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In balticuniverse.com to ad subtitles to your video the .srt file format is supported. SRT file can be created on majority of subtitle editors. Some of them are open source under a liberal (GNU) public license. I will introduce with one of them – Jubler.
Jubler is tool to edit text-based subtitles or as a tool to convert, transform, correct existing subtitles. Program runs under Linux, Windows XP and Mac OS X operating systems. You can download the installation file from http://www.jubler.org download section.
To have Jubler working correctly you PC should have Java, ffmpg component installed and accompanying Mplayer software to play reference video. Please follow installation guidelines carefully! After installing and running the program Jubler interface opens.
Click on the “New” button located on the top left of the menu bar.
Proceed by opening your video file by clicking on the Enable Preview button.
The Select Video window opens. Click on the Browse button adjacent to the “Use the following video file” field.
Select the movie clip for which you want to add subtitles and click Open.
You will now see a preview of the video file and the waveform of the soundtrack.
Newly created subtitle document has first empty line active represented as blue selection on the timeline and set default duration. Blue selection should be dragged to place where subtitles should start.
With Jubler you can approach subtitling in several ways. With video console you can create subtitles on flay in a quick manner. I would prefer subtitling based on prepared translation. Open translated document on a bottom of the screen and subtitling can begin.
Copy and paste your first subtitle text in black portion of the interface.
When it is done and the subtitle in and out points are positioned with sliding its beginning and end to desirable waveform position can proceed to adding other titles before or after the current one. To do so, go to Edit->Insert->Before/After or interface icon “” to add a subtitle right after the one you created.
Notice that the previous subtitle turns green, while the new subtitle is blue. Adjust the position and the duration of the new subtitle in a similar fashion as explained above. You will have to repeat this process every time you want text to appear on the screen.
After adding these subtitles you can make sure they start and end at the right time by looking at the video preview located near the top left region of the interface.
When you are done editing all your subtitles, you should save your work SRT file format by going to File->Save As and selecting .srt format from the Format drop down menu. Type a name for your subtitle in the “Save As:” box and click Save.