Current Version: 1.61
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 15.5 MB - Download
Watch out: Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion only.
SubtitleReSync is the SRT-subtitle editor you've always wanted with clever synchronization, maintenance and translation functions. You can read and write a SubRip (.SRT), Subviewer (.SUB), MicroDVD (also .SUB) or SubStation Alpha (.SSA) file with the encoding you want or have the encoding auto-detected. You can even import embedded soft-subtitles from a QuickTime movie or export to QTtext and TTXT for use with other applications for experts.
Together with the merge- and split-file functionality you can convert from any configuration of the above mentioned types to another.
SubtitleResync lets you create and edit your subtitles in a most user friendly way. With just a "button click" you can add, delete, change, split or merge subtitle lines or find and replace parts of them.
Other "clicks" help you change the timing of the subtitles. Just only one line, based on a live and precise positioning with a view of the accompanying movie. Or all at once shifting backwards or forwards with a just a factor or with 2 or more sync points to have hundreds of lines recalculated automatically.
For even more accuracy and convenience, SubtitleResync can open a second movie window for you which for instance you can move to another Spaces virtual-screen or even a physical second monitor if you have one. In this view you can also set cue points to let the movie return to the position you are working on with again a simple "click" or even automatically loop between points you've set. You can have both movie views play independently if you want but of course sync them with a just a "click".
With the help of popular internet translation machines SubtitleResync can also help you translating your subtitles. Line by line so that you can adjust manually while working on them. Remember, the quality of the translation is just as good (or bad) as the internet translation machine can deliver.
Whatever collection of movies you have, made by yourself or by others, SubtitleReSync is the tool for maintaining subtitles. Easy and fast.
- a small user-interface bug when resizing the application window
- improved helptext and tutorials
- an issue with menu items and empty files
- drag and drop of subtitles and movies with different names . It can't get any easier than this!
Most Helpful Reviews
Doesn't work with non-latin characters - I wanted to resync some subtitles that are in cyrillic and the text is completely unreadable when you import it into the program. :( Visited the "support" website but didn't really find any links to contact support. :( At this point I feel like I totally wasted my money. :(
More Reviews for Current Version
Bad App - A waist of money. $4.99 that I could have sent to a presidential candidate instead.. or buy a hotdog. The "help" part of the app does nothing to explain all the buttons, no tutorials that will show .. A VIDEO.. of how to use this. not intuitive at all… guessing all the time and it is a waist of my money. Save your money and dont buy this.
Not Working with Maverick - I can not open the App with Maverick
Doesn’t launch on OS X 10.9 - Don’t waste your time.
Terrible UI - Yet another poorly written app. It has virtually NO keyboard shortcuts, making it impossible to use. An app like this NEEDS LOTS of keyboard shortcuts to be able to navigate both video and subtitles. This app has none. Not even start/pause using space bar. No volume control so volume is system volume.
Doesn’t start in 10.10 and - It appears to have been abandoned a few operating systems ago. Please read the first line of the description before you consider pushing the purchase button.