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    February 12, 2020

    Hi,

    I would like to know if someone knows how to insert (and not attach, joined or merge) a "forced .srt" (for example in French) in a .srt (for example English)

    For example:
    .srt (English)


    1
    00:00:39,875 --> 00:00:43,500
    RATTUS RATTUS GROWLS

    2
    00:00:43,667 --> 00:00:44,833
    HE COUGHS

    3
    00:00:44,917 --> 00:00:47,167
    Oh, that's really not good for
    your tonsils, that.

    4
    00:00:47,292 --> 00:00:49,708
    Ugh, right, that's enough
    of the logos.


    75
    00:03:54,500 --> 00:03:55,500
    Phew.

    76
    00:03:56,333 --> 00:03:57,792
    HE WHlSTLES
    - SlGN CREAKS

    77
    00:04:00,458 --> 00:04:01,684
    ANNOUNCEMENT:
    {\i1}Ladies and gentlemen{\i}

    78
    00:04:01,708 --> 00:04:02,583
    {\i1}please take your seats{\i}

    79
    00:04:02,667 --> 00:04:05,417
    {\i1}as the Emperor Nero birthday
    games will begin shortly.{\i}




    .srt (Forced)


    2
    00:03:57,112 --> 00:03:59,406
    5 ANS PLUS TARD

    3
    00:03:59,573 --> 00:04:01,867
    ENTRÉE
    DES GLADIATEURS

    4
    00:04:02,034 --> 00:04:05,079
    SORTIE
    DES GLADIATEURS



    We have two .srt files. One contains the subtitles of the film in the original version.
    The other (Forced srt) contains only the subtitles in the foreign language spoken during the film.

    Is it possible to insert "Forced srt" in the other?
    It is not a question of joining the two files because otherwise all the forced subtitles will be found at the end and that will not make any sense.

    Thanks
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  2. Subtitle Edit. Use "Tools -> Append". Then "Tools -> Sort by -> Start Code"
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