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Can be done?

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Hi all,

I have a .srt file like this:

1

00:02:14,080 --> 00:02:15,115

Stop!

2

00:02:16,000 --> 00:02:17,433

Wait.

3

00:02:22,800 --> 00:02:26,713

Go.

Since the subtitles are not synchronized with the audio I would want to add to each line line 3,5 seconds to obtain this:

1

00:02:17,580 --> 00:02:18,615

Stop!

2

00:02:19,500 --> 00:02:20,933

Wait.

3

00:02:26,300 --> 00:02:30,213

Go.

Can be done whit an Autoit script?

And if yes what functions can help me?

Suggestions are welcome

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

To answer in the same manner as you have asked your initial question.

Can it be done?

It probably can!

EDIT:

Now that I have read the question the answer is:

Yes, it can be done. And it is so simple that you can do it yourself.

Take a look at FileRead, StringSplit, FileWrite in the help file.

Edited by Uten

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or...

use a program to resync the subtitles... subtitleworkshop or time adjuster comes to mind.


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