Subtitling and dubbing tools
for linguistic professionals

Designed and built for mac computers.

Subtitle Editor

Transcribe, edit, translate and synchronize your subtitles and/or captions side to side with QT videos (.mov, .mpg and mp4). Import STL EBU, TXT, EXL and SRT files, and export to TXT, SRT and EXL formats. "Subtitle Editor" supports professional frame rates, italics, partial italics, raiseds and forceds. You can also export EXL files to a wide variety of formats using our Subtitle converters.

Dubbing Editor

Work faster. Take an exl subtitle file as your starting point, synchronize on the fly, merge and split loops and work side to side with QT videos (mov, mpg and mp4). Control your video without leaving your text area. Preview your text over video and generate reports and scripts for the dubbing studio.

Export your subtitles to FCPXML

Play them in FCP X and export them with Compressor

Export your Subtitle files to a wide variety of formats

Converters for SCC (closed captions), STL EBU and text based formats

Subtitles to SCC lets you to generate centered pop up closed captions with white regular, italics or partial italics styles, and control top and bottom vertical positions directly from your subtitle files. The Subtitles to SCC supports the STL EBU, EXL, TXT and Softni's SUB formats. SCC is the standard for professional closed caption distribution.

Subtitles to STL EBU lets you convert your exl, srt, txt and rtf subtitles to STL EBU and vice versa. This version supports the Latin Alphabet only. You can also read and write metadata, set up forceds, italics, partial italics and raiseds over two vertical positions (top and bottom). STL EBU is the world wide standard for professional subtitles distribution.

Subtitles to Text-based formats lets you convert, reformat and report information from text-based subtitles using the exl format as an intermediate. Convert to and from STL Scenarists, STL DVD SP, SRT and DCP subtitle formats, among others. Reformat DF to NDF and vice versa, offset times, convert frame rates, add interleave, change maximum line widths and report maximum and minimum reading speeds. Report sequence errors, among other important flags.