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  1. I am sorry, but i have no idea what this is called, but i hate it.

    Some times i get srt files that are like this:

    Line 1 -
    extremely good at.
    i don't understand my reasoning.
    it certainly satisfies some
    Line 2 -
    i don't understand my reasoning.
    it certainly satisfies some
    desire that i have.
    Having the SRT files in this way is a nightmare when you want to merge it with another translated version of the subtitles.
    it takes up too much space on the screen.

    So, my question is, how can i change the SRT file to display the sentences like this instead?

    Line 1 -
    extremely good at.
    i don't understand my reasoning.
    Line 2 -
    it certainly satisfies some
    desire that i have.
    .
    Every line should be a new sentence, and should NOT contain the previously spoken sentence.

    The final result should look like this


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  2. I am PLEABS
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    i hope you know what text editor is and what regular expression is
    load that srt file on text editor (i use Microsoft Visual Studio Code) press ctrl+h tick the regular expression icon (.*) and type
    Code:
    ^.*?<br />
    empty the replace text box then click that replace all button

    backup your srt file just in case.
    Last edited by Ant_G; 25th Oct 2019 at 02:36. Reason: code perfection
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    You can simply directly edit the line in Notepad Windows built in text editor or Notepad++ a free text editor you can download. Always make a backup of the original of course..
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