Firstly, thanks for great webinar/subtitling plugin demo. Looks like a really useful tool.
Following the Wiki instructions, clicking the 'Additional installed File Types exist' isn't possible as it doesn't show despite them being installed.
Also, if I open a new file to translate and click on Subtitling preview the box is blank instead of being able to upload a video link...
Am I missing something?
Thanks for your help
Thanks for the call yesterday Miranda Sambidge
Just confirming that the problem is solved:
Regarding the last point, very silly question, how does the subtitling plugin when I click on it in View that the video I am going to browse in the plugin screen that it is about to open it is not supported ?
I just tried for first time the subtitling plugin, opened a Word file with the subtitles, clicked on the subtitling plugin and I get a blank screen, so I cannot browse for any file.
Many thanks to clarify.
Hi Gemma Eastabrook-Bonet
You can't use Word for this! The plugin actually uses the time codes for verification and making sure that you have controls over the length and number of lines in your target translation. Give Word files could have the subtitles written in any format whatsoever we do not support this. You need the proper subtitling file... in case SRT, webVTT, ASS, STL or SBV.
The next release of the plugin will be supporting a lot more including the ability to edit the timecodes and also work in frames. So you need to have the proper filetype, not a copy/paste into Word.
If you send me your Word file I might be able to help you with making sure the file is in the correct subtitle format for you to use in Studio and then you can copy paste it back into Word when you're done.
Thank you for getting back to me so quickly. I have actually requested a compatible file type so will try again next week with a supported format. I will let you know if any issues then.
Great... thanks Gemma Eastabrook-Bonet