Jubler 3.0.0 review

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Jubler is a subtitle editor which can work with *.SUB and *.SRT files

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
File size: 0K
Developer: Panayotis Katsaloulis
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Jubler is a subtitle editor which can work with *.SUB and *.SRT files. Jubler lets you join, split, and recode into different framerates, delete and remove depending on specific patterns, and edit specific subtitles in place.

Through a graphical interface, it is possible to launch mplayer to test the produced subtitles.

Here are some key features of "Jubler":
It supports *.SUB and *.SRT file formats, although it is easy to extend it to support other file types.
You can view the results with mplayer and controll the video flow with a special console. It's again easy to extend it to support more players.
All encodings supported by Java platform are also supported here (like UTF-8). The user is able to select a list of preffered encodings in order to load the localized subtitle files.
Splitting, joining, sorting and recoding of subtitles is supported.
Deleting specific subtitles or subtitle patterns is possible.
Undo/redo is possible
The program could also be used under windows, as long as mplayer is in your PATH
Last but not least: it's open source under GNU GPL!

Latest version of JRE
MPlayer to view subtitles
ASpell to spell-check the subtitles

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