It’s been quite a while since I wrote about Subtitles and subtitle management software. Submagic is a FREE Windows software that can be used to edit subtitles. By editing I mean, create, edit, convert, translate and even synchronize the subtitles. All these features are accessible as tabbed panes. You can append or split the subtitles as well. Subtitles can be imported in various formats including the popular srt and sub.

Also read: Embed Subtitles into Movie Files with DivXLand Media Subtitler

Submagic comes with a very extensive error fixing feature that can fix more than 20 common problems and errors of subtitles including the correction of ocr errors, removal of line separators or the fixing of quotes. Several fixes contain multiple choices that the user can chose from. Just open a subtitle, then find and replace text and to insert, add, delete or split them. The final tab in the editing process is the synchronize tab which can be just to fine-tune the display of the lines in the movie.


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Once you edit the subtitle, you can test / preview it by playing the movie in “Play movie” tab. You can insert or delete lines directly or stretch/compress the lines to synchronize perfectly with the movie. Submagic comes with “Movie Converter” feature which can be used to convert movies from NTSC format to PAL and vice verse. Minor options like font size, screen format, colors etc can be chosen as well.

Related read: Easiest and the Best Way to Add Subtitles To Movies

Submagic is truly an all-in-one Subtitle editor. Only thing which it lacks is the subtitle downloader. But for now you have multiple options for that (like SubDownloader)


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5 thoughts on “Download Submagic – The All-in-One Subtitle Editor

  1. Hi Raju,

    You are really great! And posted a great article too. I do not know about Submagic which it is a Windows software that can be used to edit subtitles. Thanks for sharing this.

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