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    hello guys is there anyway to change subtitle style like size and fon't for multipe files?
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  2. Copy and paste? What kind of subtitle files?
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  3. Not much to go on ..

    Use Subtitle Edit CLI. Type "Subtitledit /convert /list" to see supported formats. If yours among them setup .ASS in GUI (Options -> Settings) and convert the subtitles to .ass.
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    the files format is ssa what i want to do is change the style for 155 sub files is there anyway to apply style for multipe files without opening each one?
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  5. Open Subtitle Edit. Set the styles on "Options -> Settings -> ASS/SSA tab".

    Use the CLI command:

    (PathToSubtitleEdit\)SubtitleEdit /convert *.ssa SubStationAlpha /outputfolder:NewFolder
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    what is CLI command?
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  7. CLI: Command Line

    You need to open a command shell (MS-DOS) and type in the command above.
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    Hello! (^_^)

    Originally Posted by simonrule View Post
    the files format is ssa what i want to do is change the style for 155 sub files is there anyway to apply style for multipe files without opening each one?
    Without opening the files, using the command line (CLI) might be the best way to do it. Otherwise, there are several text editors (like Notepad++) that have a "Search & Replace in multiple files" option.
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  9. I managed to do this using Find and Replace: https://www.thewindowsclub.com/find-replace-text-multiple-files-bulk-windows-pc
    Open the subtitle file in the notepad, find the lines corresponding to the styles, copy-paste to the program and so on.
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