- Extract SRT Subtitles from DOCX
- This tool extracts SRT subtitles from DOCX files and downloads them as a .TXT file. You can use the downloaded file with any video player and see the subtitles.
- Introduce timestamps in plain text subtitle
- In this case all you have is a DOCX file with lines of subtitles There is no timestamp information whatsoever. The tool does it's best to introduce timestamps for each line of lyrics by considering the length of the line, how many words & characters are in it and the Start/End time you provide.
- Language Conversion
- Use this to convert each line of your subtitles from one language to another.
SRT is a subtitle file format generated by the SubRip software. A time range (start to end) precedes each line of subtitle. Video players show the subtitle on the screen when the video is within this period.
1. Start Counter
Each sequentially generated subtitle has a counter in the SRT file format. By default, the counter starts from 0. You can change this starting counter by using this setting
Starting Counter 0
0 00:00:17,620 --> 00:00:23,210 Baby, last night was hands down 1 00:00:23,310 --> 00:00:25,810 One of the best nights
Starting Counter 1
1 00:00:17,620 --> 00:00:23,210 Baby, last night was hands down 2 00:00:23,310 --> 00:00:25,810 One of the best nights
2. Start Time
The time in seconds when the subtitle starts. Must be greater than the End Time
3. End Time
The time in seconds when the subtitle ends. Must be less than the Start Time
4. Convert Language
Select to perform language conversion on the lyrics
5. Source Language
The language to convert the lyrics from
6. Target Language
The target language for the subtitle translation
- Oct 2, 2021
- Tool Launched