The best of best free advanced subtitle editor/maker.
This software is easy to use indeed. !! Just remember th... MoreThe best of best free advanced subtitle editor/maker.
This software is easy to use indeed. !! Just remember this one: there is the most interesting feature that will really help you out to perfectly and easily adjust the couple of texts in a line (or lines) you've just created (or if you are to modify.) What is it? It's the AUDIO GRAPH. It tells you exactly WHEN (subtitles is about timing, right?) the actor or singer speak or sing by drawing a very interesting go-up, go-down, curved-like graph that you could image as if when you speak with tone, with pause, with power, you name it. So, follow this simple steps (remember the AUDIO GRAPH!) to get used to this program. After having Aeigsub launched, click "Video" in the menu bar, click "Open Video...", and pick out your video file (as far as I'm concerned, Aeigsub can open any video files, but just in case it cannot, just use another free advanced media converter "Format Factory" for converting to Aeigsub recommended formats, e.g '.mp4'). Next, in the menu bar click "Audio", then click "Open Audio from Video", n wait a sec and the graph will show up. Now everything is almost done. You can now start typing down the subtitles on the field located at around the middle right panel. Or you can do copy-paste; copy a pre-structured lines (a line for a speech segment or whatever kind segment you prefer) that you make in a normal text editor (e.g. Notepad), and then "Ctrl+V" or right-clik n choose "Paste" them into the bottom panel. And start adjusting the subtitles to its corresponding audio (displayed interestingly in audio graph.) That's it. Oops I recommend to play around with the buttons that look familiar to you, like play, pause buttons, etc. In fact, just like another program, if you hover the button for a sec, the info about the button will tell you enough info of what it's to do for you. Just try them out first, and I believe you can get used to it ASAP, and of course you can make or perhaps modify subtitles even only with the familiar buttons. Additional: The output can only be saved as '.ass'. Oops, that's true ^_^. That said, many video players can use this subtitle format and in fact, as this format extension stands for (Advanced Substation alpha or .ass'', idk why it's not '.asa' instead), it contains many useful information for media player to read and show it out the screen, and for converter to convert to a popular format like '.srt' (e.g. Subtitle Workshop, which is in fact to do the same job as Aeigsub does, but is able to convert to many subtitles formats possible including '.lrc', which is used for MiniLyric, a software to display lyrics while the audio/video file is run by almost all audio/video player.) OK, JSUK, I even don't use the other buttons because simply idk them (yet). lol. But at least I can feel the easiness when making and editing subtitles with Aeigsub. Again, remember the very useful AUDIO GRAPH! Well, that's all. And so, good luck.
Pros: It's an advanced subtitler! It's so intuitive that makes the process of subtitling easy and as fast and accurate as the user wants.
Cons: It's scary at first, but amusing indeed if handled with good first steps I described above.