Subtitle Edit is a free open source video subtitle editor for Windows and Linux. You can use it to edit, create, adjust, sync, and translate subtitle lines in your video. Released under the GNU General Public License v3.0. Includes audio visualizer, built-in video player, error correction wizard, spell checking, typewriter and karaoke effects, and automatic translation. You can export subtitles to PNG, Adobe Encore FAB image scripts, VobSub, Blu-ray sup, EBU stl, PAC and plain text. Convert subtitles between over 280 file formats.
Install subtitle editing on Ubuntu
Subtitle editing is available as an Ubuntu snap package. Open a terminal application on Ubuntu. Press ctrl + alt + t at the same time to open. Then run the Subtitle Edit snap installation command.
sudo snap install subtitle-edit --edge
After installation, run the following commands one by one to configure the subtitle editor.
sudo snap connect subtitle-edit:alsa :alsa
sudo snap connect subtitle-edit:removable-media :removable-media
sudo snap connect subtitle-edit:mount-observe :mount-observe
that’s all . You can now open the subtitle editor using the following command
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