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  1. Are there any good alternatives to D-Subtitler? As much as I love D-Vision, D-Subtitler is a pretty bad subtitle ripping program. It jumbles two to five words together at a time, making it far too time consuming to create srt files. How I wish the makers of VobSub didn't ignore Mac users.
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  2. Cinematize Pro will handle subtitles. You don't get out text like D-Subtitler. Instead you get the subtitles as a QuickTime overlay track that can be edited separately or "burned-in" on top of the video.
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  3. Thanks for the tip. However, if possible, I'd like the output to be in srt or sub (two formats which my standalone player recognizes). Are there any other programs which will do this?
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