Pedro Castro – The author and maintainer of Gnome Subtitles – has announced the immediate availability of Gnome Subtitles 1.0. Gnome Subtitles is a subtitle editor for the GNOME desktop. It supports the most common text-based subtitle formats and allows for subtitle editing, conversion and synchronization.
This release is the result of all development effort carried on till now, into a stable release. Besides the stabilization effort, this release delivers the following features:
- Added drag-and-drop support for loading subtitle and video files
- Allow to set new options in the preferences:
- Whether to save the translation when saving subtitles
- Default and fallback character codings for opening files
- Default subtitle format, character coding and newline type for saving files
- Allow to remember the last used settings
- Fixed a timings synchronization issue when „Sync All Subtitles“ was used
- Activating (double-clicking) a sync point in the synchronization dialog now selects the corresponding subtitle and seeks the video to its position. „
For more information about Gnome Subtitles 1.0, you can read the announcement. Gnome Subtitles is targeted to the GNU/Linux Operating System and released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). You can download the Gnome Subtitles 1.0 from here.