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27 Mar, 2012 01:44 AM
1.Download a SRT of English version.
2.Open it by Notepad on Windows XP.
3.Translate ONLY the TEXT to another language without making any
changes on time stamps.
4.Upload the translated SRT back as appropriate language
5.Download the SRT of translated version again.
Original Time After Uploading
... 00:00:38,010 00:00:38,000
... It seems that all time stamps have been multiplied by 0.1 and
Although it's hard to tell ,002 from ,000, but on subtitle pages of
individual language version where the time stamps have been rounded
to seconds, the problem comes out much obviously.
Looking forward to hear from you~
The zip archive attached contains two SRTs.
An English version downloaded.
And the Chinese version downloaded after uploading.
on 27 Mar, 2012 01:48 AM
Sorry, I just closed it by accident...
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