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  1. Member
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    Hello
    I've been searching for a solution for this for quite some time..

    I have a transcript that looks like this:

    Code:
    0:00:00,048(upbeat music)
        0:00:07,010To start everything off.
        0:00:08,570We're gonna start thinking about
        0:00:09,980where you can actually go in the industry.
        0:00:11,520And one of the best ways I found to see what's out there is
        0:00:15,210to follow the title of this actual episode, Trading Places.
        0:00:18,928One thing I think that's a great thought experiment
    ...
    I need to turn it into a subtitle file, Any trick I can use so I don't have to write the time-codes manually ?

    Thank you
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    Save you transcript in a text file... start Subtitle Edit, and use File - Open... choose your saved text file, and then SE should open it
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    HAHA!, it worked!
    Thank you so much .
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