Subtitle Edit Pro is a powerful app to create and edit your subtitles and timecode. We focused on how to make it intuitive and easy to use. Mostly, you just need to drag on the waveform to make timecode, adjust timecode and input text. We also offer a text editor to edit subtitles, manipulate timecode. Merge or split subtitle is never been this easy. Please watch the video tutorial before you buy it: http://www.finalsub.com/sep.html.
—Support iTunes Timed Text
—MP4, MOV, AVI, MKV, M4V without DRM, 3GP and most audio format supported.
—Waveform Operations: Double click to play, one click to stop. Dragging to make timecode. Drag the edge to adjust timecode. Double click on subtitle to edit text.
—Text View Operations: It’s a standard Plain Text Editor. Click timecode to jump. Use arrow key on keyboard to shift timecode forward or backward.
—Warning Triangle: Too many letters per line OR Too many letters per second.
—Delete timecode to merge subtitles and hit return key to split up a subtitle to two subtitles.
—Command+JKL to step forward/backward specific frames.
—Option+JKL to fast forward/backward.
—Subtitle overlay to the movie for reference.
—Support multiple line subtitles.
—Basic formatting supported: Italic, Bold, Underline and Font Colour.
—Set starting timecode.
—Adjust timecode to any HHMMSSFF.
—All drag and drop supported.
—Convert corrupted timecode format
—Bilingual Subtitle Support:
———Merge subtitle text
———Split subtitle text
———Replace subtitle text and reserve the timecode
———Export bilingual text files without timecode
———Export bilingual SRT file with Timecode
fix the burn subtitle bug
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Easy to retime
This works very well. Retiming is easy with click and drag. Visual representation of the subtitle timing is really helpful.
App is great - support from developer even better!
I’ve just started using the app to help me create subtitles in different languages for a feature documentary I’m distributing. So far it’s been incredibly useful, and I really appreciate the design of the interface. It’s very intutive - I was able to start using it right away.
But hands down the best thing so far has been the immediate replies from the developer when I have needed help. Phenomenal support!
Bought for the Final Cut Pro X integration stayed for everything else!
I’ve been using various free tools like Aegis Sub but this was the first thing I found that helped me interface with Final Cut Pro X’s new support for captions.
And it turns out it is a much better subtitle editing program than anything else I’ve used. Excellent work.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.