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Any one use a downloaded version of a subtitle converter program?

 

Quite lot of movies and TV series, especially from places like RARBG have subs in sub/idx format, which is fine when watching on the computer but my Samsung TV does not recognize these so have so convert to .SRT. 

 

There is a program   https://subtitletools.com/convert-sub-idx-to-srt-online  -  that does sub/idx to srt conversion online, which is fine but a bit of a pain if the site is busy and it takes long time to convert a series of 20 or more episodes.

 

I've had a Google but can't find any program to download that would do batch conversions that I could just set up and let run to do it's job without my having to watch it. 

 

Cheers  :smile: 

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Have you tried this ??

 

https://www.nikse.dk/SubtitleEdit

 

Download link (GitHub): https://github.com/SubtitleEdit/subtitleedit/releases

 

And it does command line conversions

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Subtitle Edit command line conversion


Subtitle Edit can do command line conversion between formats listed in the main window format drop down list.

Syntax: SubtitleEdit /convert "pattern" "name-of-format-without-spaces" [/encoding:?] [/fps:?] [/outputfolder:?]:

 


 

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Example:

SubtitleEdit /convert *.srt adobeencore

Result: Will convert all .srt files to Adobe Encore format

Example 2:

SubtitleEdit /convert *.srt adobeencore /encoding:windows-1252

Result: Same as above but using windows-1252 file encoding (see Info.Name list for more encodings)

 

 

 

 

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Subtitle Edit can read, write, and convert between more than 200 subtitle formats, like:

SubRip (*.srt)

ABC iView

Adobe Encore

Advanced Sub Station Alpha

AQTitle

Avid

CapMaker Plus (*.cap, binary)

Captionate

Cavena890 (*.890, binary)

Cheetah Caption (*.cap, binary)

D-Cinema (Cinecanvas, both interop and smpte)

Dvd Studio Pro

Dvd Subtitle

EBU Subtitling data exchange format (*.stl, binary)

F4 (several variations)

Flash xml

Json (two variations, for use with JavaScript)

MicroDvd

MPlayer2

OpenDvt

PAC (*.pac, binary)

Pinnacle Impression

QuickTime Text

RealTime Text

Scenarist

Sony DVD Architect

Sub Station Alpha

SubViewer 1.0

SubViewer 2.0

Sami (*.smi)

Son (*.son, import only)

Subtitle Editor Project

Timed Text 1.0 (*.xml), also know as TTML or DFXP

Timed Text Draft (*.xml)

TMPlayer

TTXT

TurboTitle

Ulead Subtitle Format

Ultech (*.cap, binary, only read)

UTX

WebVTT

YouTube Annotations

YouTube Sbv

Zero G

Xml

Csv

VobSub (*.sub/*.idx, binary - can also be read from Matroska/mp4 files)

DVD Vob (*.vob, binary, read only)

Blu-ray sup (*.sup, binary, can also be read from Matroska files)

Bdn xml (*.xml + png images, read+write)

 

 

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That's a subtitle editor, more complicated than for what I'm looking for :wacko:

 

With the online converter you just select the two files sub/idx and click convert.

Convert-02.JPG.f96de5d37d450f1557d178531cee11f3.JPG

 

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12 minutes ago, Daffy D said:

That's a subtitle editor, more complicated than for what I'm looking for :wacko:

 

With the online converter you just select the two files sub/idx and click convert.

Convert-02.JPG.f96de5d37d450f1557d178531cee11f3.JPG

 

:smile:

Have you read the command line section ??

 

It also converts them !!


 

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Example:

SubtitleEdit /convert *.srt adobeencore

Result: Will convert all .srt files to Adobe Encore format

Example 2:

SubtitleEdit /convert *.srt adobeencore /encoding:windows-1252

Result: Same as above but using windows-1252 file encoding (see Info.Name list for more encodings)

 

 

 

Oke, sorry if it doesn't work for you !

 

Good luck with the search ! 😐

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I've usd subtitle edit too...its easy to use it to convert between formats...just open the subtle file and then "save as"...whatever new format,yes it has other very powerful options but no need to use them just to convert formats.

 

 

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