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  1. I am after a subtitle editor that is easy to use? I've tried Subtitle Edit but it insists on doing things I don't want to do, such as changing the layout of the original text as well as the spelling!

    All I want to do is import some subtitles from one video to a slightly extended one, change the starting point of some of the text, and occasionally let it appear a bit longer?
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    I am using DaVinci Resolve now, it works.
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  3. Kawaiiii
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    For Subtitle Edit: you probably have some options enabled for auto-correction/formatting.

    Anyway.. i use KaiNote : it's also free and has very powerful tools, especially for re-sync tasks, but at the beginning you have to spend quite some time to familiarize yourself with its complex interface full of buttons and understand how those tools work.
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    It's not clear whether your subtitles are text- or image-based. For text, see krykmoon's post.

    Should your subtitles be image-based SUP or XML/PNG, SE has the option to perform time-based edits (like syncing) without touching the original images.
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