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recently i downloaded subtitles for a movie but of course they were not synchronised (they appeared aproximately 50 secs later than they should), so i used the option "Manual Correction" at the submenu "Subtitles Ptions" and i wrote a positive value of 50secs and i pressed OK but unfortunately nothing happened. Maybe I should have saved my changes somehow? Please Help ME........
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I think you should try - (minus) 50 secs, not +. And save the subtile file afterwards and reopen, to be sure.
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From where should i save the subtitle file?
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Sorry, I wasn't paying enough atention. I did have the impresion you have Pro version and adjusted subtitles from the subtitle editor. Now I see that you used manual corection. Sorry, my mistake. Can I recommend you a program for adjusting subtitles ?
You can also use ctrl+arrows (left right) to adjust subtile timing.
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ok, i worked it out with ctrl+left and ctrl+right, thanx buddy u pwn asses
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In fact item (9) of my Help2Help-post (a.k.a. "READ THIS FIRST BEFORE POSTING") covers your question about subtitles, so the answer was already right there, even before you posted your question!
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