Subtitle Edit Videos


Part 1 - Installation & opening a subtitle file (video obsolete)

Subtitle Edit is available from the GitHub release page.
Several files are available for download - the installer version that most people will want to use is the file called something like "SubtitleEdit-3.5.7-Setup.zip".
If you use the portable versions (no installer) then do not unpack to "C:\Program files" as write access to the files is needed. Instead unpack to something like "C:\Tools\SE".
Also note that the files are described on the release page if you scroll a bit down.

Part 2 - Edit, delete & undo

A few of the most basic operations.
Many functions are available in the listview context menu (right-click on subtitle line).

Part 3 - Visual Sync

A quick test of visual sync - synchronizing a subtitle out of sync.
Tip: Use the shortcuts.

Part 4 - Google translate & translation helper

This video demonstrates how to translate a subtitle from one language to another.
Tip: Use the keyboard shortcut <Alt + arrow down> to go to next subtitle line.

Part 5 - Review a subtitle (find common errors)

This video demonstrates how to review a subtitle.
Steps:

Part 6 - Compare

This video demonstrates how to compare a subtitle.
Color syntax:
  • Green = No change (same as original)
  • Red = Line was inserted/deleted
  • White = Line was changed


Also, don't miss the Subtitle Edit Help.