Txt2Sup - Features


Supported Input subtitles :
Supported Subtitle Examples : Non Supported Subtitle Examples :
Txt(Microdvd format up to two subtitles per line).

{1}{1}25.000
{1215}{1315}Hi There !
{2053}{2091}Still Here ?| -Yes !.
{2215}{2315}Welcome home !
...
No srt with color tags

1
00:03:05,042 --> 00:03:07,520
<font color="#ffffff">Hi !</font>

2
00:03:07,881 --> 00:03:12,557
<font color="#ffffff">E?</font>
<font color="#ffffff">-Yes!</font>
...
Srt(Subrip format up to two subtitles per line).

1
00:02:36,280 --> 00:02:39,556
Hi There !

2
00:02:43,800 --> 00:02:45,233
Still Here ?
-Yes !.
...
No srt with three or more subtitles per line.

1
00:02:36,280 --> 00:02:39,556
Hi There !

2
00:02:43,800 --> 00:02:45,233
Still Here ?
-Yes !.
-Well bye !!!
...
Yes srt with special tags.

1
00:02:36,280 --> 00:02:39,556
Hi <U>There</U> !

2
00:02:43,800 --> 00:02:45,233
Still <B>There</B> !
<I>Yes</I> !.
...
Srt with coordinates.

1
00:03:05,042 --> 00:03:07,520 X1:000 X2:000 Y1:000 Y2:000
Hi There !

2
00:03:07,881 --> 00:03:12,557 X1:000 X2:000 Y1:000 Y2:000
Still Here ?
-Yes !
...

*The tags <B>,<I>,<U> are simply ignored by the render motor of Txt2Sup.
** The coordinates of the srt are simply ignored. (The placement of the subtitles is defined by offest,offsetor,align)

Txt2Sup from the version 42.11 supports unicode.
Generally multilanguage text files can be :

ANSI (Txt2Sup supports them under Windows)
UNICODE - UTF8 (Txt2Sup does NOT support them)
UNICODE - UTF8 with BOM (Txt2Sup supports them under Windows and Linux).

For more informations see the official documentation page
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