Subtitle Edit

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Subtitle Edit
Subtitle Edit logo.png
Subtitle Edit screenshot.png
Main window with wave form and video player
Developer(s) Nikolaj Lynge Olsson
Stable release
3.5.2 / 3 March 2017; 3 months ago (2017-03-03)
Preview release N/A
Written in C# (2009 - Present)
Borland Delphi (2001 - 2009)
[1][2]
Operating system Linux
Microsoft Windows
Platform .NET Framework
Size GNU/Linux: 5.9 MB
Windows: 5.3 MB
Windows/Portable: 6.2 MB
Source Code: 9.3 MB
Available in in 29 languages
Type Subtitle editor
License GNU General Public License v3.0
Website nikse.dk/SubtitleEdit/

Subtitle Edit (also known as SE) is a free and open-source subtitle editor to create, edit, adjust or synchronize subtitles for videos. The application has a very easy to use interface containing a list of existing subtitles, a wave form to visualize audio waves and a player which looks like Windows Media Player 11. It uses the VLC media player or DirectShow to play videos.

SE supports 200+ subtitle formats. Some of the most popular formats are SubRip, Timed Text, SubStation Alpha, MicroDVD, SAMI, D-Cinema, BdSub.

SE is available in 29 languages and contains most of the features of a subtitle editor.

SE is developed and maintained by a software developer, Nikolaj Lynge Olsson from Denmark. It is hosted at GitHub.

Development[edit]

In 2001 Nikolaj Lynge Olsson had started the development on Subtitle Edit in Delphi which continued till April 2009. On 6 March 2009, 2.0 Beta 1 version (build 42401) was released.[2] It was rewritten in C#.

Over time more developers have contributed to SE's development and it is still active.

On May 17, 2011 the developer announced the testing version of SE 3.2 for GNU/Linux.[3] It uses the same source code that was developed for Windows, to implement it on GNU/Linux using Mono Project.

On October 17, 2011 the developer announced the availability of stable version for GNU/Linux.[4] The developer himself stated that it is working well on Ubuntu.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Check for the comment dated on '09-25-02 10:20 PM' on this page.". Nikolaj Lynge Olsson. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Subtitle Edit 2.0 Beta 1 released". Nikolaj Lynge Olsson. Retrieved 21 May 2011. 
  3. ^ "A Linux version for testing is out.". Nikolaj Lynge Olsson. Retrieved 19 October 2011. 
  4. ^ "Post published by developer(s)". Nikolaj Lynge Olsson. Retrieved 19 Oct 2011. 

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