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  1. Well the big thing is getting these .SUB's converted. I need a program that can handle sonverting them to .SRT

    I tried Subresync but it keeps asking for whole words, I almost have to transcribe the whole script. Yes I fiddled with the settings, nothing seems to have changed.

    Anyone recomend a program?

    If its permissable and anyone wants to take a look at the subs I can get them hosted no prob.

    1st sub: http://s49.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=1URLLGXQZ8YBQ1RX7VUZCO1N40
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    Arrgh same prob dude! lol I need a program which can convert .sub to .srt!

    Subresync is from vobsub right? Yeah it sucks that you gotta retype the whole thing...or almost the whole of it. *Faints*

    Subtitle workshop is a good one though but it seems that it can't load .sub files. I suspect it's the microsub that it can't open...

    Cannot be vobsub subs cos then there'll be the .idx which I don't have.

    So...can anyone help pls?
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    subrip and subresync are the only subtosrt tools. you must type the letters manually...subrip is a bit better.

    immortal: try open the sub with notepad, do you see the subs? or just crap?
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    I thought I did it before...with vobsub... I didn't need to type anything i just choose save as and voila! It would change the file type for me...simple as that. Was I dreaming?
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  5. This is possible if the target subs are image based. For text based you must type them...
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    Hmm how do we know if it's image or text based? I thought they are all in notepad form?

    Actually I always wonder why don't they just put them all in .srt :P Is .sub a much better format? What's the difference actually...
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