This software edits the way dialogues in subtitles are presented. When lines from two characters are shown at the same time, the first and the second line should begin with a hyphen. This is not always the case; sometimes the first hyphen is omitted, particularly in subtitles created by laymen or translated from another language.
SubDialog can fix this by inserting a second hyphen where needed. It is actually a two-way converter so if you prefer the dialogues with only one hyphen (in the second line), it can be done as well.
For the application to run, the Microsoft .Net Framework must be present on the computer. Usually it is already there, since many newer applications install it silently, e.g. the ATI drivers.
Input Files: SUB
Output Files: SUB
Windows Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows 2003/Windows Vista
- Release Date: Jun 27, 2007
- Added: Support for subtitles with tags.