The script editor allows to modify subtitle documents without having to import them. Currently it can only modify timecodes.
It can automatically detect timecodes in the opened document. Once detected, they can be modified.
Specifies the type of editor to use. The available options may vary depending of installed plug-ins.
Allows to modify text files.
Allows to modify Excel documents.
Specifies the kind of text to work with.
Allows to work with plain text files.
Allows to work with XML formatted text files.
Allows to work with SAMI text files.
Loads a text into the editor, and parses it.
Pastes the clipboard text into the editor, and parses it.
Restored and re-parses the text.
Copies the text to the clipboard.
Saves the text to a text file.
Microsoft Excel editor
This editor allows to modify Excel documents. It read a group of cells, modify them, and past them in a new location.
Excel must be running.
Specifies the Excel worksheet to work with.
Refreshes the list of worksheets.
Specifies the range of cells to modify.
Specifies the new start location for the modified cells.
The times panel allows to modify timecodes in the current opened document.
Specifies the timecode format and frame rate of the original times.
Specifies the timecode format and frame rate the times will be converted to.
Specifies an offset for the times.
If enabled, the times will be multiplied by the right factor.
This option is visible only when the from/to frame rates are different.
Applies the time modifications to the detected timecodes.