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    Iv got a couple of mkv files with subs included, but they are all capsized. I hate this so I thought maybe there is a way to convert them to proper subs. I looked on the subtitle sites to get other subs, but they are all of out sync with different FPS. So maybe there is an easy way to convert this subs inside mkv files? Easier then syncing subs with different FPS, because dont really like to scroll to all the files, there are 19 episodes..
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    capsized??? They're all upside down?

    Are they srt, vobsub, pgs or other?
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    Originally Posted by ndjamena View Post
    capsized??? They're all upside down?

    Are they srt, vobsub, pgs or other?
    oh haha, I must have been high. I meant capitalized

    The subs are inside the MKV, so no separate file but not hardcoded either..
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  4. Extract them with MKVExtractGUI2. Load them into Subtile Edit. Use Tool -> Change casing ... (Tip. I guess that for 19 episodes there will be names of characters/places etc. not found in SE's dictionary. Add those to the user dictionary and they and they are also changed to small letters automatically)

    Of course if the subs are image based (PGS - IDX/SUB) you'll need to OCR them.

    BTW Subtitle Edit has Synchronization -> Change frame rate - if frame rate truely is the problem.
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