Gnome Subtitles 0.4
Posted on: 04/23/2007 11:49 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 screenshots are available at: http://gnome-subtitles.sf.net/gnome-subtitles-release-0.4 . Its summary follows.

- Automatically select the file's character coding in the SaveAs dialog
- Automatically open a video file when running Gnome Subtitles with a
subtitle file as argument
- Improved Timings Shift dialog:
* New selection options, allowing to apply the shift to all subtitles, the selected subtitles, and the selected subtitle to the first or last subtitles
* Automatically update the shift value according to the video position, allowing to shift a set of subtitles to start at that position
* Added a button to clear the shift value
- New File Properties dialog, showing the file name, path, character coding, subtitle format and timing mode
- Add a "Video" tag to the frame rate of the video, in the Video Framerate menu, when opening a video file
- Allow to open a blank subtitle file (showing no errors)
- Use Bug Buddy, the official GNOME bug reporting tool, reverting to the old bug reporter if Bug Buddy isn't available
- Added a Man page
- Fixed some bugs related to the GUI not being correctly updated when changing the timing mode
- Internal refactoring:
* Updated to reflect changes in SubLib
* Better handle documents and their properties
* Better support changing the timing mode, which fixes some existing bugs
* Single place for common video-related functionality
* Ensure dialogs are properly shown, by setting them visible as the last step in their creation

Bug fixes:
- Error shown when opening a blank file (#417310)
- Can't load srt subtitles - detected encoding is not supported (#417303)
- MPlayer fails for each second file (#417869)

Thanks:
- Marcin Simonides, Marcin Zajaczkowski, Marco Lackovic, Phalanx747, Tiago Bortoletto Vaz

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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