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User's manual v1.8
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Commands from this menu will help you handle timecodes of subtitles.
You may edit the timecode of a single subtitle, or in relation to another, so you can chain subtitles.
Also, you may request automatic duration setup, according to the internal automatic text reader and the predefined subtitling rules.
 
 
Take In Linked set or move In moving previous Out linked
Take Out Linked set or move Out moving following In linked
Take In Over set or move In over previous Out correcting it with current Interval
Take Out Over set or move Out over following In correcting it with current Interval
 
Chain with Previous/Next moves the timecode values of the current subtitle to be adjacent to the previous or next one,
with the minimum interval between subtitles in mind. These operations keep the duration of the subtitle intact – both the IN and OUT cue points are moved.
 
Snap to Previous/Next snaps the current subtitle IN or OUT cue point to the next or previous subtitle timecode.
In this case the duration of the subtitle is changed, because the other cue point remains unchanged.
 
Auto In/Out define an IN or OUT cue point automatically based on the integrated auto-reader and the predefined reading speed.
Of course, the subtitling defaults and defined settings are the source for this action. Every entry will be defined by them.
 
 
 
Change Frame Rate allows you to change the subtitle file current frame rate, providing important options such as Keep time, Keep frames count and Keep timecode parts.
It often happens that the proxy file you are using for subtitling has different frame rate from the original broadcast file, or that you are translating the subtitle for the different frame rate.
This unique feature provides best possible frame rate change, by keeping the original duration, exact number of the frames in the video file,
thus making the converted file to perfectly fit and be in sync as desired. *MAKE SURE THAT YOUR SUBITLE FILE HAS THE SAME FRAMERATE AS THE MEDIA*
 
 
Offset Times… allows to adjust the timing of one, many, or all subtitles simultaneously. The offset contains the time, to which to offset the subtitles.
All scenarios of selection are included in Range. You can manipulate All, To and From Current, Selection or User Specified.
References section here provides additional information field you can use to monitor or set values of appropriate item.
The values can be typed or modified using the each field buttons.
 
 
Scale times allows re-timing one, many or all subtitles simultaneously, relative to each other.
All scenarios of selection are included in Range. You can manipulate All, To and From Current, Selection or User Specified.
References section here provides additional information field you can use to monitor or set values of appropriate item.
 
 
Speed Change… allows changing of the speed by numerous options.
Based on selected method, you can change the speed by Framerate (defined or custom), Scope (Global or Selected text),
Direction (Forward or Backward) and Origin (From cursor or Entire scope).
 
 
Spotting Board gives you the ease of manipulating the timings and do the spotting with a click of a mouse button,
or by a simple finger touch, if you are equipped with the Touch screen.
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