Gnome Subtitles 0.3
Posted on: 03/28/2007 11:43 AM

Gnome Subtitles is a subtitle editor for the GNOME desktop. It supports the most common text-based subtitle formats and allows for subtitle editing, conversion and synchronization.

* About: http://gnome-subtitles.sf.net/about

* Screenshots: http://gnome-subtitles.sf.net/screenshots

* Download: http://gnome-subtitles.sf.net/download


What's New?
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Release notes with accompanying screenshots are available at: http://gnome-subtitles.sf.net/gnome-subtitles-release-0.3 . Its summary follows.

- New dialog to add or remove encodings used in File Open/Save
- New Preferences dialog
* Set whether to automatically choose video files when selecting/opening subtitle files
- Video times, rewind and forward now work correctly on locales that use a comma as decimal separator (e.g., French, Polish)
- Store the window size on exit and restore it on start
- Removed the shadow that appeared around the video image frame
- Now prints an adequate error message when using an encoding not supported by the system
- Properly unselect video file when selecting a folder, in the File Open dialog
- Use "setproctitle" when "prctl" isn't found, so setting the process name also works in FreeBSD
- Improved the verbosity level in some error situations

Bug fixes:
- Video loaded with wrong length (#418099)
- "System.FormatException" error during opening video (#421457)
- Quote symbol in path prevents file from opening (#417868)
- Video file is reported as not supported but MPlayer supports it (#417848)
- Video previewing doesn't function correctly (#421883)

Thanks:
- Carlos Doki, Malte Skoruppa, Marcin Zajaczkowski, Phalanx747, Rafal
Slubowski, Sebastian Porta

Where's It?
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The sources are available at: http://gnome-subtitles.sf.net/download Packages for distributions will be available ASAP at the same address.


Enjoy,

--
Pedro Castro



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