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  1. Here is part of an srt file that has font color data. The subtitles appear fine using VLC player, but I prefer not to have any font data in the srt file. I just want the basic subtitles with the timing. What tool can be used to eliminate the font color data from the whole srt file?

    00:00:05,000 --> 00:00:06,999
    <font color="white">NARRATOR: Everyone</font>
    <font color="white">knows the feeling</font>

    00:00:07,000 --> 00:00:08,999
    <font color="white">at some point</font>
    <font color="white">in their lives.</font>

    00:00:09,000 --> 00:00:10,999
    <font color="white">You're not part of the crowd.</font>

    00:00:11,000 --> 00:00:13,999
    <font color="white">You just don't fit in.</font>

    00:00:14,000 --> 00:00:16,999
    <font color="white">You feel different.</font>
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Search for strip html software or use an online html stripper like .
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  3. Or open the .srt in Subtitle Edit. Mark all (CTRL+a). Right click and select Normal. Save.
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  4. Open the SRT file in Notepad and replace <font color="white"> with nothing. Repeat for any other unwanted commands.
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    If you have multiple files (not only .srt, but any text file), Inforapid Search and Replace is great for replacing strings of text. Highly recommended!
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  6. Or open the .srt in Subtitle Edit. Mark all (CTRL+a). Right click and select Normal. Save.
    That worked perfectly. Near 1-click solution. Already had Subtitle Edit on the computer. Thanks.
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