Subtitle Edit Pro
Subtitle Edit Pro
4.1.9

5.0

Subtitle Edit Pro free download for Mac

Subtitle Edit Pro

4.1.9
14 January 2019

Create and edit subtitles.

Overview

Subtitle Edit Pro is a powerful app to create and edit your subtitles and timecode. We focused on how to make it intuitive and easy to use. Mostly, you just need to drag on the waveform to make timecode, adjust timecode and input text. We also offer a text editor to edit subtitles, manipulate timecode. Merge or split subtitle is never been this easy. Please watch the video tutorial before you buy it: http://www.finalsub.com/sep.html.

Features
  • MP4, MOV, AVI, MKV, M4V without DRM, 3GP and most audio format supported
  • Waveform Operations: Double click to play, one click to stop. Dragging to make timecode. Drag the edge to adjust timecode. Double click on subtitle to edit text.
  • Text View Operations: It’s a standard Plain Text Editor. Click timecode to jump. Use arrow key on keyboard to shift timecode forward or backward.
  • Warning Triangle: Too many letters-per-line or too many letters-per-second.
  • Delete timecode to merge subtitles and hit Return key to split up a subtitle to two subtitles
  • Command+J/K/L to step forward/backward specific frames
  • Option+J/K/L to fast forward/reverse
  • Subtitle overlay to the movie for reference
  • Support multiple line subtitles
  • Basic formatting supported: italic, bold, underline and font colour
  • Set starting timecode.
  • Adjust timecode to any HHMMSSFF.
  • All drag-and-drop supported
  • Convert corrupted timecode format
  • Bilingual subtitle support:
    • Merge subtitle text
    • Split subtitle text
    • Replace subtitle text and reserve the timecode
    • Export bilingual text files without timecode
    • Export bilingual SRT file with timecode

What's new in Subtitle Edit Pro

Version 4.1.9:
  • Fixed the burn subtitle bug

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4 Subtitle Edit Pro Reviews

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WordWeaver
11 September 2017

Most helpful

I visited the developer's website at http://www.finalsub.com/sep.html in order to learn more about this app. There is a helpful tutorial video there which briefly explains the app's basic operations.

While the tutorial video is great, before investing $30.00 in this app, most people will want to actually try it out for themselves, in order to determine if it truly meets their needs, before parting with their money.

While I found a link for a trial version on the "Question and Answer" page of the site, once I downloaded it, I discovered that the app was version 3.4.1 -- not the latest 3.5.1 -- and an on-screen dialog informed me that it was already expired. So it was just a waste of my time.

I encourage the developer -- bin liu/Somac -- to provide end users with a fully-working, uncrippled demo of this app, so we can properly evaluate the app before committing to an App Store purchase.

Thank you.
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Version 3.5.1
denebvgl
09 September 2019
Does someone if the app translate from spanish to english?
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Version 4.1.9
prestopost
23 March 2019
When I export EBU STL and import it into Adobe Premier Pro, it leaves spaces between subtitles. What am I doing wrong? Any setting suggestions.??
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Version 4.1.9
Uncoy
24 March 2018
I jumped and paid about $45 CAD for Subtitle Edit Pro. I thought it was a lot of money but after struggling with all the awkward java freeware, SEP is the only subtitle creation and editing tool which works at all intuitively in terms of synchronising words and text. You just drag and drop on a moving timeline. To shorten a subtitle or lengthen it, you only need to pull the start or end bubble further along a visual audio waveform. Couldn't be easier.

The hard burning of subtitles does not work in my version. If you'd prefer to soft add your subtitles (generally better for an Apple audience or those with current computers and AV players), it's not part of SEP.

To add soft subtitles, these same guys also have Subtitle Writer. An additional $5 to $10 and it looks really awkward. Fortunately there's a much better freeware program. The best application to mux soft subtitles is Subler which has existed for many years. Previous versions even run on old versions of OS X. I don't have a recommendation for hard coding subtitles yet.

If money is an issue, some of my colleagues have developed a method of using YouTube to create subtitled video. 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

While free and a good subtitle creation tool, YouTube's subtitler is not as flexible as SEP though, especially if you delete the videos (it would mean reuploading everything to revise). And anything on YouTube belongs to US security agencies so SEP might work better for you, as it does for me.
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Version 4.0.2
WordWeaver
11 September 2017
I visited the developer's website at http://www.finalsub.com/sep.html in order to learn more about this app. There is a helpful tutorial video there which briefly explains the app's basic operations.

While the tutorial video is great, before investing $30.00 in this app, most people will want to actually try it out for themselves, in order to determine if it truly meets their needs, before parting with their money.

While I found a link for a trial version on the "Question and Answer" page of the site, once I downloaded it, I discovered that the app was version 3.4.1 -- not the latest 3.5.1 -- and an on-screen dialog informed me that it was already expired. So it was just a waste of my time.

I encourage the developer -- bin liu/Somac -- to provide end users with a fully-working, uncrippled demo of this app, so we can properly evaluate the app before committing to an App Store purchase.

Thank you.
Like (1)
Version 3.5.1