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  1. I have file "srt" I want to add alignment for each line


    Before

    SUB.English.srt

    Code:
    1
    00:03:33,680 --> 00:03:35,215
    - my car...
    - what is it doing?
    
    2
    00:03:36,549 --> 00:03:38,051
    What are you doing?
    
    3
    00:03:38,117 --> 00:03:39,953
    What are you driving?

    after

    output.srt

    Code:
    1
    00:03:33,680 --> 00:03:35,215
    {\an8}- my car...
    - what is it doing?
    
    2
    00:03:36,549 --> 00:03:38,051
    {\an8}What are you doing?
    
    3
    00:03:38,117 --> 00:03:39,953
    {\an8}What are you driving?


    All I need only. add alignment Using Python Any suggestions?
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  2. This might work, (not tested):
    Code:
    infile =  'orig.srt'
    outfile = 'output_file.srt'
    #formatting new line, where {0} gets formatted as original text
    new_line = '{{\\an8}}{0}\n'
    
    with open(outfile, 'w') as out_file:
        with open(infile) as in_file:
            rewrite = False
            for line in in_file:
                if rewrite:
                    #format new text line
                    out_file.write(new_line.format(line))
                else:
                    #just copy line
                    out_file.write(f'{line}\n')
                
                if '-->' in line:
                    rewrite = True
                else:
                    rewrite = False
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  3. Thanks it works. Is there a solution for empty spaces?
    https://i.imgur.com/v6iYfwG.jpg
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  4. Originally Posted by _Al_ View Post
    This might work, (not tested):
    Code:
    infile =  'orig.srt'
    outfile = 'output_file.srt'
    #formatting new line, where {0} gets formatted as original text
    new_line = '{{\\an8}}{0}\n'
    
    with open(outfile, 'w') as out_file:
        with open(infile) as in_file:
            rewrite = False
            for line in in_file:
                if rewrite:
                    #format new text line
                    out_file.write(new_line.format(line))
                else:
                    #just copy line
                    out_file.write(f'{line}\n')
                
                if '-->' in line:
                    rewrite = True
                else:
                    rewrite = False
    It works after removing
    \n

    Thanks again
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  5. ok, '\n' is a new line for printing. I thought that when reading lines that line variable string does not carry it at the end.
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  6. I remember that this already happened to me, and simply 're-saving as srt' in 'Subtitle Edit' was corrected ...
    責任者-MDX
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  7. Things like that are easier to do in apps that handle subtitles. But he mentioned in his earliest threads that he uses windows batch files to handle more subtitles at once or for some other reasons.
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