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Download SubRip, a very useful tool for making DivX/AVI subtitles
Author/Publisher: N/A
Language: English
Ease of use: Not Rated
Latest Version: 1.55.2 (details)
OS Support: Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows 2000
License: Freeware
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Description:Download SubRip 1.50 Beta 4
Version:1.55.2 (added Aug 21, 2015 - view changelog)
Size:1.02 MB

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A sub-title/picture extractor with timecode function - highly recommended.

Brain's original 0.97b has now been gone open-source, and the immediate result is ZuGGy's continuation of the SubRip development.


Main Categories: AVI (DivX, Xvid ...), Subtitles
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OS Compatibility:

Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows 2000

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Revision History:

Version 1.55.2
  • Release Date: Aug 21, 2015
  • Download(s):
  • 2015/08/20  SubRip 1.55.2  (c) Bloody

     * (Small bugfix release)

     - OCR engine: added '/' (slash) and '¡' (Spanish inverted exclamation mark) to
       the set of glyphs requiring extra-strong (temporary) char-diff-sensibility,
       to reduce possible confusion between slash (/) and italics-'l', and between
       'i' and '¡' glyphs.

     - Post-OCR I/l correction: added another filter for lower-case chars followed
       by an 'I'.

     - Preview Options: removed .jpg file extension from the background image file
       requester (unsupported), avoiding further error messages down the road.

     - Matrix files: removed all 'weak' colon (:) glyphs (with only the upper dot in
       the glyph image) from matrix # 4, 8, 11, 24, 25, 28, 29, 34, 38, 41, 42, 47,
       50, 51, 60, 65, 66, 68, 73, 80, 88, 91 and 93, as they might be confused with
       the left (incomplete) part of a French 'ï' (an 'i' with diaeresis). Thanks to
       Sven Bent for finding such a case.

       Joined matrix #67 into #8.

       Added 5 new matrix files and updated a few others.

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