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  1. Hi,

    So I have several srt files that have many lines with 2 words attached (that shouldn't be). Any idea how to fix that? I looked at the options in Subtitle Edit but couldn't find anything.


    487
    00:20:42,806 --> 00:20:45,548
    Ask that little boy versionof yourself.

    488
    00:20:45,592 --> 00:20:48,029
    "How do I dance...louder?!"

    489
    00:20:48,072 --> 00:20:49,509
    I don't know what you'retalking about, man.

    490
    00:20:49,552 --> 00:20:51,293
    I don't know how to dance --Okay! Okay!

    491
    00:20:51,337 --> 00:20:53,164
    Okay. Okay.

    492
    00:20:53,208 --> 00:20:55,384
    I'm dancing louder.Okay?
    Thank you.
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    Open the SRT in Notepad and insert a space between the two words. Save.
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  3. Originally Posted by davexnet View Post
    Open the SRT in Notepad and insert a space between the two words. Save.
    I meant is there a way to detect and fix those in a batch mode, there are literally hundred of words that are missing a space.
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    Doesn't Subtitle Workshop have a spell checker? beyond that, I've no idea
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  5. You're right, the spell check is probably the solution, I've just tried it with both Subtitle Edit and Workshop, but you have to check one word at a time, and there are over 900 words that need fixing.
    Is there a spell check that lists all the mistakes at once? (like when Subtitle Edit lists all the common errors?) so that I can maybe manually uncheck the ones it got wrong but then let it fix all the mistakes automatically?
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    Try and google for a srt that doesn't have all those joined words.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  7. Originally Posted by johns0 View Post
    Try and google for a srt that doesn't have all those joined words.
    I did look, they're the only version I could find.
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    For Station 19 episode 4-07 go to https://subscene.com/,they have a version that's doesn't have those joined words.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  9. Thanks yeah, I mean there's no other version that syncs with the copy I have.
    But it's fine I'll use the subs without the joined words and resync them, it'll be easier and faster than fixing the original subtitles.
    Thanks.
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    If your videos are from blu-ray/dvd/amazon then it will be really hard to resync the subs due to different run times and scene changes/durations.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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