without re-authoring!
* DVDSubEdit allows you to edit your subtitles using an external bitmap editing tool (such as photoshop, Gimp, or even mspaint). You don't need to demux/remux anything, and it takes 1s to export/re-import the bitmap!
* DVDSubEdit saves your changes directly inside the vob files (which is very quick), and also lets you export your subs to .sup and .srt format. You can also save individual subs as ppm.
stantaneous).
* DVDSubEdit allows you to reposition your subtitles exactly where you want them, horizontally or vertically, for all display modes (4:3, widescreen, letterboxed, pan&scan).
* DVDSubEdit lets you change the transparency and the color of each subtitle, or hide them entirely.
* DVDSubEdit allows you to resynchronize your subtitles with your video, by changing the start time and the duration.
* DVDSubEdit can run an OCR (optical character recognition) algorithm on your subtitles, so you can search them, modify them and export them as .srt.
* DVDSubEdit allows you to remove annoying parts in your subtitles (for example, text intended for hearing-impaired persons). You can also selectively remove typos in the subtitles, all this without re-authoring!
* DVDSubEdit allows you to edit your subtitles using an external bitmap editing tool (such as photoshop, Gimp, or even mspaint). You don't need to demux/remux anything, and it takes 1s to export/re-import the bitmap!
* DVDSubEdit saves your changes directly inside the vob files (which is very quick), and also lets you export your subs to .sup and .srt format. You can also save individual subs as ppm.

Related stories

See all
Windows Search alternatives: find a file in record time
Windows Search alternatives: find a file in record time
How to randomly rename files in a folder
How to randomly rename files in a folder
Microsoft Stream is a YouTube-like service for businesses
Microsoft Stream is a YouTube-like service for businesses
The best tips and tricks for using the File Explorer
The best tips and tricks for using the File Explorer
Microsoft is injecting ads for OneDrive into File Explorer
Microsoft is injecting ads for OneDrive into File Explorer
Thank you for rating the program!
Please add a comment explaining the reasoning behind your vote.
0 comments
Your vote:

Latest stories

See all
Modders are looking to recreate Red Dead Redemption in GTA V
Modders are looking to recreate Red Dead Redemption in GTA V
Best new tweaks coming to Windows 10
Best new tweaks coming to Windows 10
The first DLC for Sniper Elite 4 will arrive on March 21st
The first DLC for Sniper Elite 4 will arrive on March 21st
Upload photos from Windows 10 to Instagram
Upload photos from Windows 10 to Instagram
Do you own a new generation CPU? You MUST use Windows 10
Do you own a new generation CPU? You MUST use Windows 10
Info updated on: