Subtitle Edit Pro Question and Answer

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Subtitle Edit Pro 4.0 is available today and it fixed a big bug that mess up the subtitles. Please go update it as soon as possible. Sorry for the inconvenience caused. 10AM GMT+8 Sep 11, 2017

1. .sep project file can be open in TextEdit or other text apps. When anything weird happens, open the .sep project file in any textedit app, then copy all timecode and subtitles and paste them to a new .sep project. You won’t lose any of your work.
2. If Subtitle Edit Pro cannot open your SRT file, there might be some problems going with the SRT file itself. Please refer to the SRT part of this post: PremiereSRT Question and Answer.
3. Report bug:

4. Subtitle Edit Pro Short Cut List

  • Video Playback Control
    Tab—Play or Pause video
    Command+K—Play or Pause video
    Command+J—Step backward video for specific frames
    Command+L—Step forward video for specific frames
  • Textview
    Insert Timecode: F6(fn+F6 on laptop) or Command+,
    Insert Line Break: Command+enter(same shortcut in Waveform Textview editing)
    Split Subtitle: Option+enter(move the cursor to the text position where you want to split)
  • Delete timecode only: Command+delete(Select a group of timecode and text)
  • Timecode Manipulation
    Mouse click on timecode—Highlight and Select Timecode
    Left Arrow Key—Move timecode backward specific frames
    Right Arrow Key—Move timecode forward specific frames
    Up Arrow Key—Jump to previous timecode
    Down Arrow Key—Jump to next timecode
  • Waveform Mouse Operation
    Double click—Play video
    Single click—Pause video
    Double click on Subtitle Block—Edit Subtitle Text
    Scroll on Mac Magic Mouse or Trackpad— Move Waveform Forward or Backward
    Option+PC Mouse Left Key—Move Waveform Forward or Backward
  • Waveform Shortcut:
    Command+ +: zoom in waveform horizontally
    Command+ -: zoom out waveform horizontally
    Option+ +: zoom in waveform vertically
    Option+ -: zoom out waveform vertically
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