Req Set Subtitle Frame Rate
#46
(2019-04-23, 03:56)oeb201 Wrote:
(2017-07-15, 14:13)Longtime Collector Wrote: Sorry it occurred to me there might be an easy solution. Just have an expand-contract bar underneath the delay-advance bar. The math behind the bar that changes the timings might be a bit tricky, but the approach would be applicable for all subtitle types (.srt, .sub, .ssa) and you wouldn't have to know anything about framerates.

That would actually be quite elegant; in the offset window have a second bar which converts from 23.976 <> 25; so you'd have:

Offset: [-60] -------------------- [0] -------------------- [+60]
Adj fps: [25 to 23.976]     -     [0]     -     [23.976 to 25]

(You could have all the other increments in there too but I suspect most sync issues involve just 23.976 and 25fps). 
That would be awesome!
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#47
Here's a tool, which will make the process a litte easier:

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https://www.videohelp.com/software/Subti...te-changer

https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/173fb.../detection

Its old but still working.
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#48
Also have problem with this. But where can I find the framerate of the video? Is it available in Kodi?
So I at least can change the subtitle files outside of Kodi.
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#49
(2019-08-27, 20:02)raptorjr Wrote: Also have problem with this. But where can I find the framerate of the video? Is it available in Kodi?
So I at least can change the subtitle files outside of Kodi.
In Kodi use the "C" Key or on your PC/MAC use VLC > Tools > Codec Information.
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