The Subrip subtitle format takes its origin from the program of the same name. Subrip is a program to rip and convert DVD subtitles in a text format through an OCR process.
As it's a text based format, you can open and edit it, not only with VSS, but with any text editor.
Here is a sample of the format:
00:00:12,000 --> 00:00:15,123
This is the first subtitle
00:00:16,000 --> 00:00:18,000
Another subtitle demonstrating tags:
<b>bold</b>, <i>italic</i>, <u>underlined</u>
<font color="#ff0000">red text</font>
00:00:20,000 --> 00:00:22,000 X1:40 X2:600 Y1:20 Y2:50
Another subtitle demonstrating position.
We have 3 subtitles defined above. Each subtitle definition has 3 part:
First line is the subtitle index, it's just a sequential number.
Second line is the start and stop time, it can optionally include subtitle coordinates in pixels as a bounding box (X1:left X2:right Y1:top Y2:bottom).
The third line is the subtitle text (one or more lines, with optional tags)
Each subtitle is separated by a blank line.
The start and stop time have this format: HH:MM:SS,MIL (hours, minutes, seconds, milliseconds)
The available official tags are:
<b></b> : bold
<i></i> : italic
<u></u> : underline
<font color=”#rrggbb”></font> : text color using 3 color components, red, green and blue.
Note that VisualSubsync doesn't support subtitle coordinates.
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