First of all, I would like to thank everyone in this great forum for their priceless efforts.
My question is:
I have a plain text(Notepad) and I want to convert it to a subtitle file(.srt). Once I used YouTube method by auto-sync. Can I use the software "subtitle Edit" for this task? if not, please give me a clue.
Any help is appreciated!
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What do you mean by "plain text". SRT subtitles are plain text too, as are many other text based subtitle formats. What kind of formatting do your "plain text" subtitles have? Post a short sample.
Google has some automatic timing/captioning via voice recognition.
I'm note aware of any offline subtitle editor app with such a function. (which doesn't mean it doesn't exist, only that I don't know)
Usually such things are done manually for perfect timings e.g. using Aegisub: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6zXR6Bg7fU
Question: If you already know how to do it using Youtube why don't you keep using that?
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I hope this is clear,