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  1. Hello.
    From other threads, I know that SubtitleEdit can convert TTML2+PNG to *.sup . But this time I have a lot of Subtitle to do, it has been a heavy work because I convert it one by one. Is there any other better way?
    Thanks very much.
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  2. Subtile Edit CLI?
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  3. Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    Subtile Edit CLI?
    Thank you for your prompt reply. I already tried that, but it seems that TTML2 is not suported on command line. T_T
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  4. Originally Posted by Nikse View Post
    Iím truly grateful for your help! The latest beta is excellent .
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  5. Originally Posted by Nikse View Post
    Hello. I found another problem. When I use SubtitleEdit open xml file (TTML2+PNG) , the timecode like "00:04:59.8" will be change to "00:04:59.008", the right timecode should be "00:04:59.800". And some timecode will be lost, like the 71th line in my file subtitle02.xml (begin="00:05:31.122" end="00:05:34")
    Could you fix it please? Thanks very much.
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    Originally Posted by heisiheisi View Post
    Originally Posted by Nikse View Post
    Hello. I found another problem. When I use SubtitleEdit open xml file (TTML2+PNG) , the timecode like "00:04:59.8" will be change to "00:04:59.008", the right timecode should be "00:04:59.800". And some timecode will be lost, like the 71th line in my file subtitle02.xml (begin="00:05:31.122" end="00:05:34")
    Could you fix it please? Thanks very much.
    Thx for the info - new beta up: https://github.com/SubtitleEdit/subtitleedit/releases/download/3.5.3/SubtitleEditBeta.zip
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  7. Originally Posted by Nikse View Post
    Originally Posted by heisiheisi View Post
    Originally Posted by Nikse View Post
    Hello. I found another problem. When I use SubtitleEdit open xml file (TTML2+PNG) , the timecode like "00:04:59.8" will be change to "00:04:59.008", the right timecode should be "00:04:59.800". And some timecode will be lost, like the 71th line in my file subtitle02.xml (begin="00:05:31.122" end="00:05:34")
    Could you fix it please? Thanks very much.
    Thx for the info - new beta up: https://github.com/SubtitleEdit/subtitleedit/releases/download/3.5.3/SubtitleEditBeta.zip
    Thanks very much! And I'm so sorry that I want to submit another problem.
    When the xml file (TTML2+PNG) converted to *.sup file or *.sub file, all the position of Subtitles will be changed to middle bottom though it should be on the left or right side of the screen. (I have uploaded a sample)
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