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  1. Member lollozip's Avatar
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    Hello, this is my first thread. Thanks for let me join the forum.
    I searched thru the forum but didn't find a solution.

    I am new at Subtitle edit. I am asked to create subtitles in italian from a french film and I have strict parameters to follow.
    I have a french card with three lines, appearing at different timecodes (line 1 appears before line 2 and 3, and then they fade away together).
    Client asks me to make the italian lines appear one by one, never overlapping. In this way, I do very short lines, but SubtitleEdit says they are too short.

    I'd like to create lines in the same way of the french version. Is it possible?

    thanks everybody
    Lorenzo
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  2. Try Aegisub, it won't complain about it.
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