SubFix allows you to synchronise easily ".srt" subtitle files with the audio track of the corresponding movie. You don't need to fiddle with video frame-rates, delays, etc. all this on a beautiful cocoa interface !
All you have to do is indicate the precise timing of two separate subtitles, Subfix will interpolate for all the other subtitles in the file.
Quick, well thought out. Does what other editors try to do by manipulating frame rates, only by selecting two points in the subtitles and voila.
none, I am super happy to find something like this
After hours of trying to manually change framerates, I came to this site and stumbled upon this program. I had actually given up with Jubler and Aegisub, and was looking for a subtitle editor for a different purpose. I couldn't believe it worked. I have seen so many post in so many forums about synchronizing subtitles to avi files and can't believe no one ever mentioned this software. That is really its main purpose.
None. Just wish it could handle other subtitle formats, too.
Like the author's description says, you can forget about dealing with frame rates, delays, etc. You just choose two subtitle lines, determine the real timing for both, and the program adjusts the entire subtitle set. Simple as that.