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  1. Hello!

    I have over 100 subtitles and on every one of them I want to add a text at the beggning "SAMPLE TEXT". ( a new line).
    How can I do that and in what program ?
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  2. I think that with subtitleedit you can't ... if not someone correct me.
    You can create a subtitle of intro (eg. 0~2 sec) with the line you want:

    1
    00:00:00,005 --> 00:00:02,000
    "SAMPLE TEXT"

    and join them with ffmpeg in a batch file... we make a text file: my_list.txt

    file 'intro.srt'
    file '%%a'

    Code:
    @echo 
    set "ConcatScript=my_list.txt"
    for %%a in (*.srt) do (
        (echo file 'intro.srt'
        echo file '%%~a'
           )>"%ConcatScript%"
    C:\ffmpeg\ffmpeg -f concat -i "%ConcatScript%" "%%~a.new.srt"
    )
    pause
    I have tried it and it works, I suppose that some expert can correct something .. I don't know ...

    But it is a way out of your problem..
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    You think can do that with subtitle edit but you have to go in the settings and find the options.
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    Edit: Ah, sorry - misunderstood... don't think SE can do this.
    Last edited by Nikse; 16th Apr 2020 at 04:38. Reason: Misunderstood...
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  5. Originally Posted by sekininsha View Post
    I think that with subtitleedit you can't ... if not someone correct me.
    You can create a subtitle of intro (eg. 0~2 sec) with the line you want:

    1
    00:00:00,005 --> 00:00:02,000
    "SAMPLE TEXT"

    and join them with ffmpeg in a batch file... we make a text file: my_list.txt

    file 'intro.srt'
    file '%%a'

    Code:
    @echo 
    set "ConcatScript=my_list.txt"
    for %%a in (*.srt) do (
        (echo file 'intro.srt'
        echo file '%%~a'
           )>"%ConcatScript%"
    C:\ffmpeg\ffmpeg -f concat -i "%ConcatScript%" "%%~a.new.srt"
    )
    pause
    I have tried it and it works, I suppose that some expert can correct something .. I don't know ...

    But it is a way out of your problem..
    It's working , but the problem is that is changing the timings and then the subtitle will be in out of sync.
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    You can use batch convert with offset time codes for all the affected srt with subtitle edit.
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  7. If I set for all subtitles to show 2 seconds ealier to get them in sync , the intro it's removed .
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  8. It's working , but the problem is that is changing the timings and then the subtitle will be in out of sync.
    Sorry .. I had not seen this situation.

    Try ..

    Start by applying the 'Offset time codes' (2,000/ Show earlier) in SE .. and then apply the batch adding the intro .
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