Easy Subtitles Synchronizer is designed for people without background to subtitles creation and synchronization. For this reason provides only the necessary tools for subtitles creation and synchronization that a common user needs. Easy Subtitles Synchronizer is compatible with .srt and .sub subtitles files
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Version: Easy Subtitles Synchronizer 1.0
Easy to use.
Did the job.
Nothing in the short time I used it.
I was able to stretch an srt file that I downloaded to a video I had captured, but had a different frame rate. Oddly enough, the avi/srt syncs perfectly, but the converted DVD goes off by a very small amount by the end>