MediaDict provides subtitle editing

You can create your own dictation by adjusting the timing of syncs and adding / modifying sentences.

Subtitle is a bundle of items consisting of three elements: Text, Begin at, and End at.

Modifying subtitles in Dictation

You can edit subtitles directly from the dictation. Select the Subtitle Text, Sync Timing menu in the EDIT section

Subtitle Editor
The i button on the right side of an Item is for Item Text
'Begin at' at the bottom left is for appearing moment.
'End at' at the bottom right is for disappearing moment.

The i button on the right side of the item text is a button for modifying information about the item text.
Add New Item: Add a new item to the next location.
Merge with Next Item: Combine with the next item. Two Dictation sentences are combined into one Dictation sentence.

Begin at Menu, There are two additional menus with 'Begin at' Only.

'Begin at' and 'End at': Adjust 'End at' as much as the changed value of 'Begin at'.
'Begin at' 'End at' and Next All Items: Adjust 'End at' and Next All Items as much as the changed value of 'Begin at'.

If the sync timing is shifted from a specific time, this is a function to correct all items by adjusting only one item

End at Menu, There is additional menu with 'End at' Only

'End at' and Next All Items: Next All Items as much as the changed value of 'End at'.

If the sync timing is shifted from a specific time, this is a function to correct all items by adjusting only one item

Click the Save button in the upper right corner to save the modification.

Dictation records will be reset if any text is merged or changed.

Create your own subtitles with Subtitle Maker

Open the Subtitle Editor through the fifth Subtitle Maker menu in the MY FILES section of the left menu

Click the Select Media button to open the media content

You can open the initial subtitles if you want.

If you didn't open the initial subtitle, only the button to add items is shown.

Click the Save button (the top right corner) and it will be saved in Documents. (Saved in SRT format)

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