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Jubler7.0.3

22 July 2020

Edit text-based subtitles.

Overview

Jubler is a multi-platform tool for editing text-based subtitles. It can be used an an authoring software for new subtitles or as a tool to convert, transform, correct, and refine existing subtitles.

Some of its key features are subtitle preview, smooth cooperation with MPlayer, full subtitle editing, and cocoASpell support.

What's new in Jubler

Version 7.0.3:
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20 Reviews of Jubler

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Uncoy
24 March 2018
Version: 5.1

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I really struggled with Jubler. While I appreciate the effort - hey it's free - java based applications are so awkward. This one deleted lots of subtitles when I was trying to edit, I could never time them right and the Jubler sometimes crashed. I ended up reluctantly paying for Subtitle Edit Pro (app store only unfortunately, though just $30 these days, I believe I paid about double). The interface is intuitive - re-arranging blocks of subtitles on a visual audio waveform while the video plays above. Way, way easier. If money is an issue, some of my colleagues have developed a free method to easily create a srt file (as opposed to Jubler which is not easy). It's by adding private videos to YouTube and using their pretty good tool. Don't worry, your videos will never be public and you can delete them after creating the subtitles. https://foliovision.com/2017/02/youtube-subtitle-auto-transcribing Vimeo no longer has a subtitle creation tool unfortunately (they did have one of the best).
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RogerKatz
15 October 2018
Version: 6.0.2
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Wade-Smith
22 July 2018
Version: 5.1
Does not work with latest Java, version 10. Why not?
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Uncoy
24 March 2018
Version: 5.1
I really struggled with Jubler. While I appreciate the effort - hey it's free - java based applications are so awkward. This one deleted lots of subtitles when I was trying to edit, I could never time them right and the Jubler sometimes crashed. I ended up reluctantly paying for Subtitle Edit Pro (app store only unfortunately, though just $30 these days, I believe I paid about double). The interface is intuitive - re-arranging blocks of subtitles on a visual audio waveform while the video plays above. Way, way easier. If money is an issue, some of my colleagues have developed a free method to easily create a srt file (as opposed to Jubler which is not easy). It's by adding private videos to YouTube and using their pretty good tool. Don't worry, your videos will never be public and you can delete them after creating the subtitles. https://foliovision.com/2017/02/youtube-subtitle-auto-transcribing Vimeo no longer has a subtitle creation tool unfortunately (they did have one of the best).
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Semplicita
22 January 2018
Version: 5.1
If you’ve installed Java 9, you’ll probably need the new Jubler 6.0 (beta), as 5.x will error.
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Wts
28 February 2016
Version: 5.0.6
I can't figure out how to use the software. It has so many options that i simply fumble around in it at the moment. Although the application is free source where is the manual ? It seems to be the video subtitle editor i want and want to learn but why do they not include a manual. I know that not many Mac users have a requirement for a manual but this application appears to be so powerful that a manual would go a long way to get a good start with a successful edit. If someone here can point me in the direction of a download for the manual thank you.
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Bidule
15 October 2013
Version: 5.0.1
Many thanks! v.5.0.1 launches on 10.6.8.
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Lemming
15 October 2013
Version: 5.0
Very useful for check subtitles and fixing issues.
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Bidule
14 October 2013
Version: 5.0
Doesn't launch on 10.6.8. V.4.6.1 works fine.
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Greedyfranky
20 August 2013
Version: 4.6.1
Well written app. Easy to use. It tops every other comparable app (even payed ones).
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fpatrick
08 June 2012
Version: 4.6.1
Works well with my MBP, thankQ! Aegisub for MAC OS X crash on launch was getting on my nerves!
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Agmaster
07 January 2011
Version: 4.1.3
Works great and it also works well with ass subtitles as well.
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Untmdsprt
07 September 2010
Version: 4.1.3
What version of mplayer is this needing? It can't find the one that I do have. Once this is fixed the app looks like it will be a great one to use. I have this one: http://mplayerosx.sttz.ch/ Thanks!
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Chris-Fam
25 August 2010
Version: 4.1.3
Work great, best subtitle tool out there! keep up the good works!
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Med!k
16 February 2010
Version: 4.1.3
Works also as a sub/srt converter. Thanks!
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Flash1296
22 September 2008
Version: 3.9.6
Am I correct in concluding that I can edit .srt files with this ?
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Zerozerozero
19 February 2008
Version: 3.4.1
Nice app for writing/editing subrip subtitles. Works like a charm on ppc 10.4.10. Adjusting subtitles graphically by mouse-drag to the audio waveform display is easy though adjusting time codes manually can be a bit cumbersome. Uses mplayer for previewing the video with subtitles, which causes the only issue I have. The current version of mplayer freezes when it comes to the end of the video - can't even force-quit it. It's not the most Mac-like app - being multi-platform and based on java - but the visual aids are superb. We can only look forward to further improvements and enhancements - and to that end, I've made my donation.
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Visualnary-com
17 September 2007
Version: 3.3
After having tried BelleNuit's Subtitler program for a while, and never been happy with their unintuitive interface, I came across this program. Though the instructions are not exactly clear, it is a nifty program. To do new subtitles, one only needs the enter key and can type away. So much easier than Subtitler. Two problems I have come across so far: 1.) When changing the timecode settings, the movie won't play anymore. 2.) When quitting an unsaved project, the program does give an alert, but quits no matter what button one pushes. Other than that a great - and free! - piece of software.
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Chris-Fam
03 August 2007
Version: 3.3
Nice app! I use it to fix a couple subtitles already :-) Thanks!
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Serbian
03 August 2007
Version: 3.3
The very best subs tool for Mac.
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Samuel22
23 January 2007
Version: 3.0
This is really nice app. I use it for about a year. It is the only way (as far as I know) to fix subtitles, - for free. You can shift the time, change the frame rate, etc.
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