Lesson 4: export to subtitles format.
lesson, you'll export a finished subtitles track to a subtitles format file.
Please read Lesson 3: create subtitle and
finish a subtitles track with subtitles.
Run the program then follow these steps:
the subtitles track then go to File>Export.
export window will show up, in the first step of this window, select
the subtitles track you want to export then click next. In this picture,
we have one track available.
the step 2 of the export window, select the subtitles format you want to
export subtitles as then click next. In this lesson, we chose SubRip
If the subtitles format you chose have options, it's optional to change
the step 3, chose the encoding you want to save the file with. This is the
most important step, wrong encoding means corrupted file. Use the button
"Auto detect encoding" to detect the encoding but this may choose
a wrong one. However, in this lesson we chose the Unicode
encoding. Select the encoding then click next.
step 4, click preview to see the exported file line (the file
will not be saved yet). If you see unreadable letters, then the
encoding you chosen is wrong, repeat step 4 to choose another encoding. Repeat
step 4-5 until you chose the right encoding.
Click browse button to change the format file path. If your project has a
media, then this path will be automatically signed to locate the format
file next to the media one with the same name for view purpose.
export to save the file.
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