SubSync: Automatic subtitle synchronization tool based on audio track

Sub-syncOr subtitle voice synchronizer is a very convenient tool that can automatically synchronize movie subtitles, so you do n’t need to manually adjust subtitles. The developers provided binaries for Linux (Snap) and Microsoft Windows. Even if the subtitle language is different from the subtitle file language, automatic movie subtitle synchronization can also be done by analyzing the audio track. This is done by using a dictionary file automatically downloaded by the subtitle voice synchronizer, which supports a large number of Language.

The SubSync interface currently only supports English and Polish. SubSync can also synchronize subtitles based on other subtitles provided in other languages.
The application has automatic character encoding detection, drag and drop support, and an easy-to-use user interface. It also includes some advanced settings, such as maximum point distance, minimum speech recognition score, and so on, but for most uses, you do not need to make any changes here.
The subtitle voice synchronizer supports automation by passing parameters on the command line, but it needs to run the application GUI to perform subtitle synchronization. Related content: Download subtitles from the file manager or the command line with by right-clicking

Use SubSync Voice Synchronizer (SubSync)

Using SubSync is very easy, but if you need some help to start using this application, here is a short method for you to use it to automatically synchronize subtitles.
First, browse the subtitle files to be synchronized by clicking the file icon next to the title. Subtitles frame:Sub-sync

Next, click the file icon next to the movie and select the movie video file References Box, and then select an audio track or existing subtitles in some other language (if any):Sub-sync

If SubSync does not detect the correct language, make sure to change the language of the subtitles and video files to the correct language.
Click now Start Button, SubSync should start synchronizing the subtitle file with your video. If you want to sync subtitles and audio tracks, it may take a while.
After synchronization is complete, click Save Button and save the new synchronized subtitle file:Sub-sync

Download SubSync

This is a direct link to the SubSync Snap storage page:
You can also install SubSync from the Snap storage area using the following command:

snap install subsync

If your Linux distribution does not support snapshots by default, please refer to how is it Install it, or download SubSync Resources.