Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
azangru

For the first time, I added subtitles to a video — and I have to say, this online subtitles editor is fantastic. I’ve been looking for an editor for Linux, for which there are several options but none of them particularly good; and then I thought, I wonder if the web platform is mature enough to build a subtitles editor; perhaps I could try building one; might be interesting. And then I thought, perhaps someone already built one. And sure enough, someone already did.

Apparently, this is an editor built by the team behind Blender. It’s very slick. And probably better than the native Linux alternatives.
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