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    Yes, you can do that with Subtitle Workshop.

    Originally Posted by Subtitle Workshop
    2.6 Read times from file
    Useful if you have one subtitle file in which the text of each subtitle is right but the timings are not, and you have another file with the same number of subtitles and with the right times. You just have to load the file with the right texts, and then click the "Edit/Timings/Read timings from file" menu or press the [Shift]+[Ctrl]+[T] keys. A dialog will pop up, all you have to do is select the file with the right times in that dialog and load it.
    But note that the subtitles have to correspond exactly -- e.g. subtitle #10 is the same meaning in both languages.

    That's using version 2.51, there is a newer version, but it is rather different, can't say if it has the same feature.
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    You want to translate srt files and don't change the original times.
    I have make an srt edit programme that can do that.
    You can download it on: ( It's Free-Ware )
    http://www.gratissoftwaresite.nl/testlab/Verbeteren+srt+files+ondertiteling

    If you want to know more you can ask me.

    F.G.Goosens@Gmail.com
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