Gaupol is a subtitle editor for text-based subtitles
Gaupol is a subtitle editor for text-based subtitles. Gaupol project is in early development stage and does not yet contain any advanced features.
The aim is to make a simple, but powerful, subtitle editor for multiple subtitle formats. Currently Gaupol is useful for converting between different formats, translating and manual editing.
Gaupol should run on all Unix-like (Linux, BSD, etc.) operating systems. Technically there is no obstacle why it couldn't run on Windows or Mac, but that has not been tested. Gaupol's user interface has been designed to best fit the GNOME desktop environment.
Currently supported formats:
Support for a wide range of character encodings
Conversions between all supported formats, including conversion of most tags
Multiple document interface
Editing in either time or frame mode
Text formatting: toggling of italics and dialog lines, case changing
GNOME HIG 2.0 compliant user interface
Gaupol requires Python 2.4 or greater and PyGTK 2.6 or greater.
Psyco will be used if available.
For best results use Psyco 1.4 or greater.
What's New in This Release:
This is a bug-fix release, which most importantly fixes the cell renderers to be compatible with GTK and PyGTK versions 2.10.
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