Translate subtitles automatically tutorial. I’m going to explain to you how to automatically create subtitles with Subtitle Edit. You do need English subtitles for this. Or an another foreign subtitles. These English subtitles can often be found. Or it is already present in your movie file. If the subtitles are not yet available, see Subtitles website overview.
Automatic translation takes quite some time.
Download and install subtitle edit
You can download the latest version fromhttps://github.com/SubtitleEdit/subtitleedit/releases
Choose the top version with Setup.zip
Open the zip file. And then choose the Setup.exe
Select your laungage and then OK.
Check the box I accept the license agreement. And then Next.
Again on Next.
Check the box Link srt files to subtitle edit.
The Subtitle Edit program is now installed on your computer.
Remove the deaf and hard of hearing in the subtitles
With English subtitling, it often happens that there are lines of text for the deaf and hard of hearing. Like, for example. Pete opens the door that creaks.
We obviously want these lines to be removed before it is translated. Because translation takes quite some time. Even if you translate it automatically.
Click File and then Open. Look up the English SRT file. You can download it from well-known websites. See download srt files.
Then go to Tools. And choose Remove text for hearing impaired…
If something is found Click Apply and then OK.
In my case nothing is found.
Automatically translate subtitles with Google Translate
Now we can automatically translate the subtitles.
At the top of the menu, click Auto Translate. And then on again Auto Translate.
Check whether From is set to English and To is set to your foreign language.
Press on Translate. This may take some time. Before the translation is done. It seems like the program crashes. But this is not the case. You have to have patience.
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